The prestige match between Leeds United and Manchester United did not score on Sunday in Round 33 of the Premier League. MU lost points after winning five tournaments.
|Battle of Leeds Stuart Dallas (left) and Manchester Scott McTominay (Photo: AFP)|
A small plane towing the Molino towed the Elland Road again before the start (“Two billion people have been stolen – cover up, Glazers”), However, there wasn’t much hatred towards MU around Leeds Stadium, As is the case on Monday when another division team in the Premier League, Liverpool.
As quiet as the reception was, it was calm in the first half – at least in terms of the number of goal positions. That, in turn, gave ammunition to the statisticians: For the first time since February 2017, Manchester United had not scored a goal in any of their five consecutive first-half league matches.
MU was very frustrated in the first half of the second half, but there was also some danger in Leeds counterattacks. At the end of the game, the course turned again, with Paul Pogba in the 76th minute and Edinson Cavani in the 85th minute, but the visitors were unable to score the winning goal.
Thus, Leeds scored a point in the “return match” in the league at Old Trafford, where he lost 6-2 in December, and has now kept unbeaten in six rounds, And while MU’s streak of league victories has been halted five times, the Innocence streak has survived away: it now boasts 24 matches, meaning it’s just three paces away from Arsenal’s PL record.
Angole Premier League
Round 33, Sunday matches
Leeds United 0-0 Manchester United
20.00: Aston Villa – West Bromwich Albion (TV: Player 1)
Wolverhampton Wanderers – Burnley 0-4 (Wood 15., 21., 44., Westwood 85.)
In other round matches
Thursday 4 March
Fulham-Tottenham Hotspur 0-1
Wednesday 10 March
Manchester City-Southampton 2-5
Friday, April 23
Saturday April 24
Liverpool – Newcastle United 1-1
West Ham United – Chelsea 0-1
Sheffield United – Brighton 1-0
|1. Manchester City||33||24||5||4||69-24||+45||77|
|2. Manchester United||33||19||10||4||64-35||+29||67|
|4. Chelsea||33||16||10||7||51 – 31||+20||58|
|5. West Ham||33||16||7||10||53-43||+10||55|
|9. Leeds United||33||14||5||14||50-50||0||47|
|11. Aston Villa||31||13||5||13||44-35||+9||44|
|12. Wolverhampton||33||11||8||14||32-45||– 13||41|
|13. Crystal Palace||31||10||8||13||33-52||– 19||38|
|15. Southampton||32||10||6||16||40-58||– 18||36|
|16. Newcastle||33||9||9||15th||36-54||– 18||36|
|17. Brighton and Hove Albion||33||7||13||13||33-39||–6||34|
|18. Fulham||33||5||12||16||25-43||– 18||27|
|19. West Bromwich Albion||32||5||9||18||28-62||–34||24|
|20. Sheffield United||33||5||2||26||18-56||–38||17|