Newcastle United beat Arsenal, Bournemouth / Premier League / J19 / Highlights /

“Arsenal” was stopped by “Newcastle” in the match (0:0) on Tuesday. “Manchester United”, the great winner of Bournemouth (3-0), took advantage of the opportunity to strengthen their place in the top 4 and return to the top. Magpies. In the evening’s other games, Fulham upset Leicester (0-1) and Brighton punished Everton (1-4), where Frank Lampard’s future looks increasingly uncertain.

Arsenal 0:0 Newcastle

The Premier League’s best defense lived up to its reputation at the Emirates. “Newcastle” was against the leader “Arsenal”, who won all the matches he played on his field before (0:0). Despite its obvious advantage, Gunners he could only hit the target four times. Martin Ødegaard’s set pieces created a threat, but Gabriel’s header went wide (35).e), as Gabriel Martinelli (79e). Eddie Nketiah has a match point with his feet but Nick Pope saves the shot (88)e). London’s defense was shaky in several sets (16e45e+2, 82e), but neither team will be able to score. To the fury of the Emirati community, who demanded a penalty for handball in extra time (90)e+5). We now await a response from Manchester City, who could return to within five points on Thursday.

Number: 10Nick Pope as number of clean sheets this season.

Manchester United 3:0 Bournemouth

Goals: Casemiro (23e), Shaw (49e) and Rashford (86e)

A fourth consecutive success to consolidate fourth place in the standings. Manchester United logically defeated Bournemouth at Old Trafford, conceding three goals to the worst defense in the championship (3-0). Main Casemiro opened the match by saving Christian Eriksen’s free-kick (23e). Luke Shaw scored a break from the penalty spot with a pass from Alejandro Garnacho (49e). David De Gea did his part (57e59e), Garnacho found the inscription (78e) and Marcus Rashford had the last word with his right foot (86e). The only negative: Donny van de Beek was injured shortly before half-time.

Number: 5as the number of points from MU at their first pursuer Tottenham.

Everton 1-4 Brighton

Arms: Gray (90e+2 sp) // Mitoma (15e), Ferguson (52e), March (54e) and Gross (56e)

Nothing is going well for Everton. The Sweets sank against Brighton (1-4) on Tuesday, snapping a sixth straight day without a league win. The returning Kaoru Mitoma took advantage of gaps in the home defense to score Seagulls on the way (15e). Goodison Park held on to hope before resigning as they saw their patrons sink. Evan Ferguson, who had already scored against Arsenal, scored from close range to complete Jeremy Sarmiento’s feat (52).e). Solly March immediately nailed in from the left (54e) and Idrissa Gueye’s incredible gift allowed Pascal Gross to avoid scoring with a beautiful dive (56).e). Demarai Gray saved his honor with a penalty after a foul on Iwobi (90e+2), but the pressure on Frank Lampard is increasing… The Roberto De Zerbi version of Brighton continues to form and is now in eighth place.

Number: 9for example, Lampard’s number of wins in 36 Premier League games on the Everton bench.

“Leicester” 0:1 “Fulham”

Goal: Mitrovic (17e)

Four days after Wout Faes’ double CSC, Leicester suffered a new disappointment when they lost to Fulham (0-1). It started well in their match Cottages Faes opened the scoring through the inevitable Aleksandar Mitrović, who was found by Willian behind and scored his eleventh goal of the season (17).e). In the oven and the mill, Youri Tielemans made a great pass to Ayoze Perez, who sent the ball three meters outside the cage and missed the equalizer (24).e). The Belgian was a few centimeters away from putting the ball in the sky window (59e), before breaking the bar (80e). Bernd Leno left Jamie Vardy (35e56e) and Harvey Barnes (51e). An evening to forget foxesFulham, however, used this delay to get back on level terms with Liverpool.

Number: 17eLike Leicester’s home rating.

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