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Son Heung-Min scored four against Southampton.

This Week: Goals, goals goals!

This Week: Goals, goals goals!

Welcome to This Week from Premier Skills English, a weekly review of football action for learners of English from across the globe. In This Week, Rich, Laura and Jack talk about the latest action from the Premier League and have lots of football English for you to learn.

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This Week: Goals, goals, goals

Rich: Hello my name’s Rich and welcome to our weekly round-up section called ‘This Week’ on Premier Skills English. 

Jack: Hi there. I’m Jack. We’ve got lots of interesting words and phrases to help you talk about football in English.

Laura: My name’s Laura. If you want to listen and read at the same time we have a transcript of this podcast on the Premier Skills English website.

Rich: Matchweek 2 in the Premier League gave us goals, goals, goals. 39 goals in only eight matches.

Jack: Five goals a game on average and there were some great matches and great goals.

Laura: We’re going to look at three headlines from this weekend’s action and after each, we’ll look at a couple of useful phrases. 

Jack: We’re going to look at some football English for you to learn and this week we’re going to focus on six phrases 

Rich: We want you to use and practise these words and phrases by interacting with Premier League fans from around the world in our comments section.

Laura: If you listen to us on Apple Podcasts, you can leave your comments in the review section. We do read all the reviews and would love to hear from you.

Rich: You can find all of our latest content on the Premier Skills English homepage or the Premier Skills-British Council Facebook page. 

Jack: Don’t forget that we also have our weekly Premier Skills English podcast that is released every Friday. Every week we help you with some different vocabulary or an aspect of grammar.

Laura: Our latest podcast is called Understanding Grammar: Adverbs

Rich: In the podcast, I drive Rowan to training but we have a few problems on the way.

Jack: We focus on adverbs of frequency and where you can place adverbs in a sentence. You can find this podcast and more on the Premier Skills English homepage now.

Laura: OK, you’re now going to hear our three headlines. After each headline, we’ll have a little discussion and look at some vocabulary. 

Rich: The words and phrases we are looking at this week are: to turn on the style, to run the show, to be off your line, to wrap up the points, from close range and a tap-in.

Jack: Later on we’ll also have a language challenge for you to have a go at so you need to be ready for that.

Headline 1

Jack: Five-star performances from Everton and Spurs.

Rich: Tottenham and Everton turned on the style at the weekend both scoring five in wins against Southampton and West Bromwich Albion. Dominic Calvert-Lewin grabbed his first career hat-trick for the Toffees and Son Heung-Min scored four for Spurs. Son and Harry Kane ran the show in the second half. Kane scored and provided the assist for all four of Son’s goals.

Laura: That’s two out of two for Everton. This new-look Everton team is very different from last season.

Rich: And James Rodriguez got a brilliant goal on his home debut. Things are looking up for Everton.

Jack: And Tottenham. Five goals away from home would normally be the big story but …

Laura: Yes, Gareth Bale returning to Spurs from Real Madrid. I bet Spurs fans can’t wait for him to be fit and out on the pitch.

Jack: Let’s have a look at two phrases from our opening headline. The first phrase we want to look at is to turn on the style.

Laura: To turn on is a phrasal verb. We turn things on and off all the time. We turn on the lights. We turn on the computer. We turn on the shower. When we turn on something we start the flow of something by pressing a button or a switch.

Rich: We said that Tottenham and Everton turned on the style. This has the same meaning but it’s a bit more figurative.

Jack: Tottenham suddenly started playing really well with lots of creativity. They turned on the style.

Laura: The next phrase is to run the show. We said that Son Heung-Min and Harry Kane ran the show for Spurs.

Rich: To run the show means to be in control of a situation and to be the stars or main protagonists in that situation.

Jack: Son and Kane took control of the game and were much better than everyone else. They ran the show for Spurs.

Laura: Let’s move on to our second headline.

Headline 2

Laura: Eagles fly at Old Trafford.

Jack: Crystal Palace stunned Manchester United as United’s season got off to the worst possible start with a 3-1 defeat at Old Trafford. Andros Townsend gave the visitors an early lead and Palace extended their lead in the second half with a retaken penalty. Jordan Ayew’s effort was saved by David De Gea but the referee ordered it to be retaken as De Gea was off his line. This time Wilfried Zaha stepped up and cooly put the ball past De Gea and then Zaha wrapped up the points for Palace with five minutes to go.  

Rich: A fantastic win for Palace. They won at Old Trafford last season, too.

