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Fulham 2-0 Aston Villa

80 minutes: These are Steven Gerrard’s pre-match words that read like he’s OD’ing on LinkedIn or in a business book you’ve only seen at the airport.

I’ve been through some rough days. But tough days are fine because you should use them as motivation for better days to come. I am a young manager. But from a personal point of view, this is a big challenge for me.

I want to prove to everyone that we can change our situation. I am here to fight and lead every minute of every day and I have confidence in my ability to change the situation. I believe I can get through this period because I know I’m in the game.

No wonder the villa looks so ordinary. His team His talk should be like his all-hands sales meeting at the Swindon branch.

Fulham 2-0 Aston Villa

76 minutes: It sounds hostile at the away end. Oh again.

Half-time: Leicester 2-0 Leeds

Big halftime for Marsh. This is seven games without a win. Leicester, on the other hand, have played attacking football that we have often loved. they are allowed to do so.

Leeds’ John Ryan: “I watched Leeds for the first time this season and I can see why they are so low in the standings… Terrible decision making and execution. 40 minutes off the mark. You are lucky if you can.”

Kevin will contact you at Douglas Lewis Red. Here are his claims: The latter was clearly the agitator, so my question is why didn’t he get the yellow out of it? I feel like ”

Fulham 2-0 Aston Villa

70 minutes: There were boos for defender Leander Dendonker as Danny Ings left the field. And a very loud voice saying, “I want you to kick out Gerard.” Oh.

goal! Fulham 2-0 Aston Villa (Mitrovic, 68 pens)

Mitro hits with all his might and is enough to defeat Martinez in his hand.

Mitrovic makes 2 in Cottagers. Photo: Paul Childs/Action Images/Reuters

Penalty to Fulham!

Matty Cash, as a sub, handballs when Mitrovic hooks the ball into the box. His hands are in an unnatural position, and that’s to be expected.

Matty Cash accepts the penalty.
Matty Cash accepts the penalty.
Photo: Paul Childs/Action Images/Reuters

goal! Leicester 2-0 Leeds (Barnes, 35)

Nice goals, Praet to Vardy, Dewsbury Hall, Barnes, all one touch. and a goal. beautiful.

Harvey Barnes scored Leicester's second goal.
Harvey Barnes doubled Fox’s lead by shooting through Illan Meslier’s leg. Photo: Geoff Caddick/AFP/Getty Images

Fulham 1-0 Aston Villa

64 mins: Douglas Luiz could have signed Steven Gerrard’s P45. They lose their discipline just as Villa is back in the game.

Red card for Villa’s Douglas Lewis!

Mitrovic goes down after a clash in midfield. Mitro goes down from his chest to his chest and has a head in from the Brazilian. VAR was shown to referee Michael Oliver and he knows. So is Lewis. Mitrovic sold it to him and he bought it. Luis waves to Villa fans as he leaves. Not a good idea.

Douglas Lewis sent off.
Douglas Lewis receives march orders. Photo: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images

Fulham 1-0 Aston Villa

58 minutes: Loud singing from Villa’s fans as Buendia appears. Booked Leon Bailey played poorly. No Coutinho yet.

Fulham 1-0 Aston Villa

54 minutes: The villa has a corner and needs something. But Mitrovic does a great job in the back and out front of the counter. A powerful drive goes behind. Willian’s pass was great. He shows a side of Arsenal rarely seen. Parinha, who is strong in aerial battles, headed from the corner.

Leicester 1-0 Leeds

22 mins: After a foul on Jamie Vardy, good referees allow play, Dennis Praet’s ball goes to Harvey Barnes, but Robin Koch sticks his leg out. Leeds have not won six since his August 21st.

goal! Leicester 1-0 Leeds (Koch, 16 OG)

It’s an important goal for Leicester, but Koch’s comedic own goal. I have no choice but to throw myself into my net.

Robin Koch scores an own goal.
Leicester City’s Harvey Barnes watches Leeds United’s Robin Koch score an own goal. Photo: Geoff Caddick/AFP/Getty Images

Fulham 1-0 Aston Villa

Back at Craven Cottage, Matty Cash comes to the villa and tries to stop Willian from running to the left. Big, big, half a villa. Jan Bednarek was not an auspicious debut for Borrowers.

Leicester 0-0 Leeds

15 minutes: Leeds are in the game more than Brendan Rodgers would like, but so is Leicester.

John will contact you: “It is interesting to note that the two former Arsenal number one and number two goalkeepers are on opposite sides today despite their rivalry at the Emirates.”

Current number two goalkeeper Matt Turner had an easy night against PSV.

Half-time: Fulham 1-0 Aston Villa

Harrison Reed’s goal is a cracker, Willian is great and Fulham are worthy of Reed. Steven Gerrard is proudly booed. oh dear.

Team News at King Power Watch Jamie Vardy challenge Patson Daka. Dennis Praet replaces suspended James Madison. He was cautioned for a terrible goalless draw against Crystal Palace late in the weekend.

