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English Premier League: Everton vs West Ham tactics

The Premier League is alive and kicking. As we’re about to see, it offers a lot. However, aesthetics are not something Premier League can brag about. No offence intended, but it always makes us smile.

Manchester United has missed that thing

England’s former great football champions Manchester United have suffered a major setback in the Premier League. In the direct dispute with AFC Bournemouth, the team of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer defeated 0:1 (0:1) and conceded the third away defeat in the sixth away game. Joshua King scored the decisive goal, turning his back to the goalkeeper around his opponent Aaron Wan-Bissaka to fall that deep. This resulted in Manchester slipping to eighth place with 13 points, while Bournemouth (16) is currently the sixth.

Liverpool win in Kloppage Time

Liverpool has celebrated a late away win in the English Premier League. Sadia Mané’s 2-1 (1-0) did the needful against Aston Villa making coach Jürgen Klopp smile in the fourth minute of overtime. Previously, Liverpool after a goal from Egyptian Trézéguet was beaten on the post; Villa’s goalkeeper Tom Heaton brushed off Liverpool until Andy Robertson had gotten the balance right. A goal from Roberto Fimino in the first half had been declared invalid after a VAR decision because of the offside position.

Now team manager Jürgen Klopp wishes for further improvements.

“It’s not right that we sit here and laugh about it – such situations can cost team managers their job,” said Klopp. “The system has to help the game”.

He hinted at a controversial decision when Roberto Firmino’s (27th) input was recognized void due to a very close and extremely controversial offside position. “I have seen the scene, but I have not seen any offside,” said Klopp.

Arsenal coach Emery has decided against Granit Xhaka for now

The outrage over Arsenal’s Granit Xhaka made Unai Emery to set off the Swiss in their home party against Wolverhampton. 

At home last Sunday, as Arsenal had lost desperately to Crystal Palace, Xhaka had been booed by his fans and had answered with irate gestures and words. To make things worse, the ex-Gunners expert and TV star Ian Wright had pushed on the 27-year-old for this. Everything is utilitarian to a point where it hurts. Yet, once you find yourself in a middle of a game, things can be better (

Now, Rio-World Champion Mesut Özil has been pleased after his league comeback at the English football club Arsenal on Saturday.

“It’s good to be back in action in the Premier League,” the ex-Schalke and Bremer kicker tweeted, “but I’m not happy about the result at home.”

The ex-national player was back in the league championship 1-1 (1-0) against Wolverhampton Wanderers for the first time since September 15. Özil comments: “We have to keep going and keep our heads up.”

Sancho: Are Chelsea planning an offer in January?

BVB youngster Jadon Sancho, who has been wooed by almost all English top clubs, could apparently switch to Chelsea in the winter. This reports the “Sun”. Accordingly, the doors for the Englishman at Stamford Bridge are always open. Coach Frank Lampard relies on young players and Sancho has two buddies with Tammy Abraham and Callum Hudson-Odoi.