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This Week: In the driving seat

This Week: In the driving seat

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: In the driving seat

Laura: Hello my name’s Laura 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.

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

Jack: 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. 

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.

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

Rich: The words and phrases we are looking at this week are: to be stretchered off, a clash of heads, side, end-to-end, to be in the driving seat and to turn something on its head.

Laura: 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: Wolves win at Arsenal for the first time in forty years.

Laura: Wolverhampton Wanderers won away at Arsenal for the first time since 1979 in a game that was overshadowed by a serious injury to the Mexican striker, Raul Jimenez. The Wolves player was stretchered off after an accidental clash of heads with Arsenal’s David Luiz. The game was settled by goals from Pedro Neto and Castelo Podence despite an equaliser by Arsenal’s Gabriel.

Rich: It was a really serious injury for Raul Jimenez. He was taken to hospital straight away and we send our best wishes for a speedy recovery for the player.

Jack: Our two bits of language from our first headline are both connected to injuries on the pitch.

Laura: I said that Raul Jimenez was stretchered off.

Rich: A stretcher is a piece of cloth with poles in each corner that is used to carry a person if they have been injured and can not walk.

Jack: Stretchers are used on sports pitches when players suffer serious injuries.

Laura: The phrase to be stretchered off means that a player was taken off the pitch on a stretcher. 

Rich: Laura said that Raul Jimenez was stretchered off after a clash of heads with David Luiz.

Jack: This phrase a clash of heads is used when two players hit or knock their heads against each other accidentally.

Laura: A clash of heads often happens at corners or free-kicks when two players are going for the same ball.

Headline 2

Rich: Leeds get back to winning ways.

Jack: Leeds United won away at Everton with Raphina’s first goal in English football being the difference between the two sides. In an end-to-end game with lots of chances, the only surprise was that it took until the 80th minute for a goal to be scored. Leeds win for the first time in four while Everton’s bright start to the season seems to be slipping away.

Laura: A good win for Leeds that and they’re back up to mid-table. There were 38 shots in that match. I can’t believe there was only one goal.

Rich: Let’s look at a bit of language. The first word is side. This is a word we use a lot but I think it’s worth looking at.

Jack: We use the word side as a synonym of team or sports team. In the headline, I said that Raphina’s goal was the difference between the two sides.

Laura: We can talk about the home side, the away side and we can talk about a strong side or a weak side and we can finish on the winning side or the losing side.

Rich: The other phrase I want to look at from this headline is end-to-end or an end-to-end game. 

Jack: When we describe a match or a game as being end-to-end we are saying that there is a lot of attacking action at both ends of the pitch.

Laura: We are saying both sides are attacking and each side has had lots of chances to score.

Rich: We described the Everton-Leeds match as an end-to-end game. There were lots of chances for both sides.

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

Headline 3 

Laura: United stage memorable comeback.

Rich: Manchester United staged a memorable comeback to beat Southampton by three goals to two. Jan Bednarek and James-Ward Prowse put Southampton in the driving seat but the introduction of Edinson Cavani turned the game on its head. Cavani scored twice and set up the other for Bruno Fernandes as United scored three times in the last half an hour to win the game.

Jack: This was probably the most exciting match of the weekend.  An injury-time winner and a come from behind victory.

Rich: Maybe not so exciting for Southampton fans. They were the better team in the first half and very much in the driving seat at the break.

Laura: This is the first phrase we want to look at from our final headline: to be in the driving seat.

Jack: To be in the driving seat or to be in the driver’s seat are idioms that mean to be in total control of a situation.

Rich: Southampton were two-nil up at half-time. They were in the driving seat. They were in control of the match.

Laura: But United came back to win 3-2. Rich said they turned the game on its head.

Jack: This is another idiom: to turn something on its head. It means to completely reverse what was happening before; to make the opposite happen.

Rich: Southampton were the better side - they were in the driving seat but United turned the match on its head in the second half. United were the better side and they won the game.

Laura: 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 be stretchered off, a clash of heads, side, end-to-end, to be in the driving seat and to turn something on its head.

Jack: Don’t forget to look at the website for the transcript if you want to check your understanding of this vocabulary.

Prediction

Rich: It’s time for this week’s Premier League prediction. Jack didn’t do so well last week. He thought Spurs would beat Chelsea but the match finished as a draw just as I had predicted.

Jack: OK, well it is your turn this week. What does your crystal ball tell you?

Rich: Let’s have a look. Oh, I see the North London Derby ahead next weekend.

