Bankruptcy in Manchester derby! City loses connection completely – Transgaming
by: Adam Smith
12th December 2019
Jürgen Klopp is unstoppable with Liverpool in the Premier League. The Reds won 3-0 (2-0) on Saturday at AFC Bournemouth and extended the lead at the top of the table to eleven points. Actor Leicester City could return to eight points with a win Sunday (3pm) at Aston Villa.
The defending champions Manchester City are steadily falling back. In the derby against local rivals, the team defeated Pep Guardiola 1: 2 (0: 2) and already have 14 points behind Liverpool after 16 games. Country player Ilkay Gündogan came on in the 86th minute.
Jose Mourinho celebrated his fourth victory in Tottenham Hotspur's fifth competitive match. Three days after 1: 2 at Manchester United, Spurs win 5-0 (3: 0) against Burnley by. Tottenham climbed to sixth place.
The Spurs were looking for early goals by Kane (4) and Lucas Moura (9) already at 2: 0, when Son picked up a ball on his own penalty area and began to dribble. Until the opponent's goal led him his only action, which he completed with the goal of 3: 0 (32). Again, Kane (54th) and Moussa Sissoko (74th) got the final result.
Rashford puts United in the lead
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (35), ex-Naby Keita (44) and superstar Mo Salah (54) scored the goals for Liverpool, unbeaten in 33 Premier League appearances.
Offense Marcus Rashford scored for United on penalty (23) and had bad luck later (28), Anthony Martial increased to 2: 0 (29). The Brazilian Fred was apparently struck by an object as he tried to score a corner for the visitors (67 & # 39;). Nicolas Otamendi abbreviated (85th).
Niko Kovac sees free kick from Everton
Three days after the delicate derby defeat to Liverpool (2-5), Everton have landed a free-kick in the Premier League. Under interim coach Duncan Ferguson, the Toffees landed thanks to the results of Richarlison (5th) and Dominic Calvert-Lewin (49th, 84th) a 3-1 win over Chelsea – ahead of Niko Kovac.
The Toffees had first separated on Friday from Portuguese coach Marco Silva. The extent to which the visit of the former FC Bayern coach in Liverpool may have to do with a possible appointment as a future Everton coach is unclear.
For information from SPOX and target Kovac told Everton fans he was taking a break from football and will likely see more matches in England this weekend.
Kovac saw an exciting game of emotion and physical adversity where the Toffees served on many defensive Blues pitches. Apart from the first first goal of Mateo Kovacic (52) came too little from Londoners.