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Day 2 review: Gomes sets up tie with Sterling

22 Apr 2020
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Everton midfielder beats Chelsea 8-0 on EA SPORTS FIFA 20 and faces quarter-final against Man City's Raheem Sterling, who won a thriller

Day 2 of the inaugural ePremier League Invitational tournament has come to a close, and it was packed with goals as Premier League players and celebrity fans faced each other on EA SPORTS FIFA 20 in the last 16.

Two top wingers went head-to-head in the day's opening duel, with Raheem Sterling winning 5-4 for Manchester City against Crystal Palace's Wilfried Zaha.

Sterling will face Everton's Andre Gomes in the quarter-finals after the Portuguese midfielder put on a FIFA 20 masterclass, beating Chelsea's Reece James 8-0.

Trent Alexander-Arnold also impressed as he guided Liverpool to a 5-1 win over musician Tom Grennan, who was representing Manchester United.

The action concluded with a late 2-1 victory for Newcastle United, represented by Christian Atsu, against Tottenham Hotspur's former Magpies midfielder Moussa Sissoko.

Atsu will meet Alexander-Arnold in the last eight.

Day 2 results

Raheem Sterling (MCI) 5-4 Wilfried Zaha (CRY) | Report and highlights
Tom Grennan (MUN) 1-5 Trent Alexander-Arnold (LIV) | Report and highlights
Reece James (CHE) 0-8 Andre Gomes (EVE) | Report and highlights
Moussa Sissoko (TOT) 1-2 Christian Atsu (NEW) | Report and highlights

Day 3 fixtures (from 12:00 BST)

12:00 Diogo Jota (WOL) v Wilfred Ndidi (LEI)
13:15 Todd Cantwell (NOR) v Lys Mousset (SHU) 
14:30 Neal Maupay (BHA) v Philip Billing (BOU)
15:45 Josh Franceschi (ARS) v Dwight McNeil (BUR)

Route to the final
Route to the ePL final
Where to watch tomorrow

Fans can watch Thursday's action on the Premier League website and app as well as its YouTubeFacebook and Twitter channels.

The Sky Sports YouTube and Twitch channels, as well as the Football Daily YouTube channel, will also cover the tournament.

See: Fixtures and more ePL Invitational information

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