On Sunday afternoon, three Premier League matches kicked off simultaneously at 3pm. Arsenal faced Watford, Everton faced Tottenham and Leeds played at Island Road from Leicester.
Arsenal London – Watford
The first half of the match Emirates Stadium It started off interestingly. Already in the seventh minute of the match, he directed the ball into the net Bukayo SakaWhich benefited from a technical error from one of his teammates. The joy of Arsenal players did not last long, as referee Kevin Friend, after consulting with the VAR, could not withstand this blow due to offside. Mikel Arteta’s accusation got another chance to take the lead when Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang He went to the penalty kick, but he stopped it brilliantly Ben Foster.
After the break, Arsenal were still the most active side and prevailed, but they had to wait until the 56th minute for a goal. Then Ben White He bravely joined the action, and the ball hit his feet in full happiness Emil Smith is awesomeWhich opened the outcome of the meeting with a beautiful bullet. The blow caused a lot of controversy, with a Watford player fouled moments before, but the referee did not return to it. At the end of the quarter it should be 2:0 for Arsenal, but they messed everything up Aubameyang. He was shooting on goal Martin Odegaard, and the ball had already passed the goalkeeper and headed towards the net, when the Gabonese kicked a shot from the Norwegian. But Aubameyang was offside, so it was still only 1-0. Arsenal managed to maintain a positive result until the end and scored three more points.
Arsenal – Watford 1: 0 (0: 0)
Goal: 56′ Smith Rowe
Arsenal: Ramsdale – Tomiyasu, White, Gabriel, Tavares – Saka (90 + 3′ Martinelli), Lokonga, Maitland -Niles, Smith Rowe (86′ Elneny) – Lacazette (69′ Odegaard), Aubameyang
Watford: Foster – Kiko, Cathcart (90 + 4′ Fletcher), N’Koulou, Rose – Sissoko, Sar, Coca, Tophane (62′ Pedro), Dennis (74′ Kocho) – King
yellow cards: 20′ Lokonga, 30′ Tomiyasu, 52′ Aubameyang, 80′ Gabriel – 10′ King, 31′, 89′ Kucka, 54′ Sissoko
red card: 89 ‘coca
Judge: Kevin Friend
Everton – Tottenham Hotspur
In the first half of the match Goodison Park Not much happened. We only saw one shot on the field, forcing us to intervene Hugo Lorissa. Theoretically, players keep the ball more Antonio ConteBut they couldn’t threaten the gate he guards Jordana Pickford. Until the end of the first half there was a 0-0 tie.
Not much has changed since the break at Goodison Park regarding the first half. We waited a long time for the first shot on goal from the players in this match Everton They surrendered only at the end of the meeting. In turn, football players Tottenham They did not treat their fans to any details of the attack. Yet not a very exciting match candy equalize with him Kogotami 0: 0.
Everton: Pickford – Coleman, Godfrey, Kane, Dean – Gordon, Delph (60 Davis), Allan (82 Holgate), Townsend – Gray (90 + 3 gibamine), Richarlison
Tottenham: Lloris – Emerson, Romero, Dier, Davies, Reguilon (71′ Doherty) – Skipp, Hojbjerg, Lucas (71′ Lo Celso), Son (85′ Ndombele) – Kane
yellow cards: 26′ Delph, 69′ Richarlison – 12′ Reguilon, 69′ Romero, 87′ Ndombele, 90 + 4′ Skipp
red card: 90 + 2″ Holgate
Judge: Chris Kavanagh
Leeds United – Leicester City
We watched the most interesting first half Island Road. As many as six shots on target in the first 45 minutes, two of them found their way into the goal. The result of the meeting opened Ravenhawho walked to free kick In the 26th minute. Two other friends tried to shoot him with a big shot, but in the end no one touched the ball, a Casper Schmeichel He did not have time to respond and had to take the ball off the net. We didn’t have to wait long for a response. After just a minute, he equalized Harvey BarnesWho boasted of a beautiful shot in the same window.
After the break, the intensity decreased slightly. The image of the game has also changed because they are the players Brendan Rodgers He started holding the ball more. Their possession translated into a hit Ademoli Lookmana From the 67th minute and then the players Lister They enjoyed it for a while. It turned out that the scorer’s leg extended a little beyond the line of defense. The result of a draw lasted until the end of the match, and in the end neither team wanted to put everything on one card. He spent the whole match on the bench Matthews Klitsch.
Leeds – Leicester 1:1 (1:1)
Objectives: 26′ Ravenha – 28′ Barnes
Leeds: Meslier – Dallas, Llorente, Cooper, Strwick – Phillips, Ravenha, Forchu (90 + 1 Creswell), Rodrygo, Harrison (83 Roberts) – James
Lester: Schmichel – Pereira, Sayunko, Evans, Castin – Ndidi, Somare, Tillmans (77′ Dewsbury-Hall) – Lookman (80′ Madison), Vardy, Barnes (70′ Amartey)
yellow cards: 27′ Ravenha – 74′ Lookman
Judge: Daniel England
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