Yesterday’s football match results(8th November 2020), Premier League Game Week 8

As the Clubs go into the international break after this week, every team wanted to be in a better place so that after the International break the teams could start stronger. Here is Alley sport with all the things that went went down in Yesterday’s football match results in the Premier league game week 8.

Yesterday’s football match results Tottenham and Leicester win

Jose was given a taste of his own medicine as West Bromwich Albion parked the bus and frustrated ‘The special one’ throughout the game. Skipper Harry Kane found the winner in the 88th minute assisted by Matt Doherty to break the deadlock which gave Tottenham the 3 points.

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This was the first time Spurs kept back to back away clean sheets since last October. Harry Kane got his 150th Premier league goal what a week this has been for the striker.

Leicester sit at the top of the Premier league as Foxes got better of Wolves at home.

Jamie Vardy converted the penalty in the 15th minute which was won by Praet after he tried to cross the ball and it hit Kilman’s arm to which the referee Anthony Taylor after checking VAR pointed at the spot. Vardy could have had a brace as he missed from the penalty spot in 39 minute after Justin was brought down in the Wolves box.

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Brendan Rodger’s men have won their last 6 games in all competitions scoring 15 and conceding 6 in the process.

Wolves have failed to win or score in last 4 away games in the premier league losing 2 and drawing 2 failing to score to score in both.

City Liverpool share a point in Yesterday’s football match results

The 2 most elite teams in Europe had to share a point as they played a stalemate at The Etihad.

The match was close from the first minute until the 13th minute when Sadio Mane Turned of Kyle Walker and Ruben Diaz after which he was brought down by Kyle Walker. Mo salah stepped to the spot and the Egyptian King fired home for the reds.

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City replied in the 31st minute as Gabriel Jesus took the ball, turned past Alexander Arnold and finished in the bottom corner past Allison Becker. It was a typical City goal in which they maintained a spell of possession and then Kevin De Bryune gave the ball to Jesus who then put on his dancing Brazilian feet show. KDB could’ve won the game but missed from the spot as he fired wide from the penalty spot keeping score even between the 2 sides

The second half was tight with only one chance created by city’s right footed left back Cancelo who cut in and crossed the ball but this time the Jesus failed to find the Target.

Jurgen Klopp failed to beat Guardiola at home yet again as we saw Yesterday’s football match results.

Yesterday’s football match results Villa sink Arsenal

Arsenal faced a setback as they lost to Aston villa at home. A Bukayo Sakha own goal and Ollie Watkins scored a brace as Aston Villa climb to 6th position at the table.

John Mcginn’s 1st minute goal was disallowed by VAR as Ross Barkley was in an offside position.

It all started going down in 25 minute for Arsenal as Sakha scored an own goal and Ross Barkley and Captain Jack Grealish assited Oillie Watkins in the 72 and 75 minutes.

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Villa has won 3 away games for the first time in their history.

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