Emotional victory for Leicester
Leicester marked its first game since the death of club owner
in a helicopter crash last weekend by winning at Cardiff 1-0 in the English Premier League on Saturday. Goalkeeper
gave an emotional team talk and, in a highly charged atmosphere, Leicester was inspired enough to prevail after produced the only goal with a low finish an hour in. Elsewhere,
called himself “the luckiest manager in the Premier League” after his Manchester United pulled off a 2-1 comeback victory at Bournemouth.
Mourinho described United’s first-half display as a “disaster,” but the visitors recovered from conceding an early
goal to win thanks to an equalizer by
and a last-gasp strike from substitute
Richarlison struck twice in Everton’s 3-1 home victory against Brighton, while goal led Newcastle to its first win of the season, against Watford 1-0.
also scored two as West Ham defeated Burnley 4-2 at the London Stadium.
netted his second goal of a 3-2 comeback win at Rayo Vallecano in the 90th minute, extending his scoring run with
Rayo was winning the Spanish league match 2-1 until the 87th when substitute
drilled in a headed back pass by defender who joined the attack.
Suarez then scored his second goal to complete the fightback when he was left unmarked to stab in
cross at the far post.
Barcelona increased its league lead to four points over Atletico Madrid, which drew at Leganes 1-1, and Alaves. Alaves visits Eibar on Sunday.
Suarez opened the scoring when he tapped in a back pass from
ITALIAN SERIE A
Inter Milan is proving to be a serious threat to Juventus’ bid for an eighth successive Serie A title. scored twice and
and added the other goals as Inter beat Genoa 5-0 to move to within three points of Serie A leader Juventus, which hosted Cagliari late.
The seventh successive win for Inter moved the Nerazzurri level on points with Napoli, which beat Empoli 5-1 on Friday.
The result will boost Inter’s confidence for Tuesday’s Champions League game at home with Barcelona.
Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha Schmeichel Mourinho Wilson Martial Messi Kasper Demarai Gray Jose Marcus Rashford. Luis Suarez Callum Anthony Ayoze Perez’s Felipe Anderson Lionel Dembele Alba. Ousmane Gerard Pique, Sergi Roberto’s Jordi Roberto Gagliardini Matteo Politano, Joao Mario, Radja Nainggolan Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy (left) and James Maddison share a moment during their team’s win over Cardiff City yesterday in Wales.