Manchester United moved up to sixth with a hat-trick, Nottingham Forest dropped a point!

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The 2×2 did the Manchester Unitedprevailing on me 3-0 her West Ham -which is now “running” a streak of four matches without a win- and… put it at the bottom of the standings, in the “battle” for a European “ticket” through the Premier League.

Garnazzo was the main protagonist of this year’s biggest home victory of the “red devils”, as he scored two goals, both in the replay.

Earlier, Hoylund had opened the scoring, netting his fourth Premier League goal in as many appearances.

With the Hammers having a great chance to equalise, Emerson soon after and then seeing Onana make some good moves, keeping it 1-0 until Garnazzo took action.

She pinched a point, which may seem to her… golden in the attempt to avoid relegation Nottingham Forestas it came in a draw 1-1 with the BournemouthAway.

The “cherries” took the lead with a goal from the locker room, by Kluifert, just 5 minutes in, but the “reds” found the answer at the end of the first half with Hudson Ondoi. The score was unchanged in the replay, while Bournemouth finished the game with ten men due to abortion of Billingwith a straight red card in the 84th minute.

Second consecutive “heavy” defeat for the Chelseaafter the 4-1 from Liverpool, as he was defeated at home this time by 4-2 from Wolveswho in turn got her first “three points” after two unsuccessful attempts and… overtook her, by one point!

THE Swing it was he who signed Wolves’ impressive turnaround, with the Brazilian striker making hat trick and the “blues” to lose their lead before halftime, with an own goal by Disassi.

In detail, the program of the 23rd matchday:

Saturday (3/2)

Everton-Tottenham 2-2

(30′ Harrison, 90’+4′ Branthwaite – 4′, 41′ Richarlison)

Burnley-Fulham 2-2

(71′, 90’+1′ Fofana – 17′ Palinia, 21′ Munis)

Brighton-Crystal Palace 4-1

(3′ Dunk, 33′ Heinselwood, 34′ Buonanote, 84′ Joao Pedro – 71′ Mateta)

Newcastle-Luton 4-4

(7′, 23′ Longstaff, 67′ Trippier, 73′ Barnes – 21′ Oso, 40′ Barkley, 58′ Morris, 62′ Antebayo)

Sheffield United-Aston Villa 0-5

(12′ McGinn, 16′ Watkins, 20′ Bailey, 30′ Tielemans, 47′ Moreno)

Sunday (4/2)

Manchester United-West Ham 3-0

(23′ Hoylund, 49′, 84′ Garnazzo)

Bournemouth-Nottingham Forest 1-1

(5′ Kluifert – 45′ Hudson Ondoi)

Chelsea-Wolves 2-4

(19′ Palmer, 86′ Silva – 22′, 63′, 82′ pen. Kunia, 43′ auto. Disassi)

Arsenal-Liverpool (18:30)

Monday (5/2)

Brentford-Manchester City (22:00)

The schedule for the next (24th) matchday:

Saturday (10/2)

Manchester City-Everton (14:30)

Wolves-Bradford (17:00)

Liverpool-Burnley (17:00)

Luton-Sheffield United (17:00)

Tottenham-Brighton (17:00)

Fulham-Bournemouth (17:00)

Nottingham Forest-Newcastle (19:30)

Sunday (11/2)

West Ham-Arsenal (16:00)

Aston Villa-Manchester United (18:30)

Monday (12/2)

Crystal Palace-Chelsea (22:00)

Source: Sport Fm

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