Jack: That’s two wins out of two for Crystal Palace. The Eagles are flying.

Laura: Let’s look at a couple of phrases from that headline. The first I want us to look at is to be off your line. Jack said De Gea was off his line. 

Rich: We might hear this phrase a lot this season because it’s something that VAR will be looking at when there is a penalty.

Jack: The line is the goalline. When a penalty is taken the goalkeeper must stay on the goalline and can’t move forwards towards the ball. At least one foot has to be on the line when the penalty kick is taken.

Laura: If neither foot is on the line we say that the keeper is off his line and the penalty will need to be taken again.

Rich: You might also hear people say move off the line. David De Gea moved off his line.

Jack: The other phrase we want to look at is to wrap up the points. I said Wilfried Zaha wrapped up the points for Palace when he scored his team’s third goal.

Laura: To wrap something up is a phrasal verb that has a number of meanings but there are two that are relevant to this situation.

Rich: To wrap something up can mean to complete something or bring something to an end. At the end of a long meeting someone might say something like: let’s try to wrap things up quickly - we all want to go home.

Jack: Wilfried Zaha completed Crystal Palace’s mission. They wanted three points and they got three points because of Zaha’s goals. Zaha’s goal wrapped up the points for Palace.

Laura: Yes, it could have this meaning but to wrap something up also means to cover something in a material like paper. We wrap up presents.

Rich: Yes, at Christmas time I buy and then wrap up lots of presents for my kids.

Laura: I like to think that by scoring that goal Wilfried Zaha wrapped up the three points for Crystal Palace. It was like a little present for the fans and the club.

Jack: Let’s move on to our final headline.

Headline 3

Rich: Reds win first top-six clash of the season.

Laura: Liverpool came out on top in their clash with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. The match turned in the Champions favour when Andreas Christensen was sent off for the hosts on the stroke of half-time. The Premier League Champions took full advantage and scored two goals within ten minutes of the restart. Sadio Mane scored both. The first a header from close range and the second a tap-in after the Chelsea goalkeeper got a clearance horribly wrong.

Jack: A good win for Liverpool at one of their closest rivals.

Rich: Yes, Chelsea were a bit too defensive and Liverpool were on top even before the red card.

Laura: The first phrase we want to look at from our final headline is close-range or from close range. We often hear a player scoring from close range.

Jack: Close-range means at or from a short distance. It’s used in sports and when using guns. The man was shot at close-range. Sadio Mane scored from close range.

Rich: We also use the opposite. A player might shoot from long-range which is far away from goal - outside the penalty area.

Laura: Our final phrase this week is a tap-in. This word describes a very easy goal from close range.

Jack: Yes, it’s so easy you only have to tap it into the net with your foot. An easy, light hit of the ball.

Rich: The Chelsea goalkeeper gave the ball to Sadio Mane and he just had to tap it into the empty net. 

Laura: Players don’t always score though. I remember a few times saying ‘I can’t believe he missed. It was a tap-in.’

Rich: OK. We’ve looked at three stories and six bits of vocabulary in our headlines. The words and phrases we’ve looked at are:  to turn on the style, to run the show, to be off your line, to wrap up the points, from close range and a tap-in.

Prediction

Rich: It’s time for this week’s Premier League prediction. 

Laura: Jack predicted an away win for Liverpool last week and Liverpool won.

Jack: Yes, this prediction stuff is easy. I’ll leave it to you to have a go this week, Laura.

Rich: Here are the Matchweek three fixtures to choose from, Laura: Brighton against Man Utd, Crystal Palace versus Everton, West Brom at home to Chelsea, Southampton away at Burnley, Sheffield United v Leeds, Spurs against Newcastle, Manchester City at home to Leicester, West Ham against Wolves and Fulham at home to Aston Villa.

Laura: I’m going to talk about Manchester CIty’s first home match of the season. City are at home to Leicester who have made a really good start to the season. The Foxes have two wins out of two and have scored seven goals but City are on a very different level to Burnley and West Brom. City will have seen Liverpool make a great start to their title defence and will no that it’s important to not drop any points even at this early stage of the season. For that reason, I’m going for a comfortable CIty win. Final score: Manchester City 3-0 Leicester City.

Jack: Yes, I don’t think many would disagree with that prediction.

Rich: We want you to make your predictions on the Premier Skills English website.

Laura: Before we finish this section we want to point you in the direction of the Premier Skills English Fantasy Football League.

