Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Under Pressure While Chelsea Bounce Back in Premier League | Sports News Indiacom

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LONDON: Pressure is mounting on Manchester United coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after his side were held to a 1-1 draw at home by Everton. Saturday evening’s result means Solskjaer’s side have taken only one point from their last two home matches in the Premier League and a 2-1 win over Villarreal in the Champions League mid-week. Also Read – Manchester United vs Everton India in Live Streaming Premier League: Preview, Squad, Prediction – Man Utd vs EVE Stream Where to Watch Live Football Match Online, TV Broadcasts in India

Things were going well for Manchester United when Anthony Martial put them ahead in the 43rd minute, but after an excellent counter-attack in the 65th minute Andros Townsend equalized for Everton and the visitors only made one for Yeri Mina. Won victory. Attempt dismissed for offside in injury time. Also Read – Manchester United teammate Lee Grant shares how Cristiano Ronaldo impressed everyone with healthy food choices

Chelsea recovered from defeats against Manchester City and Juventus with 3–1 wins at home at Southampton. Also Read – UCL 2021-22: “It’s My Job”, Cristiano Ronaldo After His Late Winner For Manchester United Against Villarreal

Young defender Trevoh Chaloba led them in the ninth minute, but a sharp challenge from Ben Chilwell allowed James Ward-Prause to equalize with half an hour to play from the penalty spot.

Ward-Prause was sent off for a sharp challenge on Jorginho with 13 minutes remaining and Timo Werner and Chilwell took advantage of the closing minutes to seal the points for Chelsea.

Elsewhere, Diego Llorente’s 18th-minute goal was enough to give Leeds United their first win of the season as they beat Watford 1–0 at land Road, while Burnley and Norwich scored 0–0 in a game between the bottom two. equaled.

The result ends the season with Norwich losing six games, but leaves both teams still in search of their first win, although it was enough to lift Burnley over Newcastle, 2–1 to Wolves. was lost to.

Arsenal survived their trip to Brighton with one point, when the home team chased down Arsenal’s goal with 21 shots, but managed to score only two goals and were excellently tackled by Arsenal keeper Aaron Ramsdale.

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