Laura: You don’t need a crystal ball for that, Rich.

Rich: OK, all right, there’s nothing magical or mystical about my prediction this week. On Sunday I’ll be watching the 188th North London Derby between Tottenham and Arsenal and I can only see one outcome - a win for Spurs. Jose Mourinho has taken Tottenham to the top of the Premier League while Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal are down in 14th place and not in good form at all. I think Kane and Son will be too much for Arsenal’s defence. Final score: Tottenham 3-1 Arsenal.

Jack: My head says you’re probably right but it’s a derby so I’m going for a 2-1 win to Arsenal.

Laura: We want all of you to make your predictions for this match and all the Matchweek 11 fixtures 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.

Laura: Earlier we looked at the idiom to turn something on its head. We’ve got three more idioms that use the word head.  We want you to write the missing word in the comments section on the Premier Skills English website.

Rich: I think Jack is letting his ______ rule his head with that prediction.

Jack: You just can’t _______ your head like that on the pitch. It was a definite red card.

Laura: I’m still _________ my head over how we lost that game. Over twenty shots and not one goal. Unbelievable!

Rich: We want you to write the 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

Wolves win at Arsenal for the first time in forty years

Raul Jimenez was stretchered off against Arsenal.

Wolverhampton Wanderers won away at Arsenal for the first time since 1979 in a game that was overshadowed by a serious injury to the Mexican striker, Raul Jimenez. The Wolves player was stretchered off after an accidental clash of heads with Arsenal’s David Luiz. The game was settled by goals from Pedro Neto and Castelo Podence despite an equaliser by Arsenal’s Gabriel.

Headlines

Leeds get back to winning ways

Raphina scored his first goal in English football.

Leeds United won away at Everton with Raphina’s first goal in English football being the difference between the two sides. In an end-to-end game with lots of chances, it was a surprise it took until the 80th minute for a goal to be scored. Leeds win for the first time in four while Everton’s bright start to the season seems to be slipping away.

Headlines

United stage memorable comeback

Edinson Cavani scored a dramatic winner for Manchester United.

Manchester United staged a memorable comeback to beat Southampton by three goals to two. Jan Bednarek and James-Ward Prowse put Southampton in the driving seat but the introduction of Edinson Cavani turned the game on its head. Cavani scored twice and set up the other for Bruno Fernandes as United scored three times in the last half an hour to win the game.

Vocabulary Alert

Language in the headlines

Pascal Gros scored an injury-time equaliser for Brighton against Liverpool.

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?

The Wolves player was stretchered off after an accidental clash of heads with Arsenal’s David Luiz.

Raphina’s first goal in English football being the difference between the two sides.

In an end-to-end game, it was a surprise it took until the 80th minute for a goal.

Jan Bednarek and James-Ward Prowse put Southampton in the driving seat.

Edinson Cavani turned the game on its head.

Prediction

Premier League Predictions: Tottenham v Arsenal

Who will win this weekend's North London Derby?

Tottenham play Arsenal in Matchweek 11 in the 188th North London Derby. Rich predicts and easy win for Spurs while Jack is hoping for a different result. Here are the other Premier League fixtures for Matchweek 11:

Fixtures

Tottenham v Arsenal

Aston Villa v Newcastle

Burnley v Everton

Manchester City v Fulham

West Ham v Manchester United

Chelsea v Leeds

West Brom v Crystal Palace

Sheffield United v Leicester City

Liverpool v Wolves

Brighton v Southampton

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

Language Challenge

Sam Gallagher scored the winner for West Brom against Sheffield United.

Jack, Laura and Rich set you a language challenge. In the podcast, we said that Edinson Cavani turned the Southampton - Manchester United match on its head. Here are three more football sentences which include phrases with head. Can you guess the missing words?

I think Jack is letting his ______ rule his head with that prediction.

You just can’t ______ your head like that on the pitch. It was a definite red card.

I’m still _______ my head over how we lost that game. Over twenty shots and not one goal. Unbelievable!

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

Discuss

Talk about the headlines

Riyad Mahrez scored a hat-trick in City's 5-0 win against Burnley.

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 was stretchered off at the weekend?
  2. Which Premier League game did we describe as end-to-end?
  3. Who turned a game on its head last weekend?
  4. Talk about this week's Premier League matches and make your predictions.
  5. Can you do our language challenge?

Write your comments and answers in the section below.

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Yigitcan's picture
Yigitcan
26/12/2020
AZ
48
points

-Raul Jimenez was stretchered off by butcher David Luiz at the weekend
-You described Southampton vs Leeds match as end-to-end.
-Cavani turned a game on its head.


