Sheffield Utd. – West Ham 0: 1, Souček and Coufal helped the Hammers to win, champions are second

Laurence Griffiths, Reuters

Both Czech representatives in the colors of West Ham had a great chance to open the score in the first half. Coufal’s attempt at the back post was kicked off by a goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale and Souček did not hit the goal up close a while later.

Sebastien Haller made a nice rush in the 56 minute, but was eventually stopped by Marca Antonia. Both teams scored a goal construction for the rest of the match, but the score did not change.

West Ham moved into the first half of the incomplete table. Sheffield has one point after nine games and equaled the negative record of Manchester City from the 1995/96 season and Sheffield Wednesday from the 1999/00 season.

Everton’s Dominic Calvert-Lewin celebrates a goal with teammate Lucas Dign.

John Sibley, Reuters

Liverpool has confirmed that he is doing well against Leicester. He celebrated his sixth victory from the last seven mutual matches after Jonny Evans’ own goal and the goals of Robert Firmin and Diogo Jota. The Portuguese striker was the first Liverpool player to score in his first four home games.

Defenders of the title improved the club record when they did not lose 64 league matches in a row at Anfield Stadium (53 wins, 11 draws). Leicester dropped to fourth place.

Fulham dropped the penalty again

Calvert-Lewin has made his mark in the middle of the left hand side of the field, and this year the Premier League has ten goals. Karamelek also scored the third hit with Abdoulaye Doucoré head to the center from the left, and Lucas Digne scored the second assist.

Bobby Reid and Ruben Loftus-Cheek scored for Fulham. With 68 minutes played, Ivan Cavaleiro nearly put the visitors another one up as he broke through in the middle and fired from just outside the box, but his shot passed just over the bar. The Fulham shooters “threw” the third penalty in a row. That’s why the newcomer to the competition did not build on the previous domestic victory against West Bromwich. Everton collected at least two goals in the match for the sixth time in a row, yet ended the four-match waiting for victory and moved up to sixth place.

Arsenal tied for Leeds rookie 0-0. The gunners played almost the entire second half without the excluded Nicolas Pépé, who hit the opponent’s head and received a red card. In the end, the favorite was also very lucky, the home team hit the goal construction three times during the last quarter of an hour.

English Football League – Round 9:
Fulham – Everton 2: 3 (15. Reid, 70. Loftus-Cheek – 1. a 29. Calvert-Lewin, 35. Doucouré)
Sheffield United – West Ham United 0:1 (56. Haller)
Leeds – Arsenal 0:0
Liverpool – Leicester 3:0 (21st Evans, 41st Jota, 86th Firmino)

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