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Cuti Romero gave Tottenham the victory and MacAllister was key for Liverpool

2024-03-02T18:25:57.299Z

Highlights: Cuti Romero gave Tottenham the victory and MacAllister was key for Liverpool. The Córdoba defender scored with a header to make it 2-1 over Crystal Palace (in the end it was 3-1) Meanwhile, the midfielder from Pampa gave an assist to Darwin Núñez for the agonizing 1-0 win over Nottingham Forest. Manchester City and Manchester United will face each other at the Etihad Stadium at 12:30 in Argentina. The 27th round of the Premier League opened and, as usual, there was important participation of Argentine soccer players.


The Córdoba defender scored with a header to make it 2-1 over Crystal Palace (in the end it was 3-1). Meanwhile, the midfielder from Pampa gave an assist to Darwin Núñez for the agonizing 1-0 win over Nottingham Forest. Barco did not enter the Brighton defeat.


While waiting for the classic between

Manchester City

and

Manchester United,

which this Sunday will face each other at the Etihad Stadium at 12:30 in Argentina, the 27th round of the

Premier League

opened and, as usual, there was important participation of Argentine soccer players.

The highlight was the

goal by Cuti Romero,

who scored with a header, appearing inside the area like a lifelong striker, in

Tottenham

's 3-1 home victory against Crystal Palace.

The former Belgrano de Córdoba

is the defender with the most goals (4) in the English league.

In this way, the Spurs consolidate themselves in fifth place, in qualifying positions for the UEFA Europa League, and wait for a setback by Aston Villa to get closer to the Champions League.

Tottenham started losing due to Eberechi Eze's goal in the 59th minute of play, but in a streak they turned it around thanks to goals from Timo Werner (77'), Cristian Romero (80') and Heung-Min Son (88' ).

Rodrigo Bentancur,

the Uruguayan former Boca footballer,

started and

Giovani Lo Celso entered in the second half.

🤯🇦🇷What an ANIMAL #CutiRomero.

pic.twitter.com/3bZLMOJQKp

— Deportes 24hs (@deportes24ar) March 2, 2024

In another match of the day, with the participation of the world champions,

Alexis MacAllister

was key in Liverpool's victory against Nottingham Forest.

The game was tied 0-0 and the eight minutes of stoppage time that referee Paul Tierney had given had already expired, when MacAllister appeared, always with more time, to create space and place a

cross with surgical precision at the head of Darwin Núñez, who scored the agonizing 1-0.

The area was populated by rival defenders and even some of his own teammates, because the play came from a corner, but that was not an impediment for the footballer who emerged from Argentinos Juniors to give a highly complex assist.

As things stand, Jurgen Klopp

's team

remains at the top with four points ahead of Manchester City and with one more game.

ALEXIS'S ASSISTANCE.



DARWIN'S HEADBUT.



THE AGONIC TRIUMPH OF LIVERPOOL.

🤯pic.twitter.com/jNdmAc06Ov

— Sudanalytics (@sudanalytics_) March 2, 2024

At the end of that same match, Nicolás Domínguez,

the former Vélez today at Nottingham Forest, suffered a muscle injury

and had to be replaced.

Enzo Fernández

's Chelsea also played ,

who was replaced in the 2-2 draw against Brentford, and Brighton And Hove, which included

Facundo Buonanotte

in the complement in a 3-0 defeat against Fulham that

Valentín Barco

He looked from the bench.

Closing out the day's action are Lutton Town and Aston Villa, who are winning as visitors with the presence of

Dibu Martínez

and are establishing themselves in the Champions zone.

This is how the Premier date closes

Sunday March 3

  • Burnley vs.

    Bournemouth, at 10 in Argentina.

  • Manchester City vs.

    Manchester United (12:30)

Monday March 4

  • Sheffield United vs.

    Arsenal (17)

Source: clarin

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