Premier League ’18-19 – Highlights: Matt Doherty’s 94th Minute Stunner Proves Match Winning

This is the next match of the Premier League, Match Day 16 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 13 3 0 42
2 Manchester City 13 2 1 41
3 Tottenham 12 0 4 36
4 Chelsea 10 4 2 34
5 Arsenal 10 4 2 34
6 Manchester United 7 5 4 26
7 Everton 6 5 4 23
8 Bournemouth 7 2 7 23
9 Leicester City 6 4 6 22
10 Wolves 6 4 6 22

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

English Premier League 2018-19 – Full Schedule

Match 9 of 10: Newcastle vs Wolves

Result: 1 – 2

Goal Scorers:

  • Newcastle: Ayoze Perez 23′
  • Wolves: Jota 17′, Matt Doherty 90+4′

Match Statistics:

Newcastle Team Stats Wolves
12 Shots 13
4 Shots On Target 6
51% Possession 49%
425 Passes 424
79% Pass Accuracy 80%
10 Fouls 17
2 Yellow Cards 5
1 Red Cards 0
0 Offsides 2
4 Corners 6


Premier League

  • Football can be an unfeeling, savage sport. As they spilled out of St. James’ Park sickened by a Wolverhampton champ in the fourth included time, Newcastle United fans were sharing that feeling.
  • Down to ten men for 38 minutes, including five of included time, Newcastle had held out with disobedience and some self-control – however goalkeeper Martin Dubravka made a trio of magnificent recoveries.
  • Be that as it may, when Dubravka pushed away Diogo Jota’s rising shot, the bounce back fell onto the head of Matt Doherty who gestured in from six yards.

  • Newcastle were smashed. They had battled valiantly. DeAndre Yedlin was demonstrated a straight red card by ref Mike Dean for puling down the Wolves’ first scorer Jota – when a few referees may have given a yellow.
  • Rafa Benítez could scarcely contain his irritation on the touchline as he seethed at the fourth official and the home group were additionally chafed when their goalscorer Ayoze Pérez went down in a load after an impact and stray elbow from Willy Boly.
  • In any case, that was nothing contrasted with the late, late champ that implies after six diversions without a win Wolves have consecutive triumphs.

  • The twenty two year-old marked from Atletico Madrid scored his first Premier League goal against Chelsea on Wednesday night and his second came rapidly after.
  • You can envision Benítez was entirely disappointed when, following 17 minutes of open, end-to-end play, Helder Costa cut in from the Wolves right and cut a corner to corner cross to the far post.
  • The ball flew over the head of Jamaal Lascelles to Jota. It appeared as though Lascelles was very amazed to see Jota there. The Newcastle chief was pondering where Yedlin was.

  • Jota did not give it a second thought. He caught the ball on his chest and sent a padded five-yard volley in off the stomach of the uncovered Dubravka.
  • Just an opportune handle from Ciaran Clark three minutes after the fact halted the rambunctious Adama Traoré surrounding a Wolves second.
  • Newcastle were shaken. However, it was brief. Salomon Rondon had been splendid from commencement – he had a volley on focus after only 35 seconds – and when Pérez was brought down on 23 minutes on the edge of the Wolves region, the West Brom loanee ventured up a struck a fine free-kick.

  • It smacked down off the crossbar and was hacked get out of the Wolves zone. Rondon was there pausing. He instantly sent in an incredible, twisting cross at pace. It is the sort a middle forward like Rondon savors.
  • His forward accomplice, Perez, did, getting a flick that was both sensitive and incredible. It circled over Rui Patricio, a fine goal.

  • It was an even challenge. At that point, 12 minutes into the second half, Yedlin took a go from substitute Javier Manquillo justified back position.
  • Yedlin could see and feel Jota squeezing and the American terrified, half-faltering. Jota nipped in and was going to enter the Newcastle box when Yedlin pulled him back. Arbitrator Dean had a selection of cards and picked red. He should not have thought the covering Lascelles would have crosswise over so as to square Jota.

  • Wolves had the greater part a hour to utilize their numerical preference and on 76 minutes they were centimeters from making the most of it.
  • Substitute Raul Jimenez was on the finish of a quick breakaway and broke an extraordinary shot off the crossbar.

Dubravka then made a flying prevent from Doherty and another spare from Jimenez.

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