Kevin De Bruyne beats Son Heung-min and Alisson to take first place in the Premier League – Sky Sports Breaking News 2021

Kevin De Bruyne beats Son Heung-min and Alisson to take first place in the Premier League, News Sky Sports, sky sports

Manchester City playmaker Kevin De Bruyne takes the top spot. Heung-Min Son scored six goals in many matches and finished runner-up. Liverpool stopper Alisson finished third. Crystal Palace, Manchester United, Leicester, Chelsea and Wolverhampton also made the top 10.

A round-up of all the Premier League action from matchweek 31, featuring Brentford’s stunning 4-1 win at Chelsea, Arsenal’s 3-0 defeat to Crystal Palace and more!

Kevin De Bruyne beats Son Heung-min and Alisson to take first place in the Premier League

Manchester City playmaker Kevin De Bruyne takes the top spot. Heung-Min Son scored six goals in many matches and finished runner-up. Liverpool stopper Alisson finished third. Crystal Palace, Manchester United, Leicester, Chelsea and Wolverhampton also made the top 10.

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Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne broke a deadlock against Burnley, scoring his fourth goal in three league games this week, beating Liverpool stopper Alisson (3rd place) on the form chart.

Tottenham winger Heung-Min Son maintained the purple patch by scoring one goal and one assist in knocking Newcastle down 5-1, finishing as runners-up and scoring six goals in many games.

Crystal Palace goalkeeper Vicente Guaita (No. 4) returned from injury in a 3-0 victory over Arsenal in early March, and team-mate Joachim Andersen (No.

Cristiano Ronaldo (No. 6) slipped four steps after missing out on a 1-1 draw with Leicester due to illness, and Fox midfielder James Madison (No. 8) placed in an elite position after scoring a goal from Kelechi Iheanazzo. has been maintained.

How is the power ranking calculated?
Power rankings are based on the points awarded to players for 35 different stats, from goals and assists to blocks and tackles. Ranking takes into account the number of points a player has earned up to the previous 5 game days of the season, and each previous game is worth 20% less points in incremental deductions.

Liverpool left-back Andy Robertson (No. 5) is having his best season so far. In a 2-0 win over Watford, he set the team record for number one while holding the title alongside Pep Guardiola’s team. Gyeongju.

Chelsea forward Kai Havertz (No. 9) plummeted in the standings after a 4-1 loss to Brentford, while Wolves fullback Johnny (No. 10) scored two goals in a 2-1 win over moved in the opposite direction. Aston Villa.

Ronald Koeman: former Barcelona manager who will succeed Louis van Gaal as Dutch manager from 2023

Ronald Koeman has been unemployed since being sacked from Barcelona earlier this season. Luis van Gaal leads the Netherlands at the World Cup in Qatar, but resigns after being diagnosed with prostate cancer.

Ronald Koeman has signed a three-year contract to return as Dutch manager from 2023.

The former Southampton and Everton managers have been out of work since being sacked from Barcelona earlier this season.

He is the second manager of Koeman to move to Barca after leading the 2018-19 UEFA Nations League runners-up and qualifying for Euro 2020.

Luis van Gaal will lead the Netherlands at the World Cup in Qatar, but will resign after revelations that he had been diagnosed with prostate cancer.

“I’m looking forward to the new collaboration. It’s been a little over a year and a half, but I certainly haven’t left the Dutch national team in dissatisfaction,” said Koeman.

“My stay felt good, the results were good and the clicks with the international players were good too. We will continue that way soon. That’s for sure for me.”

He tweeted: “I am proud to share the news that I will be coaching the Dutch national team again after WC. I am very excited. Let’s reach new success together!”

The Royal Dutch Football Association (KNVB) said on its official website, “After the World Cup, Ronald Koeman will succeed Luis van Gaal as coach of the national team.

“His contract with KNVB lasts until the 2026 World Cup and is now signed by both parties.”

Van Hal, he revealed that he had prostate cancer

Former Manchester United manager Van Gaal revealed that he had cancer on Sunday evening while promoting a new documentary about his life on a Dutch TV show called Humberto.

Van Gaal said of his players: “They don’t know. They see my cheeks blush and they think, ‘This is a healthy guy. Of course not.”

He added: “I’ve had a lot of ailments, including my wife, so it’s just a part of life.

“(I) would probably have gotten richer because of all that experience as a human being. I thought it had to be in the movies as well.”

Van Gaal will take over the Netherlands for the third time in August 2021, following a previous third place finish at the 2014 World Cup.

He replaced Frank de Boer after the disappointing Euro 2020 campaign in which the Netherlands were eliminated in the round of 16 and now he will lead his country at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar later this year.

On Friday, they drew hosts Qatar and African Cup of Nations champions Senegal and Ecuador in Group A of the tournament in November.

