Premier League ’18-19 – Highlights: Pogba, Martial Earn United A Well Deserved Victory

These are the next three matches of Premier League, Match Day 10 of 38. The highlights are appended below the points table.

Premier League ’18-19 – Highlights: Manchester City Continue To Dominate

Points Table – Premier League ’18-19

Rank Name Won Draw Lost Points
1 Liverpool 8 2 0 26
2 Chelsea 7 3 0 24
3 Manchester City 7 2 0 23
4 Arsenal 7 1 2 22
5 Tottenham 7 0 2 21
6 Bournemouth 6 2 2 20
7 Watford 6 1 3 19
8 Manchester United 5 2 3 17
9 Everton 4 3 3 15
10 Wolves 4 3 3 15

For Complete Premier League 2018-19 team rankings, click here

English Premier League 2018-19 – Full Schedule

Match 1 of 10: Burnley FC vs Chelsea

Result: 0 – 4

Goal Scorers:

  • Chelsea: Alvaro Morata 22′, Ross Barkley 57′, Willian 62′, Ruben Loftus-Cheek 90+2′

Match Statistics:

Burnley FC Team Stats Chelsea
7 Shots 24
1 Shots On Target 8
30% Possession 70%
326 Passes 799
80% Pass Accuracy 90%
14 Fouls 10
4 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
5 Offsides 0
4 Corners 4


Premier League

  • Ross Barkley delighted in running a couple of recollections as Chelsea strengthened their title certifications in the shadow of the Pennine fields transcending Burnley’s home.
  • At the beginning of the season few anticipated that Barkley would constrain himself into Maurizio Sarri’s designs so successfully at the same time, in scoring a fine goal and making another, the previous England midfielder stressed that he is not any more the Premier League’s overlooked man.
  • His sharply guaranteed execution – likewise including an essential square which without a doubt denied Burnley’s Jack Cork a goal– helped a merciless Chelsea into second place on multi day when Sean Dyche’s players were basically not permitted to adhere to the course of action which, for a brief timeframe, guaranteed to work well for them.

  • Sarri’s Burnley partner is held in such high respect in this piece of the East Lancashire that a nearby bar has changed its name in his respect. Right not far off from Turf Moor, the Princess Royal has turned into the Royal Dyche and its benefactors would most likely have been cheered by the house group’s at first savage beat.
  • At the point when Kepa Arrizabalaga fluttered at several Robbie Brady crosses in the early evening daylight Dyche’s ultra forceful strategies appeared to pay profits. Chelsea seemed shook, Sarri cut a thoughtful specialized zone figure and those long askew balls which continued arrowing through the bluest of skies extended David Luiz as far as possible.

  • At that point the guests started getting a hold of themselves and, as though restless to issue an update that they are a long way from a one-man group, began indicating exactly how great they could be in the harmed Eden Hazard’s nonappearance.
  • When Joe Hart did to palm away a Álvaro Morata header, Chelsea were subsiding into a convincingly firm pass ‘n move groove. Close to Willian hitting a post, Sarri’s side were ahead as Hart demonstrated feeble to repulse Morata’s correct foot shot released in the wake of Barkley’s spendid through pass.
  • As a Morata shot zoomed possibly wide of a post, the tough moorland past Burnley’s terraced roads turned progressively obfuscated. It appeared an allegory for their group’s evening.

  • Turf Moor’s aggregate mind-set was not really enhanced by Morata’s inclination for falling over at the most transitory of brush contact. Something else, the Chelsea striker played extremely well yet how local people booed as Morata crumbled even with a solid yet fair looking James Tarkowski handle and promptly requested a penalty. Un-interested Tarkowski and Matthew Lowton promptly squared up to him.
  • Craig Pawson instantly reserved Morata and Tarkowski and the referee was before long going after his yellow card yet again as Willian was authorized for a cleverly glaring plunge.
  • Maybe directing mounting disturbance, Burnley increased their focus levels and started shutting Chelsea down rather more steadily. Yet quickly, they prevailing with regards to turning the match sketchy.

