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Bournemouth 1-1 Wolves: Three penalties in Vitality Stadium draw https://ift.tt/2GG4fyw King scored and missed a penalty for Bournemouth Referee Roger East awarded three dubious penalties as Wolves earned a Premier League draw against Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium. Cherries striker Joshua King scored from the spot after going down easily under Joao Moutinho’s challenge, and […]

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Referee Roger East awards three dubious penalties as Bournemouth and Wolves draw in the Premier League at the Vitality Stadium. from BBC Sport – Football https://ift.tt/2GG4fyw

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23 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
SALOMON RONDON and Ayoze Perez grabbed the goals to humiliate Huddersfield. But it was Toon new boy Miguel Almiron who was the real star of the show at St James’ Park. Salomon Rondon opened the scoring against Huddersfield just after the break Rondon celebrates after grabbing his eighth goal of the season Newcastle’s £20.7million club-record signing was handed his full competitive debut by boss Rafa Benitez. And the pacey Paraguayan lifted the crowd from the first minute, putting in an all-action display in which he did everything but score. Almiron struck the post after 12 minutes with an audacious scoop over Jonas Lossl – and then drew the foul which saw Tommy Smith sent off for a horrible lunge. And his impact paved the way for Rondon and Perez to score twice in six second-half minutes as Newcastle coasted home against the Premier League’s basement boys. Ayoze Perez doubled the lead for Rafa Benitez’s side in the 52nd minute Spanish striker Perez reacts after dispatching his strike into the bottom corner The Toon’s third straight victory at St James’ moves them up to 14th, four points clear of third-bottom Southampton. While the rock-bottom Terriers remain 14 points adrift of safety after losing their 13th game in 14. The game, though, will be remembered for Almiron’s arrival, with Benitez throwing him in from the start after bringing him off the bench last time out at Wolves. Before kick-off, the Toon Army unfurled a banner for ‘Wor Almiron’, which read ‘Quiero Contar Contigo’, a Spanish phrase meaning ‘I want to rely on you’. [opta opta_widget=”matchstats” opta_template=”team_graphs” opta_competition=”8″ opta_season=”2018″ opta_match_id=”987860″ show_widget_title=”hide” /] Tommy Smith was shown a red card for this challenge on Miguel Almiron Almiron was making his home debut for the Magpies following his January switch from Atlanta And Almiron so nearly got off to a dream start after 12 minutes. After Sean Longstaff, Rondon and Isaac Hayden exchanged first-time passes, the latter set the Paraguayan clean through on goal. And Almiron showed a breathtaking burst of pace to race past Smith, then audaciously scooped the ball over keeper Jonas Lossl from the edge of the box – but hit the left post. Rondon also crashed against the upright with the rebound, before seeing another shot well saved by Lossl at his near post. Huddersfield were already under the cosh but after 20 minutes they made matters even worse as Smith saw a straight red for a late and ugly shin-high lunge on man of the moment Almiron. From then on it was a matter of when, not if, Newcastle would break the deadlock. Almiron forced another save from Lossl with a clever left-footed curler. Smith was shown his marching orders just 20 minutes into the clash [opta opta_widget=”matchday_live” opta_template=”normal” opta_competition=”8″ opta_season=”2018″ opta_match_id=”987860″ show_widget_title=”hide” /] Then the ex-Atlanta United star nutmegged Terriers sub Florent Hadergjonaj and saw his shot squirm through the legs of Lossl, but Chris Lowe managed to scramble clear. Apart from that rare lapse, Lossl was keeping Huddersfield in it as he did brilliantly to tip over a powerful Perez volley. Then on the stroke of half-time Rondon somehow missed a stooping six-yard header with the goal gaping, after a stunning first-time cross from Longstaff. But Newcastle made up for their misses after the break – finally scoring less than a minute after the restart. A raking crossfield pass from defender Florian Lejeune found DeAndre Yedlin on the right touchline. Newcastle missed a host of chances during the first half at St James’ Park Rafael Benitez’s side now sit 14th in the Premier League table He centred for Perez, who backheeled to Hayden and then Rondon smashed it through Lossl’s legs. Rondon then turned provider six minutes later, flicking to Perez who hammered home his fifth goal of the season. The Spaniard could have had a second yet struck just wide from Almiron’s clever pass. Then Lossl incredibly tipped sub Kenedy’s thunderous volley onto the bar. Longstaff also clattered the woodwork with a wonderful curler from 25 yards. Before Almiron was subbed off after 81 minutes to a standing ovation from the jubilant crowd. [bc_video video_id=”6005929917001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Friday Round-up: Watch all the best Premier League action”]
23 Feb 19
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Referee Roger East awards three dubious penalties Because Wolves and Bournemouth draw in the Premier League.