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Netherlands boss Louis van Gaal is receiving treatment for prostate cancer

Andy Robertson: Liverpool left-back throws lighters at Benfica fans during Champions League win.
Liverpool scored goals from Ibrahima Konate, Sadio Mane and Luis Diaz in a 3-1 win over Benfica in Lisbon ahead of their comeback next week. In the final minutes of the game, Andy Robertson looked like he threw an object while preparing for a corner kick.

Andy Robertson became a lighter target for Benfica fans in Liverpool’s Champions League quarter-final first leg on Tuesday, but the left-back joked that “maybe it will help them quit smoking”.

Goals from Ibrahima Konate, Sadio Mane and Luis Diaz helped Klopp’s team win 3-1 in Lisbon ahead of their comeback next week.

In the final minutes of the game, Robertson, who had previously assisted Konate’s Liverpool first goal, appeared to throw an object at Konate while preparing for a corner kick.

About the post-match incident, he told BT Sport: That’s right, luckily they were all very close to me but they didn’t hit me.

“It’s hard when the game is late and the fans are frustrated, but you shouldn’t throw objects on the pitch. It can hurt people. I tried to get out of the corner as quickly as possible.”

A midweek victory as Manchester City lead 1-0 in the first leg of the Champions League against Atlético Madrid as Liverpool and City head for the Premier League title showdown at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday. It will be broadcast live on Sky Sports.

Liverpool then face Benfica at Anfield on 13 April. An unprecedented quadruple still remains on the card.

“It’s still a big game next week,” Robertson said. “We want to make it to the semi-finals and we still have a lot of work to do to get there.

“But with the fans on the pitch, we can hopefully get the job done.”

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Liverpool beat Benfica 3-1 in Lisbon on Tuesday night in their Champions League quarter-final first leg

Andy Robertson: Liverpool left-back throws lighters at Benfica fans during Champions League win.
Liverpool scored goals from Ibrahima Konate, Sadio Mane and Luis Diaz in a 3-1 win over Benfica in Lisbon ahead of their comeback next week. In the final minutes of the game, Andy Robertson looked like he threw an object while preparing for a corner kick.

Andy Robertson became a lighter target for Benfica fans in Liverpool’s Champions League quarter-final first leg on Tuesday, but the left-back joked that “maybe it will help them quit smoking”.

Goals from Ibrahima Konate, Sadio Mane and Luis Diaz helped Klopp’s team win 3-1 in Lisbon ahead of their comeback next week.

In the final minutes of the game, Robertson, who had previously assisted Konate’s Liverpool first goal, appeared to throw an object at Konate while preparing for a corner kick.

About the post-match incident, he told BT Sport: That’s right, luckily they were all very close to me but they didn’t hit me.

“It’s hard when the game is late and the fans are frustrated, but you shouldn’t throw objects on the pitch. It can hurt people. I tried to get out of the corner as quickly as possible.”

A midweek victory as Manchester City lead 1-0 in the first leg of the Champions League against Atlético Madrid as Liverpool and City head for the Premier League title showdown at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday. It will be broadcast live on Sky Sports.

Liverpool then face Benfica at Anfield on 13 April. An unprecedented quadruple still remains on the card.

“It’s still a big game next week,” Robertson said. “We want to make it to the semi-finals and we still have a lot of work to do to get there.

“But with the fans on the pitch, we can hopefully get the job done.”

10 April – Manchester City (a) Premier League, broadcast live on Sky Sports

April 13 – Benfica (h) Champions League QF second leg

April 16/17 – Manchester City (Wembley) FA Cup Semi-Finals

April 19 – Manchester United (h) Premier League, broadcast live on Sky Sports

April 24 – Everton(h) Premier League, live on Sky Sports

April 26/27 – Villarreal/Bayern Munich Champions League SF first leg *

30 April – Newcastle (a) Premier League

3/4 May – Villarreal/Bayern Munich Champions League SF second leg *

May 7 – Tottenham (h) Premier League

May 10 – Aston Villa (a) Premier League, live on Sky Sports

May 14 – FA Cup Final *

May 15 – Southampton (a) Premier League, live on Sky Sports

May 22 – Wolves (h) Premier League

May 28 – Champions League Final *

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Manchester City v Liverpool: Nev, Kara, Keane & Richards in the studio

The huge Premier League clash between Liverpool and Manchester City takes place on Super Sunday and will be broadcast live on Sky Sports.

With Champions City and Liverpool currently at the top of the table by one point, the result is likely to have a big impact on the title race.

Coverage at Etihad Stadium starts at 4pm for Sky Sports Premier League and Main Events and starts at 4:30pm.

The Sky Sports studio has a bumper lineup featuring Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher, Roy Keane and Micah Richards all in attendance.

Here’s how to watch and follow matches on Sky Sports.

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