Premier League ’18-19 – Highlights: Liverpool Hold Off A Firing Arsenal
These are the first 7 matches of the Premier League, Match Day 11 of 38. The highlights are appended below the points table.
Points Table – Premier League ’18-19
For Complete Premier League 2018-19 team rankings, click here
Match 1 of 10: Bournemouth vs Manchester United
Result: 0 – 1
- Bournemouth: Callum Wilson 11′
- Manchester United: Anthony Martial 35′, Marcus Rashford 90+2′
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- In the event that Manchester United are to accomplish José Mourinho’s expressed desire of constraining their way once again into best four conflict by Christmas then he will trust this Jekyll and Hyde execution can go about as the impetus.
- For a large portion of the initial 45 minutes, it was Bournemouth who looked the group more inclined to test for distinctions this season as they over and over cut open the guests’ guard and took a merited lead through Callum Wilson’s well-taken goal.
Man of the Month ✅
Man of the Match ✅
Man of the Moment ✅
Well played, Tony! pic.twitter.com/lGTAdQnYF0
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) November 3, 2018
- Mourinho conceded he could barely bear to watch on occasion, however the United administrator was appreciative for Anthony Martial’s fifth goal in the same number of diversions and Marcus Rashford’s late intercession as his side recorded a second back to back triumph that will come as an extraordinary alleviation to their director.
- The Portuguese had anticipated before the match that a keep running of positive outcomes could even now protect their season after a moderate beginning, yet any more first-half exhibitions, for example, various things hopefulness will before long vanish.
So proud of the @afcbournemouth lads today they were superb against @ManUtd 100% deserved something from the game. It shows how far this football club has come when your absolutely devastated loosing to @ManUtd thanks to all our supporters you we’re amazing. #Onwards&Upwards
— Jeff Mostyn (@jeffmostyn) November 3, 2018
- A more clinical side than Bournemouth could without much of a stretch have been far away after Ryan Fraser saw his initial possibility spared by David de Gea following an oversight from Chris Smalling.
- Bournemouth made three shots in a 60-second spell before at last making the leap forward in the eleventh moment when Wilson tapped home a cross from Junior Stanislas after a splendid turn around go from Lewis Cook.
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- The previous Coventry striker presently has 50 goals for Bournemouth since moving toward the south drift in 2014 and was a steady danger all through the principal half, joining great with David Brooks – a childhood United fan – and the noteworthy Stanislas, who was making his first class beginning of the season after damage.
- Without Romelu Lukaku, who grabbed damage in preparing on Friday, Mourinho gave Alexis Sánchez his first Premier League begin since the draw against Wolves a month and a half prior and left Rashford on the seat in the week the England striker praised his 21st birthday.
5⃣ goals in 5⃣ games for Anthony Martial.
Ten Premier League points from 12 for Manchester United.
— UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) November 3, 2018
- However, as opposed to their energetic rivals, United looked lazy in assault until halfway through the half when Sánchez began to make his essence felt. It was the Chile national’s steadiness that made the equalizer as he won the ball in the inside hover before connecting up with Ashley Young on the privilege to lay the ball on a plate for Martial.
- A great jump to beat Nathan Aké to a header nearly brought about United proceeding at the break, just for Juan Mata to screw his shot wide of the goal.
Manchester City have conceded 17 shots on target in the Premier League this season.
Manchester United have conceded 18 goals in the Premier League this season.
— Richard Jolly (@RichJolly) November 3, 2018
- However, Bournemouth, who had collected 11 points from their five past home matches this season, declined to rests and would have retaken the lead had it not been for two critical recoveries from De Gea.
- The second stop, five minutes into the second half, was an exceptional response to an astute flick from Brooks after Fraser had left Young for dead and selected his colleague impeccably before objective.
- At the opposite end, Luke Shaw tried Asmir Begovic yet Mourinho had unmistakably sufficiently observed and tossed on Rashford and Ander Herrera instead of Mata and the inadequate Fred. The change appeared to have the coveted impact as United ruled ball possession, with Sánchez drawing a decent spare from Begovic before Herrera hammered a shot only wide of the post.
