Match 4 of 10: Leicester City vs Wolves

Result: 2 – 0

Goal Scorers:

  • Leicester City: Matt Doherty 29′ (OG), James Maddison 45′

Match Statistics:

Leicester City Team Stats Wolves
6 Shots 11
2 Shots On Target 3
42% Possession 58%
384 Passes 499
82% Pass Accuracy 81%
10 Fouls 8
2 Yellow Cards 1
1 Red Cards 0
0 Offsides 1
1 Corners 9


  • Jamie Vardy was given a straight red card on his first beginning of the Premier League season as Leicester beat Wolves 2-0.
  • It was Wolves protector Matt Doherty who gave the Foxes the lead in the 29th moment as he fuelled a header into his own particular net, before James Maddison hit home on the stroke of half-time to seal the triumph.

  • Leicester finished the diversion with 10 men as Vardy was sent off in the 66th moment following a crunching studs-up handle on Doherty.

  • Wolves were denied by the woodwork on three events and gave the Leicester resistance bounty to consider, yet were not able make the achievement on a disappointing evening.
  • Some great work from Raul Jimenez saw him keep the ball in play before reducing for Doherty, yet his endeavoured strike was kept out by the legs of Ben Chilwell.

  • The guests shook the woodwork for a second time in the 22nd minute as Jimenez hooked onto a free ball at the highest point of the territory before hitting a deafening volley only to be stopped by Leicester goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel.

  • Wolves rolled out two half-time improvements, presenting Leo Bonatini and club-record marking Adama Traore, who was included in a flash. He lobbed a ball towards the back post for Jimenez however his shot was indeed obstructed by the legs of Chilwell.

  • Not long after, Demarai Gray additionally had a long-run exertion, however his strike cruised past Patricio’s upright.Leicester went down to ten men in the 66th minute after a horrible handle from Vardy.
  • But, even in the 2nd half, no goals were scored by Wolves as they lost their first match of the Premier league 2018-19.


Match 5 of 10: Everton vs Southampton

Result: 2 – 1

Goal Scorers:

  • Everton: Theo Walcott 15′, Richarlison 31′
  • Southampton: Danny Ings 54′

Match Statistics:

Everton Team Stats Southampton
13 Shots 15
7 Shots On Target 4
58% Possession 42%
424 Passes 300
74% Pass Accuracy 61%
8 Fouls 20
0 Yellow Cards 5
0 Red Cards 0
2 Offsides 3
2 Corners 5


  • Brazilian winger Richarlison proceeded with his shining begin to the season with his third objective in two recreations as Everton beat Southampton 2-1 in Marco Silva’s first amusement in control at Goodison Park.

  • The execution, as much as the scoreline, will have awed Everton’s supporters, who saw previous Saint Theo Walcott dink the ball over the attendant after a sharp free kick between Leighton Baines and Morgan Schneiderlin.
  • In spite of the fact that Schneiderlin got injured, Everton scored their 2nd goal, when Richarlison headed home Walcott’s cross.

  • Southampton attempted to control the Brazilian, who was hacked down on a few events, with the guests accepting five yellow cards.
  • In any case, they reacted well after the interim with Danny Ings, who had prior been denied by a superb Jordan Pickford spare, tapping home from four yards for his first objective for the club on his first beginning.

  • At the opposite end, Walcott’s evening could have been far superior yet he had a goal precluded for offside and spurned a late shot when he was spotless through on goal.


Match 6 of 10: Chelsea vs Arsenal

Result: 3 – 2

Goal Scorers:

  • Chelsea: Pedro 9′, Alvaro Morata 20′, Marcos Alonso Mendoza 81′
  • Arsenal: Henrikh Mkhitaryan 37′, Alex Iwobi 41′

Match Statistics:

Chelsea Team Stats Arsenal
24 Shots 15
11 Shots On Target 6
63% Possession 37%
719 Passes 427
89% Pass Accuracy 82%
12 Fouls 9
0 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
3 Offsides 3
5 Corners 1


  • Chelsea anchored their second in a row win of the season and condemned Arsenal to a second annihilation with a 3-2 win in a Stamford Bridge thriller, that had seen Arsenal battle once more from two goals down to level.
  • The Blues squeezed Arsenal from the beginning, with Pedro whipping an exertion over and Jorginho chipping a pass only too far before the meandering Ross Barkley.

  • Yet, after Mesut Ozil had directed crosswise across goal for Arsenal, Maurizio Sarri’s side were remunerated for their endeavour, as Jorginho played the ball down the left for Marcos Alonso, whose cross set up the plain Pedro to sidefoot past Petr Cech.
  • Barkley came near to double the lead, but failed to do so.

  • Minutes later, Chelsea’s Alvaro Morata locked on to a long pass and outsmarted, Arsenal’s defender, Shkodran Mustafi and scored a goal.
  • In reply, Arsenal’s Henrikh Mkhitaryan scored at the 37th minute to make it 2-1.

  • And, 4 minutes later, Bellerin and Mkhitaryan’s excellent passing gave the ball to Alex Iwobi who scored the equalizer to make it 2-2.
  • In the 2nd half, both sides took their chances but no goals were being scored as the match came into the last 10 minutes.
  • This is when, Marcos Alonso scored the decisive 5th goal of the match, as Chelsea won their 2nd match in a row of the Premier League 2018-19.

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