Manchester City crushes Bournemouth and leads the English Premier League, and United narrowly defeats Fulham sports


Manchester City winger Jeremy Doku scored two goals and assisted others in 7 amazing minutes in the first half, before making another brace in the second half, as the defending champion crushed his guest, Bournemouth, 6-1, and took the lead in the English Premier League today, Saturday, while Manchester United narrowly won 1-0 over its host. Fulham.

After a cautious start in the first half hour, City finally opened the scoring after half an hour when Doku exchanged the ball with Rodri on the edge of the penalty area, before he shot it into the net.

Three minutes later, Doku dribbled past Bournemouth’s defense with great skill before passing the ball to Bernardo Silva to score the second goal. In the 37th minute, a shot from his left foot hit his teammate Manuel Akanji and went into the net.

Doku sent a pass to substitute Phil Foden to score the fourth goal in the 64th minute, and although Luis Sinistra reduced the deficit for the visitors, Silva and Nathan Ake sealed the victory, raising City’s score to 27 points, one point ahead of Tottenham, which hosts Chelsea the day after tomorrow, Monday.

Manchester City winger Jeremy Doku scored two goals and assisted two others in 7 minutes (French)

Manchester narrowly wins over Fulham

Bruno Fernandes scored a timely goal to lead Manchester United to a 1-0 victory over host Fulham in the 11th round of the English Premier League.

After United achieved a third difficult victory in a row in the league away from home, United’s score rose to 18 points from 11 matches in sixth place, while Fulham’s score froze at 12 points in 14th place.

In the eighth minute, Manchester United scored a goal that was canceled by the referee when a free kick was played from the right side into the penalty area, where Alejandro Garnacho met it with a cross pass from inside the six-yard area, and Scott McTominay met with a shot into the goal, but the referee returned to the video assistant referee (VAR) technology. ) The goal was disallowed due to Garnacho offside.

Manchester United goalkeeper Andre Onana excelled in the 61st and 62nd minutes, stopping two shots from two dangerous Fulham attacks.

It seemed that the match would end in a draw, but Fernandes pounced on the ball on the edge of the penalty area and dribbled past two Fulham players, before firing a low shot into the net in the 90th minute.

United breathed a sigh of relief after the victory that followed two consecutive losses at home, 3-0, in the team’s worst start to a season since 1962, but it did not provide a convincing performance.

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