Premier League ’18-19 – Highlights: Juan Foyth’s Away Goal Wins It For Tottenham

This is the first six matches of the Premier League, Match Day 12 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 Manchester City 9 2 0 29
2 Chelsea 8 3 0 27
3 Liverpool 8 3 0 27
4 Tottenham 9 0 3 27
5 Arsenal 7 2 2 23
6 Bournemouth 6 2 3 20
7 Watford 6 2 4 20
8 Manchester United 6 2 3 20
9 Everton 5 3 3 18
10 Leicester City 5 2 5 17

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

English Premier League 2018-19 – Full Schedule

Match 1 of 10: Cardiff City vs Brighton

Result: 2 – 1

Goal Scorers:

  • Cardiff City: Callum Paterson 28′, Sol Bamba 90′
  • Brighton: Lewis Dunk 6′

Match Statistics:

Cardiff City Team Stats Brighton
20 Shots 7
6 Shots On Target 3
61% Possession 39%
472 Passes 314
76% Pass Accuracy 63%
7 Fouls 21
2 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 1
0 Offsides 0
4 Corners 1


Premier League

  • Neil Warnock assumed responsibility of his 100th match as Cardiff director and there was bounty to celebrate as Sol Bamba scored a disputable 90th-minute champ to beat 10-man Brighton 2-1.
  • Warnock was among those hopping for satisfaction as Bamba’s short proximity exertion – after Cardiff had twice struck the edge of the objective in an insane six-yard box occurrence amid which the focal safeguard had all the earmarks of being offside – removed the Bluebirds from the Premier League assignment zone before the later kick-offs.

  • Cardiff striker Callum Paterson had counteracted Lewis Dunk’s initial exertion before Brighton were incapacitated by Dale Stephens’ 34th-minute expulsion for a studs-up test on Greg Cunningham.
  • It was anything but another experience for Cardiff to play against 10 men, as Newcastle and Huddersfield had players sent off against them before this season.
  • Cardiff had neglected focuses in those goalless draws, yet such iniquity was maintained a strategic distance from this time in a wild late goalmouth conflict.

  • Bamba sent an overhead kick against a post before Paterson’s subsequent exertion was diverted onto the crossbar by Dunk.
  • There was no third let-off for Brighton, however, as Bamba had climbed back onto his feet to pound home.
  • The evening had begun so well for Brighton with Dunk denoting his call-up to the England squad by heading home Solly March’s 6th moment free-kick.
  • Dunk had scored just once in his initial 47 Premier League appearances, yet the middle half made it two in the same number of diversions when he lost Bamba at the far post.
  • Cardiff were drowsy all through the opening quarter and March and Glenn Murray neglected to expand Brighton’s favorable position when all around set.

  • In any case, Cardiff were level following 28 minutes when Kadeem Harris, who was making his first Premier League begin, meshed his way into the punishment territory.
  • Harris’ check circled off Gaetan Bong and improvised striker Paterson was the ready beneficiary as he headed in his third objective in four matches from short proximity.
  • Joe Ralls saw his volley held by Mathew Ryan yet Cardiff were given an open welcome to get on top when Stephens saw red.
  • The Brighton midfielder pursued a free ball and sent Cunningham turning into the air.
  • Despite the fact that contact seemed negligible, it was without a doubt perilous and arbitrator Martin Atkinson had no delay in wielding a red card.

  • Cardiff typically overwhelmed ball possession and region after the break, however made little until the point when Harris hit the crossbar with a twisting 20-yard exertion close to the hour stamp.
  • Brighton’s 18-yard-box went under expanding weight, yet Cardiff lost their skipper Sean Morrison after he experienced a conflict of heads when attempting to help on Aron Gunnarsson’s long toss.
  • Morrison seemed, by all accounts, to be stupified in the wake of accepting treatment, yet he stayed on the pitch for a few minutes previously being substituted – an episode the Football Association may yet research in connection to blackout conventions.

