In the Premier League title race, Manchester City defeated Watford 5-1 and scored four goals to give Arsenal a 3-1 win over Manchester United for the fourth time. City are five games away from defending their title, but manager Pep Guardiola has warned Liverpool they need to beat them all to end the season. Guardiola can provide the luxury of making six changes for the Hornets’ return trip for the title.
Jesus, who has been linked with a move to Arsenal this summer, was one of the first players to be withdrawn from the starting line-up, and on Tuesday he urged Guardiola to choose Real Madrid to visit the Etihad in the first leg. Champions League semi-final. Oleksandr Zinchenko’s cross gave the Brazilian just four minutes to open the scoring, with Kevin De Bruyne’s infamous goal doubling City’s lead.
Hassane Camara’s brilliant shot gave Watford hope for a short time, but Rodrigo’s brilliant shot quickly restored City’s two-goal cushion. Jesus scored his first Premier League hat-trick on penalties, and De Bruyne thanked them for another one-inch pass for the fourth time. Guardiola De Bruyne, Rodri and Emerick Laporte will then be able to afford the luxury of a recall to keep them fresh in the game against Madrid.
Liverpool were able to close the gap on leaders by one point as they host Everton in the Merseyside derby on Sunday. – Arsenal beat Manchester United – The other side of Manchester are likely to miss Champions League football next season after Arsenal ended a miserable week for United in the Emirates. Bukaio Saka made it 2-0 on penalties, but Mikel Arteta’s men opened the scoring just two minutes after Nuno Tavares opened the scoring.
Cristiano Ronaldo has returned to United after a 4-0 humiliation at Liverpool on Tuesday following the death of his newborn son. The five-time Ballon d’Or winner scored his 100th Premier League goal before the end of the hour, leaving the visitors out. But United fans will be wondering why Ronaldo left the blame to Bruno Fernandez when the Red Devils took a penalty at the end of time. Fernandez hits a pole and Granit Jacque Granit Jaka rubs salt into United’s injury to beat Arsenal three points before Tottenham, who travel to Brentford on Saturday night. United remain sixth, six points behind the Gunners, and temporary boss Ralph Rangnik has admitted that his hopes of being in the top four are dashed. “Even before that game, it was very unlikely for me, but after today’s result, the first four are gone,” Rangnik said. Newcastle have been doing well since they were able to raise money from the Saudi Wealth Fund in January, with Joelinton scoring twice at the bottom of the table to beat Norwich 3-0. Bruno Guimaraes also hit the Magpies in ninth place. Leicester and Aston Villa drew 0-0 at King Power Stadium.
Joelinton scored his 100th Premier League game with two goals, and Newcastle moved up to ninth, bringing Norwich closer to the lower divisions.
Keane Dowell put the hosts, who were eight points behind in five games, with two good chances for the first time.
Joelinton scored from Allan Saint-Maximin’s cross and the first goal came in the top corner.
Jacob Murphy added a second from close range after Newcastle came in behind Norwich’s defense.
These were his third and fourth goals of the season.
Another Brazilian from Bruno Guimaraes scored United’s third goal after the Norwich goalkeeper passed it directly to Tim Krul.
Only Liverpool have scored more points than Newcastle in the 2022 Premier League. This is the first time since May 2014 that Newcastle have finished ninth in a single season, and although they have spent 150 days in the knockout stages, it is not much.
Five months long in football
The teams met in November, drawing 1-1 at St James’ Park, and Newcastle finished bottom of the table with no wins from 14 games. No team has stood in this position.
Norwich were three points and two places ahead of them.
However, the fate of Newcastle changed dramatically with the Saudi leadership, the Howe administration, and a number of major deals in January.
One of Howe’s biggest accomplishments was transforming Joelinton from a shy striker into a fighting midfielder. However, he was in the lead as Chris Wood was left on the bench for £ 25 million.
His first goal came after Norway’s defenders failed to complete a St. Maximin pass after a good Murphy winger, and the goal was finally scored after a video assistant referee checked to see if Murphy was offside.
Guimaraes scored a superb goal for Murphy and Joe Willock behind Norwich’s defense, and Joelinton put Murphy’s ball on the backboard.
Khimki’s lazy pass to Kenny MacLean was interrupted by Guimaraes, who was signed in the winter for £ 35million, and Norwich were given a very good shot by throwing the ball high over the Dutch goalkeeper.
Before Joelinton was replaced by Miguel Almiron in the 67th minute, Krul had a chance to throw a hat-trick from outside the box.
At one point, Newcastle fans dreamed of 17th place and safety. They are now 15 points behind the relegation zone.
If Dowell had taken any chances in the first half for Norwich, things would have been different. First he overcame a pass from Matthias Norman and then broke a ball cut by Temu Pukki.
The fate of Dean Smith’s team has yet to be decided, with eight points to go in five games.
Pukki took a chance to hit away from the far post, but they never came back.
Oldham fans stormed the pitch, protesting that the game was in the playoffs and was unresolved.
The Latiks are close to relegation to the National League for the first time in their history, with John Sherida’s side losing 2-1 to Salford City before stopping the game.
Hundreds of Oldham Athletic fans stormed the pitch for the first time in the final stages of their game against Salford City, who were about to be relegated from the Football League.
About ten minutes before the end of the match, the fans entered the Border Park. The home side were 2-1 behind at this stage, and the combined victory of Barrow and Stevenage means Oldham will be relegated to a non-league league for the first time in their 116-year history.
Under the leadership of owner Abdullah Lemsagam, fans protesting against the club’s death entered the pitch to witness the unfortunate incident. Despite the best efforts of the authorities and, in the end, the police, the protesters remained on the square. Referee Robert Madley sent two sets of players off the field. Former Oldham striker Matt Smith opened the scoring for the Emmy before Davis Keylor-Dun restored the tie. But Brandon Thomas-Asante scored for the visitors just before the break.
Oldham could not overcome again before the attack. In a video posted on social media, Latix manager John Sheridan is in his sixth term as head coach and tried to leave the field for his fans before the game resumed at 5.30pm.
It seems that the players have left the game and it is unlikely that they will return after the game, but neither club has confirmed this.
If the result remains the same, Oldham will be the first team to play in the Premier League since its inception in 1992 and will be relegated. They were part of the first season of the Premier League from 1992-1993, finishing 19th in the 22-team division before relegation the following season.
Gary Neville, a former Manchester United player and co-owner of Salford City, said during the game: “Oldham-Salford have left the game. Oldham’s fans are on the pitch and it’s really angry.”
If Oldham face the humiliation of being relegated to the National League, they will suffer six or perhaps seven financial losses, said football finance guru Kiran Maguire.
“If you get into the lower leagues, you will receive a parachute fee from the EFL for two seasons, but you will immediately lose everything called the Premier League solidarity fee, which is around £ 700,000 a year,” he told the Oldham Times. .
“For the parachute fee, you get £ 400,000 a year from the EFL deal in the second division. So I think you’ve halved that. So you’re going to be around £ 1.1 million to £ 200,000. The national league is a really tough league. The league as a whole is full-time except for one club, and most clubs in the Northern National League are full-time. There’s no guarantee that clubs like Stockport will stay in the Northern National League because you’ve seen them. “
On TV, Sheridan talked to the fans and tried to leave the field, but there were a lot of people on the field. A briefing is expected at 5:45 p.m.