The beast does not rest

Anyone has a bad day and, make no mistake, Haaland too. The Norwegian stayed at 0 in his duel against Liverpool, but it took him very little to recover and scored a brace against Brighton that leaves Manchester City just one point below Arsenal, with one game less. Although the story could have been very different with Trossard’s 2-1, which for a few minutes put Guardiola’s men on the ropes until De Bruyne rubbed the lamp and closed the match with 3-1.

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Some time before, Haaland seemed to have put the event on track at the Etihad Stadium, which 20 minutes into the game saw Ederson launch one of his classic deliveries, as far away as it was precise. It goes without saying that the recipient was the Norwegian striker, who benefited from a bad exit of Robert Sánchez and for his power, with which he overwhelmed Webster before making the first of the citizens. By then, Haaland had hit cruising speed, and before halftime, he scored his 22nd brace and goal this season with a phenomenal penalty shot.

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It was 2-0 and that seemed to give Guardiola’s boys a certain margin to rest, but the southerners, led by the combative De Zerbi, did not lose the pulse of the game, and on a split ball, Trossard unleashed a right hand to Ederson’s short post to close the gap (2-1). But Haaland did not want any more responses and looked for the hat-trick without great conviction, just like Laporte, who left touched… an appetizer for De Bruyne’s 3-1, again brilliant and decisive with a long shot from outside the area with which the match was finished.

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Everton buries the crisis

Everton, after three consecutive defeats and haunted by the threat of relegation, got their pulse back after beating Crystal Palace at Goodison Park (3-0), in the eleventh day of the Premier that Arsenal dominates. The Liverpool team had come out badly from the appointments against Manchester United, Tottenham and Newcastle, which recovered against a rival that did not finish finding stability. The ‘toffees’ put their third win of the season on track after eleven minutes with a goal from Dominic Calvert Lewin after receiving a ball from Alex Iwobi, local engine.


Tariq Lamptey (45′, Adam Lallana), Phil Foden (61′, Riyadh Mahrez), Pervis Estupinan (65′, Joël Veltman), Cole Palmer (76′, Jack Grealish), Deniz Udav (78′, Danny Welbeck), Julian Alvarez (79′, Erling Haland), billy gilmour (86′, Alexis MacAllister), Jeremy Sarmiento (86′, Pascal Gross)


1-0, 21′: Erling Braut Haaland2-0, 42′: Erling Braut Haaland2-1, 52′: Trossard3-1, 74′: DeBruyne


Referee: Craig Pawson
VAR Referee: Lee Mason, Ian Hussin
Moises Caicedo (25′, Yellow) Mahrez (53′, Yellow) Gross (60′, Yellow) Estupinan (73′, Yellow)

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