  • Brighton gave cautioning that they could in any case debilitate when Jose Izquierdo constrained Neil Etheridge into a full-length stop, however Cardiff’s diligence satisfied as Bamba anchored their second win of the season.


Match 2 of 10: Southampton vs Watford

Result: 1 – 1

Goal Scorers:

  • Southampton: Manolo Gabbiadini 20′
  • Watford: Jose Holebas 82′

Match Statistics:

Southampton Team Stats Watford
14 Shots 12
4 Shots On Target 6
42% Possession 58%
306 Passes 421
68% Pass Accuracy 71%
13 Fouls 13
3 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
4 Offsides 4
7 Corners 6


Premier League

  • Time was ticking without end and it showed up Mark Hughes’ intend to end Southampton’s desperate record at St Mary’s was going to satisfy.
  • He had got his players to prepare here in the development to his match, trusting a more prominent nature with their environment would prompt an upturn in fortunes, or as he put it: “Everyone knows that if you keep on doing the same things it’s a sure sign of madness” Sadly for the Welshman, the franticness in his positions proceeds.

  • José Holebas’ 82nd-minute equalizer implies Southampton have now neglected to win any of their initial six home amusements of a season surprisingly.
  • On a more extensive level, they presently sit only one place over the assignment zone following an eighth class diversion without triumph, a run that will just extend the feeling that Hughes’ time likely could be up in light of the choice of the club’s Chinese proprietor, Gao Jisheng, to sack bad habit administrator Less Reed and specialized executive Martin Hunter last Thursday.

  • Change is noticeable all around on the south drift and, progressively, that spells terrible news for the chief.
  • On the off chance that Hughes is sacked he will think back on a Southampton show in which his players demonstrated admirable exertion and accomplished that rarest of things on home soil: a goal, scored by Manolo Gabbiadini halfway through the principal half.
  • However Watford were great incentive for the draw, particularly in light of the unmistakable second-half penalty they were denied by arbitrator Simon Hooper.
  • It was the guests who begun all the more brilliantly, playing high up the pitch and hoping to open up Southampton with snappy, coordinate passes.

  • The methodology nearly satisfied as ahead of schedule as the fourth moment after Gerard Deulofeu ran clear just to see his short proximity shot spared by Alex McCarthy.
  • Isaac Success brought about additional worry in the home positions soon after, however the hosts held tight and, on 20 minutes, led the pack. Roberto Pereyra made a wreck of unmistakably a left-sided corner, which permitted Danny Ings to take ownership and Gabbiadini to complete from short proximity for his first goal here since a 2-2 draw with Newcastle 391 days back.

  • Southampton verged on multiplying their lead before the break, first through a Maya Yoshida header and afterward by means of a close post strike from Stuart Armstrong that Ben Foster obstructed with his legs.
  • Watford were currently the ones keeping it together, and on 40 minutes things deteriorated for them after Will Hughes was compelled to leave the pitch with a hip grumbling.
  • In his place came Troy Deeney following his arrival from damage. Southampton likewise made an upheld substitution, with Charlie Austin supplanting Ings after the striker supported a speculated hamstring strain by the close touchline.

  • Deeney’s entry saw Watford move from a 4-1-2-3 arrangement to a more traditional 4-2-3-1, with the club commander sent as a solitary forward. It had little effect, be that as it may, as Southampton kept on managing procedures. However under lock and key they persistently gave the ball away, enabling their rivals to remain in the match.
  • What’s more, on 57 minutes came the minute Javi Gracia’s men thought they had anchored an equalizer. Chalobah played a one-two with Deeney on the edge of Southampton’s zone and having, moved inside, was brought somewhere around Ryan Bertrand’s scissor-like test.

