What a great goalkeeper the Argentine National Team has and, of course, Aston Villa. The Draw Martínez was the great figure of the villain team’s victory over Enzo Fernández’s Chelsea this Sunday in the Premier League with four tremendous saves, including one very similar to the iconic one in the final of Qatar 2022with his left leg in a one-on-one match against the rival striker.
It was a game without a toll in the midfield, so there were plenty of interventions by the goalkeepers. The Chelsea player, the Spaniard of English descent, Robert Sánchez showed off with a couple of incredible volleys against distant shots. But The man from Mar del Plata stole the spotlight with the numerous occasions in which his defenders left him hand in hand against the Chelsea forwards.
Time and time again the Draw embittered those led by Mauricio Pochettino with covers to the Senegalese Nicolas Jackson (at 23 minutes), the English/Jamaican Raheem Sterling (at 46 and 52; the second, a copy of the save against Kolo Muani in Qatar 2022) and full-back Ben Chilwell (at 77). All very clear goal plays, hand in hand.
With Dibu doing the impossible on his side, Aston Villa only needed one offensive inspiration and that was that of striker Ollie Watkins who escaped on a counterattack and, without an angle, took a shot in the 73rd that counted with serious collaboration from goalkeeper Sánchez, putting the ball between his legs.
So, Aston Villa is 6th with 12 pointsnot so far from the seemingly invincible Manchester City (18). Chelsea, with all its super reinforcements, does not go beyond 14th placewith just 5 units in 6 dates.
Another of the good games in the Premier this Sunday was one of the London classics, with a 2-2 tie between Arsenal (5th with 14) and Tottenham (4th with 14). The champion of the world Cuti Romero had bad luck to open the scoring for the locals with a goal against by deflecting a shot, but was saved by South Korean Son Heung-Min with a double.
Second in the standings is Liverpool (16)who beat West Ham 3 to 1 (7th with 10) with Alexis Mac Allister starter and a goal from Uruguayan Darwin Núñez. Third is Brighton (15)which had Facundo Goodnight as a starter in the 3-1 win over Bournemouth (17th with 3) Marcos Senesi (entered in the second half).
The victory of the day was that of Newcastle (8th with 9): was 8-0 over Sheffield United (20th with 1). The Paraguayan ex-Lanús Miguel Almiron It was recorded on the scoresheet with a celebration, the sixth.
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