For Leeds: Crisencio Somerville makes his first start for Leeds. Escape Crysencio Summerville and the Dogs of War? Patrick Bamford, Junior Firpo and Diego Llorente all start. Bamford missed a penalty against Arsenal on Sunday.

They are underway with King Power.

Leeds' Brenden Aaronson is being challenged by Timothy Castagne.
Leeds’ Brenden Aaronson is being challenged by Timothy Castagne. Photo: James Williamson/AMA/Getty Images

Fulham 1-0 Aston Villa

38 minutes: With Fulham lining up to score, Mitrovic was given the last chance. Villa fans in line to boo the team and Stephen. By the way, Harrison Reid’s goal was beauty.

Nick Ames’ report from Emirates.

goal! Fulham 1-0 Aston Villa (Reed, 36)

Fulham win a corner, entering from the left, with Harrison Reed coming loose, smashing it and turning into Villa’s net. Boos from away fans. Oh Stephen.

Harrison Reed's strike for the Cottages.
Harrison Reed’s strike for the Cottages. Photo: David Klein/Reuters

leicester v leeds team

Leicester: Ward, Castagne, Amarti, Faiz, Justin, Thielemans, Soumare, Dewsbury Hall, Praet, Vardy, Barnes sub: Iversen, Thomas, Mendy, Perez, Iheanacho, Daka, Vestergaard, Braybrooke, Wormleighton

Leeds: Meslier, Firpo, Kristensen, Koch, Llorente, Roca, Adams, Aaronson, Summerville, Sinisterra, Bamford. sub: Cresson, Eiling, Gerhardt, Greenwood, Krich, Cooper, Harrison, Rodrigo, Gnont

Fulham 0-0 Aston Villa

half an hour: It’s not happening in the villa yet, but it could happen in the near future. Leon Bailey blocks the shot and Leno saves Watkins. I became a fan of Villa with a decent voice.

Reactions and match reports that come from there Game, but at the cottage Fulham were a much better team. Willian had his shot saved by Emi Martinez.

Full time: Arsenal 1-0 PSV

It wasn’t spectacular, but it was worth it. Arsenal advance to the knockout stages of the Europa League with maximum points. Ruud’s PSV for him didn’t fare well as it involved Cody Gakpo nit.

90 minutes: We hit the last minute with Emirates.

Mary Waltz points out Ronaldo’s problem: “John, I have to give EtH credit for the understated fashion he handled the issue of Ronaldo. He simply put him on the bench and made no fuss about it. He didn’t brief the press, he didn’t downgrade his abilities, and even after CR7’s poorly performing win, he downplayed the situation. refused.”

85 minutes: Saka leaving the field seems to be fine. Reese Nelson is here. He used to be the next big thing. Saka is already big. What a player he is.

82 minutes: Saka is still on the field and still looks uncomfortable, but he still runs into PSV’s defense and gets a chance to warm Benitez’s hand on goal.

Ben Clark has an answer from Mr. Nonimus, a Dutchman: “The red-white striped trim has been part of the regular home shirt for decades, a Sunderland-style red-and-white vertical trim. So even if the Rangers win (by a good margin), this is not a compliment.”

Ongoing at Craven Cottage

In Fulham v Villa, it doesn’t look like many Villans walked through Bishops Park.

Tyrone Mings
Tyrone Mings hopes to perform better tonight. Photo: David Klein/Reuters

76 minutes: Arsenal make two subs, Jesus off and Martinelli on. Tomiyasu is replaced by Ben White, and the slope continues.

75 minutes: Saka is still struggling and stretching his legs. It may be worse than it looks.

73 minutes: Uh oh! Saka passes through PSV’s defense and shoots. He hits his calf and falls down. Gareth Southgate is more worried, but at worst it seems to be raw wounds, so he’ll carry on.

goal! Arsenal 1-0 PSV (Xhaka, 71)

was coming Audegaard played on Tomiyas and found Xhaka, who was still on the ball to center, and he went home. Celebrations, arms spread and wide smiles recall Tony Adams v Everton in 1998.

Granit Xhaka points at the fans and celebrates the goal.
Granit Xhaka points at the fans and celebrates the goal. Photo: Adrian Dennis/AFP/Getty Images

67 minutes: Nketiah is Arsenal’s newest player, breaking in and shooting on the left. Arteta, along with Thomas Partey and Martin Odegaard, will try to win.

62 minutes: Arsenal are close again and it’s yes again. A good save from Walter Benitez, who dropped a few crangers against the Rangers.

Other important Premier League news: Farewell to Viva, Ronaldo.

Davis will remain Wolves boss until 2023

Important news from the bottom of the Premier League. Jorge Mendes’ contact book was blank and QPR’s Mick Biel said no. Davis won the weekend, but the Wolves did poorly for most of the game in Tuesday’s loss to Palace.

Steve Davis has confirmed that he will be in charge of the top team until 2023.


— Wolves (@Wolves) October 20, 2022

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