Haaland and City roll on Forest, Arsenal does not stop, Liverpool revives

Haaland and City roll on Forest, Arsenal does not stop, Liverpool revives

This Wednesday night, the 5me The day of the Premier League continued with its marathon, marked by Erling Haaland’s hat-trick against Nottingham Forest, Arsenal’s resounding victory against Aston Villa and Liverpool’s weak victory against Newcastle.

Bournemouth 0-0 Wolverhampton

The duel out of place between Bournemouth (16me) and Wolverhampton (18me) just gave birth to a sad zero and a blank result. It is not for not having tried, however, as Raúl Jiménez, who managed to place a header slightly above, in a corner from Pedro Neto (36me) or Philip Billing’s elusive center for the cherriesin the arms of José Sa (46me). real situations, especially for Wolvesannihilated by Lloyd Kelly’s excellent save on his line, offsetting the recovery of Daniel Podence (80me), then due to lack of precision, like Jiménez, by not framing his head (88me). Only positive point of the evening: Bournemouth’s goal average is breathed.

Manchester City 6-0 Nottingham Forest

Goals: Haaland (12me23me38me), I cancel (50me) and Alvarez (66me87me) for citizens

This Wednesday night, the Sheriff of Nottingham was Norwegian. Author of a hat-trick, Erling Braut Haaland led Manchester City against Forest. The giant started his party after a quarter of an hour of play, placing his size 47 crampons in front of Joe Worrall, to extend the center of Phil Foden (1-0, 12me). A duo that attacked again ten minutes later, after a confusing action, seeing Foden tripping over Dean Henderson face to face and Haaland pushing the leather to the bottom. (2-0, 23me). Goals every quarter, and a hat-trick shortly before the break. João Cancelo’s outside right allowed Foden to head towards John Stones, in turn saving Haaland, forgotten at the far post (3-0, 38me). Cancelo is active and not to be left behind, he came to join the party, coming back from the locker room, with a missile at the entrance to the surface, on a serve by Bernardo Silva (4-0, 50me). Finally, timid, but damn useful, Julián Álvarez also went there with his feats, a cross between the legs of Henderson and helped by Riyad Mahrez’s beautiful deflection. (5-0, 66me)after a portfolio to the penalty spot (6-0, 87me). The duel Pep Guardiola-Mikel Arteta is visibly launched.

Arsenal 2-1 Aston Villa

Goals: Gabriel Jesus (30me) and Martinelli (77me) for the Gunners // Douglas Luiz (74me) for villains

On their own ground, Arsenal has known how to get out of the trap set by the villains by Steven Gerard. First with the essential Gabriel Jesus, on the rebound of a soft shot by Gabriel Martinelli, repelled by Emiliano Martínez (1-0, 30me). The Argentine goalkeeper is despite everything heroic in a volley from Martinelli himself, coming off a firm touch (45me+2). Masters of their subject for an hour, Londoners are surprised by an inoffensive action. From a direct corner, Douglas Luiz fools Aaron Ramsdale, glued to the line of him, collision foul signed by Boubacar Kamara (1-1, 74me). Finally, the clearance came from one of the men of the game, Martinelli, with a volley misjudged by Martínez, after a nice cross from Bukayo Saka. (2-1, 77me). Undisputed leader.

West Ham 1-1 Tottenham

Goals: Soucek (55me) by the Hammers // Kehrer (34meCSC) for the Spurs

For one of the first London Derbys of the season, West Ham and Tottenham failed to make a difference. And these are the Spurs who hit from the start, in a rush exceptional Dejan Kulusevski, moving Harry Kane into the box and whose back pass to Son Heung-min pushed Thilo Kehrer into the foul, with a difficult tackle to control (0-1, 34me). Still recovering hammers will have reacted a few moments after the break, through Tomáš Souček, with a cross volley, ideally offered by Michail Antonio’s subtle pass (1-1, 55me). Operation always useful for West Ham. Not for Tottenham, slowed down in their dynamic of two consecutive victories.

Liverpool-Newcastle 2-1

Goals: Firmino (66me) and Carvalho (90me+8) for the Reds // Isak (38me) for magpies

What better than Anfield to introduce yourself to England? Barely released, Alexander Isak’s debut with the magpies They were good, the Swede opened the scoring half an hour into the game, sent a laser pass from Sean Longstaff into orbit and concluded with a resounding shot, unstoppable for Alisson Becker (0-1, 38me). Forced to return Reds picks up the pace in the last 45 minutes, awarded for the school action of Mohamed Salah at the service of Roberto Firmino (1-1, 66me). Executives who appear intermittently and finally replaced by the young Fábio Carvalho, whose great volley, at the end of the end, delivered his own (2-1, 90me+8). Lipstick, for Jürgen Klopp. Liverpool enters the top 5.

  • Premier League results and standings

    By Adel Bentaha

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