Leicester City – Manchester City 2:1 (1:1)

In the title race with Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur, it gave the Citizens a new setback. Pep Guardiola’s team went into the 14. Minute when Bernardo Silva pushed to the skilful play of Sergio Agüero the Ball to Leicester goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel in the past. Marc Albrighton scored, but just five minutes later, the compensation per head. Shortly before the end of Leicester turned the game even. After a corner kick in the 81. Minute, the Ball landed at the feet of Ricardo Pereiras. The Portuguese right-back took the full-spun and thrashed the Ball into the far corner – is untenable for Ederson.

Manchester was the third League defeat in December. The gap to Liverpool is now at seven points, City is second only to a third party. “Liverpool and Tottenham deserve it. You will win and we the gap is not, has become bigger and bigger,” said Guardiola. “The first half of the season is over. We have enough points to become a champion, but the other teams have more, you are at the Moment better than we do.”

FC Liverpool – Newcastle United 4:0 (1:0)

Liverpool has made due to City’s defeat and the victory over Newcastle a big step towards the championship. Dejan Lovren (11. Minute), Mohamed Salah by penalty (48.), Xherdan Shaqiri (79.) and Fabinho met for the Team of coach Jürgen Klopp. With 16 Wins from 19 games, Liverpool is at the top. Previously, you had to accept in the League, not a single defeat.

Manchester United – Huddersfield Town 3:1 (1:0)

Successful Start for Ole Gunnar Solskjær: After the 5:1 victory at Cardiff City last Saturday, the coach also won his home premiere scores. At the first corner of the game, a rebound landed at the feet of Nemanja MATIC, left foot to 1:0. The guests team coach David Wagner takes hardly any dangerous actions. In the 64. Minute, the Ball then landed to assist by Marcus Rashford and Juan Mata, with Paul Pogba, the increased to 2:0. In the 78th minute. Minute brought the Frenchman a long-range shot in the left corner. Mathias Jørgensen has produced a free kick for the final score.

Tottenham Hotspur – AFC Bournemouth 5:0 (3:0)

Tottenham is the new table to second in the Premier League. After a quarter of an hour, a deflected left-footed shot from Christian Eriksen landed in the goal. Just seven minutes increased Son Heung-Min. In the 35. Minute Lucas Moura scored the 3:0 half time – all three goals had prepared Kyle Walker-Peters. Harry Kane (60.) and again Son (70.) resulted in the final score.

Burnley – Everton 1:5 (1:3)

The 2:6-defeat against Tottenham last Sunday, the Toffees were able to shake off apparently. Against Burnley left-back Lucas Digne scored two goals. The other goal for Everton achieved Yerry Mina (2.), Gylfi Sigurðsson with a penalty kick (22.) and Richarlison (90.). Ben Gibson scored for Burnley in the 37. Minute to 3:1.

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