Premier League ’18-19 – Highlights: Tottenham End Chelsea’s Unbeaten Run

This is the first seven 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 11 2 0 35
2 Liverpool 10 3 0 33
3 Tottenham 10 0 3 30
4 Chelsea 8 0 1 28
5 Arsenal 7 4 2 24
6 Everton 6 3 3 22
7 Manchester United 6 4 4 21
8 Bournemouth 6 2 4 20
9 Watford 6 2 2 20
10 Leicester City 5 3 3 18

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

English Premier League 2018-19 – Full Schedule

Match 1 of 10: West Ham vs Manchester City

Result: 0 – 4

Goal Scorers:

  • Manchester City: David Silva 11′, Raheem Serling 19′, Leroy Sane 34′, 90+3′

Match Statistics:

West Ham Team Stats Manchester City
9 Shots 9
1 Shots On Target 6
30% Possession 70%
360 Passes 837
74% Pass Accuracy 88%
6 Fouls 3
0 Yellow Cards 0
0 Red Cards 0
2 Offsides 3
8 Corners 1


Premier League

  • In the event that you were searching for a challenge that pondered well the aggressiveness of the Premier League, this was not it, as Manchester City thoroughly vanquished a shy West Ham in under 40 minutes.
  • Goals from David Silva, Raheem Sterling and two from Leroy Sané, the second coming in second-half damage time, came effortlessly for the guests.
  • The hosts, who in case we overlook burned through £100m in the mid year to challenge in the best 50% of the table and enrolled a previous City manager to enable them to do it, looked obviously scared, and just woke up when the elastic was well and really dead.

  • The main goal originated from an obviously harmless circumstance, if there is a wonder such as this with City. Felipe Anderson surrendered ball possession outside City’s crate, endeavoring to run the ball through a swarm of protectors in the eleventh moment.
  • Sané picked the Brazilian’s pocket, and Kyle Walker pushed ball possession upfield before playing wide to Sterling. From that point it was two on four, however City’s little developments were excessively for the hosts.
  • Sterling twisted a cross behind the back line, Silva shot past it. His complete was a clean turn around clasp which left Lukasz Fabianski in a load. He was not simply the last Hammers player to discover in that circumstance.

  • After nine minutes the lead was multiplied, Sterling tucking home at the back post after Sané had confused Pablo Zabaleta on the right.
  • It was amazingly simple, and the way Sterling betrayed Arthur Masuaku at the pivotal minute brought up issues with respect to why the unpalatably focussed wing-back had been chosen in front of the more protectively competent Aaron Cresswell.
  • West Ham chose to make a concise clench hand of it and they had two possibilities in the accompanying couple of minutes.
  • First Marko Arnautovic was teed up in the crate by Michail Antonio, however with the ball trailing marginally behind him the Austrian couldn’t locate the correct power and Walker slid in to square. For the second open door Antonio set himself up, however his fearsome shot was directly at Ederson.

  • The third goalcame 10 minutes before half-time, and was similarly as just accomplished as the others. With City in delayed ball possession, Fernandinho circled a disregard the leaders of the West Ham guard and into the way of Sterling. The England forward volleyed his cross first time.
  • Sané guaranteed it on the punishment spot and sent focus back Fabián Balbuena rambling with a half-turn, before passing the ball past Fabianski.
  • There was no booing from the home fans as the players trooped off for the interim, and they may have seen more awful since the club moved to the London Stadium a year ago. In any case, this was as yet an execution that was both confounding and enervating.

  • In Manuel Pellegrini’s first experience against the group he once prompted a class title he had picked a side that appeared to be illsuited to upsetting City’s ownership. Maybe the point was to open up on the counter, yet without the ball even that was unthinkable. To exacerbate the situation, the hosts were cheerful to play at City’s rhythm, which was strolling pace.
  • Cresswell went ahead for Masuaku at half-time ,and Javier Hernández supplanted Grady Diangana to make it a 4-4-2 in the blink of an eye thereafter. By this point City could have had four, Fabianski making a sliding tackle to quit Sterling, however the progressions gave the hosts more force.

