From Wolves the first defeat of the year for Manchester City, United’s descent continues!


Her absolute Manchester City in this year’s Premier League it became… the rain of the “wolves”!

THE Wolves prevailed 2-1 of the “citizens” and forced them into their first loss of points this year, with Dias’ own goal in the 13th minute putting Gary O’Neill’s team in front and Alvarez equalizing in the 58th minute. Nevertheless, the home side grabbed a second goal through Huang (66′) and celebrated a huge victory – with City losing for the second time in a row after being knocked out of the League Cup by Newcastle.

The not Manchester Unitedcontinued to disappoint, as lost 1-0 to Crystal Palace at home and suffered its fourth defeat in seven games! The match was decided in the 25th minute, with a goal by Andersen.

On the contrary, the Arsenal did her duty, as well destroyed Bournemouth 4-0 away and near the top. Saka (17′) and Edegaard (44′ pen.) gave the Londoners a two-goal lead from the first half, which they cleaned up in the second with Havertz (53′ pen.) and White (90+3′).

The not Lutonmade history by taking it their first win in the division, beating Everton 2-1 Away!

Lockyer (24′) and Morris (31′) laid the groundwork for the historic double, with Calvert-Lewin reducing in the 41′ but the “sweets” did not avoid defeat.

In London, his opponent Olympiakou in the Europa League, West Hamprevailed 2-0 (24′ Bowen, 37′ Sucek) of Sheffield United and returned to positive results, with Newcastle to win by the same score, thanks to goals by Almiron (14′) and Isak (76′ pen.) Burnley.

In detail, the program of the 7th matchday:

Saturday (30/9)

Aston Villa-Brighton 6-1

(14′, 21′, 65′ Watkins, 26′ aut. Estoupinian, 85′ Ramsey, 70′ Douglas Luiz – 50′ Fati)

West Ham-Sheffield United 2-0

(24′ Bowen, 37′ Sucek)

Wolves-Manchester City 2-1

(13′ aut. Dias, 66′ Huang – 58′ Alvares)

Everton-Luton 1-2

(41′ Calvert-Lewin – 25′ Lockyer, 31′ Morris)

Manchester United-Crystal Palace 0-1

(25′ Andersen)

Bournemouth-Arsenal 0-4

(17′ Saka, 44′ pen. Edegaard, 53′ pen. Havertz, 90+3′ White)

Newcastle-Burnley 2-0

(14′ Almiron, 76′ pen. Isak)

Tottenham-Liverpool (19:30)

Sunday (1/10)

Nottingham Forest-Bradford (16:00)

Monday (2/10)

Fulham-Chesley (22:00)

The schedule for the next (8th) matchday:

Saturday (7/10)

Luton-Tottenham (14:30)

Everton-Bournemouth (17:00)

Manchester United-Bradford (17:00)

Burnley-Chelsea (17:00)

Fulham-Sheffield United (17:00)

Crystal Palace Nottingham Forest (19:30)

Sunday (8/10)

West Ham-Newcastle (16:00)

Wolves-Aston Villa (16:00)

Brighton-Liverpool (16:00)

Arsenal-Manchester City (18:30)

Source: Sport Fm

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