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City further behind Liverpool, Locadia gives Arsenal loss of points

Manchester City is on Wednesday further back down at leader Liverpool in the Premier League. The reigning champion went on ‘Boxing Day’ 2-1 collapse at Leicester City, while Liverpool 4-0 won by Newcastle United. Jürgen Locadia gave Brighton & Hove Albion with a goal scored a point against Arsenal: 1-1.

Bernardo Silva brought City after a small fifteen minutes after a nice pass from Sergio Aguero ahead of Leicester. Five minutes later, headed home Marc Albrighton at the end within indicate of Jamie vardy granted.

Ricardo Pereira made nine minutes before time with a beautiful swipe from the edge of the zestienmetergebied the winning on behalf of the home team. City ended the match with ten men by a red card for Fabian Delph in the final.

For City, it was the second defeat in a row, after last Saturday with a 2-3 loss was to Crystal Palace. By the loss hits City the second place lost to Tottenham Hotspur. The team manager Josep Guardiola is now third on seven points of Liverpool.

The ‘Reds’ came against Newcastle after eleven minutes ahead through a scrubber of Dejan Lovren. Mohamed Salah doubled shortly after peace from a penalty in the margin, after he himself to the ground, went into the zestienmetergebied.

Xherdan Shaqiri signed ten minutes before time with a intikker for the 3-0 and Fabinho some time later with a header in the final standings. Virgil van Dijk played the whole match in Liverpool, where Georginio Wijnaldum after a little more than an hour of play was exchanged.

Locadia helps Brighton to point against Arsenal

In the Amex Stadium helped made Locadia for the second half of Brighton & Hove Albion against Arsenal. The Dutchman took ten minutes for the rest of the goal after a beautiful pass from Davy Pröpper.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang had already in the seventh minute the score opened for Arsenal. The Gabonees lap nice touch, after Alexandre Lacazette put the ball in the zestienmetergebied had intercepted.

Despite the tie, the Gunners’ fourth place over Chelsea, but the ‘Blues’, later Wednesday, on a visit to Watford.

At White Hart Lane, the ‘Spurs’ with 5-0 against Bournemouth, where Nathan Aké the ninety minutes of perfect. The formation of coach Mauricio Pochettino has six points behind Liverpool.

Christian Eriksen opened after more than a quarter of an hour the score for Tottenham with a changed direction shot, then Son Heung-min, and Lucas the lead for peace improved to 3-0. In the second half made Harry Kane after a brilliant pass from Eriksen’s fourth goal and took care of Son the final chord.

United wins first duel Solskjaer at Old Trafford

Manchester United listened to the first game of interim coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Old Trafford with a 3-1 victory against Huddersfield Town. United won last weekend with the debut of Solskjaer at Cardiff City (1-5) and is sixth.

Nemanja Matic made after a small half hour with a header for the opening goal. In the second half expanded the Paul Pogba the margin with two beautiful goals. Ex-PSV’er Mathias Jörgensen saved in the final stage, the honour for Huddersfield, where Terence Kongolo, the entire game played.

At Turf Moor booked Everton a resounding victory at Burnley: 1-5. Halfway through the first half led to the Toffees’ already 0-3 thanks to goals from Yerry Mina, Lucas Digne and Gylfi Sigurdsson (penalty).

After Ben Gibson for peace terugdeed on behalf of Burnley, carried Digne and Richarlison the score in the second half. Everton occupies the eighth place in the rankings.

Patrick Bolted played with Crystal Palace for private audience flush against Cardiff City: 0-0. Earlier Wednesday ended the duel between Fulham and Wolverhampton Wanderers in a 1-1-tie. Ryan Sessegnon (Fulham) and Romain Saïss (Wolverhampton) scored in the final stage.

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