  • They ought to have scored themselves just before the hour stamp after Pedro Obiang accomplished something that had been eminent by its nonappearance and won a handle amidst the recreation center.
  • The ball broke allowed to Hernández, who had the sound judgment and the tranquility of touch to spring a go through the propelled City resistance. Antonio dashed on to it and weighed down on goal, yet while he could twist his shot around an onrushing Ederson, he couldn’t guide it inside the post and it bobbed out for an goal kick.

  • There were a couple all the more half-chances for the hosts, Balbuena raising a better than average header over the bar, yet there was nothing moving toward a rebound. As the diversion drew nearer included time Arnautovic limped off the pitch and left West Ham to play out the last stages with just 10 men. They could not wait for two additional minutes in any case, and Sané volleyed home at the far post with the last kick of the match.


Match 2 of 10: Everton vs Cardiff City

Result: 1 – 0

Goal Scorers:

  • Everton: Gylfi Sigurdsson 59′

Match Statistics:

Everton Team Stats Cardiff City
16 Shots 7
8 Shots On Target 1
71% Possession 29%
522 Passes 218
79% Pass Accuracy 52%
12 Fouls 13
0 Yellow Cards 3
0 Red Cards 0
0 Offsides 1
7 Corners 3


Premier League

  • Everton are up to 6th and as yet moving the correct way under Marco Silva, regardless of whether the free-streaming football is setting aside its opportunity to arrive.
  • A group that held Chelsea scoreless last time out was faced by rivals endeavoring to do likewise at Goodison, and keeping in mind that it is hard to contend Everton did not merit their hard-battled win there was less between the opposite sides than the class table may propose.

  • The primary half included a diverting spat between heavyweight bear bargers Yerry Mina and Callum Paterson, and an exuberant touchline discourse including Silva and Warnock when the Cardiff goalkeeper Neil Etheridge was appropriately reserved for time-squandering, yet little else that could legitimately be called energizing or engaging.
  • Maybe that ought not have come as an amazement. Everton are at present playing without an inside forward, changed over winger Richarlison possessing the job in just the most notional sense, while Cardiff’s front-man Paterson has as of late been pushed up from protection. Subsequently goalmouth activity was hard to come by.

  • Everton continued attempting eager goes from midfield without acknowledging there was infrequently anybody holding up in the zone to lift them up. Paterson shot wide with the principal possibility of the evening following an oversight by Mina, however generally furrowed a desolate wrinkle as Cardiff’s solitary normal guest to the Everton half.
  • At the point when Richarlison was given a middle forward’s possibility, from a Gylfi Sigurdsson free-kick that contacted him towards the finish of the principal a large portion of, everything he could oversee was an agreeable header directly at Etheridge.

  • While the home side appreciated the vast majority of the ownership the pre-interim stress was that their patient passing methodology was neglecting to bring on any alert in the Cardiff guard.
  • On the stroke of half-time André Gomes discovered space to send a cross effervescing over the substance of goal just to see it beat everybody in a swarmed penalty region, with a shocked Theo Walcott unfit to get a telling touch at the far post.

  • The second half started all the more promisingly, when Bernard discovered Sigurdsson free in the crate, however the Iceland universal made his shooting point more tightly by getting some distance from goal and Sol Bamba could tidy his exertion up the line. The respite for Cardiff ended up being brief.
  • Theo Walcott broke clear just before the hour check, and however Etheridge figured out how to stop the winger’s shot he was feeble to avoid Sigurdsson transforming the ball into an unguarded net from near the penalty spot.

  • Cardiff did not surrender, they may have adjusted had not Jordan Pickford demonstrated equivalent to a staggering long shot from Victor Camarasa, however Everton squandered a progression recently chances to make the last scoreline all the more complimenting.
  • Ademola Lookman’s snappy feet obliged Etheridge to make a spare, and the goalkeeper was called upon again in the end minutes to deny Richarlison.

