In the video: Arsenal rises to the top and Manchester United regains its balance in the Premier League | sports


Arsenal rose to the top of the English Football League with a hard-fought victory over its guest Brentford, 2-1, today, Saturday, in the 28th round of the competition (Premier League).

Arsenal took the lead with Declan Rice’s goal in the 19th minute, and Brentford equalized with Yoan Wesa’s goal in the fourth minute of stoppage time in the first half.

German striker Kai Havertz scored the winning goal for Arsenal in the 89th minute, raising the Gunners’ score to 64 points after achieving their eighth victory in a row, and rising to the top awaiting the result of the direct clash tomorrow, Sunday, at the top of the round between Liverpool and Manchester City.

Liverpool leads with 63 points, compared to 62 points for defending champion Manchester City.

As for Brentford, they continued their negative results with four defeats and one draw in the last five rounds, leaving their score frozen at 26 points in fifteenth place.

Manchester United regains the winning tone

Manchester United quickly regained its balance, defeating its guest Everton 2-0, and Manchester won in the first half of the match through two penalty kicks scored by the Portuguese Bruno Fernandes in the 12th minute and Marcus Rashford in the 36th minute.

Manchester got the first penalty kick as a result of a violation by James Tarkowski against Alejandro Garnacho.

Fourteen minutes later, the referee awarded a new penalty kick to the hosts as a result of a new violation against Garnacho by defender Ben Godfrey. United lost to its host City in the Manchester derby with a score of 1-3 last round.

With this result, Manchester United achieved its second victory in the last 4 matches and its 15th victory throughout the season, compared to two draws and 11 defeats.

Manchester won 3 valuable points, raising its score to 47 points in sixth place, qualifying for the preliminary round of the European Conference League.

Everton’s suffering continued after its balance was frozen at 25 points in 16th place, noting that 6 points were deducted from its balance due to financial irregularities, after 10 points were initially deducted from its balance before its appeal was accepted.

Garnacho makes history

Argentine Alejandro Garnacho scored two penalty kicks that contributed to his team’s victory, Manchester United, over Everton.

The young winger (19 years old) was early to take a penalty kick when he was blocked by James Tarkowski, and Portuguese captain Bruno Fernandes converted it into a goal.

Garnacho won a second penalty kick after being obstructed by Ben Godfrey, and this time Marcus Rashford took it, doubling the difference.

Garnacho (left) is the first player in Manchester United’s history in the Premier League to score two penalty kicks in one match (French)

Argentine Garnacho became the first player in United’s history in the Premier League to score two penalty kicks in one match.

Garnacho, who was chosen as the best player in the match, said, “The coach (Dutch Eric Ten Hag) wants me to advance, shoot and dribble. This is what happened today and I got two penalty kicks… We play every match as if it is a final.”

United came out to the cheers of their fans at Old Trafford, amid talk of the desire of the new co-owner, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, to build a new stadium for the club.

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