PSG 2-0 Monaco:
Paris Saint-Germain have rebounded against Monaco on Sunday, although only two of their last two league matches have been drawn.
Kylian Mbappe joined the strong club with a double in the first half against the previous team as Paris Saint-Germain climbed to the top of the league table after defeating Monaco 2-0
PSG had a streak draw against Nice and Lens in their two previous league matches and almost fell behind when Sofiane Diop hit woodworking on the opening stage at the Parc des Princes on Sunday
However, the hosts soon took control when Mbappe rolled a penalty before adding their second extra goal in the first half. The 22 years old forward has scored 100 goals for PSG in the French first division. Opta said he was the youngest player to achieve that record with the best flying team in France since at least 1950-51.
Rennes slipped through a 2-1 loss to Nice earlier. In other words, Mauricio Pochettino’s PSG team are 13 points ahead of the 2nd place Marseille currently holds after a 2-0 win over Strasbourg.
Diop was rejected by the left post after 2 minutes, VAR review resulted in a penalty kick that looked like Djibril Sidibe fell to Angel Di Maria from the other end at 12 minutes after VAR review.
Mbappe made a decent switch to the lower left corner on the spot, and PSG’s French striker allowed a fickle Youssouf Fofana pass in the 45th minute, allowing him to double his account.
Lionel Messi intercepted and moved forward and sent Mbappe out. Mbappe grabbed the lower right corner with precise accuracy to score the goal of his century at PSG.
Messi swings the crossbar narrowly with a free kick after the interval, then drags it further a few minutes later. On the other hand, it didn’t look like Monaco were teasing Gianluigi Donnarumma in an eventless second half as PSG looked to win.
Chelsea 3-2 Leeds United:
With Jorginho’s two penalty kicks, including one in the stoppage time, Chelsea are back on the road to victory in a tough 3-2 win over Leeds.
Chelsea relied on Jorginho to end a penalty in Saturday’s 3-2 Premier League win over Leeds United.
Goals from Mason Mount and two penalties from Italy canceled Raphinha’s opener, with Joe Gelhardt scoring late in the riot at Stamford Bridge.
After losing 3-2 to West Ham, they lost the top spot in the Premier League last week. Another setback for Thomas Tuchel’s men was another setback before they lost their first place in their Champions League group after a 3-3 draw with Zenit.
Chelsea were substituted for the third time in a week in the 83rd minute, but Antonio Rudiger’s Mateusz Klich’s goal gave Jorginho the chance to win in the 94th minute. He does not make mistakes
The home side were determined to make amends in the 26th minute when Marcos Alonso kicked Dan James into the box and the home side were determined to make amends.
Raphinha overtook Mendy to lead Leeds with a penalty, while Jorginho led a proud penalty if he did not match his team.
Alonso won the ball from Stuart Dallas four minutes before the start of the match and hit the post with a low cross to hit a nearby post.
Just hours later, Jorginho allegedly made a mistake in the penalty area after leading a VAR inspection, but Illan Meslier of Italy misjudged the trade mark and sent the wrong mark.
When Gelhardt turned home a Tyler Roberts cross in the 7th minute, Gelhardt thought he had scored a point for his side, but Jorginho’s second goal gave Chelsea the win.
Manchester City 1-0 Wolves:
Manchester City have won the Premier League with a 1-0 win over relegation-threatened Wojciech Szczesny.
Raheem Sterling’s second-half penalty gave Manchester City a six-year Premier League victory, a 1-0 victory over Wolves.
City climbed to the top of the table for the first time this season last week, taking advantage of Saturday’s win at the Etihad Stadium, where Liverpool and Chelsea are struggling.
Pep Guardiola’s men were heavily assisted during the first half for two pre-registered offenses within 31 seconds from Ra Jiml Jimenez’s foolish pass.
Bernardo Silva’s cross hit Joao Moutinho’s arm, and referee Jonathan Moss gave Sterling a penalty in the 66th minute, which proved enough for his 100 Premier League goals.
Wolves only scored the last goal of last week’s defeat to Liverpool, scoring twice in the first half against Manchester City
However, when Jimenez was warned about the offense, the number of spectators dropped to 10 and he was immediately penalized for failing to return to the free kick.
Ilkay Gundogan was hit in the head by Conor Coady after pressure from Manchester City, and when Sterling finally converted the winning penalty, Stalin did not seem to have hit Moutinho on his armpit instead of his arm.
Jack Grealish tried to save Silva and Sterling from Jose Sa but soon revealed a good chance, but Wolves failed to score in the fourth straight game.
Norwich City 0-1 Man Utd:
Manchester United have thanked Cristiano Ronaldo for his goal in the 1-0 win over Norwich City in the Premier League.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s controversial penalty gave Norwich City a 1-0 victory over Premier League champions Ralf Rangnick.
United tried for some time on the sandy Carrow Road, but when Max Aarons decided to overthrow Ronaldo, he had the opportunity to cross an unexpected long hurdle.
The Portuguese striker accelerated to turn the ball into a goal 15 minutes later, and despite the enthusiasm of the lower league club, the difference was evident.
United are fifth, level on points with fourth-placed West Ham but with an inferior goal difference, while Norwich remain three points adrift of safety.
Alex Telles was spotted crossing the free-kick, but United struggled to break the deadlock in the first half, with Tim Krul frustrated by Norwich.
In the closing stages of the first 45 minutes, Harry Maguire headed in a diving save from a Dutchman to save Ronaldo.
Norwich became more of a threat in the second half, and Teemu Pukki, who had jumped out of David De Gea’s flight, prevented the opening shot from the top left corner
However, Ronaldo seemed to easily slip down under Aaron’s contact, but they were upset when Darren England pointed to the place.
There was no doubt that Ronaldo’s break from 12 yards out, and De Gea’s two striking shots that hit the bottom left corner, surprised De Gea, who was often weak during the Ole Gunner Solskjer era. For all three reasons.