Yigitcan's picture
Yigitcan
26/12/2020 15:39
Azerbaijan
Leicester City
48

-Raul Jimenez was stretchered off by butcher David Luiz at the weekend
-You described Southampton vs Leeds match as end-to-end.
-Cavani turned a game on its head.

Richard
08/12/2020
0
points

Hi everyone,

The answers to the language challenge were:

I think Jack is letting his heart rule his head with that prediction.

You just can’t lose your head like that on the pitch. It was a definite red card.

I’m still scratching my head over how we lost that game. Over twenty shots and not one goal. Unbelievable!

Rich - The Premier Skills English Team


Richard
08/12/2020 19:35


0

Hi everyone,

The answers to the language challenge were:

I think Jack is letting his heart rule his head with that prediction.

You just can’t lose your head like that on the pitch. It was a definite red card.

I’m still scratching my head over how we lost that game. Over twenty shots and not one goal. Unbelievable!

Rich - The Premier Skills English Team

hsn's picture
hsn
08/12/2020
TR
5533
points

1. Raul Jimenez
2. Everton-Leeds match
3. Edinson Cavani
4. Out of time!
5. As follows;

-I think Jack is letting his HEART / EMOTIONS rule his head with that prediction.
-You just can’t TOSS your head like that on the pitch. It was a definite red card.
-I’m still FALLING my head over how we lost that game. Over twenty shots and not one goal. Unbelievable!

-Other phrases:
-Life is an "end-to-end game" in which you get lots of chances. If you aren’t in "driving seat" you could hit your head with the wall and be "stretchered off". Then life put you in the rear seat by giving some painful lessons.
-I "turned" all the problems "on its head" and then realized that they are realities of life. There is no life without problems. Carpe Diem-:)


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hsn
08/12/2020 15:13
Turkey
Tottenham Hotspur
5533

1. Raul Jimenez
2. Everton-Leeds match
3. Edinson Cavani
4. Out of time!
5. As follows;

-I think Jack is letting his HEART / EMOTIONS rule his head with that prediction.
-You just can’t TOSS your head like that on the pitch. It was a definite red card.
-I’m still FALLING my head over how we lost that game. Over twenty shots and not one goal. Unbelievable!

-Other phrases:
-Life is an "end-to-end game" in which you get lots of chances. If you aren’t in "driving seat" you could hit your head with the wall and be "stretchered off". Then life put you in the rear seat by giving some painful lessons.
-I "turned" all the problems "on its head" and then realized that they are realities of life. There is no life without problems. Carpe Diem-:)

sabanoleg
04/12/2020
UA
2337
points

Hi there! My prediction!
Tottenham 2-2 Arsenal.


sabanoleg
04/12/2020 11:26
Ukraine
Arsenal
2337

Hi there! My prediction!
Tottenham 2-2 Arsenal.

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elghoul
02/12/2020
DZ
3988
points

1. Raoul Jimenez was stretchered off after an  clash of heads with David Luiz.

2. The game between Leeds and Everton was an end-to-end's one.

3. Man United turned the game on its head after the Saints were taking the driving seat with two goals in the first half.  The substitute Cavani scored  a brace and set Rashford for a third.

Prediction :

Man United 3 West Ham 2

City 4 Fulham 1

 


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elghoul
02/12/2020 13:38
Algeria
Manchester City
3988

1. Raoul Jimenez was stretchered off after an  clash of heads with David Luiz.

2. The game between Leeds and Everton was an end-to-end's one.

3. Man United turned the game on its head after the Saints were taking the driving seat with two goals in the first half.  The substitute Cavani scored  a brace and set Rashford for a third.

Prediction :

Man United 3 West Ham 2

City 4 Fulham 1

 

elghoul's picture
elghoul
02/12/2020
DZ
3988
points

Hi,

I submit these sentences:

 

I think Jack is letting his ___emotions___ rule his head with that prediction.

You just can’t ****** your head like that on the pitch. It was a definite red card.

I’m still ___making____ my head over how we lost that game. Over twenty shots and not one goal. Unbelievable!


elghoul's picture
elghoul
02/12/2020 13:25
Algeria
Manchester City
3988

Hi,

I submit these sentences:

 

I think Jack is letting his ___emotions___ rule his head with that prediction.

You just can’t ****** your head like that on the pitch. It was a definite red card.

I’m still ___making____ my head over how we lost that game. Over twenty shots and not one goal. Unbelievable!

