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Tottenham misplaced 3 times to Leeds and got here to victory, Darvin Nunez burst out

Tottenham and Leeds played an extremely exciting match in London, and in the end the home team won 4:3.

Antonio Conte’s team lost three times in the match, but thanks to Rodrigo Betancourt’s goals at the end, they achieved a complete turnaround and three new points.

Leeds took the lead through Summerville in the 10th minute, only for Harry Kane to equalize in the 25th. The captain of the English national team played his 350th match in his club career, and celebrated the big anniversary with his 12th goal of the season.

Jesse Marsh’s team led 2:1 before the break, and Rodrigo was the scorer.

Ben Davies brought a new equalizer to Tottenham, and Rodrigo gave Leeds the lead for the third time with his second goal of the match, this time in the 76th minute.

Tottenham’s furious finish followed, so Rodrigo Betancourt scored two goals in just three minutes, 81st and 83rd, and brought victory to his team.

The team from London took the third place in the Premier League standings from Newcastle, the “magpies” will play against Chelsea a little later.

Liverpool did not struggle against Southampton, and all the goals this afternoon at “Anfield” were seen in the first half.

Bobby Firmino will not play for Brazil at the World Cup, but he gave the Reds the lead in the sixth minute of the game.

Just three minutes later, Che Adams equalized, and then Darwin Nunez came on the scene – the Liverpool striker shook the net of the “Saints” in the 21st and 42nd minutes and thus set the final result of the game.

Bournemouth was convincing against Everton at their “Vitality”, and the scorers for the “cherries” were Tavernier, Moore and Anthony.

In London, Leicester was better than West Ham with goals from Maddison and Barnes, while Nottingham registered its third triumph of the season, beating Crystal Palace with a goal from Gibbs-White in the 54th minute of stoppage time.

Premier League, round of 16:

Saturday:

Manchester City – Burntford 1:2 (1:1)
Bournemouth – Everton 3:0 (2:0)
Liverpool – Southampton 3:1 (3:1)
Nottingham Forest – Crystal Palace 1:0 (0:0)
Tottenham – Leeds 4:3 (1:2)
West Ham – Leicester 0:2 (0:1)

18.30 Newcastle – Chelsea
20.45 Wolves – Arsenal

Sunday:

15.00 Brighton – Aston Villa
17.30 Fulham – Manchester United

Table:

1. Arsenal 34
2. Manchester City 32
3. Tottenham 29
4. Newcastle 27
5. Manchester United 23
6. Liverpool 22
7. Brighton 21
8. Chelsea 21
9. Fulham 19
10. Crystal Palace 19
11. Brentford 19
12. Leicester 17
13. Bournemouth 16
14. Leeds 15
15. Aston Villa 15
16. West Ham 14
17. Everton 14
18. Nottingham Forest 13
19. Southampton 12
20. Wolves 10

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