Tottenham wasted the impossible, a shock for Liverpool in the city derby


After the end of the national team break, the players in the English championship also returned to the pitch. The fifth round began with a derby between leading Everton and Liverpool, who suffered a defeat against Aston Villa in the previous round. The champions took the lead twice, but the leading city rivals did not give up and eventually came to a draw (2: 2). Madrid returnee Gareth Bale played for Tottenham on Sunday, and Jose Mourinho’s squad drew with West Ham.

The red team from Liverpool scored in the referee’s extra time to win, but the VAR decided that Liverpool scored with the help of a forbidden position. Slow motion showed that Sadio Mane it wasn’t too fast, and the technology that was supposed to help prevent mistakes made it kicked into the dark again.

Forbidden position?

Not only were the English champions angered by the referees, a few hours after the match Liverpool also found out how serious the knee injury was Virgila Van Dijka, who collided with the goalkeeper at the beginning of the match Jordan Pickford. According to beINSPORTS, the Dutchman tore his cruciate ligament and will be 7 to 8 months old.

Virgil van Dijk will be 7 to 8 months old due to a serious knee injury
Photo: Reuters

Chelsea were already leading 2-0 in the second game of the day against Souhampton, which in the end was not enough to win. Councilors are in the judge’s appendix through Jannika Vestergaarda tied at 3-3 and cheered on big points at Stamford Bridge.

The most expensive goalkeeper of all time Kepa Arrizabalaga again did not have his day:

In the derby round, between Man City and Arsenal, which was also interesting due to the showdown of former close associates on the blue-blue bench of Pep Guardiola and Mikel Arset, City celebrated. He scored the only goal of the match in the first half Raheem Sterling.

Man Utd, on the other hand, hosted Newcastle for the end of Saturday. The Magpies held a draw until the 86th minute, but then broke through the defensive wall Bruno Fernandes and decided to meet. The Red Devils scored twice more by the end of the match and at least at first glance won reliably, but it was all before it could.

Gareth Bale played for Tottenham again.  He entered the game in the 72nd minute of the match.

Gareth Bale played for Tottenham again. He entered the game in the 72nd minute of the match.
Photo: Reuters

On Sunday, Tottenham drew with West Ham, even though the team led by Portuguese strategist Jose Mourinho was already leading 3-0 in the 16th minute of the match. Two goals were scored by Harry Kane, one by Korean Heung-Min Son, and for the first time since returning from Real Madrid, Welshman Gareth Bale played for the London team. In the second half, West Ham took care of a tense end to the match, scoring three equalizing goals from the 82nd minute onwards and making sure the hosts trembled for a point.

Welbeck joined Brighton

Former Arsenal and Manchester United footballer Danny Welbeck today joined English Premier League side Brighton, with whom he signed a one-year contract. The 29-year-old striker was a free agent after breaking up with Watford in early October, dropping out of the Premier League.

Vir: STA

English Championship, Round 5:

Saturday, October 17:
Everton : Liverpool 2:2 (1:1)
Keane 19., Calvert-Lewin 81.; Mane 3., Salah 72.
R.K.: Richarlison 90./Everton

Chelsea : Southampton 3:3 (2:1)
Werner 15., 28., Havertz 59 .; Ings 43., Adams 57., Vestergaard 90. + 2

Manchester City : Arsenal 1:0 (1:0)
Sterling 23.

Newcastle : Manchester United 1:4 (1:1)
Shaw 2./a.g.; Maguire 23., Fernandes 86., Wan-Bissaka 90., Rashford 90.+6

Sunday, October 18:
Sheffield United : Fulham 1:1 (0:0)
Sharp 85./11-m; lookman 77.

Crystal Palace : Brighton 1:1 (1:0)
Zaha 19./11-m; Mac Allister 90.; RK: Dunk 90+3/Brighton

Tottenham: West Ham 3:3 (3:0)
They are 1., Kane 8., 16 .; Balbuena 82., Sanchez 85./ag, Lanzini 90 + 4

20.15 Leicester – Aston Villa

Monday, October 19:
18.30 West Brom – Burnley
21.00 Leeds – Wolves

Top scorers:

7 − Calvert-Lewin (Everton), Son Heung Min (Tottenham),
6 – Salah (Liverpool),
5 −  Vardy (Leicester), Kane (Tottenham),
4 − Ings (Southmapton), Mane (Liverpool), Maupay (Brighton), Wilson (Newcastle), Zaha (Crystal Palace)


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