Premier League: The Boxing Day Show

Premier League: The Boxing Day Show, Everton Sits at the Table of the Greats:

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Premier League– The cover of the day is certainly that of Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton who, despite the absences, manages to keep in the wake of Liverpool. Certainly the opponent was not the most difficult, Sheffield United still with zero wins but it was from the time of Roberto Martinez that the toffees had not lived such a happy period. The race was decided in the rain by Gylfi Sigurdsson.

Arsenal resurrects and makes three at Chelsea in the derby (The service on the match)

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Aston Villa show: In ten men against the Crystal Palace in crisis of results, the lions of Birmingham are loud and placed near the train to Europe. Those who intend not to miss the Champions League train are the two Manchester teams. City dismiss Newcastle United 2-0 while United drew at King Power Stadium at home to Leicester in a spectacular match.

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Fulham -Southampton ends in a draw while speaking of the red zone the challenge of the day is that of the WBA which after stopping Guardiola also stop the reigning champions of LiverpooL. Mane ‘scores after a few minutes and seems to pave the way for an easy win. The result did not change and in the final minutes Semi Ajayi resumed the game to the delight of Samuel Allardyce.

Al London Stadium another equal show between West Ham and Brighton & Hove Albion, a 2-2 draw full of emotions. Leeds United returns to party at Elland Road. A penalty by Patrick Bamford at the start of the match makes the “Loco” Bielsa smile. Wolverhampton Wanderers- Tottenham Hotspur closes the day of the Boxing Day match which ended 1-1 with the hosts resuming the result just minutes from the finish line.

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