The game that brought down the curtain on the 5th game of the Premier League ended without a winner, with the Nottingham Forest and Burnley to draw (1-1) at the seat of the first.
The visitors were the first to find the way to the net, when at 41′ Koleosso stepped into the area from the left, he also made the turn, with the ball reaching the edge of the large area in Amduniwho scored with a shot on the move.
His team Vangelis Marinakis created more chances in the match and eventually equalized at 62′thanks to its wonderful putt Hudson-Ondoi from the boundary of the large area.
In the 77th minute, Burnley scored again, this time with Foster. However, the goal was disallowed after his intervention VAR, for Foster’s hand. Through the video, she also came red to the same player, in stoppage time (90’+5′), with the numbers being the only thing that changed until the finale.
It was Burnley’s first point in the league, taking the home team to seven.
Detailed schedule of the 5th matchday:
(7′ Huang – 55′ Hakpo, 85′ Robertson, 90’+1′ auto Bueno)
Aston Villa-Crystal Palace 3-1
(88′ Duran, 90’+’8 pen. Douglas Lewis, 90’+10′ Bailey – 48′ Edouard)
West Ham-Manchester City 1-3
(36′ Ward-Prowse – 46′ Doku, 76′ B. Silva, 86′ Haaland)
Manchester United-Brighton 1-3
(73′ Maibri – 20′ Welbeck, 53′ Gross, 71′ Joao Pedro)
Tottenham-Sheffield United 2-1
(90’+8′ Richarlison, 90’+10′ Kulusevski – 74′ Hammer)
(64′ pen. Wilson)
Nottingham Forest-Burnley 1-1
(62′ Hudson-Ondoi – 41′ Amduni)
The schedule for the next (6th) matchday:
Crystal Palace-Fulham (17:00)
Manchester City-Nottingham Forest
Burnley-Manchester United (22:00)
Liverpool-West Ham (16:00)
Sheffield United-Newcastle (18:30)
Source: Sport Fm
I am currently a news writer for News Bulletin247 where I mostly cover sports news. I have always been interested in writing and it is something I am very passionate about. In my spare time, I enjoy reading and spending time with my family and friends.