Moments of the Premier League - Season 2015-16

  • A series of illustrations highlighting some of the key moments I liked from each week of the Premier League season 2015-16.
  • A shrewd signing 
    Andre Ayew scored on his first Premier League start for Swansea by stabbing a close-range equaliser against Chelsea.
  • Nearly taken off
    Philippe Coutinho was nearly taken off before taking a stunning long-range strike that gave Liverpool a late victory over Stoke on the opening weekend.
  • Exquisite Volley
    Olivier Giroud of Arsenal scored the opening goal vs Crystal Palace by executing an fabulous scissor-kick.
  • Show Stealer
    Bournemouth earned their first ever top-flight win as Callum Wilson's hat-trick downed West Ham in a dramatic encounter.
  • Black Panther
    Swansea stun Manchester United with Bafetimbi Gomis winner.
  • Super Sub
    Steven Naismith came off the bench to score a perfect hat-trick for Everton against Chelsea.
  • Sensational Debut
    Manchester United's £36m teenager Anthony Martial marked his debut in sensational fashion with a stunning goal as Liverpool were beaten at Old Trafford.
  • Hothead Costa
    Chelsea won over nine men Arsenal, while Diego Costa escaped red card after pushing Arsenal defender Koscielny in the face.
  • Superb Comeback
    Romelu Lukaku scored twice as he helps Everton come from two goals down to win against West Brom.
  • A Five Star Performance
    Sergio Aguero smashes five goals in just 20 minutes as Manchester City demolished Newcastle United.
  • Dutch Magic
    Georginio Wijnaldum scored four goals as Newcastle trounced Norwich for their first Premier League win of the season.
  • Ayew Brothers
    Andre Ayew steals spotlight away from brother Jordan Ayew with winner as Swansea beat Aston Villa.
  • Back in Form
    Harry Kane returned to goalscoring form with a hat-trick as Tottenham came from behind to thrash Bournemouth.
  • Jumping in Joy
    Jurgen Klopp secured a hugely impressive first Premier League win by defeating Chelsea since taking charge at Liverpool.
  • Impressive Hat-trick
    Arouna Kone scored a first Everton hat-trick as his side thrashed Sunderland.
  • Superbly Executed
    Chelsea suffer seventh Premier League defeat as Marko Arnautović scored a superbly executed acrobatic volley for Stoke City.
     
  • Dazzling Performance
    Liverpool tore Manchester City apart with a dazzling performance.
     
  • Record Breaker
    Jamie Vardy of Leicester City scored against Manchester United to become the first Premier League player to score in 11 consecutive appearances.
  • Taking Centre Stage
    Riyad Mahrez's hat-trick propelled Leicester to the top of the Premier League as they beat Swansea.
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    Olimpico
    Junior Stanislas scored a direct goal from the corner kick (called an 'Olimpico' in Spain) as Bournemouth defeats Man Utd.
  • Stoppage Time Finish
    Substitute Ayoze Pérez scored three minutes into stoppage time as Newcastle came from behind to beat Tottenham.
  • The Attacking Threat
    Odion Ighalo of Watford scored a brace against Liverpool to continue their remarkable rise with a fourth consecutive Premier League win.
     
  • A Sublime Finish
    Marko Arnautović produced a sublime finish from outside the penalty box as Stoke City condemned Manchester United to a fourth straight defeat.
  • Brace
    Shane Long grabbed two goals as his side Southampton thrashed Arsenal on Boxing Day.
  • Wonder Goal
    Xherdan Shaqiri scored one of the goals of the season as Stoke earned a thrilling win against Everton.
  • Deft Flick
    Wayne Rooney's brilliant instinctive winner beat Swansea as Manchester United ended a run of eight games without a win.
  • Late Strike
    Joe Allen's late equaliser gave Liverpool a deserved point against Arsenal.
  • Controversial Equaliser
    John Terry scored a controversial 98th-minute equaliser to earn Chelsea a point in a thriller against Everton.
  • Stoppage Time Strike
    Adam Lallana's injury-time strike saw Liverpool edged a nine-goal thriller at Norwich in one of the most dramatic Premier League games of the season.
  • Stunner
    Jamie Vardy scored twice including a stunning goal as Leicester beat Liverpool to stay three points clear at the top of the Premier League.
  • Valuable Brace
    Robert Huth scored twice as Premier League leaders Leicester stunned nearest rival Manchester City with a convincing victory to move five points clear.
  • Injury-time Winner
    Danny Welbeck threw the Premier League title race wide open when he scored a dramatic winner with only seconds left as Arsenal beat leaders Leicester City.
     
  • A Special Talent
    Teenager Marcus Rashford scored twice and set up the third as Manchester United derailed Arsenal's Premier League title challenge at Old Trafford.
  • Late Leveller
    Fabio Borini struck a stunning late leveller against Crystal Palace to lift Sunderland out of the bottom three.
  • Stoppage Time Winner
    Dimitri Payet's 90th-minute winner completed a stunning late West Ham comeback against 10-man Everton to maintain their top-four challenge.
  • Closing Gaps
    Tottenham closed the gap on leaders Leicester to two points after Harry Kane scored two goals in three minutes to sink Aston Villa.
  • Magnificent Mané
    Sadio Mané scored a brace as Southampton snatched a dramatical victory against Liverpool.
  • Last Minute Heart Break
    Martin Olsson fired in a stoppage-time winner as Norwich dealt a huge blow to Newcastle's hopes of survival.
  • Hat-Trick Hero
    Andy Carroll's hat-trick dealt another blow to Arsenal's already slim Premier League title hopes, despite the Gunners fighting back to draw at West Ham.
  • Red-Hot Aguero
    A Sergio Aguero hat-trick moved Manchester City closer to secure Champions League football next season with a victory at 10-man Chelsea.
  • From Zero to Hero
    Tottenham's title ambitions were hit by a severe blow as West Brom's Craig Dawson's cancelled out his own goal with a second-half header, which puts Leicester one win from the title.
  • Thrashed Dream
    Eden Hazard scored a brilliant goal for Chelsea as Tottenham squandered a two-goal lead to draw against them, which made Leicester City crowned champions of England for the first time in their history.
  • Farewell Boleyn
    West Ham United marked their departure from Upton Park after 112 years with a thrilling victory against Manchester United.
  • Champions
    After narrowly avoiding relegation the previous season, Leicester City won the league for the first time in their 132-year history, becoming the 24th club to become English football champions, and the sixth club to win the Premier League.