Football Arsenal’s Pepe fooled around and looked red in the Leeds draw – Everton’s top lightning winged to victory

Arsenal held a 0-0 draw in the English Premier League against Leeds and Everton cut his losing streak Dominic Calvert-Lewinin on a lightning-fast Sunday.

Arsenal was in trouble as a guest of the series, especially as a winger Nicolas Pepe was driven off the field 51 minutes into the match.

Pepe fooled himself into the shower by pushing the head of the Leeds player Ezgjan Alioskin face, and since then Leeds hit the finish line three times. However, Arsenal avoided a second consecutive loss in the Premier League and is 11th in the series. Leeds is 14th.

“Frustrating because we could have won the match. We can create places, but we don’t finish, ”Leeds coach Marcelo Bielsa stated To the BBC.

Calvert-Lewin hit Everton’s lead as Fulham’s guest after just 42 seconds of play, and Everton crunched a 3–2 away win.

Fulham came close to leveling the score 15 minutes into the game, as he was set up with a through ball coming in from the left, but his shot hit the post Bobby Reidin with a goal, but Calvert-Lewin and Abdoulaye Doucoure struck the guests into a 3-1 break line.

Fulham missed a penalty kick in the second half before Ruben Loftus-Cheekin painted a 2-3 reduction, but Everton took the win, ending the team’s three-match losing streak in the league.

Everton, who won their first four games of the season, is sixth in the series, with Fulham last 17th in last place.

In the Premier League the surprise Sheffield United last season has started its second season in the main series catastrophically.

On Sunday, the team’s predicament was compounded by West Ham, who took a 1-0 win at Sheffield’s Bramall Lane Stadium Sebastien Hallerin 56 minutes into the match.

Sheffield United is last in the series and has only one draw point out of nine matches. With Sunday’s loss, United became the third club in Premier League history to score just a point or less out of the first nine matches of the season.

In the past, Manchester City has “reached” this in the 1995–96 season and Sheffield Wednesday in the 1999–00 season. Both of them dropped out of the Premier League at the end of the season.


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