Last night and this morning, the third round of the English Premier League continued to be fiercely fought, with Manchester City defeating Sheffield United 2-1 away, achieving the opening three consecutive wins and leading the standings. Harland missed a point and headed a goal, completing Rodriguez’s final; Liverpool defeated Newcastle United 2-1 away from home, remaining unbeaten in the first three rounds. Gordon scored, Van Dijk received a red card, and Nunes scored twice as a substitute to perform a comeback; Aston Villa defeated Burnley 3-1 away, achieving two consecutive wins, with Kashmer scoring two goals.
One goal behind, the defensive core was sent off, and in the third round of the Premier League, Liverpool led by Klopp faced a severe test. However, with Nunes scoring twice as a substitute, the Red Army ultimately completed a 2-1 comeback and defeated the powerful Newcastle United away from home. It is worth mentioning that in the last 7 Premier League matches where Klopp’s team has received red cards, they have achieved a record of 5 wins and 2 draws, showcasing the iron blooded temperament of the Red Army.
Klopp talks about Van Dyck’s red card after the game
I don’t think this is a red card. There’s almost no contact, or very little, and it’s on the line of the ball, but what can I say? The penalty is like this, I can’t change it and I don’t want to change it. However, if it were in a training match, would I give such a penalty? Absolutely not. I don’t referee for a reason, and they do it for a reason
OPTA: Nunes’ stoppage time winner was Liverpool’s 42nd time in injury time, making it the team with the most stoppage time wins in the history of the Premier League
Manchester City 2-1 Sheffield United | The entire game ended, with Harland heading the goal and Rodri winning the final game. In the end, Manchester City defeated Sheffield United 2-1 away!
I thought I was going to be flattened. The result was ultimately Manchester City’s final victory. Winning all three games to reach the top of the points table.
This ball was played by Rodri with his foot raised, and he played it really steadily. The teammate who rushed up and intercepted the ball from the opponent’s foot to complete the pass also made a contribution. After three rounds, Manchester City won three consecutive games, leading the Premier League standings!
Manchester City’s victory over Sheffield United not only marked a victory, but also marked a brilliant achievement for Manchester City coach Guardiola in winning 200 Premier League games.