Manchester United have kept just one clean sheet in the Premier League so far this season.
Callum Wilson keeps it that way. pic.twitter.com/vMjBKbW4tt
— Squawka Football (@Squawka) November 3, 2018
- However a wonderful goal line hindrance by the exceptional Netherlands universal Aké from Rashford’s shot after Young’s free-kick hit the woodwork indicated that it probably won’t be United’s day. Paul Pogba had additionally neglected to change over the bounce back, with Brooks tidying up the line for a second event, and when Herrera twisted another exertion wide of the objective it appeared their shot of triumph may have gone.
- A splendid streaming move began and wrapped up by Brooks could have exacerbated it notwithstanding for United however yet again De Gea was equivalent to his shot.
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) November 1, 2018
- It was to demonstrate vital as the clock ticked into damage time. Rashford jumped on an uncommon mix-up from the until now flawless Aké to hammer home the victor and keep Mourinho’s smaller than expected recovery pretty much on track.
Match 2 of 10: Newcastle vs Watford
Result: 1 – 0
- Newcastle: Ayoze Perez 65′
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- Ki Sung-yueng had transformed into something of an undetectable man since joining Newcastle the previous summer yet on Saturday he ventured off the seat and out of the shadows to make a conceivably season-changing goal for Ayoze Pérez.
- At the eleventh endeavor Newcastle had at long last won a Premier League diversion. Valid, there were broadened sections of play when they rode their fortunes against Watford yet with Federico Fernández exceeding expectations in focal safeguard the evening finished on an uncommon note of Tyneside positive thinking.
FULL-TIME Newcastle 1-0 Watford
— Premier League (@premierleague) November 3, 2018
- Javi Gracia could not be blamed for neglecting to get his work done. Watford’s director had observed each moment of Newcastle’s 10, winless, League matches this season which, notwithstanding for a generously compensated best level administrator, could be understood as going past the honorable obligation.
- Likewise, Gracia realized that Watford’s aggregate speed and brilliant difference in pace was probably going to disrupt Benítez’s group. He obviously urged his players to utilize the full width of the pitch against rivals who frequently protected too profoundly and too barely yet may have been somewhat disillusioned at the achievement Newcastle delighted in any event midway stifling Gerard Deulofeu.
Perez gets Newcastle off and running: Newcastle recorded their first Premier League victory of the season as Ayoze Perez scored in a 1-0 win over Watford on Saturday. https://t.co/eKfazx2ME3 pic.twitter.com/T8i6SqWcxN
— sporting news (@sportingnewsww) November 3, 2018
- On the off chance that the previous Barcelona winger remained a huge irritation he was not permitted to be very as ruinous as he once in a while can be.
- In spite of the fact that the meeting director was likewise conceivably marginally shocked by the noteworthy enhancement in the exuberant Kenedy and Yoshinori Muto as Benítez’s side now and again assaulted with genuine hazard, he additionally knew Watford would definitely have taken an early lead had Fernández not been appreciating such a remarkable evening at the core of the home protection.
- Sent close by Jamaal Lascelles – who, joyfully, was not booed by Gallowgate Enders insulted by his statement that Mike Ashley was “a pleasant person” – Fernández accomplished more than anybody to hold Newcastle together, his quality filling in as a type of eminently glue super-stick. At the point when, as he frequently did, Deulofeu got away DeAndre Yedlin, Fernández was constantly the man to hinder his way.
— Footytool (@Footytool9ja) November 3, 2018
- All things considered, Watford had their odds. The minute when Kiko Femenía’s cunning backheel freed the astonishingly inventive Will Hughes underlined their armada footed ability and it was not well before Hughes saw a goalbound shot blocked. In the mean time an Adrian Mariappa exertion was tidied up the line and a similar player hauled a shot barely wide before Martin Dubravka occupied another from Isaac Success who had been keenly signaled up by Deulofeu.