Jack: Thanks to one of our listeners - Mo Beckham from Turkey for helping us set this up. It’s a good idea to have a fantasy Premier League and if you play Fantasy Football on the Premier League website it’s very easy to join the Premier Skills English League.

Laura: We’ve put all the details on the Premier Skills English website.

Language Challenge

Rich: To finish up the show we’ve got a quick language challenge connected to this week’s vocabulary.

Jack: Earlier we looked at the phrase to turn on the style and our language challenge this week includes three phrasal verbs with the word turn.

Laura: Write your answers in the comments section and if your answers are correct you will see that we have replaced your answer with asterisks so other listeners can guess too. Here are the three sentences.

Rich: They took an early lead but everything turned (out) all right because we won 3-1.

Jack: I thought the match would be postponed because the team coach didn’t turn (up) until five minutes before kick-off.

Laura: I really hope he turns (down) that offer from Barcelona. I want him to stay at our club forever.

Rich: We want you to write the correct answers on the Premier Skills English website where we have some more questions and activities connected to this week’s show.

Jack: Or write your answer on Apple Podcasts if that’s where you listen to us. Just write the answers in the review section and say hi.

Laura: Before we finish we just wanted to say that we hope you found this lesson useful and we hope that all of you stay fit and healthy.

Rich: Bye for now and enjoy your football.

Headlines

Five-star performances from Everton and Spurs

Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored a hat-trick in Everton's 5-2 win against West Brom.

Tottenham and Everton turned on the style at the weekend both scoring five in wins against Southampton and West Bromwich Albion. Dominic Calvert-Lewin grabbed his first career hat-trick for the Toffees and Son Heung-Min scored four for Spurs. Son and Harry Kane ran the show in the second half. Kane scored and provided the assist for all four of Son’s goals.

Headlines

Eagles fly at Old Trafford

Wilfried Zaha scored twice against his former club.

Crystal Palace stunned Manchester United as United’s season got off to the worst possible start with a 3-1 defeat at Old Trafford. Andros Townsend gave the visitors an early lead and Palace extended their lead in the second half with a retaken penalty. Jordan Ayew’s effort was saved by David De Gea but the referee ordered it to be retaken as De Gea was off his line. This time Wilfried Zaha stepped up and cooly put the ball past De Gea and then Zaha wrapped up the points for Palace with five minutes to go.  

Headlines

Reds win first top-six clash of the season

Sadio Mane scored twice as the Premier League Champions beat Chelsea

Liverpool came out on top in their clash with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. The match turned in the Champions favour when Andreas Christensen was sent off for the hosts on the stroke of half-time. The Premier League Champions took full advantage and scored two goals within ten minutes of the restart. Sadio Mane scored both. The first a header from close range and the second a tap-in after the Chelsea goalkeeper got a clearance horribly wrong.

Vocabulary Alert

Language in the headlines

Son Heung-min scored four times and all four were set up by Harry Kane.

We looked at six words and phrases in our headlines that you can learn to improve your English. Take a look at the phrases in bold. Do you understand what they mean?

Tottenham and Everton turned on the style at the weekend.

Son and Harry Kane ran the show in the second half.

The referee ordered it to be retaken as De Gea was off his line

Zaha wrapped up the points for Palace with five minutes to go.

The first a header from close range. 

The second a tap-in after the Chelsea goalkeeper got a clearance horribly wrong.

Prediction

Premier League Predictions: Manchester City v Leicester City

Leicester have won both their matches so far this season.

Manchester City host Leicester City in this weekend's big match. Here are the other Premier League fixtures for Matchweek 3:

Fixtures

Brighton v Manchester Utd

Crystal Palace v Everton

West Brom v Chelsea

Burnley v Southampton

Sheffield United v Leeds

Spurs v Newcastle

Manchester City v Leicester

West Ham v Wolves

Fulham v Aston Villa

Talk about the matches and make your predictions in the comments section at the bottom of the page.

FPL

Fantasy Football

Arsenal beat West Ham 2-1.

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Vocabulary

Language Challenge

Son Heung-min scored four times against Southampton.

Jack, Laura and Rich set you a language challenge. We used the phrase turn on the style earlier in the podcast and we’ve thought of three other phrases which use the word turn. Can you complete the phrases using the correct word?

They took and early lead but everything turned ______ all right because we won 3-1.

I thought the match would be postponed because the team coach didn’t turn _____ until five minutes before kick off.

I really hope he turns ______ that offer from Barcelona. I want him to stay at our club forever.

