Last-gas Haaland penalty seals 10-man Man City dramatic win over Fulham

A stoppage-time penalty from substitute Erling Haaland handed 10-man Manchester City a dramatic 2-1 win over Fulham on Saturday, a victory that sent the champions back to the top of the Premier League.

Leading goalkeeper Hollande, considered only fit enough for the bench after having missed the last two City games due to injury, fired Argentine forward Julian lvarez to the home team in a 17th-minute lead.

The Champions thought they had quickly doubled their lead through John Stones, but Rodri was offside in the build-up, and Fulham took advantage of that relief, going straight down the other end to win a 26th-minute penalty. took.

Full-time Man City 2-1 Fulham

It’s that man again… Erling Haaland scored a late, late penalty to secure a dramatic win for the home team#MCIFUL

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City defender Joo Cancello was given a straight red card for tying Harry Wilson to the floor, with former Manchester United midfielder Andreas Pereira making no mistake from the spot as Fulham moved to interval level.

The city continued to dominate even with numerical losses. Haaland was brought in and quickly thought he had restored his side’s lead after seeing a header home, but VAR stepped in to rule the Norwegian offside.

It looked like City had done everything they could until Kevin de Bruyne was brought down and Haaland converted a penalty in the 95th minute to send the Etihad Stadium into delirium as the champions were one point from Arsenal at the top of the standings. Went ahead. Fulham finished eighth.

Forrest Snatch 2-2 draw with Brentford after Jorgensen’s own goal

Brentford defender Mathias Jorgensen’s own goal in the sixth minute of stoppage time gave Nottingham Forest their share of the spoils in a 2-2 Premier League draw at the City Ground on Saturday.

Brentford goalkeeper David Raya punched a cross from the right and Forrest’s Morgan Gibbs-White blocked his effort before the ball hit Jorgensen and over the line, as well after a VAR check for offside With the goal.

Despite scoring a significant number of points, Forest remain at the bottom of the table with 10 points from 14 games while Brentford are 10th with 16 points.

Full time Notum One 2-2 Brentford

A dramatic finale sees the hosts fighting back to gain a point#NFOBRE

— Premier League (@premierleague) 5 November 2022

The hosts took the lead in the 20th minute when Gibbs-White overtook three Brentford defenders and made an effort from the edge of the box for his first one-goal.

Brentford was awarded a spot kick after a lengthy VAR check in the final minutes of the first half when Yoann Vissa went down after the ball was carried around goalkeeper Dean Henderson, with Brian Mbumo converting the score to level. .

The visitors went ahead with 15 minutes remaining when Mathias Jensen sent a lofted through ball to Visa and the forward lobbed Henderson with a cool finish, before Forrest ran away with a point in the closing seconds.

Gross sends Brighton into top six with winner at Wolves

A late goal from Pascal Gross sealed a thrilling 3-2 win for Brighton and Hove Albion over 10-man Wolverhampton Wanderers in their Premier League match on Saturday.

Wolves chased down an early Adam Lallana goal, then was red-carded by Goncalo Guedes and Ruben Neves only to level up to Kaoru Mitoma and Nelson Semedo, all before halftime.

Full Time Wolves 2-3 Brighton

Pascal Gross nets a late winner after a fine first half#volbha

— Premier League (@premierleague) 5 November 2022

Brighton fought hard for a winner after the break, but the struggling Wolves resisted admirably until Gross fired high into the ceiling of the net in the 83rd minute.

It was tough for Wolves, who had previously named Spaniard Julen Lopetegui as their new manager, but Brighton deservedly backed the win over Chelsea to move to sixth place last week.

Brighton have 21 points from 13 matches played while Wolves are 19th with 10 points.

Leeds edged out Bournemouth 4-3 with a brilliant comeback in the second half

Leeds United bounced back with two goals to beat Bournemouth 4-3 in a thrilling, end-to-end match at land Road in the Premier League on Saturday.

Despite finding themselves 3-1 down at the start of the second half, Jesse Marsh’s Leeds made an epic comeback with strong home support behind them to take all three points and move up to 12th in the standings.

Leeds started the game on attack and were awarded a penalty in the third minute when Criscensio Somerville was fouled in the box and a composed Rodrigo stepped up to send goalkeeper Mark Travers the wrong way and open the scoring.

Full-time Leeds 4-3 AFC Bournemouth

A spectacular Leeds comeback saw them go down 3-1 to take all three points in a cracker, with Crisensio Somerville scoring the late winner#libou

— Premier League (@premierleague) 5 November 2022

As land Road celebrated the opening goal to create an intimidating atmosphere, Philip Billing unfazed and equalized through Bournemouth Marcus Tavernier before striking first over the roof of the net to put him ahead.

Bournemouth scored their third goal two minutes into the second half when Tavernier again made a provider on a counter-attack that started from a Leeds corner and was finished in style by Dominic Solanki.

Leeds refused to give up and struck twice in eight minutes to level the score, with 20-year-old Sam Greenwood making an attempt at the keeper from outside the box for the first time, before his delivery from a corner by Liam Cooper. happened in the house of

In the 84th minute, Leeds launched another counterattack, with Somerville entering the box and lying on a through ball from Wilfred Gnonto and made it 4–3.

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