English team player Marcus Rashford shot Manchester United to victory against Bournemouth in the 92nd minute.
London – Arsenal and Liverpool have separated 1:1 (0:0) on Saturday evening in the hit of the 11th round of the English Football Premier League. Liverpool not only remain unbeaten in the league, but also took the lead one point ahead of champions Manchester City. The defending champions will not be at home until Sunday (16:00) against Southampton.
James Milner took Liverpool into the lead in a high-class game in London. The former English team player dusted off from the penalty area after Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno had rebounded a cross pass from former Salzburg player Sadio Mane to the front (61st). Alexandre Lacazette managed to equalise with a remarkable shot from a sharp angle (82nd).
Arsenal did not lose 14 games in a row, but after eight wins in a row before, he had to settle for a draw for the second time in the league. It was the first point win of the season against another top team, after they had defeated ManCity and Chelsea at the start of the season. The fourth-placed team in the standings is still four points behind the leaders for the time being.
Marcus Rashford Honours
- FA Cup: 2015–16
- EFL Cup: 2016–17
- FA Community Shield: 2016
- UEFA Europa League: 2016–17
- FIFA World Cup fourth place: 2018
- Jimmy Murphy Young Player of the Year: 2015–16
Last Minute Win for ManUnited
Manchester United moved up to seventh place in Bournemouth with a 2-1 win in injury time. The decisive goal was scored by substitute Marcus Rashford in the 92nd minute after Paul Pogba‘s preliminary work. Anthony Martial (35th) had previously balanced the early Bournemouth lead by Callum Wilson (11th).
ÖFB star Marko Arnautovic led his Club West Ham to a 4-2 home win against Burnley. The Viennese scored the first goal of the match with his fifth ligator (10th). Felipe Anderson’s 3-2 lead was also preceded by an Arnautovic shot (84.). West Ham managed their third victory of the season after only one point from three games.
Emotional Leicester victory
Leicester City celebrated an emotional victory with a 1-0 win at Cardiff City. It was the first game of the “Foxes” after the death of club owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, who died last Saturday in a helicopter crash in front of the stadium with four other people. The players of both teams gathered for a minute’s silence before the kickoff. Take a look at Slots Heaven review for more details.
After the only goal, goal scorer Demarai Gray took off his body and showed the message ‘For Khun Vichai’ and saw the yellow card for it. The former ÖFB team captain Christian Fuchs sat on the bench with Leicester. The master’s team from 2016 wanted to travel to Srivaddhanaprabha’s funeral in Thailand after the match.