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Premier League: 10 point words for a weekend action. | Football


1) Özil and Emery are still working collaboratively

Mesut Özil can not delete question marks. He won the Arsenal victory in Bournemouth and did not warm up in the second half Unai Emery, in his words: "he decided for other options," and at least until he was dead while watching the Europa League against Vorskla Poltava rubber. He took on his new contract signed in February. Özil had the best job this season, he was in No. 10, not a 3-4-3 Sunday no role in Emery, and the coach could extend his training. "We are looking for the best performance with our system, players and the combination," Emery said, clearly, although Arsenal has stretched out in 17 games, he still does not face the balance. Nobody doubts the ability to unlock the defense of Özil, but Emery demands a better mix of aggression and defense to question his prospects. Nick Ames

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2) Players who feel after the first loss of Sarri

Maurizio Sarri warned in weeks that it would not matter if lessons were learned. Slow starters would eventually punish Chelsea. "Now the problem is clear and I expect, first of all, to the players," he said, adding that there was little pressure on the line and that it was impossible to be "compact." The players, five of them post-match and accepted standards, slipped out, it was understandable that he was asked for a bit of a focus on the first victory in the 19 games of the competition under Sarri, although it was suggested that the loss was timely, but to offer there is no explanation no explanation "It's good for us to understand, reminding us that the Premier League is never easy," said David Luiz. "No one is happy. But the coach has won many victories in the time we won. It's true." Sarri has made steady improvements every day and has been a failure. The player will be able to see the other Italian side in Cobham on Monday. Dominic Fifield

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3) Maddison did "learn" from diving

After the 28-minute tunnel, after two curse, he linked James Maddison to himself. He made a mistake, committed to one of the most iniquities of the football field: diving. But thanks to the credit of the Leicester midfielder, it is not hiding. Before the box was worsened, it was increased day by day, to face the criticism he was worth 22 years old. "No one can see diving in our beautiful game," posted on Instagram. "I never anticipated that I was not in touch, but that's not an excuse, and I'll learn from that. Maddison's invention has led the Leicester red card for four seasons, twice as many times as he did, against Claude Puelde, sending nine players They are in 33 games. "We have to manage our positions and our games better," said Puelo. Ben Fisher

Match Report: Brighton 1-1 Leicester

4) Ranier's presence was felt in Fulham

The respect between Claudio Ranieri and Ryan Sessegnon was in common, Fulham launched the campaign with Southampton's victory. From the player's point of view, after failing to see Ranieri's disaster, Slavisa Jokanovic replaced his presence. "It wants to defend us as a team," said Sessegnon. "He is very tactical: this is a little easier than this one. He wants to be a player, Fulham has all the weaknesses of the season, and Ranier focuses on the worst defense of the League – Italians are worried about his attack and Sessegnon praised the bright spectators, 18-year-old winger Aleksandar Mitrovic and André Schürrle "It's one of the best players I've ever met," Ranieri said. "It's young, a child. It's not easy for him, but I'm very happy. Jacob Steinberg

Match Report: Fulham 3-2 Southampton
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Claudio Ranieri (right) shouts with his Maxime Le Marchand in Southampton's win.

Fulvan's new manager, Claudio Ranieri (right), was promoted by Maxime Le Marchand in Southampton. Photo: Rob Sambles / Frozen in Motion / Rex / Shutterstock

5) Warnock wants to buy Cardiff to save it

Cardiff has worked hard for Everton to win in Goodison, although Neil Warnock wants him to spend money in January to give him a chance to survive. "I have to make purchases, I have to keep a little bit more quality," said Cardiff's director. "It's not easy to look for players in January, but two or three new players can really improve and fight. Right now we're playing back. It's doing well, but we have to be better." Callum Paterson, on the right, It was very good to start the score in the first half, trying to miss the only goal. A qualifying striker, or a kind of recognized striker, placed on the front and the pressure increased. No-one is preventing Paterson's commitment or doing the work, but it's probably something you want. Cardiff allows them to rescue themselves from the start if they maximize their points, but they do not face them. Paul Wilson