  • When Cenk Tosun had shot submissively at Etheridge when he should have scored, Everton had just themselves to fault for a strained completion of the amusement when Cardiff constrained two or three corners.
  • A lot to the house side’s alleviation, the guests were not able exploit and Camarasa’s shot remained their solitary endeavor on target. With one point from six away recreations, if Cardiff will spare themselves it is well on the way to occur at home.


Match 3 of 10: Brighton vs Leicester City

Result: 1 – 1

Goal Scorers:

  • Brighton: Glenn Murray 15′
  • Leicester City: Jamie Vardy 79′ (P)

Match Statistics:

Brighton Team Stats Leicester City
14 Shots 8
3 Shots On Target 3
55% Possession 45%
429 Passes 369
78% Pass Accuracy 74%
10 Fouls 7
3 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 1
5 Offsides 1
6 Corners 1


Premier League

  • Jamie Vardy fell off the seat to protect a point for 10-man Leicester as they combat back to draw at Brighton.
  • The forward was just esteemed fit enough to be named as a substitute for the Foxes following crotch damage, however he let go home a second-half penalty to counteract Glenn Murray’s initial header and secure a 1-1 draw.
  • Leicester’s expectations of removing anything from the Amex Stadium endured a shot when James Maddison was sent off inside the opening thirty minutes.

  • The midfielder was forewarned twice in two minutes, having beaten a knee issue to begin for Claude Puel’s side, who have now had four expulsions in the group this season.
  • Murray’s fifteenth moment header was his seventh group goal of the battle, carrying him level with players, for example, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Raheem Sterling, however the Seagulls made little as they neglected to make the most of their numerical leverage.
  • Shinji Okazaki, in for Vardy, had an early penalty guaranteed dismissed after he was tested by Bernardo.
  • That was the nearest the Foxes got to the hosts’ goal in the opening trades, with Beram Kayal driving a savvy stop out of Kasper Schmeichel at the opposite end.

  • Brighton were deservedly ahead with 15 minutes on the clock as Murray headed home Anthony Knockaert’s close post corner to toast his 100th Premier League appearance.
  • Leicester’s expectations of getting once again into the amusement endured a blow when Maddison got two unnecessary appointments with hardly a pause in between.
  • The previous Norwich man was demonstrated his first yellow card for a testy trek to stop Knockaert breaking into the Leicester half.
  • The following alert came in the 28th moment as Maddison controlled the ball in the zone before going down after a test from Shane Duffy, with official Chris Kavanagh demonstrating no delay in expelling the midfielder for jumping.

  • Vardy was presented 10 minutes after the interim and was promptly included, getting Brighton goalkeeper Mat Ryan before he was forced to bear a Duffy challenge which saw the safeguard booked.
  • With rain pouring during, the time half was to a great extent dispossessed of both quality football and obvious shots, José Izquierdo shooting wide for Brighton as they worked in their endeavors to wrap up the focuses.
  • Leicester broke and were granted a punishment as Kayal got the feet of substitute Kelechi Iheanacho, with Vardy changing over the spot-kick easily.

  • Iheanacho came nearest to settling the challenge however terminated inches wide from Vardy’s lay-off, while Kayal couldn’t make up for his prior mix-up as he bowed a very late exertion wide.


Match 4 of 10: Manchester United vs Crystal Palace

Result: 0 – 0

Match Statistics:

Manchester United Team Stats Crystal Palace
12 Shots 13
5 Shots On Target 2
60% Possession 40%
509 Passes 351
82% Pass Accuracy 75%
13 Fouls 12
1 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
2 Offsides 3
10 Corners 3


Premier League

  • Manchester United were again perplexed by their common issue against Crystal Palace: a one-paced rhythm of play that has hampered all vintages since Sir Alex Ferguson resigned in May 2013.
  • Against a meeting group that have not tasted Premier League triumph since mid-September a close hapless goalless draw is simply not adequate. José Mourinho is unyielding that United will be in the best four come the happy season yet on this demonstrating the prospect is impossible.

