Mertesacker Impressed With Ozil

Mertesacker Impressed With Ozil

Arsenal defender Per Mertesacker said he was very pleased with Mesut Ozil’s performance in a 5-2 win over Everton at the weekend.

Previously, his compatriots often get unpleasant criticism where the defeat of the Gunners because of the poor performance of the playmaker when competing.

However, on Sunday night yesterday the former Real Madrid player was successful to the best level by helping his team achieve big victory. Interestingly, in addition to scoring, the 29-year-old also gave an assist for Alexandre Lacazette.

“People are talking about the way Mesut creates chances, which he did brilliantly against Everton, but I am also impressed by his high intensity,” Per Mertesacker told the media.

“The combination of the game is always strong and on Sundays you feel you will never lose the ball.

“She made herself available among the lines and merged well with other youths.”

Results English Premier League, Two Goals Kane Defeat the defeat of Liverpool

Results English Premier League, Two Goals Kane Defeat the defeat of Liverpool

Harry Kane became the protagonist of Tottenham Hotspur in a 4-1 win over Liverpool in the Premier League, England’s first caste, at Wembley Stadium on Sunday (22/10/2017)

He scored two goals plus one assists in the game. That way, Kane ends a period of famine in home games in the Premier League this season.

Two other Tottenham goals came from Son Heung-Min and Dele Alli. Meanwhile, Liverpool just reply via Mohamed Salah.

Team beralias The Reds was left behind by slack Harry Kane in the fourth minute. He forwarded Kevin Kieran Tripper’s hull ball with a left-foot shot to thrill the Liverpool goalkeeper.

For Liverpool, Kane’s goal was the 1,000th time their goalkeeper trembled in the Premier League era.

Eight minutes later, Simon Mignolet again picked up the ball from the net again thanks to Kane. The England striker’s services were maximized by Son Heung-Min to double the lead.

New Liverpool can get up and reply in the 24th minute. Starting off Jordan Henderson’s breakthrough bait, Mohamed Salah ran into the penalty box and conquered Hugo Lloris with just one touch.

Instead of catching up, Liverpool even missed the injury time. Joel Matip’s mistake was used by Dele Alli to add a gap between the two teams.

The Reds’ suffering is not finished yet. In the second half, exactly 56 minutes, the host added goals through Kane.

The chaos took place in front of goal Mignolet. Getting the ball wild, Kane did a one-touch shot into the nets of Liverpool.

The rest of the time exploited Liverpool just to do utak especial, without changing the score.

When accumulated for 90 minutes, Juergen Klopp’s squad controlled 65 percent of the game and made seven shots on target from eleven attempts.

Meanwhile, Tottenham capitalize effectiveness. Although seen inferior in the mastery of the ball, they still had time to release six sharp kick from 14 experiments.

The victory makes Tottenham up survive in the third position with a collection of 20 points from nine games. They just lost on goal difference from Manchester United in second place.

Instead, Liverpool stuck in the ninth place with 13 points.

Tottenham Hotspur 4-1 Liverpool (Harry Kane 4 ‘, 56’; Son Heung-Min 12 ‘; Dele Alli 45 + 3’ – Mohamed Salah 24 ‘)

Composition of players

Tottenham Hotspur: 1-Hugo Lloris; 2-Kevin Trippier, 4-Toby Alderweireld, 6-Davidson Sanchez, 5-Jan Vertonghen; 24-Serge Aurier, 29-Harry Winks, 20-Dele Alli, 23-Christian Eriksen (15-Eric Dier 81 ‘), 10-Harry Kane (18-Fernando Llorente 88’), 7-Son Heung-Min (17- Moussa Sissoko 69 ‘)

Manager: Mauricip Pochettino

Liverpool: 22-Simon Mignolet; 12-Joseph Gomez, 32-Joel Matip, 6-Dejan Lovren (21-Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 31 ‘), 18-Alberto Moreno; 14-Jordan Henderson, 7-James Milner, 23-Emre Can (16-Marko Grujic 83 ‘); 11-Mohamed Salah, 9-Roberto Firmino (15-Daniel Sturridge 77 ‘), 10-Philippe Coutinho

Manager: Juergen Klopp

Referee: Andre Marriner