PL Compact: ManCity defeats Aston Villa - Son saves Tottenham in Mason's debut

The hosts are from Birmingham I set off to the beginning of dreams in Villa Park: Just 20 seconds later, John McGinn scored 1-0 for Aston Villa. City was not shocked, however, and super talented Phil Foden crossed to equalize in the 21st minute after being served by Bernardo Silva. Rodry led the match in favor of Citizens (40th), before England international John Stones threw the red color due to a mistake on Jacob Ramsay (43rd) and City outperformed in number. But not for long, because after 57 minutes Matti Cash saw the yellow and red card. In a tie, it was the narrow success of the guests.

Meanwhile, Tottenham Hotspur won their first game after splitting from coach Jose Mourinho. The duel with Southampton by coach Ralph Hasenhotel was decided by Tottenham shortly before the end, when Heung Min Son scored the winning goal 2-1 (0-1) from the penalty spot in the 90th minute. Interim coach Ryan Mason was allowed to join. Delight in the Premier League record on his debut: At the age of 29 and 312 days old, he became the youngest coach to coach a team in a league match.

The guests had advanced in the 30th minute through Danny Ings, before Gareth Bale equalized (60). The penalty kick followed a decision by the video assistant: after Moussa Genebo Sergio Reguilon fouled at the edge of the penalty area, referee David Cote initially decided on a free kick, but corrected that decision after the video assistant referee intervened. With the fifteenth success of this season Tottenham has taken another step towards international business.

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