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In extra time: Nunes gave Liverpool 0:1 over Nottingham Forest - voila! sport

2024-03-02T17:34:08.227Z

Highlights: In extra time: Nunes gave Liverpool 0:1 over Nottingham Forest - voila! sport. Uruguay came back from injury and scored (90+9) the winning goal of the leader of the table, the gap from City grew to 4 points. Tottenham turned a deficit into a victory over Crystal Palace, Chelsea squeezed 2:2 at Brentford. Oliver Glasner enjoyed a great debut at Palace with an easy 0:3 over Burnley, and after Aberci Azza scored with a free kick in the 59th minute to give the visitors the lead. Jung Min Son added the third in the 88th minute with important points for Tottenham that moved them 6 points away from sixth placed Manchester United.


Uruguay came back from injury and scored (90+9) the winning goal of the leader of the table, the gap from City grew to 4 points. Tottenham turned a deficit to 1:3 on Crystal Palace


Nunes scores in the 99th minute the winning goal for Liverpool in 0:1 over Nottingham Forest/Sport1

The 27th round in the Premier League kicked off tonight (Saturday) with Liverpool's dramatic victory over Nottingham Forest which gave them another week at the top.

Tottenham turned a deficit into a victory over Crystal Palace, Chelsea squeezed 2:2 at Brentford.



Nottingham Forest - Liverpool 1:0



The new League Cup holders advanced to the next round of the FA Cup with the continuation of the forced rotation of the youngsters following the many injuries in Jurgen Klopp's squad, but their return to the Premier League did not brighten their face with 98 difficult minutes without goals, until Darwin Nunes arrived.

The German coach again had to improvise with Joe Gomez in the back link and Bobby Clarke who made his debut in the 11th in the Premier League, and the leader of the table had a hard time against Forest who stood up well against their attempts, until the Uruguayan striker who returned from injury struck in extra time (90+9) and gave Liverpool another week at the top , 8 days before the match against Manchester City on the whole ticket.

in money time

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close game

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the progress of the game

Minute 15: Dibuque Origi almost surprised the former with a strong kick from outside the area that went past Quibin Kelleher's crossbar.



17th minute: Luis Dias' flat kick from outside the Forest box hit the host's defense, went past Mats Seles' post and almost went in.



Minute 23: An incredible deep pass from Origi reached Anthony Alanga who raced all the way to Kelleher's goal, who saved with his foot in a one-on-one and prevented an interception.



24 min: On his Premier League debut, Bobby Clarke tried his luck with a kick from the left edge of the box that went just over the crossbar.



27 min: Liverpool's best chance came after a neat attack down the right when Clarke's shot was blocked, but Dias almost scored on the rebound and was stopped from close range by Murillo who headed wide for a corner.

came back.

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50th minute: An exchange of passes between Harvey Elliott and Bradley ended with a pass to Andy Robertson who kicked a flat ball that was cleared at the last moment for a corner.



66th minute: A great attack by the hosts ended with a flat kick by Elanga that went past Kelleher's post.



70th minute: Alexis McAllister led Liverpool to a burst that went through Darwin Nunes to Cody Gakpo, but the Dutch striker kicked badly into the outside netting.



76th minute: A great breakthrough by Dias from the left to the middle ended in his sharp kick that went past the crossbar of Seles.



Minute 90+5: Liverpool almost got the long-awaited goal from a corner kick, but Murillo's touch on his goal was also stopped by Seles with a great reaction.

Click to find the gate.

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Watch Tottenham's goals in the win over Crystal Palace

The goals in Tottenham's 1:3 victory over Crystal Palace/Sport1

Tottenham - Crystal Palace 1:3

Oliver Glasner enjoyed a great debut at Palace with an easy 0:3 over Burnley, and after Aberci Azza scored with a free kick in the 59th minute to give the visitors the lead, he already saw a dream continuation for him at the start of the term.

Tottenham had other plans when Brennan Johnson in a wonderful individual action equalized for Timo Werner, and after 3 minutes Christian Romero hit the conversion.

Jung Min Son managed to add the third in the 88th minute with 3 important points for the Roosters that moved them 6 points away from sixth placed Manchester United.



59th minute: Goal!

0:1 to Palace!

A perfect free kick by Aberci Azza went to the far corner and beat Vicario.



77th minute: Goal!

Tottenham equalized 1:1!

Joachim Andersen lost the ball to Brennan Johnson who, in a wonderful preparatory action, set up Timo Werner to equalize from close range.



80th minute: Goal!