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mobeckham
01/12/2020
TR
6510
points

Language Challenge :

I think Jack is letting his ****** rule his head with that prediction.

You just can’t ( knock ) your head like that on the pitch. It was a definite red card.

I’m still ( hanging ) my head over how we lost that game. Over twenty shots and not one goal. Unbelievable!


mobeckham's picture
mobeckham
01/12/2020 20:22
Turkey
Manchester United
6510

Language Challenge :

I think Jack is letting his ****** rule his head with that prediction.

You just can’t ( knock ) your head like that on the pitch. It was a definite red card.

I’m still ( hanging ) my head over how we lost that game. Over twenty shots and not one goal. Unbelievable!

mobeckham's picture
mobeckham
03/12/2020
TR
6510
points

Keep your head
keeping my head over


mobeckham's picture
mobeckham
03/12/2020 12:30
Turkey
Manchester United
6510

Keep your head
keeping my head over

mobeckham's picture
mobeckham
01/12/2020
TR
6510
points

Matchweek 11 Predictions :

Tottenham 3-0 Arsenal
Aston Villa POS Newcastle
Burnley 0-2 Everton
Manchester City 5-0 Fulham
West Ham 1-2 Manchester United
Chelsea 3-2 Leeds
West Brom 1-1 Crystal Palace
Sheffield United 2-1 Leicester City
Liverpool 1-1 Wolves
Brighton 0-3 Southampton


mobeckham's picture
mobeckham
01/12/2020 19:46
Turkey
Manchester United
6510

Matchweek 11 Predictions :

Tottenham 3-0 Arsenal
Aston Villa POS Newcastle
Burnley 0-2 Everton
Manchester City 5-0 Fulham
West Ham 1-2 Manchester United
Chelsea 3-2 Leeds
West Brom 1-1 Crystal Palace
Sheffield United 2-1 Leicester City
Liverpool 1-1 Wolves
Brighton 0-3 Southampton

mobeckham's picture
mobeckham
01/12/2020
TR
6510
points

1. Raul Jiminez was stretchered off last Sunday after a clash hair with David Luiz which ended up him at hospital but luckily , he responded on fans today and was optimistic to be back soon. Wish him a speedy recovery.

2. The end-to-end game was Everton vs Leeds United as we saw lots of missed chances reached up to 38 chances but Raphina scored the a stunner to end up the goal drought.

3. Manchester United turned the game on its head in the second half by the head of Cavani who scored twice and set up another after Southampton was taking the driving seat in the first half.


mobeckham's picture
mobeckham
01/12/2020 19:44
Turkey
Manchester United
6510

1. Raul Jiminez was stretchered off last Sunday after a clash hair with David Luiz which ended up him at hospital but luckily , he responded on fans today and was optimistic to be back soon. Wish him a speedy recovery.

2. The end-to-end game was Everton vs Leeds United as we saw lots of missed chances reached up to 38 chances but Raphina scored the a stunner to end up the goal drought.

3. Manchester United turned the game on its head in the second half by the head of Cavani who scored twice and set up another after Southampton was taking the driving seat in the first half.

gogo
01/12/2020
VN
93
points

1. Raúl Jimenez was stretchered off at the weekend because his skull was injured by David Luiz.
2. I think the Leeds's game was end-to-end
3. In my opinion,Edinson Cavani turned a game on its head cause Man Utd were 2-0 down after 45 minutes.
4. Liverpool was destroyed by VAR after 2 offside goals and a penalty in the last minutes.They can even lose if Neal Maupay didn't miss a pen in the 1st half.
Aston Villa was almost the same situation as Liverpool. Their sencond goal was not counted by VAR and they have missed a pen.
Fulham has got the shockest win yesterday,and they have improved their penalties,as well after 3 missed pen in a row.
Tottenham went to the top of the table after completed their mission,which was tried to get 1 point against Chelsea (my favorite club)


gogo
01/12/2020 14:12
Vietnam
Chelsea
93

1. Raúl Jimenez was stretchered off at the weekend because his skull was injured by David Luiz.
2. I think the Leeds's game was end-to-end
3. In my opinion,Edinson Cavani turned a game on its head cause Man Utd were 2-0 down after 45 minutes.
4. Liverpool was destroyed by VAR after 2 offside goals and a penalty in the last minutes.They can even lose if Neal Maupay didn't miss a pen in the 1st half.
Aston Villa was almost the same situation as Liverpool. Their sencond goal was not counted by VAR and they have missed a pen.
Fulham has got the shockest win yesterday,and they have improved their penalties,as well after 3 missed pen in a row.
Tottenham went to the top of the table after completed their mission,which was tried to get 1 point against Chelsea (my favorite club)

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Navid
01/12/2020
IR
21
points

I think Jack is letting his ***** rule his head with that prediction.

