Wednesday Night was actually a day of history and career fulfilment for Peter Crouch -- scoring his 100th premier league goal, as well as Manchester City recruit Gabriel Jesus scoring his first ever premier league goal.

Westham United 0 - 4 Manchester City

It was a night of goal galore for the Citizens at the London stadium as Manchester City disgraced Westham United in front of their home crowd. Kelvin de Bruyne scored the first goal of the encounter through an assist from new arrival Gabriel Jesus, City later took advantage of the Hammer's poor defending as David Silva doubled the lead for the visitors.

Guardiola's men continued their superlative dominance on the field. The goals kept coming in when Gabriel Jesus scored his first ever goal in English football, putting the visitors in a comfortable lead during the first half. After the first break, Raheem Sterling was tripped in the Hammers box by Jose Fonte as Yaya Toure wasted no time converting the spot kick. With this vital away win, City maintained their 5th spot with 46 points apiece -- with Liverpool 4th on the log but superior in goal difference.

Stoke city 1 - 1 Everton

It was an wonderful atmosphere at the Bet365 stadium as Stoke City continued their unbeaten form. The opener came in the 7' as Peter Crouch scored his 100th Premier league goal -- giving the Potters the early lead.

In the 39,' Potters defender Ryan Shawcross put the ball in his own net thanks to a Seamus Coleman's cross as Everton Drew level. The second half saw both teams settling for a draw. Peter Crouch's goal in the game made him the 26th player to reach 100 goals in the EPL.

Manchester United 0 - 0 Hull City

Last night's clash at the Old Trafford saw Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Juan Mata, and Paul Pogba unable to put the ball in the back of the net as hull city goalie Eldin Jakupovic made fantastic saves to deny them.

In the 86' Hull City debutant Lazar Markovic came close to scoring his first goal for the club, but hit the ball on the post, as the game ended in a draw. This result for Mourinho's tutored Man United leaves them with four points adrift of the Champions League spot behind rival Manchester City.