On Sunday, day 34 of the Premier League in England, Tottenham also defeated Gareth Bale 4-0 at home against Sheffield United who was already knocked out thanks to a hat-trick.
|Serge Aurier finished with two assists and Gareth Bale finished with three goals (Photo: AFP)|
Tottenham’s lead in the 35th minute: Serge Aurier gave the perfect ball Gareth Bell Nick, Who raised it above the goalkeeper (1-0).
At the start of the second half, the referee scored a goal away from his London counterpart with the help of the referee, but soon after, in the 61st minute, Tottenham’s second good goal was scored: bale He received a superb pass from Szon Hung Mine at the counter and did not make a mistake in the end (2-0).
This was not the end of his Welshman’s edge: in the 69th minute, Aurier had him back on the streak Bill T, He also scored his third goal (3-0).
However, the most beautiful goal of the match the Welshman did not score either: in the 77th minute Son He was in front of the ball in his sixteenth streak and scored the final 4-0 with an exhibition shot.
Angole Premier League
Tottenham – Sheffield United 4-0 (Bel 36, 61, 69, Ibn 77)
Newcastle United – Arsenal 0-2 (El Niñy 5., Aubameyang 66.)
Manchester United – Liverpool – Delayed
19.00: West Bromwich Albion – Wolverhampton Wanderers
21.15: Burnley – West Ham United
Everton-Aston Villa 1-2 (Calvert Lewin 19., Watkins’ son 13., Al-Ghazi 80.)
Chelsea – Fulham 2-0 (Havertz 10., 49.)
BrightonLeeds United 2-0 (Gross 14-11, Welbeck 80.)
Crystal Palace – Manchester City 0-2 (Aguero 57., F. Torres 59.)
Southampton-Leicester City 1–1 (Ward Bruce 61.- 11 Esplan, El Evans 68.)
|1. Manchester City||34||25||5||4||71-24||+47||80|
|2. Manchester United||33||19||10||4||64-35||+29||67|
|6. West Ham||33||16||7||10||53-43||+10||55|
|10. Aston Villa||33||14||6||13||48-38||+10||48|
|11. Leeds United||34||14||5||15th||50-52||-2||47|
|12. Wolverhampton||33||11||8||14||32-45||– 13||41|
|13. Crystal Palace||33||10||8||15th||34-56||–22||38|
|14. Brighton and Hove Albion||34||8||13||13||35–39||–4||37|
|15. Southampton||33||10||7||16||41-59||– 18||37|
|17. Newcastle||34||9||9||16||36-56||– 20||36|
|18. Fulham||34||5||12||17||25-45||– 20||27|
|19. West Bromwich Albion||33||5||10||18||30-64||–34||25|
|20. Sheffield United||34||5||2||27||18-60||–42||17|