Premier League ’18-19 – Highlights: Manchester City Win To Go Top Of The League

These are the first matches of the Premier League, Match Day 17 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 14 2 1 44
2 Manchester City 13 3 0 42
3 Tottenham 13 0 4 39
4 Chelsea 10 4 2 34
5 Arsenal 10 4 2 34
6 Manchester United 7 5 4 26
7 Everton 7 4 6 25
8 Bournemouth 6 6 5 24
9 Leicester City 7 3 7 24
10 Wolves 7 3 7 24

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

English Premier League 2018-19 – Full Schedule

Match 1 of 10: Manchester City vs Everton

Result: 3 – 1

Goal Scorers:

  • Manchester City: Gabriel Jesus 22′, 50′, Raheem Sterling 69′
  • Everton: Dominic Calvert-Lewin 65′

Match Statistics:

Manchester City Team Stats Everton
13 Shots 9
5 Shots On Target 2
67% Possession 33%
704 Passes 335
86% Pass Accuracy 77%
7 Fouls 9
1 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
3 Offsides 2
6 Corners 2


Premier League

  • Manchester City did not have things totally their own particular manner against Everton, so in rising with the win the victors represented why they remained title top picks in spite of losing top spot last Saturday in the Premier League.
  • They likewise jumped Liverpool to wind up pioneers once more, in any event until the point when Manchester United visit Anfield on Sunday.
  • Everton touched base as the main side not to lose here in the two association excursions since Pep Guardiola assumed control and left with that record destroyed. City accomplished this by holding the persistence that steamrollers most rivals and that at long last wore out their guests’ opposition.

  • This was among City’s progressively great shows this Premier League season following the annihilation at Chelsea and the 2-1 triumph over Hoffenheim in midweek that implied they won their Champions League gathering however had just two days to get ready.
  • City were again without Kevin De Bruyne and Sergio Agüero in their beginning lineup, however both were back in the match-day squad after damage and the previous showed up as a second-half substitute.
  • In all he rolled out four improvements. Out went Raheem Sterling, John Stones, Oleksandr Zinchenko and Phil Foden. In came Fabian Delph, Riyad Mahrez, Fernandinho and Kyle Walker. For Everton Idrissa Gueye and Theo Walcott cleared a path for Kurt Zouma and Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

  • The temperature was near zero yet the football contained some warmth. Everton gave an early cautioning when Calvert-Lewin got behind the safeguard and shot, however he was governed offside. City’s riposte was a slide-decide Ilkay Gündogan ball that set Leroy Sané hustling in behind. With Gabriel Jesus accessible in the zone the German turned inside and lost control.
  • After a sweet Jesus turn that had Zouma scrambling and pretty much recouping Sané was in once more. This time Fernandinho had the vision yet Sané’s touch was flawed yet again.

  • Walker was the following City man to submit a mistake and it was almost expensive. The right-back hesitated and Lucas Digne turned pickpocket. The left wing-back hurled in the ball yet Richarlison lost levelheadedness. Further Everton push originated from a Bernard breakaway along the left flank: the assault came to only provoked a concerned Guardiola to leave his seat for the specialized region.
  • City tightened up the weight, which drove in the end to Jesus’ opener. Fernandinho’s chipped ball had Mahrez driving past Digne, making him foul the Algerian, for which he was reserved. The consequent free-kick went to Delph yet his 20-yard shot was continually rising.

  • Next came two corners one after another and after that Jesus’ 6th club goal this season. Offering the bosses presents is habit, regardless of whether it is yuletide. However Everton did precisely this when Yerry Mina hoofed the ball from close to his goalline straight to Gündogan. The German’s pass went right away to Sané, his thusly went to Jesus and the Brazilian beat Jordan Pickford from a tight point to break a four-month dry spell in the group.
  • At this crossroads Everton declined to go under in spite of the light blue wave that cutting-edge perseveringly.

  • An uncommon invasion by the guests was stopped by some great Fernandinho midfield-general play that transformed the ball over and protection into assault; when City expected to battle and turn out to be increasingly simple they could and would. Without the Pickford trapeze artistry that spared a Mahrez rocket of a volley from close in Everton would have entered the break 2-0 behind.
  • Rather they started the second half still in the challenge. Inevitably, however, City were the aggressors as Jesus and Sané got in along the left, the ball was swung back to Fernandinho however his pot-shot was off-target.

  • They multiplied the lead with a goal lovely in its straightforwardness as Sané dinked a cross from the left and Jesus’ header gave Pickford insufficient possibility. This diverted Everton’s test from molehill to mountain and Marco Silva expedited Walcott and Ademola Lookman for Bernard and Coleman. As City’s second was again supported by a guarded issue – nobody got in Jesus’ face – in the case of handling two crisp assailants could rescue the match stayed to be seen.
  • Progressively cautious laxity appeared to give the appropriate response as Gündogan played a one-two with Mahrez and had room schedule-wise to train in on Pickford’s goal. He missed and, when satire City shielding by Nicolás Otamendi gave the ball to Digne, Everton jumped.

