D.Rainer Ole Gunner Soulscare fears his job with England football record champions Manchester United more than ever after a violent bankruptcy. The team around Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo embarrassed themselves when they were 1: 4 (0: 2) high at Watford FC on Saturday. This is the fifth defeat for the Red Devils from their last seven Premier League games.
Joshua King (28th minute), Ismail Sir (44th), Joao Pedro (90th + 2) and Emmanuel Dennis (90th + 6) scored for Watford after Sir failed twice on the penalty spot. United keeper De Kia broke Sarin’s first weak penalty before Kiko Femonia hit the margin. The goal did not count as Femonia quickly entered the box. So the penalty had to be made again, but Di Jia saved Sar’s second attempt as well.
Rudiger scored for Chelsea
Substitute Tony van de Peek, who has played only three short games in the Premier League this season, scored an interim goal in the 50th minute. Shortly afterwards, Man United saw the next setback when defender Harry Maguire saw the yellow-red card after a mistake. Ronaldo (78th) did not score due to a goal offside.
This is the first personal success with the club for new Watford coach Claudio Ranieri. Man United went bankrupt again, finishing seventh in the table with just four points from their last seven league games (one win, one draw). The gap for leading runner FC Chelsea is already twelve points.
Meanwhile, England’s leading runners-up Chelsea have secured their next victory in the Premier League with the help of Antonio Rudiger. The German national player started the qualifying 3-0 (2-0) victory at Leicester City on Saturday.
Defender Rudiger, who will end his contract at Stamford Bridge next summer, has been liked by many clubs and went into the lead after 14 minutes – the second goal of the season. Former Leicester professional N’Golo Kanté, the 2016 champion with Fox, increased 2-0 (28th) for Chelsea. After the break, he met former Dortmund substitute Christian Pulisic (71.).
Without the injured star striker Romelu Lukaku at King Power Stadium, the Blues could have won even more if Timo Werner had stayed on the bench. Many goals were not scored due to short offside results.
Liverpool beat Arsenal
Liverpool FC, meanwhile, have recorded a clear home win in the Premier League Championship. At Anfield, coach Jurgen Klopp’s side beat Arsenal FC 4-0 (1-0) on Saturday evening. This means that the red team is second in Chelsea’s heels table.
Liverpool took control of the game in the middle of the first half after a balanced start. Shortly before the break, Sadio Mane (39th) took the lead he deserved. In the second half, the hosts actually changed it. Diego Jotta (52nd), Mohamed Salah (73rd) and substitute Takumi Minamino (77th) scored against the Gunners.
Manchester City, who suffered their first defeat of the season (2: 3) before the international break at West Ham United, could be relegated from second place with a win over Everton FC on Sunday.