to update Düsseldorf Leaders Manchester City suffered a sudden setback in the English Premier League. On the other hand, Manchester United scored an important victory at the last minute. Marcus Rashford’s goal in the third minute of stoppage time saw the Red Devils beat West Ham United 1-0.
Leaders Manchester City suffered a sudden setback in the English Premier League. Pep Guardiola’s side have not got more than 1-1 (0-1) at Southampton and haven’t scored three times for the first time after 12 consecutive league wins.
With 57 points, Sky Blue still holds the lead, and Liverpool, who play at Crystal Palace on Sunday (3pm / Sky), lead with 12 points.
Even as Kyle Walker Peters (7th) let the stranger smell the big sensation for a while, Aymeric Laporte (65) at least managed to tie the Nationals. Southampton had previously missed some chances to make it 2-0. After the tie, the filter had two more bad luck with aluminum (70’/72′).
Manchester United, the English Premier League champion, had earlier celebrated an important last minute victory in the English Premier League on Saturday. German coach Ralf Rangnick’s side beat West Ham United 1-0, with a goal by Marcus Rashford in the third minute of stoppage time, bypassing their neighbors at the table and their direct opponents to book a place in the Champions League.
After the first half at Old Trafford went without convincing chances for either side, both Man United and the London visitors invested a bit more after the break. However, there were only a few direct shots on target in the second half. Only at the last stage did an entertaining game develop – with a better ending for Man United. Edinson Cavani provided the assist to Rashford after a pass from Anthony Martial. Rangnick had come shortly before that.
Fourth place in the table, the Red Devils now have 38 points and one point more than West Ham United, who have played a game more. However, behind them are rivals Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal who still have a few games to play and could catch Manchester United with a win.
The match between Brentford and Wolverhampton Wanderers was a strange match break. After about half an hour of play, referee Peter Bankers asked both teams to enter the dressing room when the score was 0-0 because a drone was flying over the field. After a 26-minute break, the first half continued with 19 minutes of extra time, and Wolves won 2-1.
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