West Ham and Everton, Saturday, took over the interim leadership of the Premier League, after they tied and beat Crystal Palace (2-2) and Brighton (2-0) respectively.
Portuguese right-back Ricardo Pereira saw Jamie Vardy in Leicester’s first goal (8 minutes), but he was injured in the 11th minute on his visit to Norwich, where he was injured. foxes won 2-1.
Finn Timo Pukki (44) scored a penalty even before the end of the first half, but Albrighton (76) scored the winning goal.
In London, West Ham did not go beyond the two-goal draw with fellow Londoner Crystal Palace, who always managed to respond to the flaws in the match, as Callagher scored two goals (58 and 70): Pablo Fornals and Michel Antonio scored twice. hammers.
Despite the draw, David Moyes’ side temporarily lead the Premier League with seven points – one more than face-to-face Liverpool and Chelsea – equal with Everton, who traveled to the south of England to lead better around Brighton (2-0). ).
Strikers Demarie Gray, 41, and Calvert Lewin, 58, scored goals Candy At the Amex Stadium, where Portuguese international Andre Gomes was also an option for coach Rafa Benitez during the second half (he entered in the 81st minute).
The confrontation between Aston Villa and the newly promoted Brentford ended in a 1-1 draw after Evan Toni (7) put the visiting team in front, turned by Emiliano Buendia (13).
At St James’ Park, Newcastle looked well on their way to winning their first victory, when Saint-Maximin scored Newcastle’s second goal in the 90th minute, but that didn’t help much as Ward Prowse kicked a penalty in the 90th minute. +6, guarantees a point for saints.
Earlier, Callum Wilson (55) was expecting the hosts, but Alyonosi (74) responded to the visitors.
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