  • It looked an unmistakable penalty to everybody with the exception of the official, who rather pointed for a corner. Justifiably, those in the guests’ positions were incensed, yet they could breath a murmur of help eight minutes after the fact when a similar authority precluded Austin’s complete after his aide had esteemed Yoshida to be in an offside position.
  • It was a disorganized and befuddling minute given Southampton were a ways into their festivals when the choice was made. There was as yet a late sucker punch to come as Holebas’ strike from the left-hand edge of the territory diverted off Cédric Soares and into the back of the net.


Match 3 of 10: Leicester City vs Burnley FC

Result: 0 – 0

Match Statistics:

Leicester City Team Stats Burnley FC
22 Shots 6
5 Shots On Target 1
63% Possession 37%
481 Passes 301
78% Pass Accuracy 63%
13 Fouls 10
2 Yellow Cards 0
0 Red Cards 0
1 Offsides 2
12 Corners 1


Premier League

  • It was day full of emotional feeling and one that no one in the stadium will overlook. There were such huge numbers of profoundly moving pictures however none more so than seeing 30,000 Leicester supporters battling back the tears as a video in tribute to Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, who lost his life alongside four others in a helicopter crash here a fortnight prior, was appeared on the goliaths screens in the stadium in the blink of an eye before commencement.
  • Here and there it felt more like an open wake and, in the conditions, it should come as no genuine shock that the match itself finished goalless.

  • Claudio Ranieri, Nigel Pearson and Craig Shakespeare, three previous Leicester supervisors, were available to offer their regards and every one of them advanced onto the pitch a while later to join the club’s staff and players as they commended the supporters. Aiyawatt, fittingly, was driving the route, with his dad’s name ringing boisterously and clear.
  • The development to the diversion had pulled on the heartstrings. It began with a walk, soon after early afternoon, from Jubilee Square in the downtown area to the King Power Stadium.

  • Thousands partook in the stroll out of appreciation for Vichai, including Harry Maguire, James Maddison, Andy King, Matty James and Hamza Choudhury, who were not part of Leicester’s matchday squad. The rainbow that pursued the rainstorm as fans drew near to the ground was another influencing picture on a solemn day.
  • With regards to the noble way that Leicester have taken care of such a terrible story all through, fans were given dedicatory scarves, stick identifications and a gift program that was loaded with tributes from players and supervisors over a significant time span.
  • Kasper Schmeichel’s contemplations were as moving as anyone’s, the Leicester goalkeeper reviewing the nerve racking picture that he has been not able shake from his psyche for as long as about fourteen days.

  • There was scarcely a dry eye in the stadium at the times paving the way to commence. You could have heard a stick drop amid that video of Vichai and the stadium fell quiet again minutes after the fact, for two minutes, in regard to every one of the individuals who lost their lives in the helicopter crash and furthermore in front of Remembrance Sunday. It was such a strong minute.
  • In truth, it was difficult to think about a more troublesome scenery for a football coordinate. Claude Puel had requested that his players in advance endeavor to “find the right balance between emotion and focus”, and that was continually going to be less demanding said than done on an evening when the environment inside the stadium resembled nothing they would have encountered previously.

  • Leicester, shockingly, began splendidly. Matt Lowton cleaned Jamie Vardy’s exertion up the line, Rachid Ghezzal headed Marc Albrighton’s middle against the crossbar and Joe Hart dashed from his line to cover at the feet of Demarai Gray as a leap forward called. Leicester additionally may have had a punishment however Mike Dean waved away their interests when the ball seemed to strike Charlie Taylor, the Burnley left-back, on the arm.
  • In reasonableness to Burnley, this was a to a great degree troublesome event for them as well. Their supporters couldn’t have been more aware amid those contacting scenes before the diversion – some even joined the walk to the stadium – and their players, after a drowsy begin, developed in certainty and made two or three shots.

  • Johann Berg Gudmundsson’s free-kick was pivoted the post by Schmeichel and Chris Wood iniquitously blasted over in the second half. Not that anybody came here to discuss the football.

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