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  2. Romelu Lukaku hits a late winner as Manchester United move to within three points of third-placed Tottenham after a pulsating game with Southampton. View the full article from BBC Sport
  3. Premier League updates from the 5.30pm GMT kick-off Live scores: all the goals from around the UK and Europe Email your thoughts to Simon. Or tweet @Simon_Burnton 6.21pm GMT 45+6 mins: And that’s the last meaningful action of the half! West Ham have never been much better than OK, but Newcastle have been terrible and deservedly trail. 6.21pm GMT 45+5 mins: Newcastle win another corner, and this is played in nicely by Ritchie but onto Diop’s head. His clearance is headed back into the box where Perez briefly looks to be clear, but Diop pops up again to put the fire out! Continue reading...View the full article on Guardian Football
  4. Substitute Florin Andone's superb late header gives Brighton their first Premier League win of 2019 at home to Huddersfield. View the full article from BBC Sport
  5. A Jack Grealish-inspired Aston Villa romped to a 4-0 win over an injury-hit Derby, who slumped to their 11th defeat in 12 games at Villa Park. The talented youngster was on outstanding form on his return to first-team duty and lit up Villa’s easy win and his own display with a brilliant goal from 25 yards. Villa completely dominated the game, sealing the victory with as blitz of goals in the first half, two of them coming from Conor Hourihane and one apiece from Tammy Abraham and Grealish. The belated return of Grealish, who was named as Villa’s captain, produced an immediate improvement. Continue reading...View the full article on Guardian Football
  6. Crystal Palace put in a superb away performance to win at relegation rivals Burnley and take another step towards securing their top-flight status. View the full article from BBC Sport
  7. Kylian Mbappe scores twice as Ligue 1 leaders Paris St-Germain come from behind to beat Caen - and go 20 points clear. View the full article from BBC Sport
  8. Manchester United beat Southampton 3-2 to claim their 10th Premier League win in 12 games under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and climb into the top four. Read on for our analysis. View the full article on SkySports
  9. Diogo Jota and Raul Jimenez are on target as Wolves end a three-match winless run in the league with victory over struggling Cardiff. View the full article from BBC Sport
  10. Riyad Mahrez scores the only goal as Manchester City overcome injuries to Kevin de Bruyne and John Stones to beat Bournemouth and go top of the Premier League. View the full article from BBC Sport
  11. Norwich City restore their two-point lead at the top of the Championship courtesy of a 3-1 victory at struggling Millwall. View the full article from BBC Sport
  12. Crystal Palace moved eight points clear of the Premier League relegation zone with a comprehensive 3-1 victory over Burnley at Turf Moor, with Michy Batshuayi and Wilfried Zaha adding to an own goal from Phil Bardsley. Ashley Barnes pulled one back late on for the hosts but it was little consolation. Both sides were looking to get back to winning ways after seeing unbeaten runs ended in midweek. Palace came unstuck against Manchester United after winning four of their previous six while Burnley’s defeat by Newcastle was their first in nine games. Continue reading...View the full article on Guardian Football
  13. Romelu Lukaku's second-half double, including a late winner, saw Manchester United come from behind to beat Southampton 3-2 and maintain their top-four hopes. View the full article on SkySports
  14. Riyad Mahrez scored the only goal of the game as Manchester City beat Bournemouth to return to the top of the Premier League table. View the full article on SkySports
  15. Crystal Palace moved eight points clear of relegation trouble after an impressive 3-1 victory over Burnley at Turf Moor. View the full article on SkySports
  16. Man City edge ahead in the Premier League title race as Romelu Lukaku's late winner fires Man Utd into the top four View the full article from BBC Sport
  17. Brighton won their first game of 2019 after narrowly overcoming Premier League strugglers Huddersfield 1-0 at the Amex Stadium on Saturday. View the full article on SkySports
  18. Wolves scored twice in as many minutes to leave Cardiff deep in relegation trouble with a 2-0 win at Molineux. View the full article on SkySports
  19. Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s 10th win in 12 Premier League games did not come without a scare – Manchester United trailed at the interval to Yan Valery’s stunning strike and had to overcome spirited resistance when Southampton fought back to 2-2 late in the second half – but two goals from a rejuvenated Romelu Lukaku kept the revival on the road. The striker supplied the winning goal in the 89th minute, and though there was still time for Paul Pogba to see a penalty saved in stoppage time, United were never two goals better than a feisty and determined Southampton. Continue reading...View the full article on Guardian Football
  20. Both erstwhile defensive linemen face problematic roads back to playing in the NFL after their latest suspensions. Both Dallas defensive end Randy Gregory and defensive tackle David Irving could apply for reinstatement to the NFL as early as July depending on how their individual treatment plan and testing go in the next four months. By […] Gregory could return this season for Cowboys, Irving problematic - FanSided - FanSided - Sports News, Entertainment, Lifestyle & Technology - 300+ Sites View the full article
  21. The result was all that mattered as far as Brighton & Hove Albion were concerned. This was another unconvincing display from Chris Hughton’s side, but their relief was immense as they eased their relegation fears with their first league win in 2019. Florin Andone’s late goal was enough for Brighton to move five points above Cardiff in 18th place and leave Huddersfield needing a miracle to stay up. Huddersfield battled well, but the Premier League’s bottom side look doomed after another blunt display. Continue reading...View the full article on Guardian Football
  22. Nuno Espírito Santo’s maiden defeat as Wolves head coach came against Neil Warnock in the Championship just over 18 months ago, but the manner in which his side thoroughly outclassed Cardiff from start to finish here suggests these are two teams heading in markedly different directions. Raúl Jiménez and Diogo Jota, a neatly blossoming Premier League strike-partnership, led this Wolves destruction, both scoring slick goals as Warnock’s side slipped to a third consecutive defeat. That Brighton picked up points further soured another chastening afternoon. Continue reading...View the full article on Guardian Football
  23. Over to you, Liverpool. A fifth straight league victory for Manchester City, courtesy of Riyad Mahrez’s second-half goal, means that Pep Guardiola’s side can enjoy the view from the top of the table and in the process crank up the pressure on their title rivals, who face Everton tomorrow. It was a scrappy goal and a narrow victory but even a man with Guardiola’s footballing principles will accept that it is all about results and not aesthetics at this stage of the season. The goal felt like an important one for Mahrez and not just City. It was the club-record signing’s first in the league in almost three months and came on the back of a disappointing performance in midweek, when he was taken off early in the second half. His opportunity here came from the bench, following a first-half injury to Kevin De Bruyne, and there was a mixture of jubilation and relief in the celebration that followed when the Algerian beat Artur Boruc at his near post. Continue reading...View the full article on Guardian Football
  24. The Steelers are getting serious about trading Antonio Brown. The star wideout can now be acquired for just one draft pick. When the Steelers front office first put Antonio Brown on the trade market they wanted to get a first round pick and a talented young player in exchange for their talented wideout. Now the […] Steelers have dropped their asking price for Antonio Brown - FanSided - FanSided - Sports News, Entertainment, Lifestyle & Technology - 300+ Sites View the full article
  25. A late goal from Ryan Flynn gives St Mirren their first Premiership win of 2019 and moves the bottom side to within one point of Dundee. View the full article from BBC Sport
  26. • Liverpool manager says forward’s confidence is growing • Everton go into Merseyside derby without a win for 10 years Jürgen Klopp says Sadio Mané has begun to realise that he is a “world-class player” and that the confidence that brings can help the Senegalese forward become even better. Related: Everton v Liverpool: match preview Continue reading...View the full article on Guardian Football
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