City rules in Manchester with Haaland and Liverpool wins for Luis Diaz


Manchester City thrashed Manchester United (0-3) this Sunday on the tenth matchday of the Premier League held at Old Trafford, with Erling Haaland the protagonist of the three goals, while Liverpool beat Nottingham Forest (3-0) to maintain the fight for leadership, showing their support for an absent Luis Diaz due to the kidnapping of his parents in Colombia.

Pep Guardiola’s team won the derby with authority and with Haaland scoring two goals and giving the third to Phil Foden in the 80th minute. The Norwegian opened the penalty box in the 26th minute, reviewed by the VAR, and before the half-time Ederson and Onana excelled between the posts to keep the score at 0-1.

Haaland saw the rival goalkeeper fly with his header, but after the restart he was in charge of putting it out of reach to double the Premier League champion’s lead. The changes did not help a United that suffered the sentence 10 minutes from the end, with three points that bring City to 24, two behind the leader Tottenham, while Ten Hag’s men are left with 15.

For its part, Liverpool has accumulated 23 after an emotional victory against Forest, where they showed their support for Diaz who was urgently removed from the squad due to the kidnapping of his parents. “After more than 1,000 games as a coach, you think you’ve experienced it all, and today we had the most difficult circumstances I’ve ever encountered. The players fought for their brother, it’s what we could do,” said the ‘red’ coach. , Jurgen Klopp. Jota, Núñez and Salah scored the goals at Anfield.

On the other hand, Unai Emery’s Aston Villa maintains its commitment to the Champions League zone after extending its spectacular streak at home, 12 consecutive victories, with a 3-1 win over Luton. Meanwhile, Brighton continues to lose pace at the top by drawing (1-1) against Fulham, their fourth straight game without winning.



Crystal Palace – Tottenham 1-2.


Chelsea – Brentford 0-2.

Arsenal – Sheffield United 5-0.

Bournemouth – Burnley 2-1.

Wolverhampton – Newcastle United 2-2.


West Ham – Everton 0-1.

Aston Villa – Luton 3-1.

Brighton – Fulham 1-1.

Liverpool – Nottingham Forest 3-0.

Manchester United – Manchester City 0-3.