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Premier League: Liverpool was humiliated by Wolves, Arsenal was surprised by Everton | Israel today


The brakeman James Tarkowski (60) arranged for Sean Dyche a perfect debut for the Toffees who rose above the red line • Manchester City will be able to reduce the gap

The 22nd round in the Premier League continued today (Saturday) with a surprising 0:1 victory of Everton over the leader of the table Arsenal.

Manchester United beat Crystal Palace 1:2, while the disappointing Liverpool took a crazy 3:0 from Wolves.

In the last game today, Newcastle will host the recovering West Ham.

Sean Dyche.

Beginning from the legends, photo: Getty Images

Everton - Arsenal 0:1

After the transfer window in which they got significantly stronger, and precisely during Jorginho's debut, Arsenal recorded their second league loss of the season and gave Manchester City hope of narrowing the gap between them to just two points.

The Gunners were more dangerous in most phases of the game, but were unable to subdue Jordan Pickford and came up against a strong defense that went hard for every ball, like Sean Dyche's days at Burnley.


Didn't help the cannons, photo: AFP

Everton's new manager brought the controlled style and delivered the goods on debut, with his Burnley stopper James Tarkowski also deciding the game with a 60th-minute strike.

After a single win in the last 12 games, the host is back to smiling at the expense of the best team in the league.

A big surprise in the Premier League, photo: AFP

Manchester United - Crystal Palace 1:2

Fourth win in a row for the Red Devils in all formats, and they temporarily increase the gap from Tottenham to six points.

Bruno Fernandes scored from the penalty spot (7), Marcus Rashford continued his great season (62) with a tenth goal since the World Cup break, but Casemiro was sent off for choking (70), and Gerfi Schlop Zimek (76).

Rapid heartbeats were felt throughout Old Trafford, but the hosts managed to hold on until the final whistle.

Marcel Zavitzer came off the bench in the 81st minute to make his debut.

Rashford celebrates with his friends, photo: Getty Images

Wolves - Liverpool 0:3

The Reds' glorious collapse continues, and they count a single win in their last seven games in all competitions.

The two teams, who have already met twice in the last month following a replay in the FA Cup, met again, and this time it ended in a resounding knockout of the Wolves against Jurgen Klopp's injured team, which is closer to the red line than the top four.

Joel Matip scored an own goal (5), Craig Dawson doubled (12) and Ruben Neves signed (71) another miserable evening for Liverpool.

Naves doesn't know his soul, photo: Getty Images

More games:

Aston Villa - Leicester 4:2

Brentford - Southampton 0:3

Brighton - Bournemouth 0:1

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Source: israelhayom

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