You just can’t kick your head like that on the pitch. It was a definite red card.

I’m still getting my head over how we lost that game. Over twenty shots and not one goal. Unbelievable!

Tottenham 2 : 0 Arsenal

Burnley 0 : 1 Everton

Manchester City 3 : 0 Fulham

West Ham 2 : 3 Manchester United

Chelsea 2 : 1 Leeds

Sheffield United 0 : 4 Leicester City

Liverpool 3 : 1 Wolves

Brighton 1 : 1 Southampton


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Navid
01/12/2020 08:01
Iran
Manchester United
21

I think Jack is letting his ***** rule his head with that prediction.

You just can’t kick your head like that on the pitch. It was a definite red card.

I’m still getting my head over how we lost that game. Over twenty shots and not one goal. Unbelievable!

Tottenham 2 : 0 Arsenal

Burnley 0 : 1 Everton

Manchester City 3 : 0 Fulham

West Ham 2 : 3 Manchester United

Chelsea 2 : 1 Leeds

Sheffield United 0 : 4 Leicester City

Liverpool 3 : 1 Wolves

Brighton 1 : 1 Southampton

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Alex_from_Ukraine
30/11/2020
UA
6292
points

  1. Jimenez was stretchered off at the weekend after Luis' "work".
  2. Everton vs. Leeds PL game has been described as end-to-end.

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Alex_from_Ukraine
30/11/2020 16:51
Ukraine
Liverpool
6292
  1. Jimenez was stretchered off at the weekend after Luis' "work".
  2. Everton vs. Leeds PL game has been described as end-to-end.
Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
30/11/2020
UA
6292
points

I’m still racking (breaking) my head over how we lost that game. Over twenty shots and not one goal. Unbelievable!


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
30/11/2020 16:47
Ukraine
Liverpool
6292

I’m still racking (breaking) my head over how we lost that game. Over twenty shots and not one goal. Unbelievable!

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
30/11/2020
UA
6292
points

You just can’t use (lay) your head like that on the pitch. It was a definite red card.


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
30/11/2020 16:42
Ukraine
Liverpool
6292

You just can’t use (lay) your head like that on the pitch. It was a definite red card.

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
30/11/2020
UA
6292
points

I think Jack is letting his ****** rule his head with that prediction.


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
30/11/2020 16:40
Ukraine
Liverpool
6292

I think Jack is letting his ****** rule his head with that prediction.

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
30/11/2020
UA
6292
points

Liverpool 1 : 0 Wolves

Brighton 2 : 1 Southampton


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
30/11/2020 16:39
Ukraine
Liverpool
6292

Liverpool 1 : 0 Wolves

Brighton 2 : 1 Southampton

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
30/11/2020
UA
6292
points

West Ham 1 : 2 Manchester United

Chelsea 2 : 1 Leeds

West Brom 1 : 1 Crystal Palace

Sheffield United 1 : 4 Leicester City


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
30/11/2020 16:38
Ukraine
Liverpool
6292

West Ham 1 : 2 Manchester United

Chelsea 2 : 1 Leeds

West Brom 1 : 1 Crystal Palace

Sheffield United 1 : 4 Leicester City

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
30/11/2020
UA
6292
points

Tottenham 3 : 1 Arsenal

Aston Villa 2 : 1 Newcastle

Burnley 1 : 2 Everton

Manchester City 3 : 0 Fulham


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
30/11/2020 16:36
Ukraine
Liverpool
6292

Tottenham 3 : 1 Arsenal

Aston Villa 2 : 1 Newcastle

Burnley 1 : 2 Everton

Manchester City 3 : 0 Fulham

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RankNameScore
1mobeckham6510
2Alex_from_Ukraine6292
3hsn5533
4wsanta5086
5kwesimanifest4768
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7elghoul3988
8assemjuve3705
9aragorn19863557
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3Spain28630
4Serbia27294
5Brazil22773
6Albania20578
7Vietnam20022
8Turkey19886
9Macedonia19074
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Club ranking
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1Manchester United142518
2Liverpool110076
3Chelsea89292
4Arsenal85416
5Manchester City57448
6Tottenham Hotspur19085
7Newcastle United10506
8West Ham United7536
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10Crystal Palace4470

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