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Weekend football numbers: Ronaldo 50, Haaland 7, Maldini 3.0 - English Premier League News
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ESPN - 2020/02/03
Steve Nicol contends Oleksandr Zinchenko did more for Tottenham in Spurs' 2-0 win than anyone else. Steve Nicol says Tottenham were by far the worse side before Zinchenko was sent off for Man City. Steve Nicol and Gab Marcotti analyse Juve's win over Fiorentina behind Cristiano Ronaldo's goals. Ale Moreno praises Barcelona for their strong first-half, but is still skeptical of their ability to hold a lead. Mark Ogden and Alexis Nunes break down the contentious decisions in Tottenham's victory over Man City. Shaka Hislop says Mo Salah's unexpected journey to stardom reflects Liverpool's team identity. Steve Nicol says Mesut Ozil is Arsenal's only spark in the midfield despite be subbed off vs. Burnley. Steve Nicol and Ale Moreno explain why Antonio Conte's substitutions were the difference in Inter's win. Jose Mourinho reflects on Steven Bergwijn's impactful performance in his debut for Tottenham. Mikel Arteta says Arsenal failed to adapt to both the pitch conditions and Burnley's quality in a 0-0 draw. Quincy Promes scores to give Ajax a 1-0 win over PSV. Watch Eredivisie on ESPN+. Beside Bruno Fernandes, Shaka Hislop sees one other positive for Man Utd from their draw vs. Wolves. Craig Burley and Shaka Hislop react to Kylian Mbappe's scrap with Thomas Tuchel after being subbed off. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer answers questions from young Man United fans to kick start his press conference. Shaka Hislop sees the '"nucleus" of a solid team developing at Real Madrid after their win vs. Atletico. Shaka Hislop questions how Kepa will react to Frank Lampard benching him for Willy Caballero. Shaka Hislop can't help but marvel at Erling Haaland's goal-scoring frenzy in 3 games with Borussia Dortmund. Shaka Hislop says Bruno Fernandes' Man Utd debut vs. Wolves was 'nothing to write home about'. Jurgen Klopp admits Southampton posed a tough ask to Liverpool despite their comfortable win. Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti reacts to his side's stunning comeback win at Watford. Another cracking weekend of football, another great set of numbers to crunch. Here are the best. PREMIER LEAGUE Chelsea and Leicester kicked off the weekend's action with a fun 2-2 draw. Arsenal and Man Utd eked out goalless draws against Burnley and Wolves respectively, while Spurs stunned Man City 2-0. But let us start with the steamrolling juggernaut that is Liverpool Football Club. 22 Thanks to their 4-0 win over Southampton, and City's loss, Liverpool are 22... - Read more at here