Premier League ’18-19 – Highlights: Wolves Continue To Surprise
This is the next two matches of Premier League, Match Day 5 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 8 of 10: Wolves Vs Burnley FC
Result: 1 – 0
- Wolves: Raul Jiminez 61′
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- Wolverhampton Wanderers perpetrated a 4th progressive thrashing on Burnley with a 1-0 triumph at Molineux, leaving the guests second base of the Premier League after they qualified for the Europa League last season.
- After Wolves passed up on a few opportunities in the principal half, Raul Jimenez jumped in the 61st moment to break the gridlock with his 2nd goal of the season.
- Burnley squeezed for a leveller, however did not have any genuine danger in assault, gathering only two agreeable shots on focus in the whole match.
30 attempts on goal by Wolves today. Lovely to see a promoted team play such positive football. What a welcome addition to the Premier League.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) 16 September 2018
- Wolves keep on looking at home in the best flight and sit in the best 50% of the table with eight points from 5 recreations, while Burnley, who completed 7th last season, have a single point.
- Wolves commanded for substantial swathes of the main half, yet were kept under control by Burnley goalkeeper Joe Hart, who made three spares with hardly a pause in between towards the finish of the opening time frame.
- After the break, Jimenez ought to have opened the scoring from inside the container, yet blasted over with the goal at his benevolence.
I’ve seen some Wolves fans complaining they only scored 1 today out of the 30 chances created.
If anything you should be happy that your team has the ability to create that many chances in a premier league match after just being promoted.
It’s a positive #wwfc
— Theo (@Thogden) 16 September 2018
- He presented appropriate reparations before long, in any case, dashing to the close post to meet a low Matt Doherty cross before directing the ball into the far corner.
- Wolves ought to have made the triumph more open to, having discharged 30 shots at Hart’s goal; the most they have overseen in a solitary match in Premier League history, however needed to manage with Jimenez’s single strike.
We’re actually different gravy! Never thought I’d see Wolves absolutely batter teams in the Premier League. We’re on our way back! #wwfc
— RT (@RDTWWFC) 16 September 2018
Match 9 of 10: Everton vs West Ham
Result: 1 – 3
- Everton: Gylfi Sigurdsson 45+2′
- West Ham: Andriy Yarmolenko 11′, 31′, Marko Arnautovic 61′
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- Andriy Yarmolenko scored two first-half goals, as West Ham United vanquished Everton 3-1 to guarantee their first Premier League triumph of the season.
- Marko Arnautovic expanded the lead in the 2nd half, as West Ham abstained from ending up just the 5th group to open with 5 successive Premier League wins.
- Yarmolenko, who joined West Ham from Borussia Dortmund in July, opened the scoring in the 11th minute.
I’ve had terrible weekend. Kept going by telling self “Thank God Everton playing Sunday, I’ve got something to look forward to” Only for them to surrender meekly against bloody West Ham. Why do we watch? What keeps us coming back? In face of vast body of evidence to the contrary?
— roger bennett (@rogbennett) 16 September 2018
- With West Ham on the counterattack, Pedro Obiang played a ball over the highest point of the Everton resistance, as Arnautovic kept running before setting up Yarmolenko for 10 yards for his 1st goal with the club.
- 20 minutes later, the was lead multiplied after Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford’s giveaway, with Yarmolenko turning past Kurt Zouma and Lucas Digne to flame into the upper left corner.
Remember when Everton hired Marco Silva, signed Richarlison, Bernard, Digne, Andre Gomes, Yerry Mina and their fans thought they’d finish above Liverpool, challenge for the title and win both domestic cups? #EVEWHU
— MANÈ LIKE SALAH™ – THE REBIRTH (@TeeCharis___DRO) 16 September 2018
- Everton pulled one back in first-half included time when Gylfi Sigurdsson scored from a header after Jonjoe Kenny lifted it into the blender, however West Ham hushed Everton’s rebound endeavour when Arnautovic changed over effectively in the 61st moment for his 3rd goal of the season.
- The hosts almost scored a 2nd goal in the 84th minute, yet Oumar Niasse rung the crossbar from a volley six yards out.
I feel like I’m in an abusive relationship with Everton. I give them my all but they just hurt me again and again ?
— MarcoSilvaCanShagMyWife (@FinKitch) 16 September 2018
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