Everton

23 Feb 19
High Velocity Sport

What happened in the Premier League? Tottenham’s title hopes suffer setback https://ift.tt/2NvdbaN Burnley are unbeaten in their last eight Premier League games, winning five of them Tottenham’s Premier League title hopes suffered a setback with a 2-1 defeat at Burnley, bottom club Huddersfield Town were pushed closer to the relegation by a 2-0 loss at […]

23 Feb 19
Weekly FX Drive-Thru

After a lot of moving and shaking it looks like BREXIT is going down to the wire. Last week’s trade action was as instantly forgettable as the previous 2/3 weeks and frankly having always been able to find something to write about in this blog, of late subject matter has been as elusive as an […]

23 Feb 19
Parlay Game

11:20 ET Nick AmesESPN.com writer BURNLEY, England – Mauricio Pochettino was overwhelmed by the pressure, the expectation that he had put on this match. He described Tottenham's visit to Turf Moor as a "cup final" and now, having lost, the emotions have overflowed. As the teams left the field after Burnley defeated Spurs 2-1 he […]

23 Feb 19
GOOL24.NET

Xogtii ugu dambaysay ayaa sheegaysa xog cajiib ah oo u doodaysa tababaraha culayska ba’ani ku saaran yahay shaqada kooxda Chelsea ee Maurizio Sarri waxaana xogtani ay tahay isbar-bardhig lagu samaynayo xilli ciyaareedkan iyo midkii ugu horreeyay ee Guardiola ee Premier League. Si lamid ah sida Maurizio Sarri, Pep Guardiola ayaa khaladaad soo sameeyay waxaana uu […]

23 Feb 19
News365.co.za

Why I Left Man Utd For China, Fellaini speaks out. After spending just over 10 years in England with Everton and the Red Devils. the Belgium international made the switch to Chinese outfit Shandong Luneng. Marouane Fellaini surprised many when he left Manchester United to move to the Chinese Super League, and the Belgian has now […]

23 Feb 19
FUN88BOLA

Bournemouth dan Wolverhampton kembali bentrok di Premier League di Stadion Vitality. Setelah awal Premier League yang luar biasa, Bournemouth Eddie Howe mendapati diri mereka merosot di klasemen ketika musim dingin dimulai. Mereka kalah 6 kali dalam 7 pertandingan, dan sementara penampilan mereka telah meningkat sejak maka itu masih belum pada tingkat yang kita lihat di […]

23 Feb 19
FiveAll

Manchester United versus Liverpool is undoubtedly the biggest match in English football. Steeped in history, this game has been the box office fixture since the Premier League began (and long before!). It is telling that – if you ask a United or Liverpool fan – many consider this to be the ‘derby’ for their team, […]

23 Feb 19
talkSPORT
Tottenham’s title aspirations took a major blow as they succumbed to a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Burnley at Turf Moor. Ashley Barnes tapped in from close-range from a mishit Johann Berg Gudmundsson cross in the closing stages to claim a well-earned three points for the Clarets. Barnes scored late to give his side three points Victory would have moved Spurs to within two points of Manchester City and Liverpool at the top of the table but Burnley showed why they have not been beaten in the league since Boxing Day. Sean Dyche had speculated that Spurs may choose not to risk Kane with games against Chelsea and Arsenal to come over the next week but Mauricio Pochettino billed this contest as like a final for their Premier League chances. [article-rail-section title=”LATEST PREMIER LEAGUE NEWS” posts_category=”0″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] Since the nadir of a 5-1 home loss to Everton, Burnley have tightened up at the back, shown an increased goal threat and an all-round improvement in organisation, intensity and sharpness. They showed that from the start, with Barnes and Chris Wood – who had scored six goals between them in the previous three games – proving a handful for the Spurs defence. Harry Kane, who came straight back into the starting line-up after seven games out with an ankle injury, unsurprisingly looked a little rusty, taking a couple of heavy touches, but he produced the first real effort on goal in the 16th minute when he drove towards the edge of the box and shot just wide. Kane equalised in the second half for Tottenham At the other end, Barnes came as close as anyone to a goal in a low-key first half with a well-struck shot that curled just over the bar, while Kane was warming to his task and, after Tom Heaton was off his line smartly to pounce at the striker’s feet, Kane headed straight at the keeper. Both men dialled it up several notches in the 50th minute as Kane set his sights on the top corner and let fly with a superb, swerving shot that looked poised to find its target until Heaton flung out a hand and tipped it behind. Burnley were struggling to get out of their own half but a smart turn by Dwight McNeil under pressure in midfield led to the hosts taking a shock lead. His pass set Charlie Taylor away down the left and the full-back’s cross was eventually scrambled behind for a corner. McNeil stepped up to take it and delivered the ball onto the head of Wood, whose effort hit the underside of the bar and bounced down over the line. Pochettino, who appeared furious at the award of the corner, responded by bringing on Fernando Llorente in place of Harry Winks but it was that man Kane who provided the equaliser. Spurs’ title hopes have taken a major blow with the loss A quick throw from Danny Rose caught out the Burnley defence and Kane got in behind, drove into the box and poked the ball confidently past Heaton. It was a more open game now and, after Juan Foyth was booked for a late challenge on Wood, a nice move ended with Jeff Hendrick shooting just wide, while McNeil was denied by Hugo Lloris as Spurs were caught short at the back. Pochettino was furious with referee Mike Dean at full-time They did not heed the lesson, though, and, moments after coming on, Gudmundsson drove into the box and his cross-cum-shot was tucked away at the far post by Barnes. Spurs pushed for an equaliser in four minutes of injury time but Erik Lamela’s header, gratefully grasped by Heaton, was as close as they came. Pochettino was involved in a lengthy exchange with Dean in the centre circle after the final whistle before finally heading off down the tunnel.
23 Feb 19
Web Association

Over the weekend, the Premier League match between Everton and Wolverhampton Wanderers had a short delay as a black cat had wandered onto the pitch – and refused to leave. The game, which took place at Goodison Park in Liverpool, saw the four-legged spectator wandering around the goal and sidelines. Read Full Content Here […] […]

23 Feb 19
Sunday League FM

Forest have their finger tips on a Champions League Final and they’re not out of contention in the league either. Can we firm our grip or will it all slip away?

23 Feb 19
DanielBryte's Blog

Mohamed Salah calls Solskjaer ‘smart manager’ ahead of Liverpool’s trip to Manchester United – Mohamed Salah rates Manchester United boss Solskjaer ahead of their Premier League clash at Old Trafford this weekend – The Reds must avoid defeat in this meeting if they must displace Man City at the summit of the table – Salah […]

23 Feb 19
Blog on you Gunners

Arsenal have confirmed re-arranged dates for three upcoming Premier League fixtures. Our trips to Everton, Watford, and Leicester in April have been selected by Sky Sports for TV coverage. The details are below: Everton v Arsenal Sunday, April 7 (originally Saturday, April 6) Kick-off: 2.05pm Live on: SKY SPORTS Watford v Arsenal Monday, April 15 […]