Tottenham became 1:2!

Christian Romero hit the turnaround to give the Roosters their first lead of the game.



88th minute: Goal!

1:3 to Tottenham!

Jung Min Son added the Roosters' third with a break from half court that ended in the right corner.

Stun Tottenham.

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Brentford - Chelsea 2:2

The Blues recovered quickly from the loss to Liverpool in the League Cup final with a 2:3 victory over Leeds in the FA Cup, but the return to the Premier League was difficult for them.

Mauricio Pochettino's team arrived at Brentford who before the game were on a three-game losing streak, and it actually started well with a Nicolas Jackson goal in the 35th minute.

Mads Roarslav's equalizer in the 50th minute for the hosts and Yovan Wiesa with an amazing curler was reversed in the 69th minute and almost kept Brentford away from the bottom.

In the 83rd minute, Cole Palmer equalized for Axel Diasy with a tremendous strike by the Frenchman in a justified distribution of points in the little London derby.



35th minute: Goal!

0:1 to Chelsea!

Malo Gusto's accurate lift found the head of Nicholas Jackson who headed into the corner to give the Blues the lead.



50th minute: Goal!

Brentford equalized 1:1!

Chaos in the Chelsea square, Mads Roerslev equalized with a kick from close to the net.



69th minute: Goal!

1:2 to Brentford!

The turnaround was completed and in style - a ball that traveled high in the Chelsea box reached Yoan Wiesa who kicked a wonderful crossbar out of the air into the net.



83rd minute: Goal!

Chelsea equalized 2:2!

Cole Palmer picked up from the left, Axel Disassi hit from close range with power and brought the guest back into the game.



Other games:



Everton - West Ham 3:1


to Everton: Beto (56).

For West Ham: Kurt Zouma (62), Thomas Suchek (90+1), Edson Albers (6+90)



Fulham - Brighton 0:3


For Fulham: Harry Wilson (22), Rodrigo Muniz (33), Adama Traore (90+) 1)



Newcastle - Wolves 0:3


to Newcastle: Alexander Isak (14), Anthony Gordon (33), Tino Liberamento (90+2)

An amazing transformation.

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Great shot.

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Luton - Aston Villa (Saturday, 19:30, Sport1)

Unai Emery's great team recovered well from the losses to Chelsea (in the FA Cup) and Manchester United (in the league) with 1:2 over Fulham and 2:4 over Nottingham Forest, and now holds a five-point lead over Tottenham in fourth place.

Five days before the intriguing meeting with Arsenal in the round of 16 of the Europa League, they hope to continue the positive momentum, to reach the next round of the league - against the same Tottenham - in an excellent starting position to drive a stake in the top 4. The opponent counts five consecutive losses in all the frameworks, and is four points away from a safe coast.

Wants to knock a peg in the top 4. Watkins/Reuters

  • English league table 2023/24

    Group

    games

    victories

    draw

    losses

    gates

    points

    1

    Liverpool

    27

    19

    6

    2

    25-64

    63

    2

    Manchester city

    26

    18

    5

    3

    26-59

    59

    3

    Arsenal

    26

    18

    4

    4

    23-62

    58

    4

    Aston Villa

    26

    16

    4

    6

    35-56

    52

    5

    Tottenham

    26

    15

    5

    6

    39-55

    50

    6

    Manchester United

    26

    14

    2

    10

    36-36

    44

    7

    West Ham United

    27

    12

    6

    9

    47-43

    42

    8

    Newcastle

    27

    12

    4

    11

    45-57

    40

    9

    Brighton

    27

    10

    9

    8

    44-49

    39

    10

    Wolves

    27

    11

    5

    11

    43-40

    38

    11

    Chelsea

    26

    10

    6

    10

    43-44

    36

    12

    Fulham

    27

    10

    5

    12

    42-39

    35

    13

    Bournemouth

    25

    7

    7

    11

    47-33

    28

    14

    Crystal Palace

    27

    7

    7

    13

    47-32

    28

    15

    Brentford

    27

    7

    5

    15

    50-39

    26

    16

    Everton

    27

    8

    7

    12

    37-29

    25

    17

    Nottingham Forest

    27

    6

    6

    15

    49-34

    24

    18

    Luton

    25

    5

    5

    15

    51-35

    20

    19

    Burnley

    26

    3

    4

    19

    58-25

    13

    20

    Sheffield United

    26

    3

    4

    19

    66-22

    13

The cycle will come to an end on Monday, when Arsenal host Sheffield United.

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Source: walla

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