23 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
SALOMON RONDON and Ayoze Perez grabbed the goals to humiliate Huddersfield. But it was Toon new boy Miguel Almiron who was the real star of the show at St James’ Park. Salomon Rondon opened the scoring against Huddersfield just after the break Rondon celebrates after grabbing his eighth goal of the season Newcastle’s £20.7million club-record signing was handed his full competitive debut by boss Rafa Benitez. And the pacey Paraguayan lifted the crowd from the first minute, putting in an all-action display in which he did everything but score. Almiron struck the post after 12 minutes with an audacious scoop over Jonas Lossl – and then drew the foul which saw Tommy Smith sent off for a horrible lunge. And his impact paved the way for Rondon and Perez to score twice in six second-half minutes as Newcastle coasted home against the Premier League’s basement boys. Ayoze Perez doubled the lead for Rafa Benitez’s side in the 52nd minute Spanish striker Perez reacts after dispatching his strike into the bottom corner The Toon’s third straight victory at St James’ moves them up to 14th, four points clear of third-bottom Southampton. While the rock-bottom Terriers remain 14 points adrift of safety after losing their 13th game in 14. The game, though, will be remembered for Almiron’s arrival, with Benitez throwing him in from the start after bringing him off the bench last time out at Wolves. Before kick-off, the Toon Army unfurled a banner for ‘Wor Almiron’, which read ‘Quiero Contar Contigo’, a Spanish phrase meaning ‘I want to rely on you’. [opta opta_widget=”matchstats” opta_template=”team_graphs” opta_competition=”8″ opta_season=”2018″ opta_match_id=”987860″ show_widget_title=”hide” /] Tommy Smith was shown a red card for this challenge on Miguel Almiron Almiron was making his home debut for the Magpies following his January switch from Atlanta And Almiron so nearly got off to a dream start after 12 minutes. After Sean Longstaff, Rondon and Isaac Hayden exchanged first-time passes, the latter set the Paraguayan clean through on goal. And Almiron showed a breathtaking burst of pace to race past Smith, then audaciously scooped the ball over keeper Jonas Lossl from the edge of the box – but hit the left post. Rondon also crashed against the upright with the rebound, before seeing another shot well saved by Lossl at his near post. Huddersfield were already under the cosh but after 20 minutes they made matters even worse as Smith saw a straight red for a late and ugly shin-high lunge on man of the moment Almiron. From then on it was a matter of when, not if, Newcastle would break the deadlock. Almiron forced another save from Lossl with a clever left-footed curler. Smith was shown his marching orders just 20 minutes into the clash [opta opta_widget=”matchday_live” opta_template=”normal” opta_competition=”8″ opta_season=”2018″ opta_match_id=”987860″ show_widget_title=”hide” /] Then the ex-Atlanta United star nutmegged Terriers sub Florent Hadergjonaj and saw his shot squirm through the legs of Lossl, but Chris Lowe managed to scramble clear. Apart from that rare lapse, Lossl was keeping Huddersfield in it as he did brilliantly to tip over a powerful Perez volley. Then on the stroke of half-time Rondon somehow missed a stooping six-yard header with the goal gaping, after a stunning first-time cross from Longstaff. But Newcastle made up for their misses after the break – finally scoring less than a minute after the restart. A raking crossfield pass from defender Florian Lejeune found DeAndre Yedlin on the right touchline. Newcastle missed a host of chances during the first half at St James’ Park Rafael Benitez’s side now sit 14th in the Premier League table He centred for Perez, who backheeled to Hayden and then Rondon smashed it through Lossl’s legs. Rondon then turned provider six minutes later, flicking to Perez who hammered home his fifth goal of the season. The Spaniard could have had a second yet struck just wide from Almiron’s clever pass. Then Lossl incredibly tipped sub Kenedy’s thunderous volley onto the bar. Longstaff also clattered the woodwork with a wonderful curler from 25 yards. Before Almiron was subbed off after 81 minutes to a standing ovation from the jubilant crowd. [bc_video video_id=”6005929917001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Friday Round-up: Watch all the best Premier League action”]
23 Feb 19
The Sun