Write the correct answer in the comments section at the bottom of the page.

Discuss

Talk about the headlines

Dominic Calvert-Lewin got to take home the match ball after his hat-trick against West Brom.

Jack, Laura and Rich looked at three stories in the news and some vocabulary that might be new to you. Now it's your turn! Have a look at the questions and write your answers in the comments section below.

  1. Who ran the show for your team last weekend?
  2. Is it a good thing that VAR check that goalkeepers don't come off their line at penalties?
  3. Have you ever missed a tap-in?
  4. Talk about this week's Premier League matches and make your predictions.
  5. Join our Premier Skills English Fantasy Football League!
  6. Can you do our language challenge?

Write your comments and answers in the section below.

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hsn's picture
hsn
03/12/2020
TR
5536
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1. Who ran the show for your team last weekend?
Mbappe and Neymar run the show for P.S.G in this week Champions League match against Manchester United.

2. Is it a good thing that VAR check that goalkeepers don't come off their line at penalties?
All the players included keeper must obey football rules and desicions of referee. I think it’s beneficial to the team that kick penalty. In our culture we say "Don't cross the line". So the keeper mustn’ come off his line.
3. Have you ever missed a tap-in? Many times. It can’t be explained only experienced--:)
4. Talk about this week's Premier League matches and make your predictions.--------------------
5. Join our Premier Skills English Fantasy Football League!------------

6. Can you do our language challenge?

-They took and early lead but everything turned INTO all right because we won 3-1.
-I thought the match would be postponed because the team coach didn’t turn UP until five minutes before kick off.
-I really hope he turns DOWN that offer from Barcelona. I want him to stay at our club forever.

7-Fenerbahçe F.C. turned on the style this season. At the end of the tenth week they won 6 matches as well as draw 2 .

8- Players were arguing whether the position is off-side or not. Finally the referee wrapped it up and made her/his decision.

9- Sometimes when players come up against the goalkeeper at the close-range they are confused and hit the ball towards goalkeeper. Then that is an easy save. However a passing ball and tap-in hit might had have brought a goal.


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hsn
03/12/2020 18:08
Turkey
Tottenham Hotspur
5536

1. Who ran the show for your team last weekend?
Mbappe and Neymar run the show for P.S.G in this week Champions League match against Manchester United.

2. Is it a good thing that VAR check that goalkeepers don't come off their line at penalties?
All the players included keeper must obey football rules and desicions of referee. I think it’s beneficial to the team that kick penalty. In our culture we say "Don't cross the line". So the keeper mustn’ come off his line.
3. Have you ever missed a tap-in? Many times. It can’t be explained only experienced--:)
4. Talk about this week's Premier League matches and make your predictions.--------------------
5. Join our Premier Skills English Fantasy Football League!------------

6. Can you do our language challenge?

-They took and early lead but everything turned INTO all right because we won 3-1.
-I thought the match would be postponed because the team coach didn’t turn UP until five minutes before kick off.
-I really hope he turns DOWN that offer from Barcelona. I want him to stay at our club forever.

7-Fenerbahçe F.C. turned on the style this season. At the end of the tenth week they won 6 matches as well as draw 2 .

8- Players were arguing whether the position is off-side or not. Finally the referee wrapped it up and made her/his decision.

9- Sometimes when players come up against the goalkeeper at the close-range they are confused and hit the ball towards goalkeeper. Then that is an easy save. However a passing ball and tap-in hit might had have brought a goal.

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mobeckham
24/09/2020
TR
6511
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Language Challenge
They took an early lead but everything turned *** all right because we won 3-1.

I thought the match would be postponed because the team coach didn’t turn ** until five minutes before kick off.

I really hope he turns **** that offer from Barcelona. I want him to stay at our club forever.


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mobeckham
24/09/2020 19:25
Turkey
Manchester United
6511

Language Challenge
They took an early lead but everything turned *** all right because we won 3-1.

I thought the match would be postponed because the team coach didn’t turn ** until five minutes before kick off.

I really hope he turns **** that offer from Barcelona. I want him to stay at our club forever.