- At the contrary end, Ben Foster, was once in a while called to arms yet responded forcefully to repulse Mohamed Diamé’s calculated drive and looked soothed to see a Jonjo Shelvey free kick bend over the bar. With Watford commanding ball possession, Newcastle expected to take those risks – and, when they had the ball they expected to move it quicker. Rather they tended to take a touch an excessive number of as they weighed up their alternatives and oftentimes exaggerated.
— Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) November 3, 2018
- It did not help their motivation that, by the 51st moment, they had utilized each of the three substitutes subsequent to losing Muto, Lascelles and Shelvey to wounds. Gracia detected chance and bounced here and there in disappointment after Success left Yedlin on his rear and empowered Roberto Pereyra to twist in a shot which bounced back off the bar.
- Conceded Kenedy miscued an uncommon welcoming opening to test Foster yet the general force was particularly with Watford. It would take something exceptionally unique to change the story be that as it may, finally, Newcastle summoned one of those watershed minutes which can change amusements as well as in some cases, whole seasons.
- Whenever Ki, on for Shelvey, whipped in a free kick, Pérez met the previous Swansea midfielder’s conveyance and flicked a header past Foster. Unexpectedly Pérez had started the evening on the seat in the wake of some poor exhibitions and was just on the pitch because of Muto’s damage.
A turning point?
It took 11 games, but Newcastle United have their first win of the Premier League season.
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) November 3, 2018
- Abruptly however he and Newcastle had re-found their touch. Without a doubt they looked a totally changed group and would before long have multiplied their preference had Salomón Rondón not headed wide from eight yards in the wake of interfacing with Kenedy’s cross.
- Up in the chiefs’ container, Ashley, an ordinary here nowadays, dealt with a grin yet the home lead stayed delicate. A notice of this landed as Success crossed and substitute Andre Gray looked sure to score, until the point that Kenedy mediated with a courageous, objective anticipating tackle. At this point Matt Ritchie was limping in any case, despite seemingly insurmountable opposition, he and Newcastle by one way or another clung on.
— Ronald Potzmann (@RPotzmann) November 2, 2018
Match 3 of 10: Everton vs Brighton
Result: 3 – 1
- Everton: Richarlison 26′, 77′, Seamus Coleman 50′
- Brighton: Lewis Dunk 33′
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- Marco Silva wore the fulfilled grin of an administrator whose group had clicked. Two magnificent completions from Richarlison in addition to Seamus Coleman’s first goal since breaking his leg 20 months back presented to Everton a persuading and amazing win over Brighton. The in-frame guests were forgotten about by Goodison Park’s best display under their Portuguese supervisor.
- Brighton touched base here with the certainty of three continuous best flight wins out of the blue since 1981 yet were on the back foot all through as Everton played with experience, speed and style. Coleman praised his goal indignantly, his first since coming back from that horrendous twofold leg break was a minute to appreciate.
Everton won the match 3-1. pic.twitter.com/BbYVzNukN7
— Aaron Mubanga Jnr (@Mubajnr) November 3, 2018
- Everton were superb, going with aim and moving astutely, and ought to have led the pack some time before Richarlison’s fifth goal of the season. The hosts hoped to discharge their full-backs at each accessible chance and nearly benefitted when Michael Keane’s fine ball sent Coleman hurrying far from Gaetan Bong.
- From the byline, the Republic of Ireland skipper discovered Sigurdsson plain before objective however his association was poor and scraped crosswise over objective. He met Digne’s enticing conveyance with a cleaner exertion minutes after the fact in any case, under strain from Shane Duffy, could just locate the side-netting. Kurt Zouma likewise headed wide from a Digne corner as Silva’s group kept up the weight.
FULL-TIME Everton 3-1 Brighton
— Premier League (@premierleague) November 3, 2018
- The misses did not dissuade Everton’s promise to assault and they were deservedly compensated by their £40 million summer marking. A fine goal it was as well. Silva had said on Friday that his group picked up and lost from changing Richarlison from the flank to the forward line.
- The supervisor’s diligence satisfied when Sigurdsson traded goes with Bernard, strung a brilliant ball into the Brazil global and he drove a first time shot into the top of Mat Ryan’s goal. It was the primary objective that Brighton had yielded in 321 minutes.
