LeicesterCity0FT3Click here to reveal spoilers.CrystalPalaceStadium: King Power Stadium (Leicester, Leicestershire)Attendance: 31081Referee: M. Atkinson 57 43 1 0 1 2 Ball Possession Shots off target Shots on target Possession 57 43 Shots off target 1 0 Shots on target 1 2 Fouls 2 5 Corners 3 0 Offsides 0 0 Yellow Cards 4 2 Red Cards
Gameweek 13 in the English Premier League brought up numerous low-scoring affairs with the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal and Manchester City picking up victories by the narrowest of margins, while Watford continued their ascendancy with a 3-0 win at Newcastle. Liverpool were forced to settle with a point after Willian’s freak equaliser for Chelsea
Everton striker Oumar Niasse has become the first Premier League player to be charged with ‘conning’ a referee. The FA panel came to a unanimous decision that the 27-year-old dived to win a penalty in the 2-2 draw against Crystal Palace, falling under the category of ‘Successful Deception of a Match Official’. Oumar Niasse has
Six players have been nominated for the Premier League Player of the Month award for October. Manchester City are unsurprisingly represented after their stellar start to the campaign continued throughout the month, winning all three fixtures and scoring 12 times. Kevin De Bruyne and Leroy Sane lead the way for The Citizens, with the former
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Sam Allardyce could be making a return to international management by taking up the vacant United States National Team spot, according to France Football Magazine. Bruce Arena, who had taken over from German manager Jurgen Klinsmann in December 2016, walked away from the position last week after failing to qualify the US for the 2018
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One of the greatest-ever Premier League strikers could return to English soil next season, with Crystal Palace plotting a move for Robin van Persie. The two-time Golden Boot winner enjoyed successful spells with Arsenal and Manchester United, creating a huge controversy when switching from the former to the latter in 2012. Robin van Persie departed
ManchesterUnitedJ. Harrop (15′)P. Pogba (19′)2FT0Click here to reveal spoilers.CrystalPalaceStadium: Old Trafford (Manchester)Attendance: 75254Referee: A. Taylor3101BallPossessionShotsoff targetShotson targetPossessionShots off target31Shots on target01Fouls1611Corners36Offsides01Yellow Cards10Red Cards00Manchester UnitedJosé Mourinho (homeFormation)#Name40Joel Castro4P. Jones3E. Bailly38A. Tuanzebe6P. Pogba16M. Carrick14J. Lingard11A. Martial46J. Harrop35D. Mitchell24T. Fosu-Mensah39S. McTominay10W. Rooney47A. GomesCrystal PalaceS. Allardyce (awayFormation)#Name13W. Hennessey5J. Tomkins34M. Kelly2J. Ward3P. van Aanholt25S. Kaikai42J. Puncheon18J. McArthur26B. Sako28L. Milivojević11W. Zaha9F.
Match InfoManchester UnitedDSouthampton – Manchester United 0 – 0LTottenham Hotspur – Manchester United 2 – 1DManchester United – Celta de Vigo 1 – 1LArsenal – Manchester United 2 – 0WCelta de Vigo – Manchester United 0 – 1Competition:Premier LeagueDate:21 May 2017Kick-off:16:00Stadium:Old Trafford (Manchester)Crystal PalaceWCrystal Palace – Hull City 4 – 0LManchester City – Crystal Palace
Match InfoCrystal PalaceLManchester City – Crystal Palace 5 – 0LCrystal Palace – Burnley 0 – 2LCrystal Palace – Tottenham Hotspur 0 – 1WLiverpool – Crystal Palace 1 – 2DCrystal Palace – Leicester City 2 – 2Competition:Premier LeagueDate:14 May 2017Kick-off:13:00Stadium:Selhurst Park (London)Hull CityLHull City – Sunderland 0 – 2DSouthampton – Hull City 0 – 0WHull City