  • Mourinho restored Romelu Lukaku and Paul Pogba following damage. They joined Matteo Darmian, making just a second class begin, and Juan Mata as the director’s four changes, Marcus Rashford, Ander Herrera, Marouane Fellaini and Alexis Sánchez all dropping out.
  • Roy Hodgson made just a single change choosing Wilfried Zaha rather than Jordan Ayew, the previous United man demonstrating Palace’s best entertainer on the evening.
  • United were the first to appear. A Pogba ball was gestured once more into Jesse Lingard’s way and his shot was blocked and a corner resulted.

  • Mata took it and however Palace cleared they were about ruptured minutes after the fact. Nemanja Matic this time glided a high ball in and after Anthony Martial seemed to deal with to control he ought to have scored however lightened the shot.
  • Inverse United’s 4-2-3-1 Palace arranged in an exemplary Hodgson state of 4-4-2 that had Zaha and Andros Townsend at its head. This appeared to probably squander Zaha in the event that he gotten little administration thus it demonstrated.
  • When he dropped profound or pulled left to get the ball all of a sudden United had an issue, as when he did as such 17 minutes in. Zaha took the ball from Max Meyer, formed inside, at that point let fly a twisting exertion that filled in as a notice.

  • Manchester United’s reaction was to mold their slickest move yet. Mata pinged the ball to Lingard and when he handed this over to Pogba the shot kept Wayne Hennessey genuine in the Palace goal.
  • Zaha was then near benefitting from an errant Lingard pass. The 26-year-old pulled the trigger instantly before David de Gea – and Lingard – watched the ball run wide with alleviation.
  • Presently Palace were inefficient. When they broke by means of Meyer he discovered Zaha and the right ball would uncover the retreating United rearguard. Zaha made the pass however Patrick van Aanholt associated inadequately and Mourinho’s men gotten away.

  • This aroused them and when Mata flipped a free-kick in from near the correct corner hail Chris Smalling turned into the most recent to miss. Lingard – due to a Hennessey spare – and Martial – in view of a feeble header – at that point added to the count of spurned chances and Mourinho did well to watch the majority of this and not demonstrate dissatisfaction.
  • The normal first-half passage could have been more awful for United, however, had a Palace goal not been properly denied for offside after Cheikhou Kouyaté and Victor Lindeløf associated with the ball in the meantime.
  • Manchester United’s presentation had left numerous inside the stadium displeased so a superior second half was required. The inquiry, at that point, was could a start be found? They began splendidly.

  • Mata and Young examined along the left channel and the last constrained Hennessey into a spare low to one side. Lukaku jumped on the bounce back to turn home however he was pronounced – once more, effectively – to be offside.
  • Mourinho had seen enough. Off came Mata and Lingard and on came Fellaini and Rashford.
  • However it was United who mixed now as De Gea repulsed a 20-yard Kouyaté shot and after that Van Aanholt’s development.
  • Mourinho’s last move was to carry Sánchez into the activity for the failing Pogba. At the point when Rashford made a twofold handle abruptly the Chilean had ownership and Lukaku and Martial were going along with him in a red wave. However Sánchez’s pass was astray and another United assault vacillated.

  • So did Matic – a few times – when endeavoring to capture Townsend. Rather the forward burst through and hit a right-foot exertion wide of De Gea’s correct post to home alleviation.
  • From here the example proceeded of low quality. Joined may have appreciated far more noteworthy bal possession yet what does this make a difference if nothing is made of it? They finished in and around Palace’s goal and Lukaku had one header spared well by Hennessey. It all, however, feels somewhat edgy for Mourinho and his group.

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