- Brighton debilitated once in a while – because of Everton’s predominance of ownership as opposed to an absence of experience on their part – yet leveled quickly from a well-taken and first rate corner.
Everton 1 ✖ 1 Brighton
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— Roger da Tuf (@RogerDogMal) November 3, 2018
- Beram Kayal got the home side uninformed with a short corner to Solly March who cleared a risky cross into the six-yard box. Lewis Dunk, venturing far from Idrissa Gana Gueye and Zouma, gave Jordan Pickford no possibility with an intense header from short proximity.
- The example stayed unaltered after the interim with Everton squeezing and Brighton breaking just once in a while on the counter assault. The telling Gana Gueye struck within a post with a daisy-shaper from 18 yards. Bernard restored the bounce back to the far post where Theo Walcott, at full stretch, volleyed wide.
#PL HALF-TIME SCORES
Cardiff 0-0 Leicester
Everton 1-1 Brighton
Newcastle 0-0 Watford
West Ham 1-1 Burnley pic.twitter.com/NOCJ9878uc
— Premier League (@premierleague) November 3, 2018
- Bernard was likewise included when Everton retook the lead right off the bat in the second half. He discovered Andre Gomes, whose endeavor to round Kayal was ended by the midfielder’s test.
- The ball moved on to Coleman and the privilege back, having scrutinized his choices, drove a low complete from the edge of the territory into Ryan’s far corner. It was the 30-year-old’s first goal since January 2017 and he celebrated in strangely furious mold, denouncing with the Gwladys Street over something apparently said. They presented appropriate reparations with a vociferous interpretation of “Sixty thousand Seamus Coleman”.
? “Everton dumped me. We finished 8th but it still wasn’t good enough…”
? “When you first lose your job you think: ‘how am I going to cope?’”
On the Sporting Couch: a psychological profile of Sam Allardyce this Sunday.
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— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) November 3, 2018
- Everton’s goals were all simple on the eye, with regards to their general execution, however Richarlison’s second of the evening was the emerge. It originated from an uncommon error from Dunk who sold his focal protective accomplice Duffy short with an under-cooked cross-field pass.
- The Brazilian jumped instantly. First he blocked, at that point he adjusted the previous Everton safeguard, dashed clear, meshed around the Brighton goalkeeper and opened into a vacant net from the edge. A fitting end to Everton’s best showcase under their new chief.
? | Team news is in at Goodison Park – and Marco sticks with the same XI from the previous two games.
— Everton (@Everton) November 3, 2018
Match 4 of 10: West Ham vs Burnley FC
Result: 4 – 2
- West Ham: Marko Arnautović 10′, Felipe Anderson 68′, 84′, Javier Hernandez 90+2′
- Burnley FC: Johann Berg Gumundsson 45′, Chris Wood 77′
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- The West Ham Way is an undefined idea that incites both discussion and disparagement however, without an unmistakable definition, this match could be a valuable groundwork. A great many people in a horde of more than 56,000 appeared to appreciate the way of this triumph, regardless of whether the scoreline ought to have been more earnest.
- The club’s record marking, Felipe Anderson, got twice, while the magnificent Marko Arnautovic struck once and Javier Hernández finished off an engaging execution in stoppage time.
- It was astounding that it took so long to settle the issue, as Burnley were pitiable for parts of this diversion however stayed in contact on account of goals by Johann Berg Gudmundsson and Chris Wood.
All of Liverpool’s Premier League games since the start of the season:
✅ 4-0 West Ham
✅ 0-2 Crystal Palace
✅ 1-0 Brighton
✅ 1-2 Leicester
✅ 1-2 Tottenham
✅ 3-0 Southampton
➖0-0 Manchester City
✅ 0-1 Huddersfield
✅ 4-1 Cardiff
➖ 1-1 Arsenal
— LFC Transfer Room (@LFCTransferRoom) November 3, 2018
- West Ham touched base on a four-coordinate winless streak yet in a superior mind-set, in any case, than when they last facilitated Burnley. That was in March and Sean Dyche’s men breezed to a 3-0 win, the environment falling to such profundities that neighborhood fans stepped on to the pitch to dissent. This time jobs were to some degree turned around, with West Ham ambitious from the begin while the guests verged on shambolic. Given that, it took some clarifying that the half-time score was 1-1.