  • Lamentably for Dyche, Jorginho and, specifically, N’Golo Kanté reacted as though profoundly offended. This response saw the two implementers grabbed an iron hold on midfield and, having done as such, the great Kanté signaled up Barkley for a perfectly struck objective, shot left-footed from 22 yards. Conceded it helped that Burnley’s protection remained off however it was a staggering completion.
  • On this proof the £15 million Chelsea put resources into Barkley looks a deal. It was an impression heightened as he made the 3rd goal, his conveyance introducing Willian cutting in from the left, moving the ball on to his correct foot and sending a shot bending imperiously past Hart from simply outside the region.


Match 2 of 10: Crystal Palace vs Arsenal

Result: 2 – 2

Goal Scorers:

  • Crystal Palace: Luka Milivojevic 45+1′ (P), 83′ (P)
  • Arsenal: Granit Xhaka 51′, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 56′

Match Statistics:

Crystal Palace Team Stats Arsenal
16 Shots 7
3 Shots On Target 2
42% Possession 58%
400 Passes 557
77% Pass Accuracy 83%
10 Fouls 16
1 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
2 Offsides 0
6 Corners 4


Premier League

  • Unai Emery spent much of the latter stages here frantically screaming at his players, imploring them to exert some kind of control on a derby that had forever threatened to veer away from a side who have thrived of late.
  • At one stage, with the crowd’s celebrations of Crystal Palace’s late equaliser still echoing around the arena, he called Alexandre Lacazette to the touchline, cupped the striker’s face with his hands and bellowed his instructions from point-blank range, slapping him on the cheek for good measure.

  • It had been Lacazette who had surrendered possession at the other end of the pitch so carelessly in the buildup to the hosts’ second goal, and Emery was clearly disturbed by how chaotic this game had become and frustrated by his players’ inability to remain calm amid the maelstrom.
  • The manager lamented the curtailing of an 11-match winning streak but he knew that, given the display, a point constituted something of a bonus.
  • Their point was secured seven minutes from time, a swift break up-field culminating in Wilfried Zaha bamboozling Granit Xhaka with a blur of step-overs and, having sensed the Swiss had unwisely planted his leg, drawing the contact to tumble.

  • The slow-motion replays will spark the usual tiresome accusations levelled against the Ivory Coast international – only Jamie Vardy has won more than the 11 penalties secured by Zaha since the start of the 2014-15 season – but Xhaka, a makeshift left-back, had been clumsy in his attempt to block. Luka Milivojevic, denied from the spot at Everton the previous weekend, held his nerve to convert his second of the afternoon and Palace had their point.
  • In truth, they might have merited more. Zaha and the substitute Max Meyer both struck the post – this team have hit the woodwork seven times already this term, as many times as they did for the whole of last season – with Andros Townsend also going close.
  • Their first penalty of the afternoon, awarded for Shkodran Mustafi’s wild challenge on Cheikhou Kouyaté as the ball broke loose at a Townsend corner, had felt rather scant reward at the time.

  • Milivojevic’s conversion ended a dismal run of 417 minutes without a home goal stretching back to the final game of last season, but there was an energy and aggression to Palace that was encouraging given their predicament near the foot of the table. They have entered a daunting run of games, but this was a performance more to Roy Hodgson’s liking.
  • He had been left rather less pleased by Martin Atkinson’s failure to spot Lacazette’s handball, flicking Xhaka’s corner on to Jordan Ayew’s head for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to bundle in at the far post, which had forced the visitors ahead as the hour-mark approached.

  • The Palace manager had no complaints at the thunderous nature of Arsenal’s riposte early in the second half, a free-kick needlessly conceded but ripped emphatically by Xhaka on the diagonal into the far top corner via Wayne Hennessey’s fingertips.
  • Yet that four-minute flurry constituted the extent of Arsenal at their incisive best. A team whose frontline usually display such venom was largely kept quiet with Palace the more busier side.
  • They lost Héctor Bellerín to a “muscular injury”, a worry with Liverpool due at the Emirates on Saturday, but had seen the rhythm in which they had become accustomed to revelling of late seriously disrupted by awkward opponents.

  • Mesut Özil, captain for the afternoon, flung away his gloves in disgust having been substituted midway through the second period. It had been that kind of afternoon. In that context, the point they claimed was actually one to be cherished.