WOLVES will feel justice was done after Rui Patricio saved the THIRD penalty of the game to earn his side a point. The visitors had just equalised from a Raul Jimenez spotkick when referee Roger East pointed to the spot in Bournemouth’s favour for the second time in the game. King converts from the penalty to give Bournemouth a 1-0 lead But Ivan Cavaleiro’s challenge on Ryan Fraser was just outside the box and it was only right that Patricio made a fabulous stop from Josh King. Wolves were already furious with East for giving King the chance to give the home side the lead from a penalty, despite Joao Moutinho appearing to win the ball. They were more angry still when the official gave only a corner after Cherries’ defender Chris Mepham appeared guilty of a blatant handball. The controversy will lead to more criticism of the Premier League for failing to bring in VAR, following Chicharito’s handball equaliser for West Ham on Friday night. Ref Roger East gave the Cherries a very doubtful penalty in the first half But the referee denied Wolves a penalty after Chris Mepham’s handball in the box, and instead penalised Diogo Jota with a yellow card [article-rail-section title=”most read in football” posts_category=”339″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”popular” /] But the upshot of all the drama was that Wolves stayed ahead of Bournemouth in the battle to be best of the rest behind the top six. Wolves were the better side in the early stages but Bournemouth took the lead from their first attack – with a lot of help from referee East. Most people thought Moutinho had touched the ball away from King before the Bournemouth player hit the floor. But East pointed to the spot and King converted. Wolves’ anger only increased when East denied them the chance to equalise from the spot. Raul Jimenez slides into the net having failed to score a goal Jimenez equalises from the spot in the second half The Mexican celebrates his ninth Premier League goal of the season Mepham rolled the ball off his head on to his right arm and then appeared to flick it away and behind. But East awarded a corner and gave Diogo Jota a yellow card for his protests. Jota came closest to equalising before the break, but after turning past Mepham he dragged his shot wide of the far post and ahead of the arriving Jimenez. Wolves threatened again early in the second half. From a first Joao Moutinho corner, Leander Dendoncker forced a save from Artur Boruc and from the resulting second, Willy Boly should have done better than head the ball on to the top of the net. Ryan Fraser and Ryan Bennet clash heads Water hoses pop out and spray the players before the referee finished the game at Vitality Stadium Then £19m man Dominic Solanke had two chances to open his Bournemouth account on his home debut, but headed a King cross wide before seeing a shot saved by Patricio. Solanke’s fellow Liverpool exile, Jordon Ibe, hit the bar in the 73rd minute but Wolves finally equalised when Smith brought down Doherty and Jimenez rolled in the penalty. Seconds later, East was at it again, giving Bournemouth a penalty that shouldn’t have been. Patricio did superbly to keep out King’s spokick and both teams had further chances to win before the sprinklers came on in stoppage time to give a fitting ending to a bizarre game. [bc_video video_id=”6003206379001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Man United look to sign Ruben Neves but £100m valuation threatens to ruin deal”]
23 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
WOLVES will feel justice was done after Rui Patricio saved the THIRD penalty of the game to earn his side a point. The visitors had just equalised from a Raul Jimenez spotkick when referee Roger East pointed to the spot in Bournemouth’s favour for the second time in the game. King converts from the penalty to give Bournemouth a 1-0 lead But Ivan Cavaleiro’s challenge on Ryan Fraser was just outside the box and it was only right that Patricio made a fabulous stop from Josh King. Wolves were already furious with East for giving King the chance to give the home side the lead from a penalty, despite Joao Moutinho appearing to win the ball. They were more angry still when the official gave only a corner after Cherries’ defender Chris Mepham appeared guilty of a blatant handball. The controversy will lead to more criticism of the Premier League for failing to bring in VAR, following Chicharito’s handball equaliser for West Ham on Friday night. Ref Roger East gave the Cherries a very doubtful penalty in the first half But the referee denied Wolves a penalty after Chris Mepham’s handball in the box, and instead penalised Diogo Jota with a yellow card [article-rail-section title=”most read in football” posts_category=”3″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”popular” /] But the upshot of all the drama was that Wolves stayed ahead of Bournemouth in the battle to be best of the rest behind the top six. Wolves were the better side in the early stages but Bournemouth took the lead from their first attack – with a lot of help from referee East. Most people thought Moutinho had touched the ball away from King before the Bournemouth player hit the floor. But East pointed to the spot and King