Casemiro rescues a point for Man Utd at Chelsea

22 Oct 2022
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Midfielder's last-gasp header leaves Red Devils just outside top four while Forest stun Liverpool

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A stoppage-time header from Casemiro salvaged a point for Manchester United as they drew 1-1 at Chelsea.

Jorginho broke the deadlock from the penalty spot on 87 minutes, awarded for a foul by Scott McTominay on Armando Broja.

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But Casemiro scored his first Premier League goal from Luke Shaw's cross in the fourth minute of stoppage time as goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga was unable to keep the ball from just crossing the line.

The draw extends Graham Potter's unbeaten start as Chelsea head coach to five matches, with the Blues remaining in fourth place on 21 points, one clear of United in fifth.

Forest upset Liverpool

In the early kick-off, Nottingham Forest stunned Liverpool, winning 1-0 to secure their second victory of the season and climb off the bottom of the table.

Taiwo Awoniyi scored the decisive goal in the 55th minute against his former club, tapping in at the second attempt after his first effort hit a post. 

Steve Cooper's side move up to 19th and are now only inside the bottom three on goal difference.

Liverpool remain winless in six Premier League trips to Nott'm Forest and are without an away victory this season. They lie seventh, five points outside the top four.

Haaland inspires City to victory

Erling Haaland scored twice as Manchester City bounced back from their 1-0 defeat at Liverpool with a 3-1 win over Brighton & Hove Albion to move within a point of leaders Arsenal.

The Norwegian opened the scoring by latching on to a long pass from Ederson, rounding Brighton goalkeeper Robert Sanchez to finish, before adding a second from the penalty spot before half-time.

Leandro Trossard's fizzing low strike gave Brighton hope but Kevin De Bruyne curled in superbly from outside the penalty area to seal victory and ensure the champions became the first side to win 10 straight Premier League home matches scoring three or more goals in each match.

City stay second while Brighton sit eighth on 15 points.

Everton end three-match losing run 

Goals by Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Anthony Gordon and Dwight McNeil helped Everton to a first win in four matches as they beat Crystal Palace 3-0.

Making his first home start of the season, Calvert-Lewin slotted in to put the Toffees in front and Gordon tapped in after Vitalii Mykolenko's shot was parried by Vicente Guaita to make it 2-0 just after the hour mark.

Substitute McNeil tucked in a third following a sublime one-two with Alex Iwobi to help Everton leapfrog Palace on goal difference, moving up to 11th with 13 points, one place above Palace, who remain winless on the road.

Action-packed Sunday

Five matches take place on Sunday including a huge Midlands encounter at the foot of the table.

Wolverhampton Wanderers in 18th welcome bottom side Leicester City with caretaker head coach Steve Davis seeking a second successive home victory.

In the other 14:00 BST kick-offs, Arsenal will look to restore their four-point advantage at the top when they travel to Southampton, while Aston Villa host Brentford and Leeds United entertain Fulham

The final fixture of the day takes place in north London, with Tottenham Hotspur facing an in-form Newcastle United

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