Premier League, Monday, May 8, with highlights – points table

Browse By

Premier League, Monday, May 8, with highlights – points table: Brighton is shrunk, Leicester is severely ill.

English Premier League battle. There were three matches played last night, mostly teams from the bottom zone. Who competed in Southampton, Nottingham Forest, Everton and Leicester City.

Fulham 5-3 Leicester City

(Willian 10, 70, Vinicius 18, Cairney 44, 51 / Barnes 59, 89 Maddison 81)

The game at Craven Cottage was the home team that went ahead with four goals from Willian in the 10th minute, Carlos Vinicius in the 18th minute, Tom Cairney in the 44th and 51st minutes before the visiting team. will successfully break the egg from Harvey Barnes in the 59th minute, then Willian scores his own second goal and is the fifth child for the team to lead the team in the 70th minute at the end of the game, Leicester came to shoot Returned two more goals from James Maddison’s penalty in the 81st minute and Barnes in the 89th minute, but did not chase until the end of the game as Fulham opened the house to win 5-3.

Brighton 1-5 Everton

(Mc Allister 79 / Doucure 1, 29 Steel [OG] 35 McNeil 76, 90+6)

At the Amex Stadium. I have to say that it was a very twiste lock with Everton. Invading the lead before 0-4 from Abdoulay Doocoure in the 1st and 29th minute. Jason Steele scored a goal. himself in the 35th minute and Dwight McNeill in the 76th minute. Before the home team chased away from Alexis McAllister in the 79th minute in stoppage time, plus one more goal from McNeil, the same man, minutes 90 + 6, attacked and grabbed 3 important points in the hope of escaping relegation at the end of the season.

Nottingham Forest 4-3 Southampton

(Awoniyi 18, Gibbs-White 21, Danilo 73 / Alcaraz 25, Lianco 51, Ward-Prowse 90+6)

At the end of the City Ground, the open game was exchange for fun. The home team took the lead 2-0 from Taiwo Awoniyi in the 18th and 21st minutes before Carlos Alcaraz scored for the visiting team to chase them in the 18th minute. 24 At the end of the first half, the home side escaped 3-1 from the Morgan Gibbs-White penalty area in the 44th minute, then Leanco shot for the Saints to chase again in the 51st minute, but Forest still refused to escape 4-2 from Danilo in the 73rd minute during injury time, James Ward Prowse came to shoot a penalty for Southampton, it was 4-3 and ended with the said score