Manchester United accuses Casemiro’s second red card in a month


Arsenal unceremoniously beat Fulham (0-3) this Sunday to once again have five points of income in the Premier League leadership after matchday 27, while Manchester United could not beat Southampton in the second expulsion of Casemiro.

Mikel Arteta’s team signed the three goals in the first half at Craven Cottage, with Gabriel, Martinelli and Odegaard and a Trossard made to those from London with three months in the team and in luxury assistant mode every so often. After Manchester City’s victory against Crystal Palace on Saturday, the ‘gunners’ restored their mattress in search of the title.

The 19-year drought without winning the league continues to point to a feasible end with an Arsenal that brought out its overwhelming version without doubts or pressure due to the pursuit of Pep Guardiola’s men. In the second half, Fulham sought to react but Arteta’s men did not suffer and also celebrated the return of Gabriel Jesus from his knee injury in the World Cup.

In addition, Manchester United suffered a league setback in the middle of the Europa League tie against Real Betis, which is on track with the 4-1 first leg. Ten Hag’s men drew goalless with the bottom team at Old Trafford, playing with one less from minute 34 due to the direct red card that Casemiro saw for a hard tackle on Argentine Carlos Alcaraz.

The second expulsion in a month of the former Real Madrid player entails an automatic sanction of four games, which can take its toll on a United that has neglected the fight for the Champions League zone. The ‘red devils’, third still with a cushion, had the goalkeeper David de Gea as the best of the game.

Thus, Newcastle pressed after five games without winning for that ‘Top 4′ with the 2-1 that closed the day against Julen Lopetegui’s Wolves. Isak, in the first half, and the Paraguayan Miguel Almirón, 10 minutes from the end, signed the local goals at St. James’ Park.



Bournemouth 1-0 Liverpool.

Everton 1-0 Brentford.

Leeds 2-2 Brighton.

Leicester-Chelsea 1-3.

Tottenham 3-1 Nottingham Forest.

Crystal Palace – Manchester City 0-1.


Fulham – Arsenal 0-3.

Manchester United – Southampton 0-0.

West Ham – Aston Villa 1-1.

Newcastle-Wolves 2-1.

By Lay

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