Match report: Everton 1-0 Cardiff

6) & # 39; Fear Factor & # 39; United does not raise the game

Old Trafford claims he is still afraid of the draw at the Manchester United Crystal Palace and Roy Hodgson emphasized how good it can be for José Mourinho. Hodgson said: "There are 75,000 people playing very good players that see very good players, because they are very strong. [Alexis] Sánchez, [Marcus] Rashford and [Marouane] Fellaini tells you a lot, especially when you like it [Romelu] Lukaku, [Juan] Kill and [Jesse] They started Lingard. So what they thought was that they were the XI best, and then those guys brought them. And the atmosphere, for so many years that Manchester United has played over the years in Manchester United, will never come up with fear without a specific factor. "However, all the notable names plus those made by Hodgson, Paul Pogba, Anthony Martial, and Nemanja Matic – United, surprisingly, took a step forward with a single step proposal. Jamie Jackson

Match Report: Manchester United 0-0 Crystal Palace

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7) Backwaters wishing to keep Liverpool huntsman

Liverpool lost 13 games in the Premier League this season, with a series of points in this season's stage. Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andy Robertson have been very comprehensive, due to their strong energy and defensive aggression, summarizing the efforts of Vicarage Road. England's right back Alexander-Arnold made a free shot at 25 meters high, 2-0 in the game, and his talent to show one another. He shot down the ball, and Robertson pushed all the Liverpool back. Watford was unable to cope with this. Additionally, its superb attacking screen, in the 12-game league games of Robertson, has kept eight clean sheets in Liverpool this season, and more than fifty people have helped in the second half of the table. Will Unwin

Match Report: Watford 0-3 Liverpool

8) She consolates Pellegrini's tone of consolation

As West Ham did this season, as far as Manuel Pellegrini can move forward, Manchester City mauling did not see much of the stage. But in Chile, a lot came out. West Ham said his opponents threatened to threaten claims (Ciudad could not and probably did more when they felt necessary), but he was more constructive. When Pellegrini said, his team showed "the same mentality in opposition to each of the teams in the same way". If West Ham wants to be a great team, other teams must impose their style consistently, in the opponent's way. This has not always happened in recent seasons. Before losing eight of its first six opponents, West Ham now looks forward to Pellegrini's theory. Paul MacInnes

Match Report: West Ham 0-4 Manchester City

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Sergio Agüero, former coach Manuel Pellegrini, has begun returning to Manchester City. Photo: Arfa Griffiths / West Ham United through Getty Images

9) Mooy imitates Molineux

The owners were inevitably Aaron Mooy, but Huddersfield was another man at the center of the heart, probably the best player in Molineux. Philip Billing stood out with Mooy and Jonathan Hogg, who was 22 years old in the magnificent intervention of Raul Jimenez, and made up the two sides of his game, Florent Hadergjonaj. There were contrasting moments, but they featured a great and mature exhibit. The bill puts it on the floor, it lacks any challenge, but perhaps most important, it has gaps in both boxes. He did not even have a decisive victory in Fulham, thirty months before, and when Huddersfield extended a mini-unbeaten match for three games, Dane was placed in a classic show. "It has grown," its director, David Wagner, recently said. "He has become a man." Ben Fisher

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10) Eye-catching winners can shake Spurs' week's key weeks

You can tell about these teams in this moment, but on Saturday they won Chelsea in the Tottenham season with a few decisive. On Wednesday, Inter will be playing the Champions League, and then arrives at the North London derby in Arsenal, a league match against Leicester and Southampton before a trip to Barcelona. It's really realistic to keep up with these European games and, of course, the Emirates victory is not tradable, but it's not a win over Chelsea, which will boost it. As for Maurizio Sarri, Spurs overtook the specific tactics and tactics, a combination that they need in the next games. "The challenge for us now is to maintain this level of competition," said Mauricio Pochettino after the match. He defined the season. Nick Miller

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