- Burnley did not look equipped for accomplishing equality until minutes before the break, when Gudmundsson delivered a clean complete in the wake of being put through on objective by Ashley Westwood, who had jumped on a free ball in midfield. That rebuffed a slip by West Ham, who could have been a few objectives in front by at that point.
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- Arnautovic had put the hosts in front in the tenth moment in tasty form. The Austrian, making an appreciated come back to West Ham’s side in the wake of missing their last two matches with a stomach sickness, enjoyed extraordinary sickening James Tarkowski, who had harmed him with a substantial handle from the get-go.
- At the point when Tarkowski dithered on the ball outside his own territory, Arnautovic soothed him of it and let go into the net, at that point midsection chuckled even with the gutted safeguard.
- After ten minutes the striker could have multiplied West Ham’s lead, swapping a shrewd one-two with Felipe Anderson before opening flame from eight yards. This time Joe Hart, who got a sprinkling of sneers on his arrival to the club where he slumped while on credit last season, had the fulfillment of making a fine spare.
— Aaron Flynn (@Flynnzer89) November 3, 2018
- Between those two possibilities, Grady Diangana, West Ham’s wonderfully dubious 20-year-old winger, was denied a punishment in the wake of being felled in the 18-yard-box by Steven Defour.
- Burnley, so strong last season, were racked by butterflies, particularly at the back. Diangana undermined to rebuff messiness by Charlie Taylor in the 28th moment, however the left-back recouped to make up. After two minutes Westwood played an imprudent pass directly to Declan Rice, who helped it towards Felipe Anderson, dashing in front the left. The Brazilian’s twisting shot escaped Hart yet not the backtracking Ben Mee, who took it off the line splendidly.
FULL-TIME West Ham 4-2 Burnley
— Premier League (@premierleague) November 3, 2018
- Burnley, beaten intensely by Manchester City and Chelsea in their past two trips, had come to assault yet their anxiety in safeguard and offensive absence of innovativeness in midfield implied that their two advances, Matej Vydra and Sam Vokes, were given yet morsels. The away side were looking sad.
- But then, West Ham let them draw level. Westwood was permitted to gather the ball in midfield after an unconvincing header by Pedro Obiang and after that strung a go between the home focus backs and into the way of Gudmundsson, who completed well.
- Having let slip the activity, West Ham tried to recover it in the second half, in spite of the fact that Burnley moved forward.
FT: West Ham United 4-2 Burnley
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- The West Ham administrator Manuel Pellegrini pursued triumph by presenting another striker, Javier Hernández, for the midfielder Obiang soon after the hour. The Mexican would definitely have scored very quickly notwithstanding a superbly coordinated mediation by Mee, who occupied Arnautovic’s cross out for a corner.
- West Ham continued coming and Burnley did not wait for any longer. After stunning work by Arnautovic and Diangana in the 68th moment, Anderson let go the ball through the propelling Hart’s legs from 12 yards.
— Premier League (@premierleague) November 3, 2018
- Dyche needed to invigorate another impossible fightback – and he did as such. Two substitutes invoked an equalizer, Robbie Brady conveying a corner to Chris Wood, who jumped above Robert Snodgrass to head effectively into the net.
- West Ham, ever gutsy, pulled away for a third time, however simply after Anderson struck the post following more deft interaction by Diangana and Arnautovic. That match consolidated again in the 81st moment to make another open door for Anderson, and this time the Brazilian’s shot discovered the net through an avoidance off Mee.
- Extraordinarily, Burnley nearly leveled again yet Wood’s header in the 85th moment bobbed out off the crossbar. West Ham finally anchored the triumph when Hernández adjusted off a counterattack with a fine complete in stoppage time.
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