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Garnacho show and “Licha” injury at Manchester United

Garnacho show and “Licha” injury at Manchester United

The Argentine striker Alejandro Garnacho scored a double for the second time in the English football season, which allowed Manchester United to beat West Ham 3-0 at Old Trafford, for the 23rd time. Premier League date.

The footballer born in Madrid 19 years ago scored his first goal, the partial 2-0, with his left foot and the second, with his right, at 4 and 41 minutes into the second half, respectively.

Grenache, who had already scored twice against the Argentine Emiliano “Dibu” Martínez In the victory over Aston Villa, on December 26, he started for the “Red Devils”, like his compatriot Lisandro Martínez, who retired injured.

The defending world champion in Qatar 2022 left the field of play 25 minutes into the final half with discomfort in his right knee, after a sprain he suffered when disputing a ball with the Czech Vladimir Coufal.

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With the victory, started with so much from the Dane Rasmus Hojlund (23m.PT), Manchester United (38 points) surpassed West Ham (36) in the standings and snatched the qualifying spot for next season’s Europa League.

In other matches played, Mauricio Pochettino’s Chelsea, with Enzo Fernández from the startlost at home with Wolverhampton 4-2 and Nottingham Forestwith Gonzalo Montiel and Nicolás Domíngueztied 1-1 at Bournemouth, who had among their starters Marcos Senesi.

Results of date 23

Saturday: Everton 2-Tottenham Hotspur 2; Brighton 4-Crystal Palace 1; Burnley 2-Fulham 2; Newcastle 4-Luton Town 4 and Sheffield United 0-Aston Villa 5.

Sunday: Bournemouth 1 (Kluivert)-Nottingham Forest 1 (Hudson-Odoi); Chelsea 2 (Palmer and Thiago Silva)-Wolverhampton 4 (Matheus Cunha 3 and Disasi e/c) and Manchester United 3 (Hojlund and Garnacho 2)-West Ham 0. Later: Arsenal-Liverpool (1:30 p.m., ESPN and Star+ ).

Monday: Brentford-Manchester City (5:00 p.m., ESPN and Star+).

Positions

Liverpool 51 points; Manchester City, Arsenal and Aston Villa 46; Tottenham 44; Manchester United 38; West Ham 36; Brighton United 35; Newcastle 33; Wolverhampton 32; Chelsea 31; Bournemouth 27; Fulham 26; Crystal Palace 24; Brentford 22; Nottingham Forest 21; Luton Town 20; Everton* 19; Burnley 13; Sheffield United 10.

* 10 points were deducted for failing to comply with Financial Fair Play.

Source: Ambito

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