United goes under Solskjaer, City retakes second place

Manchester United has Sunday, the third victory in a row made since the appointment of the interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Bournemouth was despite a goal from Nathan Aké with 4-1 records. Manchester City won with 1-3 on a visit to Southampton and regained the second place, Chelsea strengthened the fourth place by a narrow 0-1 victory at Crystal Palace.

Since his appointment as interim manager of United mid-december, won Solskjaer his first three matches. The Norwegian former player of the club is the third coach in the history of United, which that performs. Previously managed the legendary Matt Busby and Solskjaers predecessor José Mourinho.

Paul Pogba was the big man with the ‘Red Devils’ at Old Trafford. The Frenchman scored in the first half-hour two times. The opening goal was a beautiful slalom by Marcus Rashford advance, the 2-0 was made possible by a puntgave flurry of Other Herrera.

Rashford made just for rest itself, the 3-0, but in the injury time did Aké something back on behalf of the visitors. The Dutchman headed home a viewed cross from David Brooks, behind goalkeeper David de Gea.

In the second half, believed in United and was Bournemouth not being able to keep the home team really hard to make. Substitute Romelu Lukaku made the 4-1, two minutes after he Rashford had settled. Eric Bailly had ten minutes before time, red for a hard tackle on the legs of Ryan Fraser.

United still has a large gap on the top of the rankings. The ‘Mancunians’ find themselves back in sixth place, with a whopping nineteen points less than leading Liverpool.

City’s second place on the ‘Spurs’

A 1-3 win at Southampton benefited Manchester City full advantage of the defeat of Tottenham Hotpsuer against Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday. The ‘Citizens’ are now the main challenger of Liverpool, which is seven points ahead. Thursday take the City and Liverpool the other in Manchester.

The reigning champion had the last two matches in the Premier League and lost, but took in the St. Mary’s Stadium quickly ahead. David Silva opened after ten minutes the score indicate of Bernardo Silva.

After more than a half hour to play Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, however, equal on behalf of the ‘Saints’. The Danish midfielder ontfutselde ex-PSV’er Oleksandr Zinchenko the ball and shot hard and high touch.

Southampton seemed to be a tie between the rest, but in injury time it went completely wrong for the home team. First passed James Ward-Prowse his own goalkeeper, and then Zinchenko his error somewhat well made by the ball to indicate which Sergio Aguëro the margin to two brought.

After rest attacked there despite the huge pressure of the City hits more. On behalf of Southampton received a goalscorer Hojbjerg in the final red for a flying tackle on Fernandinho.

Chelsea consolidates fourth place

Chelsea has the fourth place in the Premier League stronger in the hands. ‘The Blues’ defeated Crystal Palace on Sunday with 0-1 and benefited thereby of the loss of Arsenal a day earlier.

The winning hit at Selhurst Park came in the name of N’Golo Kanté, early in the second half scored. Full Patrick of Bolted did the whole race at Crystal Palace.

Thanks to the victory in the London derby ran Chelsea off at number five of the Arsenal, that Saturday a painful defeat suffered at leader Liverpool (5-1). The difference between the two teams is now five points.

The team of manager Maurizio Sarri has two points behind at number three Tottenham Hotspur. The difference with leader Liverpool has already risen to eleven points in The first four places in the league are good for a direct Champions League ticket.

Crystal Palace continued through the defeat against Chelsea the number fourteen of the Premier League. The team of negenvoudig Orange-international Of Bolted has nineteen points and is four points above the degradatiestreep.

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