Aston Villa reach top 5, Jamie Vardy saves Leicester against Leeds



Beautiful evening in England this Tuesday evening with a multiplex to open the 33rd day of the Premier League. Three meetings were notably on the program, including a fine duel at the top of the table between Aston Villa and Fulham. At home, the Villans pushed from the start of the game and Unai Emery’s players could even have benefited from a penalty at the quarter-hour mark. Finally, Tyrone Mings placed an unstoppable header on a corner a few minutes later. late (21st, 1-0). Thanks to this victory, Aston Villa reaches the top 5 of the Premier League while Fulham remains in the soft underbelly of the English championship. Another great poster of this English evening concerned the bottom of the Premier League standings as Leeds received Leicester. A great opportunity to beat a direct competitor to stay in the top flight.

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If Youri Tielemans thought to open the score with a missile in the skylight of which he has the secret near the opposing surface, his goal was finally disallowed for an offside before the action. In the process, Luis Fernando Sinisterra came to punish the defensive mistakes of the Foxes by opening the scoring with a header (20th, 1-0). But the home scorer, Jamie Vardy came into play in the second period and he equalized at the very end of the match (80th, 1-1). A draw which suggests a good final sprint for the maintenance in England. Finally, the last poster of this multiplex offered a duel between Wolverhampton and Crystal Palace. In this meeting, Wolves made the difference from the first minutes thanks to a crazy own goal from former Lyonnais Joachim Andersen (3rd, 1-0). At the very end of the game, captain Ruben Neves came to kill the suspense by scoring the second goal for the locals on penalty (90th + 4, 2-0).

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The full results from the Premier League multiplex

AstonVilla 1-0 Fulham: Mings (21st)

Leeds 1-1 Leicester: Sinisterra (20th) / Vardy (80th)

Wolverhampton 2-0 Crystal Palace: Andersen (3rd, csc), Neves (90th + 4)

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