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mobeckham
24/09/2020
TR
6511
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4. My Predictions ( Gameweek 3 )

Brighton 1-3 Manchester Utd
Crystal Palace 2-4 Everton
West Brom 1-4 Chelsea
Burnley 2-2 Southampton
Sheffield United 2-1 Leeds
Spurs 3-1 Newcastle
Manchester City 4-2 Leicester
West Ham 1-3 Wolves
Fulham 2-2 Aston Villa


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mobeckham
24/09/2020 19:23
Turkey
Manchester United
6511

4. My Predictions ( Gameweek 3 )

Brighton 1-3 Manchester Utd
Crystal Palace 2-4 Everton
West Brom 1-4 Chelsea
Burnley 2-2 Southampton
Sheffield United 2-1 Leeds
Spurs 3-1 Newcastle
Manchester City 4-2 Leicester
West Ham 1-3 Wolves
Fulham 2-2 Aston Villa

mobeckham's picture
mobeckham
24/09/2020
TR
6511
points

1. Unfortunately Wilfred Zaha ran the show against my team last week with a brace but I’m pretty sure we’ll bounce back on Saturday morning.

2. I think it’s a good decision but honestly I was furious when the referee decided to let Palace retake the penalty but I reckon that it should be retaken by the same player who took the first one.

3. I think it happened once or twice at most but not much. I usually score long-range goals because my position is attacking midfielder but I set up goals more for our strikers.


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mobeckham
24/09/2020 19:20
Turkey
Manchester United
6511

1. Unfortunately Wilfred Zaha ran the show against my team last week with a brace but I’m pretty sure we’ll bounce back on Saturday morning.

2. I think it’s a good decision but honestly I was furious when the referee decided to let Palace retake the penalty but I reckon that it should be retaken by the same player who took the first one.

3. I think it happened once or twice at most but not much. I usually score long-range goals because my position is attacking midfielder but I set up goals more for our strikers.

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Robert Tavares
24/09/2020
BR
399
points

Language Challenge:

They took and early lead but everything turned on all right because we won 3-1.

I thought the match would be postponed because the team coach didn’t turn in until five minutes before kick off.

I really hope he turns into that offer from Barcelona. I want him to stay at our club forever.


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Robert Tavares
24/09/2020 16:24
Brazil
Leeds United
399

Language Challenge:

They took and early lead but everything turned on all right because we won 3-1.

I thought the match would be postponed because the team coach didn’t turn in until five minutes before kick off.

I really hope he turns into that offer from Barcelona. I want him to stay at our club forever.

Robert Tavares's picture
Robert Tavares
24/09/2020
BR
399
points

Hi everyone!
My predictions to Matchweek 3:

Brighton 1x3 Manchester Utd

Crystal Palace 1x2 Everton

West Brom 1x3 Chelsea

Burnley 1x1 Southampton

Sheffield United 0x1 Leeds

Spurs 1x1 Newcastle

Manchester City 3x2 Leicester

West Ham 2x1 Wolves

Fulham 0x0 Aston Villa


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Robert Tavares
24/09/2020 16:12
Brazil
Leeds United
399

Hi everyone!
My predictions to Matchweek 3:

Brighton 1x3 Manchester Utd

Crystal Palace 1x2 Everton

West Brom 1x3 Chelsea

Burnley 1x1 Southampton

Sheffield United 0x1 Leeds

Spurs 1x1 Newcastle

Manchester City 3x2 Leicester

West Ham 2x1 Wolves

Fulham 0x0 Aston Villa

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Staszek
23/09/2020
PL
3
points

Manchestercity 3-0 Leicester


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Staszek
23/09/2020 16:33
Poland
Liverpool
3

Manchestercity 3-0 Leicester

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
23/09/2020
UA
6297
points

I'm just a human, so I've, of course, missed tap-ins.


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
23/09/2020 01:42
Ukraine
Liverpool
6297

I'm just a human, so I've, of course, missed tap-ins.

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
23/09/2020
UA
6297
points

Everything that is checked by VAR is good.


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
23/09/2020 01:41
Ukraine
Liverpool
6297

Everything that is checked by VAR is good.

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
23/09/2020
UA
6297
points

Last weekend Mane ran the show.


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
23/09/2020 01:40
Ukraine
Liverpool
6297

Last weekend Mane ran the show.

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elghoul
22/09/2020
DZ
3988
points

Hi, Here are my three tries,

 

They took and early lead but everything turned *** all right because we won 3-1.

I thought the match would be postponed because the team coach didn’t turn ___in__ until five minutes before kick off.

I really hope he turns _____back_ that offer from Barcelona. I want him to stay at our club forever.


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elghoul
22/09/2020 16:31
Algeria
Manchester City
3988

Hi, Here are my three tries,

 

They took and early lead but everything turned *** all right because we won 3-1.

