Premier League: with blooper from "I drew"Aston Villa fell to the leader Arsenal

At Villa Park in Birmingham, Aston Villa eventually lost 4-2 this Saturday against pointer Arsenal, with a goal About the hour in an unfortunate play that involved goalkeeper Emiliano “Dibu” Martínez.

The local team -with Emiliano Buendía as the starter- matched the leader and went into halftime with a 2-1 lead, thanks to goals from Ollie Watkins and Brazilian Philippe Coutinho (31), while Bukayo Saka scored the equalizer.

In the second half, the actions were even and Arsenal matched it through the Ukrainian Oleksandr Zinchenko. When the regulation time had expired, In the 93rd minute, a shot from Jorginho that hit the crossbar bounced off “Dibu” Martínez’s head and went into the goal itself of the world champion from Mar del Plata in Qatar 2022.

In the last play, Aston Villa went to look for the tie in a corner (even with Martínez himself) andin a withering counter and with the empty bowthe brazilian Gabriel Martinelli sealed the 4-2.

The City follows escort

With the entry of the striker cordovan Julián Alvarez on the end, Manchester City drew 1-1 against Nottingham Forest, by date 24 of the Premier Leagueand failed to reach the Gunners in the lead.

Los Ciudadanos led 1-0 as visitors with a goal from Portuguese Bernardo Silva at the end of the first half, although New Zealand’s Chris Wood equalized with 6 minutes remaining.

Alvarez was substitute and replaced Kevin De Bruyne after 87 minutes in the team of the Catalan Pep Guardiola, who was two points behind the leader Arsenal.

Chelsea, with the midfielder Enzo Fernandez in the initial formation, he failed to raise his head and fell 1-0 to Southampton (Carlos Alcaraz entered), the last of the table, by a goal from captain James Ward-Prowse. The Blues are in tenth position, despite having a squad full of figures.

In another meeting, Brighton and Hove -with Alexis Mac Allister starting and the entry of Facundo Buonanotte- lost 1-0 as local against Fulham with a bit agonizing from the Israeli Manor Soloman.

Other results: Brentford 1-Crystal Palace 1; Everton 1-Leeds 0; Wolverhampton 0-Bournemouth 1 and Newcastle 0-Liverpool 2.

This Sunday will face Manchester United-Leicester City (at 11ESPN) and Tottenham-West Ham (at 1:30 p.m.ESPN).


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