Football. Manchester United had the two biggest scoring chances, but the top-notch clash in the Premier League against Liverpool ended in disappointing 0-0. The winners of the round, on the other hand, were Manchester City and Tottenham, who came closer with favorite victories. Stopper John Stones scored his first two league goals for Manchester Cotu, who won 4-0 over Crystal Palace. Pierre-Emile Højbjerg lined up for Harry Kane’s 2-0 scoring when Tottenham won 3-1 over bottom side Sheffield United. Serge Aurier headed Tottenham in front after a corner kick from Son Heung-min, before Højbjerg’s pass in depth was converted to Kane. David McGoldrick reduced with a nice header, but the highlight of the match was the 3-1 score. A pass from Steven Bergwijn sailed over both the Sheffield defense and Tanguy Ndombele, but from a sharp angle Ndombele spectacularly lifted the ball over his head on his own into the side netting behind a futile bouncing Aaron Ramsdale.
In Sunday’s late game, Manchester City dominated and won 4-0 at home over Crystal Palace.
The goals were scored by stopper John Stones, who scored his first two goals for City in the Premier League, midfielder Ilkay Gündogan and star striker Raheem Sterling.
All results and position in the Premier League
Football. After seven and a half years at Arsenal, Mesut Özil is moving to Fenerbahce in Turkey, the 32-year-old German himself informs in an interview with the Turkish TV station NTV.
Handball. Odense was close to becoming the first team in almost a year to defeat Hungarian Györ with Anne Mette Hansen on the team. In the Champions League group match, Odense was ahead 30-25 and 32-29, but it ended 32-32 after Odense had had the chance to score a winning goal.
Football. Feyenoord with Nicolai Jørgensen on the field throughout the match had a header on the crossbar in overtime, but Ajax won the Dutch classic and thus retained first place in the Eredivisie with a 3 point lead to Vitesse, who on Saturday with Jacob Rasmussen in central defense won 4-1 away over FC Emmen.
Football. Pernille Harder was back in the starting line-up and equalized with the 1-0 goal after half an hour when Chelsea defeated Manchester United 2-1 and took over first place in the Women’s Super League. Nicoline Sørensen set up the first goal when she, Rikke Sevecke and Everton won 4-0 over Bristol City, whereas Stine Larsen suffered a major defeat with Aston Villa, who lost 7-0 to Manchester City.
Football. Robert Lewandowski scored for the sixth Bundesliga match in a row as Bayern Munich won 2-1 over Freiburg. With his score to 1-0, Lewandowski reached the 21st league goal, and he is thus the first to have scored so many times in the first 16 rounds of the season. Gerd Müller scored 20 times in 16 rounds in 1968/1969. Nils Petersen equalized right after his substitution, but Thomas Müller won the match when Bayern put an end to Freiburg’s series of five wins in a row.
Football. For the first time in two months, Kasper Dolberg was in the starting line-up for Nice, who were defeated 3-0 at home by Bordeaux. Dolberg was replaced after 76 minutes when Bordeaux had just scored to make it 2-0.
Football. Andreas Cornelius played the entire Serie A match for Parma, who had to settle for 1-1 away against Sassuolo after an equalizer in overtime.
Skiing. For the second day in a row, the Italian won a World Cup giant slalom in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia. In the men’s, the Norwegian Sebastian Foss-Solevåg won when a slalom was run in Flachau, Austria, for the second day in a row.
Badminton. Viktor Axelsen was completely irresistible in the final of the Thailand Open, when he defeated Ng Ka Long from Hong Kong, who is number 8 in the world rankings, for the ninth time in a row. In Bangkok, it was 21-14, 21-14, which secured Axelsen the second Super 1000 tournament in a row after he won the All England in March. Since then, the game has not been played at the highest level due to the corona pandemic. “A lot has happened since I last played; an ankle surgery, my daughter’s birth, so I trained as hard as I could, but did not quite know where I stood in terms of play, so I am really proud and happy to win this tournament, because it is not easy against so good opponents, “said Axelsen in the winning interview. The first Danish victory in brought in 70,000 dollars (approx. 450,000 DKK) to Viktor Axelsen, who is undefeated for a whole year. He is playing for the next title next week, where another tournament is being held in Bangkok.
Tennis. Holger Rune lost the final of the ITF tournament in Manacor, Portugal. The Frenchman Evan Furness won 6-2, 5-7, 6-0 over the 17-year-old Dane, who had major problems with his serve throughout the match.
Football. After 15 league victories in a row, Rangers FC had to settle for 1-1 in the away game against relegation-threatened Motherwell. However, Steven Gerrard’s team still has a solid 21-point lead over Celtic, who have won the Scottish Championship the previous 9 years.
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