I thought the match would be postponed because the team coach didn’t turn ___in__ until five minutes before kick off.

I really hope he turns _____back_ that offer from Barcelona. I want him to stay at our club forever.

jacek
22/09/2020
PL
263
points

They took and early lead but everything turned *** all right because we won 3-1.
I thought the match would be postponed because the team coach didn’t turn out until five minutes before kick off.
I really hope he turns **** that offer from Barcelona. I want him to stay at our club forever.


jacek
22/09/2020 07:49
Poland
Southampton
263

They took and early lead but everything turned *** all right because we won 3-1.
I thought the match would be postponed because the team coach didn’t turn out until five minutes before kick off.
I really hope he turns **** that offer from Barcelona. I want him to stay at our club forever.

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
22/09/2020
UA
6297
points

Liverpool 4 : 1 Arsenal


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
22/09/2020 06:30
Ukraine
Liverpool
6297

Liverpool 4 : 1 Arsenal

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
22/09/2020
UA
6297
points

Brighton 1 : 2 Manchester Utd

Crystal Palace 2 : 2 Everton

West Brom 1 : 2 Chelsea

Burnley 1 : 1 Southampton

Sheffield United 1 : 3 Leeds

Spurs 3 : 2 Newcastle

Manchester City 2 : 1 Leicester

West Ham 1 : 2 Wolves

Fulham 0 : 0 Aston Villa


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
22/09/2020 06:29
Ukraine
Liverpool
6297

Brighton 1 : 2 Manchester Utd

Crystal Palace 2 : 2 Everton

West Brom 1 : 2 Chelsea

Burnley 1 : 1 Southampton

Sheffield United 1 : 3 Leeds

Spurs 3 : 2 Newcastle

Manchester City 2 : 1 Leicester

West Ham 1 : 2 Wolves

Fulham 0 : 0 Aston Villa

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
22/09/2020
UA
6297
points

I really hope he turns away from that offer from Barcelona. I want him to stay at our club forever.


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
22/09/2020 06:26
Ukraine
Liverpool
6297

I really hope he turns away from that offer from Barcelona. I want him to stay at our club forever.

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
22/09/2020
UA
6297
points

I thought the match would be postponed because the team coach didn’t turn ** until five minutes before kick off.


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
22/09/2020 06:23
Ukraine
Liverpool
6297

I thought the match would be postponed because the team coach didn’t turn ** until five minutes before kick off.

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
22/09/2020
UA
6297
points

They took and early lead but everything turned *** all right because we won 3-1.


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
22/09/2020 06:22
Ukraine
Liverpool
6297

They took and early lead but everything turned *** all right because we won 3-1.

Fjchaves1991
22/09/2020
BR
185
points

1 - Sadio Mane ran the show for Liverpool last match. His 2 goals wrapped up the victory for Liverpool.

2 Yes, I agree with that. It's hard to the referee to see if the goalkeeper is on or off his line when he saves the penalty, so VAR it is a good help for this situation.

3 - A lot of times. How much easier, more chances for me to miss the goal.

4 - City 3, Leicester 1.


Fjchaves1991
22/09/2020 00:36
Brazil
Manchester City
185

1 - Sadio Mane ran the show for Liverpool last match. His 2 goals wrapped up the victory for Liverpool.

2 Yes, I agree with that. It's hard to the referee to see if the goalkeeper is on or off his line when he saves the penalty, so VAR it is a good help for this situation.

3 - A lot of times. How much easier, more chances for me to miss the goal.

4 - City 3, Leicester 1.

Leaderboard

Top Scorers
RankNameScore
1mobeckham6511
2Alex_from_Ukraine6297
3hsn5536
4wsanta5086
5kwesimanifest4768
6Liubomyr4417
7elghoul3988
8assemjuve3705
9aragorn19863557
10Gergő Nagy3396
Country ranking
RankNameScore
1Colombia71522
2Ukraine33447
3Spain28699
4Serbia27344
5Brazil22782
6Albania20578
7Vietnam20103
8Turkey19951
9Macedonia19074
10Bosnia and Herzegovina16333
Club ranking
RankNameScore
1Manchester United142680
2Liverpool110185
3Chelsea89344
4Arsenal85493
5Manchester City57744
6Tottenham Hotspur19097
7Newcastle United10512
8West Ham United7538
9AFC Bournemouth4561
10Crystal Palace4486

Level

3
Average: 3 (1 vote)

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