  • In came the cross and Calvert-Lewin headed past Ederson. On the off chance that this recommended the match was back on, the sense kept going just minutes. Sterling had supplanted Sané and after exchange among Jesus and Fernandinho the last crossed and Sterling headed home his ninth association goal of the season.
  • De Bruyne went ahead for Mahrez to show up since 1 November and there was likewise time for a misfortune among Ederson and Mina. Presently, it is over to Anfield for the following portion of the Premier League title race.


Match 2 of 10: Crystal Palace vs Leicester City

Result: 1 – 0

Goal Scorers:

  • Crystal Palace: Luka MIlivojevic 39′

Match Statistics:

Crystal Palace Team Stats Leicester City
8 Shots 12
1 Shots On Target 2
43% Possession 57%
385 Passes 497
73% Pass Accuracy 78%
10 Fouls 8
2 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
6 Offsides 3
4 Corners 4


Premier League

  • Wilfried who? After 14 sequential annihilations crosswise over two seasons in Premier League matches played without their star player in the beginning line-up, Crystal Palace have at last won a Premier League match.
  • It was not pretty, but rather Roy Hodgson did not mind on multi day that denoted the finish of determined theory that his group are unequipped for winning without Wilfried Zaha. A dazzling Luka Milivojevic first-half strike lit up a regularly crude amusement on a soiled evening in south London.

  • The two managers had rung the progressions after thrashings a weekend ago. With Zaha and James Tomkins sitting this one out on the wicked advance, Jordan Ayew and Martin Kelly were requested to venture up by Hodgson. Kelly was extraordinary close by Mamadou Sakho, however Ayew was wretched. In goal, Vicente Guaita made his first Premier League begin for the club instead of Wayne Hennessey, missing with a back fit.

  • The Spaniard had an early panic when Jamie Vardy jumped him off the ball and jabbed into an unfilled net, just to be pronounced to have illicitly carried the goalkeeper in the back. For Leicester, Christian Fuchs recovered an uncommon begin at full without the harmed Ben Chilwell, while Vardy and Harry Maguire returned from the treatment room.
  • The triumphant goal appeared suddenly. With the ball at his feet close to the correct touchline six minutes previously the break, Andros Townsend played it inside to Milivojevic. Looking over his choices, the Palace commander set himself up with a touch or two preceding sending a grating 25-yard push twisting far from Kasper Schmeichel.

  • A generally desperate first half had started in conditions so foul even Kayla, the Crystal Palace falcon, dove in her claws and declined to perform more than one of her conventional pre-coordinate swoops, picking rather to sit in the rain appearing as though she had rather be anyplace else.
  • It was a great job Milivojevic scored, as Zaha’s substitution could barely have been increasingly insufficient. Ayew has persevered through a troublesome time at Palace since touching base as a late spring credit marking from Swansea, a club whose fans couldn’t hold up to see the back of him. However to score in 13 appearances for Palace, he was tormented by Wes Morgan and botched a sublime opportunity to open his record in the second half.

  • With his side trailing, Claude Puel had sent on Rachid Ghezzal after the interim, expelling the inquisitively incapable James Maddison on grounds he portrayed as strategic. The midfielder’s card had just been checked when he ended up on the less than desirable end of a uniquely irate volley of maltreatment from his director for inconsiderateness under lock and key. His substitution provoked further dissatisfaction when sending a plated edged shot bubbling simply wide.

  • The pick of Leicester’s odds, be that as it may, went to Vardy and his demeanor after neglecting to change over it was one of aggregate incredulity. Having barely stayed away from shame at the striker’s hands in the principal half, Guaita got down low on his right side and pushed an astute, twisting, goal bound flick on to the post before appreciatively grasping the happy bounce back.


Match 3 of 10: Wolves vs Bournemouth

Result: 1 – 0

Goal Scorers:

  • Wolves: Raul Jiminez 12′, Ivan Cavaleiro 90+4′

Match Statistics:

Wolves Team Stats Bournemouth
9 Shots 13
3 Shots On Target 3
37% Possession 63%
390 Passes 633
72% Pass Accuracy 84%
15 Fouls 7
1 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
4 Offsides 0
5 Corners 3


Premier League

  • Wolves have won three straight best flight coordinates in the ongoing Premier League without precedent for right around 40 years in the wake of beating Bournemouth 2-0. An early goal from Raúl Jiménez and a late strike by the substitute Ivan Cavaleiro gave Wolves the three points.
  • Following triumphs against Chelsea and Newcastle in the previous 10 days, it is the first run through since March 1980 that Wanderers have recorded a trio of continuous triumphs in the best division.

  • The win saw Nuno Espírito Santo’s side move up to seventh place while Bournemouth stay in mid-table after a 6th thrashing in seven Premier League matches.
  • Bournemouth started well and controlled the opening stages, getting a charge out of a lot of ownership inside Wolves’ half of the pitch. Bournemouth made a decent shot when the hosts made a wreck of attempting to play them offside and the ball broke to Josh King on the correct side of the punishment territory. He escaped however Conor Coady’s sliding recuperation challenge diverted the exertion over the crossbar.

