Newcastle wins over Wolverhampton in the English Premier League

Newcastle United defeated its guest Wolverhampton 3-0, in a match that came within the calculations of the 27th week of the English Premier League competitions for the 2023-2024 season.

Alexander Isak scored the first goal in the 14th minute, before Anthony Gordon added the second goal in the 33rd minute.

In the second minute of stoppage time for the second half, Tino Liframento scored Newcastle’s third goal.

Newcastle raised its score to 40 points in seventh place, while Wolverhampton’s score froze at 38 points in tenth place.

In another match, Tottenham overcame a goal deficit against its guest, Crystal Palace, to win 3/1.

Crystal Palace took the lead through Ebereche Eze in the 59th minute, while Timo Werner scored the equalizer for Tottenham in the 77th minute.

Three minutes later, Christian Romero scored the second goal, while his teammate Son Heung-min completed the hat-trick in the 88th minute.

Chelsea snatched a draw in the final minutes with host Brentford 2-2.

Chelsea took the lead in the 35th minute through Nicholas Jackson, before Brentford equalized in the 50th minute through Mads Rasmussen.

In the 69th minute, Yoan Wesa scored the second goal for Brentford, before Chelsea equalized through Axel Disasi in the 83rd minute.

Chelsea raised its score to 36 points in eleventh place, while Brentford raised its score to 26 points in fifteenth place.

For its part, Fulham beat Brighton 3-0, in the same round.

Fulham took the lead in the 21st minute through Harry Wilson, before Rodrigo Muniz added the second goal in the 32nd minute.

In the first minute of stoppage time for the second half, Adama Traoré scored Fulham’s third goal.

Fulham raised its score to 35 points in twelfth place, while Brighton’s score froze at 39 points in ninth place.

West Ham came from behind against host Everton to win 3-1.

Everton took the lead in the 56th minute through Beto, before West Ham equalized in the 62nd minute through Kurt Zouma.

In the first minute of stoppage time for the second half, West Ham scored the second goal through Tomas Soucek, and four minutes later Edson Alvarez scored the third goal.

West Ham raised its score to 42 points in seventh place, while Everton’s score froze at 25 points in sixteenth place.

Liverpool controlled the first half from the beginning, and despite the many absences in its ranks, it entered the attack from the first minute through the trio of Cody Jacobo, Harvey Elliott and Luis Diaz.

On the other hand, Nottingham used Belgian Divock Origi, the former Liverpool striker, who scored a goal for the team in the 2019 Champions League final against Tottenham, to win the team the title for the sixth time in its history.

Origi shot a powerful ball from outside the penalty area in the 14th minute, but it passed safely past Liverpool goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher.

Kelleher saved a dangerous opportunity ten minutes later, when Anthony Elanga shot a powerful ball into the penalty area, but the Irish goalkeeper shone and kept the danger away from his team’s goal.

In the 27th minute, Nottingham’s defense excelled in blocking a dangerous shot from Luis Diaz inside the penalty area, neutralizing the danger of the attack.

Dominguez, the Nottingham player, shot a powerful ball from outside the penalty area, but Kelleher brilliantly blocked the opportunity in the 43rd minute.

The rest of the minutes of the first half did not witness anything new, so the referee blew the final whistle with a goalless draw.

At the beginning of the second half, Liverpool’s great offensive intentions appeared, as they did not wait long and tried to threaten goalkeeper Mats Silz’s goal.

In the 49th minute, Andrew Robertson, Liverpool’s left back, shot a ball from an area very close to Nottingham’s goal, but the ball bounced off the defense and continued on its way out of the goal.

German Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool’s coach, tried to make changes at the offensive level with the aim of making a difference and creating a threat to Mats Silz’s goal.

Uruguayan striker Darwin Nunez replaced defender Robertson in the 62nd minute, as Klopp wanted to exploit his strength in high balls to try to score with a header against Nottingham.

In the 80th minute, Nottingham’s Callum Hudson-Odoi shot a deceptive low ball at the right corner of Kelleher’s goal, but the latter successfully blocked it.

As time passed, the Nottingham Forest team became exhausted and its players tried to defend their clean sheet until the last minutes.

In the ninth minute of stoppage time for the second half, Darwin Nunez scored the only goal of the match for Liverpool, as he received a cross from his colleague Alexis McCallister, directing it with a header into the net.

The rest of the minutes of the second half did not witness anything new, so the referee blew the final whistle and the match ended with Liverpool winning 1-0.

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