Manchester United’s 3-1 win over Arsenal in the Premier League’s sixth round of fixtures was the first of its kind for the club. Saka, who scored his first goal for United in his first game, was replaced in the 58th minute by Ronaldo, who was substituted for the fourth time in a row. Rashford scored a brace (66th, 75th) to give the Red Devils a fourth straight win, three points behind their opponents, who remain league leaders.
Everton share point with Liverpool in Mersey derby
A rare phenomenon, yet Manchester City are dropping points in the league. It was a rare occurrence for Manchester City to drop points in the league, but they did so in a 1-1 draw with Aston Villa on Saturday, thanks to a goal from the inevitable Håland (50th) – who was already scoring for the 10th time this season – but the English champions were eventually caught out by a fine Bailey strike (71st).
Liverpool and Everton were held to a goalless draw in the Mersey derby on Saturday, which was part of the sixth round of the Premier League. Amadou Onana played the whole game for the Toffees. It’s not just a matter of the players getting a yellow card, it’s also a matter of the players getting a red card,” he said. The 21-year-old midfielder, however, was back on the pitch after the incident.
The Reds had several chances to open the scoring: Coady had a goal ruled out for offside in the 69th minute and Nunez, Diaz and Salah had shots on target, as did Everton’s Davis.
Chelsea does well, Tottenham 2nd!
Chelsea’s 2-1 win over West Ham in the Premier League’s sixth round of matches on Saturday was not without its share of upsets. The Blues had to concede a late equaliser, but the VAR finally cancelled out the goal of former Lyon player Cornet for a foul on goalkeeper Mendy at the start of the game.
Tottenham beat Fulham 2-1 thanks to Hojberg (40th) and Kane (75th), despite the inevitable Mitrovic’s 83rd-minute strike. Richarlison also had a goal disallowed for offside in this match. It’s not just a matter of the team’s performance, it’s also a matter of the team’s performance in the league. Spurs coach Antonio Conte is under no illusions.