converted. Wolves’ anger only increased when East denied them the chance to equalise from the spot. Raul Jimenez slides into the net having failed to score a goal Jimenez equalises from the spot in the second half The Mexican celebrates his ninth Premier League goal of the season Mepham rolled the ball off his head on to his right arm and then appeared to flick it away and behind. But East awarded a corner and gave Diogo Jota a yellow card for his protests. Jota came closest to equalising before the break, but after turning past Mepham he dragged his shot wide of the far post and ahead of the arriving Jimenez. Wolves threatened again early in the second half. From a first Joao Moutinho corner, Leander Dendoncker forced a save from Artur Boruc and from the resulting second, Willy Boly should have done better than head the ball on to the top of the net. Ryan Fraser and Ryan Bennet clash heads Water hoses pop out and spray the players before the referee finished the game at Vitality Stadium Then £19m man Dominic Solanke had two chances to open his Bournemouth account on his home debut, but headed a King cross wide before seeing a shot saved by Patricio. Solanke’s fellow Liverpool exile, Jordon Ibe, hit the bar in the 73rd minute but Wolves finally equalised when Smith brought down Doherty and Jimenez rolled in the penalty. Seconds later, East was at it again, giving Bournemouth a penalty that shouldn’t have been. Patricio did superbly to keep out King’s spokick and both teams had further chances to win before the sprinklers came on in stoppage time to give a fitting ending to a bizarre game. [bc_video video_id=”6003206379001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Man United look to sign Ruben Neves but £100m valuation threatens to ruin deal”]
23 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
WOLVES will feel justice was done after Rui Patricio saved the THIRD penalty of the game to earn his side a point. The visitors had just equalised from a Raul Jimenez spotkick when referee Roger East pointed to the spot in Bournemouth’s favour for the second time in the game. King converts from the penalty to give Bournemouth a 1-0 lead But Ivan Cavaleiro’s challenge on Ryan Fraser was just outside the box and it was only right that Patricio made a fabulous stop from Josh King. Wolves were already furious with East for giving King the chance to give the home side the lead from a penalty, despite Joao Moutinho appearing to win the ball. They were more angry still when the official gave only a corner after Cherries’ defender Chris Mepham appeared guilty of a blatant handball. The controversy will lead to more criticism of the Premier League for failing to bring in VAR, following Chicharito’s handball equaliser for West Ham on Friday night. Ref Roger East gave the Cherries a very doubtful penalty in the first half But the referee denied Wolves a penalty after Chris Mepham’s handball in the box, and instead penalised Diogo Jota with a yellow card [article-rail-section title=”most read in football” posts_category=”10″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”popular” /] But the upshot of all the drama was that Wolves stayed ahead of Bournemouth in the battle to be best of the rest behind the top six. Wolves were the better side in the early stages but Bournemouth took the lead from their first attack – with a lot of help from referee East. Most people thought Moutinho had touched the ball away from King before the Bournemouth player hit the floor. But East pointed to the spot and King converted. Wolves’ anger only increased when East denied them the chance to equalise from the spot. Raul Jimenez slides into the net having failed to score a goal Jimenez equalises from the spot in the second half The Mexican celebrates his ninth Premier League goal of the season Mepham rolled the ball off his head on to his right arm and then appeared to flick it away and behind. But East awarded a corner and gave Diogo Jota a yellow card for his protests. Jota came closest to equalising before the break, but after turning past Mepham he dragged his shot wide of the far post and ahead of the arriving Jimenez. Wolves threatened again early in the second half. From a first Joao Moutinho corner, Leander Dendoncker forced a save from Artur Boruc and from the resulting second, Willy Boly should have done better than head the ball on to the top of the net. Ryan Fraser and Ryan Bennet clash heads Water hoses pop out and spray the players before the referee finished the game at Vitality Stadium Then £19m man Dominic Solanke had two chances to open his Bournemouth account on his home debut, but headed a King cross wide before seeing a shot saved by Patricio. Solanke’s fellow Liverpool exile, Jordon Ibe, hit the bar in the 73rd minute but Wolves finally equalised when Smith brought down Doherty and Jimenez rolled in the penalty. Seconds later, East was at it again, giving Bournemouth a penalty that shouldn’t have been. Patricio did superbly to keep out King’s spokick and both teams had further chances to win before the sprinklers came on in stoppage time to give a fitting ending to a bizarre game. [bc_video video_id=”6003206379001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Man United look to sign Ruben Neves but £100m valuation threatens to ruin deal”]
