ePL Invitational

Day 4 review: Goals galore in quarter-finals

8 May 2020
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There were 26 goals scored in four FIFA 20 matches as four players including James Maddison made it to Saturday's Finals Day

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The line-up for Finals Day of the ePremier League Invitational is set after a massive 26 goals were scored in Friday's EA SPORTS FIFA 20 quarter-finals.

Aston Villa striker Keinan Davis starred as he scored twice with his own in-game character, beating Burnley's Charlie Taylor 8-1 to set up a semi-final tie with Leicester City's James Maddison.

Earlier in the day, Maddison claimed an epic 4-3 golden goal victory over Southampton forward Michael Obafemi. The Leicester midfielder netted the decisive goal with his own character after the regular 90 minutes finished level.

Sheffield United defender John Egan will come up against Norwich City right-back Max Aarons in the other semi-final.

Egan claimed a late 4-2 triumph against fellow Republic of Ireland international Aaron Connolly, of Brighton & Hove Albion, with Lys Mousset scoring two crucial goals in the final stages for the Blades.

Aarons earned a 3-1 success against Chelsea wing-back Emerson through second-half goals from Teemu PukkiKenny McClean and Emiliano Buendia.

The semi-finals and final will both take place on Saturday, when the winner of the second edition of the ePL Invitational will be crowned.

Day 4 matches

James Maddison (LEI) 4-3 Michael Obafemi (SOU)* Report and highlights 
Charlie Taylor (BUR) 1-8 Keinan Davis (AVL) Report and highlights
John Egan (SHU) 4-2 Aaron Connolly (BHA) | Report and highlights 
Max Aarons (NOR) 3-1 Emerson (CHE) | Report and highlights
*Golden Goal

Day 5 matches

Semi-final: Keinan Davis (AVL) 3-4 James Maddison (LEI)* | Report and highlights
Semi-final: Max Aarons (NOR) 1-2 John Egan (SHU) Report and highlights
Final: John Egan (SHU) 1-5 James Maddison (LEI) | Report and highlights
*Golden goal

How Maddison became ePL Invitational champion
 Day 3 results

James Maddison (LEI) 8-1 Callum Wilson (BOU) | Report and highlights
Max Aarons (NOR) 4-1 Ryan Sessegnon (TOT) | Report and highlights
Phil Foden (MCI) 3-4 Charlie Taylor (BUR) | Report and highlights
John Egan (SHU) 4-3 Jofra Archer (MUN) | Report and highlights
James Maddison (LEI) 3-2 Max Meyer (CRY) | Report and highlights

Day 2 results

Jose Enrique (LIV) 1-6 Keinan Davis (AVL) Report and highlights
Morgan Gibbs-White (WOL) 0-3 Aaron Connolly (BHA) Report and highlights
Tony Bellew (EVE) 0-7 Michael Obafemi (SOU) Report and highlights
Emerson (CHE) 4-2 Andre Gray (WAT) Report and highlights 

Day 1 results

Spencer Owen (WHU) 1-3 Ryan Sessegnon (TOT) | Report and highlights
Charlie Taylor (BUR) 2-1 Micheal Ward (ARS) | Report and highlights
Rolando Aarons (NEW) 1-4 Jofra Archer (MUN) | Report and highlights

How to watch the tournament

Fans can watch all the action on the Premier League's digital channels as well as on the Sky Sports YouTube and Twitch channels, BBC Sport website and iPlayer.

Finals Day will also be shown live in the UK on Sky Sports' Premier League and Main Event channels, with the tournament again being televised around the world by the Premier League's international broadcast partners.

The tournament will urge everyone to follow official advice by staying at home and saving lives.

We would also ask anyone inspired to play FIFA 20 to take regular breaks from gaming, every 45 minutes.

See: More details on ePL Invitational

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