Weekend Football Review

An exciting week of football action!

Premier League MW 8

Brighton 1 vs. 0 West Ham

Brighton got back to winning ways as a Glenn Murray goal in the 25th minute was enough for the Seagulls. West Ham had been in good form and responded well in the second half but Brighton held on for the points. Brighton move up to 13th with the win while West Ham drop to 15th. 

Burnley 1 vs. 1 Huddersfield

Vokes scored in the 20th minute but Schindler equalised for Huddersfield in the 66th minute to achieve a point for the winless side. Huddersfield had the better game but could not score the goal that would give them their first win of the Premier League season. Burnley remain 12th in the league while Huddersfield move up to 18th with the point. 

Crystal Palace 0 vs. 1 Wolverhampton

Doherty scored in the 56th minute to give Wolves another win in the league. Crystal Palace responded well but saves from Patricio meant that Wolves held on. Crystal Palace drop to 14th while Wolves climb higher to 7th.

Leicester 1 vs. 1 Everton

Richarlison scored in the 7th minute to open the scoring for Everton but Leicester responded well and Ricardo Pereira scored an excellent goal to equalise in the 40th minute. Sigurdsson scored the winner in the 77th minute to seal the points for Everton. Leicester drop to 10th while Everton are 11th now. 

Tottenham 1 vs. 0 Cardiff

Dier scored in the 8th minute and Tottenham held on for the rest of the game to gain another three points. Cardiff did well throughout the game and Tottenham failed to dominate the Welsh side. Cardiff remain winless this season and move to the bottom of the table while Tottenham drop to 5th. 

Watford 0 vs. 4 Bournemouth

In an unexpected result what was supposed to be a close game became a thrashing as Bournemouth rolled over Watford. David Brooks opened the scoring and Kabasele was sent off for a second yellow in the 32nd minute. King then added two more before Wilson scored in the 47th minute to finish Watford off. Watford dropped down to 9th with the loss while Bournemouth move up to 6th. 

Man United 3 vs. 2 Newcastle

Kennedy and Muto scored in the first 10 minutes of the game to make it seem like Mourinho was going to get sacked mid game. Newcastle held on to their lead up til the 70th minute but United had come out a different side for the second half and Mata and Martial scored in 5 minutes to restore parity between the two sides. Sanchez then scored a 90th minute winner to seal the three points for United. Mourinho holds on to his job until the Chelsea game but its seems like a case of when and not if.

Fulham 1 vs. 5 Arsenal

Arsenal thrashed Fulham to keep their high flying start to the season going. Lacazette scored in the 29th minute but Schurrle equalised in the 44th minute as the teams went into half time level. Arsenal blitzed Fulham in the second half as Lacazette, Ramsey, and two goals by Aubameyang sealed the deal. Ramsey’s goal in particular was magnificent team play. Arsenal move up to a familiar fourth while Fulham remain 17th.

Liverpool 0 vs. 0 Man City 

In an unexpected result Liverpool and City held each other to a goalless draw at Anfield. Mahrez missed a penalty in the 86th minute as Liverpool drop down to third while City remain first and Chelsea move up to second but all are on 20 points.

La Liga MW 8

Real Madrid continued their poor run of results as they lost to Alaves after a goal in the 95th minute. Atletico beat Betish by a goal while Barca where held to a draw by Valencia. The results mean that Sevilla move to top La Liga while Barca, Atletico and Real follow. 

Serie MW 8 

Juventus beat Udinese 2-0, Roma won away at Empoli by two goals as well. Milan beat Chievo 3-1, while Napoli beat Sassuolo 2-0, Inter also managed to beat SPAL 2-1. Juventus are still on a winning streak as they lead Serie A while Napoli, Inter and Lazio follow. 

Bundesliga MW 7

Schalke beat Dusseldorf beat 2-0, Dortmund won an amazing game as they beat Augsburg 4-3, and Bayern shockingly lost to Monchengladbach by 3 goals. Hoffenheim lost to Frankfurt 1-2, while Leipzig beat Nurnberg 6-0. Dortmund lead the table in Germany while Leipzig, Monchengladbach, and Werder follow. 

Ligue MW 9 

Marseille beat Caen 2-0, Monaco lost to Rennes 1-2, and PSG thrashed Lyon 5-0 as the Ligue 1 title might as well go to PSG already. Mbappe also managed to score 4 goals in 13 minutes. 

 

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