“Dibu” Martínez shone again for Aston Villa to fight

“Dibu” Martínez shone again for Aston Villa to fight

The Argentine goalkeeper Emiliano “Dibu” Martínez He was the figure of his team, Aston Villawho defeated Arsenal by 1 to 0 and finished third, very close to the leader Liverpoolwho defeated Crystal Palace 2 to 1 without Alexis Mac Allister (injured), within the framework of the sixteenth round of the Premier Leaguepartially disputed this afternoon.

Meanwhile, Manchester United lost at home 3-0 against modest Bournemouth, while Seffield beat Brentford 1-0 and Wolverhampton drew 1-1 with Nottingham Forest.

In Birmingham, and in front of their home crowd, Aston Villa beat Arsenal 1-0 with a goal from Scotsman Josh McGinn, and another great performance from “Dibu” Martínez, who held the lead to achieve a much-celebrated victory.

For its part, Arsenal was able to remain second to the leader but now with Aston Villa on its heels.

In fact, Liverpool had to fight harder than expected to defeat Crystal Palace, which had taken the lead with a goal from Jean Philippe Mateta, but the Reds turned it around thanks to goals from Mohamed Salah and Harvey Elliot and thus kept the leadership with one point above Arsenal.

Meanwhile, and with a goal from the Argentine Marcos SenesiBournemouth beat Manchester United 3-0 Alejandro Garnacho at Old Trafford.

Senesi, former San Lorenzo, closed the win, and Dominik Solanke and Philip Billings had previously scored.

In Manchester United, the Spanish-Argentine striker Alejandro Garnacho was in Dutch Erik ten Hag’s team from the start and was replaced 3 minutes into the second half by Marcus Rashford.

At the Amex Stadium, Brighton and Hove Albion drew 1-1 with Burnley with goals from Ivorian Simon Adingra and Frenchman Wilson Odobert. The Argentinian Facundo Buonanotte He entered with six minutes remaining in place of Lewis Dunk.

For its part, Sheffield United beat Brentford 1-0 at Bramall Lane with the solitary goal from James Mcatee, while Wolverhampton Wanderers drew 1-1 with Nottingham Forest, at the Molineaux Stadium, with the goals from Brazilian Matheus Cunha and Harry Tofolo.

The day will continue this Sunday with Everton-Chelsea; Fulham-West Ham; Luton Town-Mancester City and Tottenham-Newcastle.

Premier League – Date 16

Today: Crystal Palace 1 (Mateta)-Liverpool 2 (Salah and Elliot); Brighton 1 (Adingra)-Burnley 1 (Odobert); Manchester United 0-Bournemouth 3 (Solanke, Billing and Senesi); Sheffield United 1 (Mcatee)-Brentford 0; Wolverhampton 1 (Cunha)-Nottingham Forest 1 (Toffolo) and Aston Villa 1 (McGinn)-Arsenal 0.

Sunday: Everton-Chelsea (11:00, Star+); Fulham-West Ham (11:00, Star+); Luton Town-Manchester City (11:00, ESPN and Star+) and Tottenham Hotspur-Newcastle United (1:30 p.m., ESPN and Star+).

Positions: Liverpool 37 points; Arsenal 36; Aston Villa 35; Manchester City 30; Tottenham and Manchester United 27; Newcastle and Brighton 26; West Ham 24; Chelsea, Brentford, Wolverhampton and Bournemouth 19; Fulham 18; Crystal Palace 16; Nottingham Forest 14; Everton 10; Luton Town 9; Burnley and Sheffield United 8.

Source: Ambito

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