23 Feb 19
The Sun
SALOMON RONDON and Ayoze Perez grabbed the goals to humiliate Huddersfield. But it was Toon new boy Miguel Almiron who was the real star of the show at St James’ Park. Salomon Rondon opened the scoring against Huddersfield just after the break Rondon celebrates after grabbing his eighth goal of the season Newcastle’s £20.7million club-record signing was handed his full competitive debut by boss Rafa Benitez. And the pacey Paraguayan lifted the crowd from the first minute, putting in an all-action display in which he did everything but score. Almiron struck the post after 12 minutes with an audacious scoop over Jonas Lossl – and then drew the foul which saw Tommy Smith sent off for a horrible lunge. And his impact paved the way for Rondon and Perez to score twice in six second-half minutes as Newcastle coasted home against the Premier League’s basement boys. Ayoze Perez doubled the lead for Rafa Benitez’s side in the 52nd minute Spanish striker Perez reacts after dispatching his strike into the bottom corner The Toon’s third straight victory at St James’ moves them up to 14th, four points clear of third-bottom Southampton. While the rock-bottom Terriers remain 14 points adrift of safety after losing their 13th game in 14. The game, though, will be remembered for Almiron’s arrival, with Benitez throwing him in from the start after bringing him off the bench last time out at Wolves. Before kick-off, the Toon Army unfurled a banner for ‘Wor Almiron’, which read ‘Quiero Contar Contigo’, a Spanish phrase meaning ‘I want to rely on you’. [opta opta_widget=”matchstats” opta_template=”team_graphs” opta_competition=”8″ opta_season=”2018″ opta_match_id=”987860″ show_widget_title=”hide” /] Tommy Smith was shown a red card for this challenge on Miguel Almiron Almiron was making his home debut for the Magpies following his January switch from Atlanta And Almiron so nearly got off to a dream start after 12 minutes. After Sean Longstaff, Rondon and Isaac Hayden exchanged first-time passes, the latter set the Paraguayan clean through on goal. And Almiron showed a breathtaking burst of pace to race past Smith, then audaciously scooped the ball over keeper Jonas Lossl from the edge of the box – but hit the left post. Rondon also crashed against the upright with the rebound, before seeing another shot well saved by Lossl at his near post. Huddersfield were already under the cosh but after 20 minutes they made matters even worse as Smith saw a straight red for a late and ugly shin-high lunge on man of the moment Almiron. From then on it was a matter of when, not if, Newcastle would break the deadlock. Almiron forced another save from Lossl with a clever left-footed curler. Smith was shown his marching orders just 20 minutes into the clash [opta opta_widget=”matchday_live” opta_template=”normal” opta_competition=”8″ opta_season=”2018″ opta_match_id=”987860″ show_widget_title=”hide” /] Then the ex-Atlanta United star nutmegged Terriers sub Florent Hadergjonaj and saw his shot squirm through the legs of Lossl, but Chris Lowe managed to scramble clear. Apart from that rare lapse, Lossl was keeping Huddersfield in it as he did brilliantly to tip over a powerful Perez volley. Then on the stroke of half-time Rondon somehow missed a stooping six-yard header with the goal gaping, after a stunning first-time cross from Longstaff. But Newcastle made up for their misses after the break – finally scoring less than a minute after the restart. A raking crossfield pass from defender Florian Lejeune found DeAndre Yedlin on the right touchline. Newcastle missed a host of chances during the first half at St James’ Park Rafael Benitez’s side now sit 14th in the Premier League table He centred for Perez, who backheeled to Hayden and then Rondon smashed it through Lossl’s legs. Rondon then turned provider six minutes later, flicking to Perez who hammered home his fifth goal of the season. The Spaniard could have had a second yet struck just wide from Almiron’s clever pass. Then Lossl incredibly tipped sub Kenedy’s thunderous volley onto the bar. Longstaff also clattered the woodwork with a wonderful curler from 25 yards. Before Almiron was subbed off after 81 minutes to a standing ovation from the jubilant crowd. [bc_video video_id=”6005929917001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Friday Round-up: Watch all the best Premier League action”]