Tuesday , October 26 2021

Leicester's home was tragically dead by the owner, Tottenham won the derby



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Both actors and fans respected the memory of the dead minutes of silence and special shirts or scarves. Before the match, there was a city hike to the helicopter drop in the stadium, and some club fans also attended some of the players. Leicester did not shoot for the first time in the season, but Burnley did not have much dominance over the number of shots and possession of the ball.

Tottenham beat Crystal Palace 1-0 with the London derby, so FOYTH decided to win the second match in the "Kohoutů" jersey. The young Argentineans were led by the Premier League. For the fifth consecutive time, Crystal Palace succumbed to Tottenham at 0: 1 and stallions reached the other Chelsea on the table.

Cardiff beat Brighton 2: 1 at home and is out of the descent, and Newcastle reached second place with Salomon Rondon's 2-1 win over Bournemouth.

Brighton was hit by captain Duncan, who was in charge of Cardiff, who beat Marco's direct shot from defense. In less than half an hour he scored the third goal in the season of Paterson. 34 minutes into the game, Stephens were awarded a penalty. At the last minute of the regular game, the Welsh unit used a long power, after a great glance at the target, which last came to the ball of Bambo and closed Ryan.

In the second prize, striker Rondon scored the first league goals in "Strako". The Venezuelan national player opened the score in 7 minutes and raised his head to the center of Kenedy. In a single match, he scored two goals in the Premier League for the second time. Newcastle, with seven points in the last three games, was 14th.

English Football League – Round 12:
Cardiff – Brighton 2-1 (28. Paterson, 90. Bamba – 6. Dunk)
Huddersfield – West Ham United 1: 1 (6. Pritchard – 74. Anderson)
Leicester – Burnley 0: 0
Newcastle – Bournemouth 2: 1 (7th and 40th Rondon – 45th + 6th Lerma)
Southampton – Watford 1: 1 (20. Gabbiadini – 82. Holebas)

Crystal Palace – Tottenham 0-1 (66th Foyth).

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