  • It was against the run of play when Wolves proceeded following 12 minutes however Bournemouth were designers of their own ruin. Charlie Daniels, halfway inside his very own half, unnecessarily gave the ball away to Diogo Jota after he played a messy go along the back line.
  • Jota progressed towards goal however hauled his shot from the correct side of the penalty zone straight into the way of Jiménez, who tapped the ball home from six yards out. It was the on-advance Benfica striker’s fifth Premier League goal of the season – every one of them coming at Molineux.

  • The goal appeared to settle Wolves and in spite of the fact that Bournemouth remained a danger, their clean develop play frequently did not have the last ball or completing touch.
  • Wolves ought to have broadened their lead from the get-go in the second half when Morgan Gibbs-White’s pass put Hélder Costa through down the right. The substitute, on at half-time for the harmed Jota, figured out how to hold off a safeguard and achieve the punishment region be that as it may, with Jiménez up in help in the middle, cut his shot horrendously wide.

  • At the opposite end, Junior Stanislas hit the bar with a free-kick and, after Bournemouth had reused the ball, Rui Patrício must be aware of cull the ball out of the air when Jefferson Lerma’s 22-yard shot seemed to set out toward the best corner of the net.
  • That scare aside, Wolves to a great extent looked agreeable and great connection up play among Jiménez and Costa nearly brought a second goal however Asmir Begovic made a strong square at his close post.
  • Wolves fixed triumph in damage time when Costa’s through ball put Cavaleiro one-on-one with the goalkeeper and he beat Begovic with a certain strike into a base corner.


Match 4 of 10: Huddersfield vs Newcastle

Result: 0 – 1

Goal Scorers:

  • Newcastle: Salomon Rondo 55′

Match Statistics:

Huddersfield Team Stats Newcastle
15 Shots 8
5 Shots On Target 5
74% Possession 26%
622 Passes 230
80% Pass Accuracy 56%
5 Fouls 13
1 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
2 Offsides 1
10 Corners 1


Premier League

  • Newcastle spluttered at first at the same time, in the wake of discovering mood in the second half, created the best move of the match. That work prompted a fine goal for Solomón Rondón and another three valuable points in today’s Premier League match.
  • They have earned 10 of their 16 Premier League focuses this season far from St James’ Park, generally because of the kind of effectiveness that they in the long run appeared here against hosts who overwhelmed ball possession at the same time, as so frequently, needed sharpness when it made a difference most.

  • The arrangement met up, yet simply after a first half when Huddersfield awed yet appeared to come up short on a stellar sense. Their general execution was great yet a count of 10 goals from 17 matches leaves almost certainly that they have an issue that should be settled in the event that they are to move out of the last three.
  • Avoiding inconvenience is additionally Benitez’s need for the season, which is the reason he had portrayed this gathering as “a massive final”.
  • The two groups were denied of key players however Huddersfield at first adjusted better. Juninho Bacuna did well in midfield, while Philip Billing shone so brilliantly that the harmed Aaron Mooy was scarcely missed. Chris Löwe caused issues in a propelled job on the left, discomforting Manquillo, who was working at conservative back for Newcastle attributable to the suspension of DeAndre Yedlin.

  • Laurent Depoitre snared a shot over the banish from a corner by Löwe following three minutes. At that point Löwe was allowed to score himself, Billing won the ball in midfield before threading a deft one through to Alex Pritchard, who chose at the edge of the territory. The German volleyed wide.
  • Newcastle were messy in the main time frame, unfit to cobble together assaults from open play. They did, in any event, compromise from two free-kicks. Fabian Schär constrained a decent spare from Jonas Lössl in the wake of being chosen from the first. Afterward, Schär attempted to beat him from a lot more remote, getting the goalkeeper off guard running straightforwardly for goal with a free‑kick from close to the midway line. Charming thought, yet the shot flew over the bar.

  • Billing created the match’s best best kick, sending a radiant exertion goalwards from 25 yards however Martin Dubravka tipped it over.
  • With Federico Fernández missing through damage, Newcastle’s three-man focal resistance took a gander quiet. However, that did not legitimize the wild handle by Jamaal Lascelles that sent Depoitre colliding with the promoting sheets in the principal half. The defender was reserved as opposed to rejected.
  • Benitez pulled his group together at half-time. They played with substantially more exactness after the break. Christian Atsu about benefitted from errant guarding in the 51st moment, jumping on a free ball in the region before being denied by Lössl. Huddersfield’s respite was short‑lived.

  • Inside four minutes the hosts were fixed. The guests worked from the back before Ayoze Pérez slipped a go from the left through to Manquillo, who twisted a low cross to Rondón. The striker completed expertly to guarantee his fourth class goal since joining on credit from West Bromwich.
  • Huddersfield attempted persistently to recover the activity yet Newcastle, at this point smaller and flexible, never again gave them trust.

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