The Premier League star sows to Spain

Last-minute goal of Joshua King has made Spain unable to be sure to win the ticket to the UEFA EURO 2020 finals.

EURO 2020 qualifiers have not yet ended with Spain in the 7th round, when they could not win all 3 points on the Norwegian field.

Traveling to Northern Europe, Spain soon felt the determination of the Norwegian host. With 9 points obtained after 6 rounds, Norway is still capable of winning tickets to EURO, especially if they get good results against Spain. And they did it.

Playing on a level with Spain, Norway also has more chances than the visitors. With the confidence of striker Joshua King, and the maneuverability of Odegaard, especially right-winger El Abdellaoui, Norway continuously launched dangerous pieces towards the goal of Kepa.

Losing the first half, but Spain was the team that opened the scoring first, only 2 minutes after the second half started. The Spanish impasse was temporarily solved by Saul’s superb long-range shot. However, the opening goal of Spain only made Norway more determined.

The host attacks throughout the second half after Saul opened the scoring, and Norway paid off in extra time. Joshua King is the one who made everyone burst with an equalizer on the 11m mark. Earlier, Kepa had clumsily committed a fuse with Abdellaoui. Last-minute equalizer, Spain did not promptly back up, they had to accept leaving with 1 point, with the ticket temporarily suspended EURO.

With 19 points, Gaur needs 3 more points in the remaining 3 rounds to be able to qualify for EURO 2020 finals. Currently, the following 3 teams still have the opportunity with a score of 14, 13, 10 of Sweden, Romania, and Norway. (Formula: each team will take the first 2 teams, so the teams can come to EURO as the second group).

Line-up to Norway vs Spain

– Norway: Jarstein (GK); Aleesami, Nordtveit, Ajer, El Abdellaoui; Henriksen, Berge, Selnaes, Johansen; Joshua King, Odegaard.

– Spain: Kepa (GK); Bernat, Albiol, Ramos, Navas; Saul, Busquets, Fabian Ruiz; Oyarzabal, Ceballos, Rodrigo.

MU ambition to break out the top 4, topping the charts

MU is expected to beat Arsenal in the battle that has an important influence on the top 4 race. Defeating the “Gunners” at Old Trafford, Solskjaer’s army will have the opportunity to squeeze into the Champions League group.

MU did everything possible to defeat Arsenal. However, when the final whistle sounded, the result was that each team only earned 1 point. Solskjaer’s army started a better start, with Scott McTominay’s goal in the 45th minute.

The thought that with the goal at the end of the first half, “Reds” will play better in the second half. But no, the mistake of young player Tuanzebe has ruined the ambition of winning the red half of Manchester. And the score of 1-1 was maintained until the end of the match, in which many times MU seemed to have become a loser.

Hard to leave Old Trafford with 1 point, but that much could be considered a success with Arsenal. Because, after round 7, “Gunners” has 12 points, synonymous with fourth place. Unai Emery’s army is 9 points behind leaders Liverpool, Man City 5 points and third-ranked Leicester is only 2 points.

Meanwhile, MU dropped deeply – forever up to the 10th place – ie in the middle of the rankings. MU’s recent rounds are very bad, earning only 5 points in the last 5 matches. With 9 points after 7 matches, “Reds” are only 4 points lower than the relegation group. Anyway, the gap between MU and Arsenal’s fourth place is only 3 points, and the situation is not so bad with the Old Trafford team.

In the middle of next week, MU will march to the pitch of AZ Alkmaar within the framework of the second round of the Europa League group stage. After that, MU will have 2 very difficult rounds when they march to Newcastle’s stadium in the 8th round, before welcoming Liverpool at Old Trafford in the 9th round. Unless 6 points are won in both rounds, equal to No MU will not be able to return to the top 4 in the Premier League.

Premier League Round 6 Team: Under the heels of Silva

Bernardo Silva was the best player in this round when he scored a hat-trick against Watford in Man City’s 8-0 victory.

Goalie

Dean Henderson (Sheffield United): On an ecstatic day, Dean Henderson turned down a series of Everton opportunities (including Moise Kean’s finish) to help Sheffield United keep a clean sheet and win with a score 1-0.

Defender

Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool): Alexander-Arnold’s ability to attack the defensive is excellent in English football at this time. In the match against Chelsea, this player scored a beautiful goal. This was Alexander-Arnold’s first goal in 10 months for Liverpool.

Nathan Ake (Bournemouth): Not only excellent in defence but Nathan Ake also directly scored a goal to help Bournemouth win with a score of 3-1 on Southampton’s field.

Joel Matip (Liverpool): Despite being overshadowed by his partner Van Dijk for a long time, Matip had a certain voice in the match against Chelsea. This player had 3 tackles, 9 rescues for Liverpool. As a result, the Merseyside club secured a 2-1 victory over Chelsea.

Aaron Cresswell (West Ham): Aaron Cresswell has a beautiful free-kick, engulfing MU. Besides, he also has 3 tackles and 8 ball recovery for West Ham.

Midfielder

Andriy Yarmolenko (West Ham): Injury caused the first season of Yarmolenko in West Ham to go smoothly, but in the second season, he gradually proved himself. The goal against MU is a testament to the importance of the Ukrainian player.

Kevin de Bruyne (Man City): The Belgian midfielder played extremely aggressive, ensuring Man City’s play smoothly. He had eight assists in the match against Watford, two of which were converted into goals.

James Maddison (Leicester City): The British conductor is the most prominent player on the Leicester City side. In addition to scoring a goal, he also has two other opportunities to create opportunities for teammates. Thanks to that, Leicester City won against Tottenham with a score of 2-1.

Bernardo Silva (Man City): The Portuguese midfielder played too well when contributing 3 goals in Man City’s 8-0 victory over Watford. This was the first hat-trick of Man City’s career.

Striker

Chris Wood (Burnley): Chris Wood scored both goals to help Burnley win 2-0 against Norwich City in this round.

Aubameyang (Arsenal): Aubameyang scored more valuable goals than gold, setting a 3-2 victory for Arsenal against Aston Villa. Remember, in this match, Arsenal were behind and lacked people in the second half.