Match 3 of 10: Manchester United vs Everton

Result: 2 – 1

Goal Scorers:

  • Manchester United: Paul Pogba 27′, Anthony Martial 49′
  • Everton: Gylfi Sigurdsson 77′ (P)

Match Statistics:

 Manchester United Team Stats Everton
14 Shots 14
10 Shots On Target 7
54% Possession 46%
485 Passes 414
80% Pass Accuracy 80%
15 Fouls 12
2 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
7 Offsides 0
8 Corners 4


Premier League

  • This was Manchester United’s best showcase so far this Premier League season and a 2nd win in eight matches was genuinely necessary. While there was another concerning blunder from Paul Pogba, which prompted Everton’s encouragement, there were further spells of the speedy and smooth play United are demonstrating a greater amount of as the season enters harvest time.
  • Romelu Lukaku was dropped out of the blue from the United XI, joining another of Mourinho’s alleged A-listers, Alexis Sánchez on the seat. Fred’s consideration was the sole change from the misfortune to Juventus, as Marco Silva handled a similar XI that beat Crystal Palace a weekend ago.

  • Prior to commencement there was a moment’s quietness to check Remembrance Sunday and the helicopter crash at Leicester City’s stadium.
  • Manchester United’s first scare happened inside 5 minutes. Bernard passed the ball up and Richarlison went to ground in the penalty territory with Chris Smalling and Luke Shaw in participation yet the on-field referee, Jonathan Moss, was unaffected.
  • It started a pacey challenge. The astounding Anthony Martial went up against Séamus Coleman however could not exceed him and at the opposite end Gylfi Sigurdsson’s whipped ball had Ashley Young and Bernard competing for it.

  • Marcus Rashford took Lukaku’s compartment in advance yet his opening commitments did not forecast well. The ball ricocheted far from him and when Pogba flooded forward and goes to the inside forward an endeavored backheel found nobody and influenced him to seem hapless.
  • Anthony Martial looked the exact inverse when skating past Coleman and putting the ball on Juan Mata’s head. While the Spaniard’s endeavor was directly at Jordan Pickford the goalkeeper must be more honed when Martial let go a rocket at him minutes after the fact.

  • The Frenchman’s next commitment was telling as he skirted past Idrissa Gueye, the midfielder stood out a leg, and over he went. Greenery granted the penalty and Gueye, officially reserved, was fortunate not to be sent to the evolving rooms. Joined’s assigned taker is Pogba and, after his trademark faltering run-up, Pickford spared mid-stature to his privilege just for the Frenchman to move home the bounce back.
  • Joined before long had the ball in the net again however this was denied: Rashford was offside. Again, however, it was Martial who had done the harm, cutting through Everton.
  • Joined were going at the guests in a close compelling red wave with Fred focusing from a remote place and Martial and Rashford undermining from short proximity.

  • However messiness can be expensive and when Nemanja Matic was outmuscled by Sigurdsson and the Icelander passed and proceeded with his hurried to interface with a header, De Gea was thankful the ball was coordinated at him.
  • By the end of the half United were eased to stay ahead – Everton had gone close again when Theo Walcott caused De Gea to beat away a shot by his left post.
  • At the point when the second half began Richarlison verged on profiting by a regular Pogba mistake. From Shaw’s toss in the midfielder’s go in-field went to Gueye. He hit the ball to the Brazilian forward and De Gea, once more, spared brilliantly to one side.

  • Without further ado subsequently United multiplied the lead, this time by means of a peach of a complete from the exceptional Martial. Pogba cleared the ball left and the aggressor hit a right-foot shot that bowed inside Pickford’s left post – his fifth in 11 recreations.
  • Rashford’s low certainty was represented when given a less complex shot. An awkward touch made the point troublesome and his exertion was excessively near Pickford. On 65 minutes he was supplanted by Lukaku.
  • Mourinho’s have been reprimanded for their cumbersomeness however there was a sweet musicality to a grouping that took in Mata, Matic, Shaw, Martial and Young and finished in a corner.

  • Pogba’s propensity to commit urgent errors – he additionally made one here against Wolves – demonstrated to itself when Everton pulled one back. An extravagant flicked invert pass went for Mata was jumped on by the Everton midfield and a sharp move finished with Smalling yielding a penalty for a late tackle on Richarlison.
  • Up ventured Sigurdsson to make it 2-1. Lukaku lightened an opportunity to enroll for a first time since mid-September before Martial spurned a one-on-one however holding tight a little come the end United did, at the last shriek, merit triumph.

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