The eleventh of the day

Madrid, Nov 28 (EFE).- Goalkeeper Koen Casteels (Wolfsburg); defenders Ilario Monterisi (Frosinone), Jamaal Lascelles (Newcastle) and Pau Torres (Aston Villa); the midfielders Ousmane Dembele (Paris Saint Germain), Mohamed Kudus (West Ham), Antoine Griezmann (Atlético de Madrid), Kai Havertz (Arsenal) and Alejandro Garnacho (Manchester United); and forwards Rodrygo Goes (Real Madrid) and José Luis Morales (Villarreal) make up the eleven of the last day in the five major European leagues.


– Koen Casteels (BEL/Wolfsburg): The saves of Wolfsburg’s Belgian goalkeeper were decisive for the 2-1 victory over Leipzig, crashing again and again against the 197-centimetre tall goalkeeper. His opponent averaged an expected goal statistic of 3.72 during the match. He only received one goal. Leipzig falls out of the Champions League zone with its second defeat in three games.


– Ilario Monterisi (ITA/Frosinone): The 21-year-old central defender starred in Frosinone’s victory, entrenched in the middle of the standings, against Genoa. He entered the field in the 69th minute and scored the winning goal, 2-1, in the 94th minute. It is his third goal in 24 games with Frosinone, 17 of them as a starter, throughout last season and the current.

– Jamaal Lascelles (ENG/Newcastle): At match time, the header inside the area by the Newcastle centre-back and captain, the undisputed starter from the end of September until now, definitively boosted the 4-1 win over Chelsea. His goal was 2-1. His team is still seventh, three points behind Europe. Chelsea are tenth, ten behind fifth place.

– Pau Torres (ESP/Aston Villa): On the brink of half-time, the Spanish centre-back’s header began the comeback for Unai Emery’s team at Tottenham’s home, later completed with Ollie Watkins’ 1-2. The Birmingham team, winner of seven of its last nine Premier League matches, is already in the Champions League places. He is fourth after a prestigious victory. They have only lost two of their twelve most recent league games.


– Ousmane Dembele (FRA/Paris Saint Germain): Paris Saint Germain consolidated its lead in Ligue 1 with a 5-2 victory over Monaco with the decisive intervention of the winger from Barcelona in each of the first three so many. In the first shot that led to Gonçalo Ramos’ 1-0, in the penalty that led to Mbappe’s 2-0 and in the 3-0 that he achieved, with a good and powerful finish.

– Mohamed Kudus (SEN/West Ham): The Ghanaian international invented West Ham’s victory against Burnley, overcome by the overflow of Kudus, who, surrounded by four rivals in an individual play, made it 1-1 for the shot. from Mubama, in the 86th minute, and gave the 2-1 in another action to Tomas Soucek, already in the 91st minute.

– Antoine Griezmann (FRA/Atlético de Madrid): Again in the midfield, in a low-speed match for Atlético de Madrid against Mallorca, he was definitive with a phenomenal header with which he solved the victory for Diego Simeone’s team ( 1-0) after the match time to return to the podium, chaining his eighteenth consecutive victory at the Metropolitano and placing himself just three goals behind the club’s top scorer, Luis Aragonés.

– Kai Havertz (ALE/Arsenal): Arsenal is once again the leader of the ‘Premier League’. The Gunners took advantage of the 1-1 draw between Manchester City and Liverpool to climb back to the top with an agonizing victory against Brentford, which they beat in the 89th minute through Kai Havertz, on the field from ten minutes before. His header at the far post, from Bukayo Saka’s cross, made it 0-1. Add one more point than City.

– Alejandro Garnacho (ARG/Manchester United): The Argentine international Erik Ten Hag already feels the confidence, starting for the fifth game in a row for the first time since his promotion to the Manchester United first team and spectacular scorer at two minutes and 13 seconds, with an impressive overhead kick that opened the third straight win for his team, sixth in the table, 0-3 against Everton.


– Rodrygo Goes (BRA/Real Madrid): Debating his scoring ability at the start of the season, the Brazilian attacker is unleashed again in the last three duels, with five goals; two of them, plus an assist, in the 0-3 victory against Cádiz with which Real Madrid regained the lead in LaLiga EA Sports after Girona’s 1-1 draw against Athletic Club in Montilivi on Monday.

– José Luis Morales (ESP/Villarreal): A regular substitute with Pacheta and Quique Setien in the first steps of this campaign, the arrival of Marcelino has boosted Morales, a scorer five times in his last two games. To his decisive performance to avoid a fiasco against Zamora (1-2) in the Copa del Rey, he added the three goals in the 3-1 victory over Osasuna on the last league matchday to vindicate his present.

(c) EFE Agency

2023-11-28 16:19:25
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