Chelsea in the Champions now, Leicester to wait tomorrow


Watch the goals of the Chelsea and Leicester match 2-1

Chelsea in the Champions now, Leicester to wait tomorrow
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Tie yourself in for what could end up being the characterizing day in the 2020/21 Premier League season. Chelsea in the Champions.

Also, you can follow every last bit of it here.

Chelsea 2-1 Leicester

Scorers: Rüdiger 46′, Jorginho (pen) 66′; Iheanacho 76′

Chelsea made a major stride towards Champions League on account of their 2-1 success over Leicester at Stamford Extension.

Subsequent to having a punishment yell waved away, the Blues went on when Timo Werner completed past Kasper Schmeichel – just for the objective to be effectively precluded for offside.

Schmeichel at that point made a line of noteworthy recoveries to deny Artisan Mount and Christian Pulisic, before Werner had another strike prohibited for handball.

In any case, Chelsea in the long run went on when Antonio Rüdiger packaged home from short proximity subsequent to getting away from his marker from a corner.

Jorginho multiplied their lead and protected each of the three focuses with a penalty – his seventh of the period – after Werner was fouled by Wesley Fofana.

Kelechi Iheanacho got one back for Leicester to test some Chelsea nerves, before Ayoze Pérez botched a brilliant opportunity late on to get a sensational late equalizer. Chelsea in the Champions.

Chelsea in the Champions now, Leicester to wait tomorrow
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Brighton 3-2 Manchester City

Scorers: Trossard 40′, Webster 72′, Burn 76′; Gündogan 2′, Foden 48′

Brighton guaranteed their fans were left engaged in the wake of fighting against eminent loss to beat ten-man Manchester City at home.

City were ahead after only two minutes when Ilkay Gündogan headed home from short proximity, before João Cancelo was shipped off minutes after the fact in the wake of fouling Danny Welbeck when through on objective.

Be that as it may, the guests who multiplied their lead through Phil Foden, who ran a large portion of the length of the pitch prior to opening past Robert Sánchez in the Seagulls’ objective.

Despite the fact that Brighton got a speedy fire reaction through Leandro Trossard. Who floated past John Stones and Rúben Dias prior to terminating home.

Adam Webster evened out with a transcending header before far-fetched match-champ Dan Consume floated into the crate and scraped an exertion past Ederson to finish the turnaround.

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Manchester United 1-1 Fulham

Scorers: Cavani 15′; Bryan 75′

Regardless of Edinson Cavani’s miracle strike, Manchester United neglected to put Fulham to the sword and drew 1-1 with the generally consigned side.

Fans once again at Old Trafford interestingly and were in full voice. As United hoped to affirm their runner up finish in the Head Group.

Also, they in full gathering mode after just 15 minutes. As Edinson Cavani scored one of the objectives of the period with a wonderful long-range chip.

Yet, it was Bruno Fernandes who was the genuine superstar in the primary half. As he showed precisely why he named the club’s Player of the Period.

Into the subsequent half and United would pay for not polishing off more possibilities. As Joe Bryan ghosted in at the far post and headed in an equalizer for Fulham.

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Southampton 0-2 Leeds

Scorers: Bamford 73′, Roberts 90+5

Leeds left it late to guarantee another success away from home this season. As they beat Southampton 2-0 on the south coast.

A dead elastic at St. Mary’s saw Marcelo Bielsa dubiously start Kiko Casilla in objective yet there was next to no to think of home about in the initial 15 minutes.

Saints people adolescent Nathan Tella had a penalty yell soon after the half hour mark. However the official appropriately waved play on.

Into the subsequent half and it was the away side who nearly tracked down the net. As Stuart Dallas denied a miracle objective after a fine save by Alex McCarthy.

Yet, the Yorkshire monsters got their objective with 15 minutes staying. As Patrick Bamford completed well past the goalkeeper before Tyler Roberts finished the triumph in stoppage time.

Chelsea in the Champions

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