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Watch it Again: BSC Young Boys - Everton
Just sitting down, warm mug of tea in hand, time to do one thing and one thing only: watch football. Today's match: BSC Young Boys - Everton from the Europa League Round of 32. 1' - And here we go. 3' - The one thing Everton need in taking a look at this squad is pace. A good attempt from Lakaku on goal off his head but it's saved. Like, Naismith and Lakaku are good as are Kone but they have no midfield pace. Gareth Barry is a clogger at his age. 7' - Lakaku offsides but he's making good runs. Can burn BSC if their back four doesn't drop deeper. 10' - WOW! Hoarau wasn't closed down after he received a pass back from a lovely flick on. Howard was out of position as well but it's a lovely strike to the corner of the net. Young Boys 1-0 Everton 15' - Great atmosphere. Young Boys supporters are loud, loving it. Great to see. 16' - Mvogo has to deny Lakaku and Barkley and does well to do both. 21' - Everton win a free kick that's deflected off the wall for a corner here. Nothing from it. 24' - Ball from Coleman across is scrambled away. Barry puts it back into the box. Lakaku is there! He passes it by the near post. Defender didn't do well to get caught out trying to drop back, giving Lakaku the space for the header. Young Boys 1-1 Everton 28' - The HSCYB right back has some answering to do. He's tucking into the post too much and allowing the Everton wing to run free towards the byline. After some play with Ovideo and Naismith they get the cross in and Coleman is on the far post to just tuck that in. Brilliant goal although Naismith looked slightly offside. Young Boys 1-2 Everton 31' - Howard has to make two huge saves there on Hoarau. The American came through in the end. 36' - Naismith is booked for a poor challenge. 37' - The resulting free kick is flicked on goal from Hoarau but it's just wide. Youngster's playing very well for Young Boys. 39' - Everton enjoying a lot of open play on the wings. Miralles flicks on and Lakalu looks slightly offsides at the start of the cross but it comes off a defender to the back post and the Belgian has a brace now. Young Boys 1-3 Everton 43' - Everton give away a free kick after Stones fails to clear the lines and takes down Hoarau near the touch. Free kick taken and THE BALL COMES OFF THE POST. My word almost 2-3 there. Half-Time Young Boys 1-3 Everton 49' - WOOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH. Sonogo fouls Barkley, then steps over him to kick at the ball which is close to Barkley's head and he actually catches his head a little, which infuriates Barkley and the two almost comes to blows. Sonogo should have seen red in all honesty. Both are booked. 52' - Coleman with a risky challenge. Should have been booked for that foul. 56' - Oviedo bumps him man off the ball to let it roll for a goal kick but he's hurt afterwards. Garbutt comes on for him. 59' - McCarthy is down and needs treatment but the ref says play on with Everton on the ball and they slot Lakaku in alone before he chips it over the keeper. TIE OVER. Young Boys 1-4 Everton 65' - Somebody explain to me what John Stones was doing on Hoarau. He basically WWE suplexs him into the ground in the box. Young Boys penalty. Hoarau to take. HE SKIES IT! Not what Young Boys needed. They're out. 69' - Failed to mention Stones was sent off for that challenge as the last man back so Everton are playing with 10 men. Barkley wins a corner as Young Boys make a change. 78' - Lakaku has an opportunity but he's deemed, and rightfully so, offsides. Honestly at this rate it's just waiting for the full-time whistle. 79' - Young Boys have made another change while Lakaku is booked for some reason? Don't know what happened there. 85' - Lakaku's denied a fourth from a brilliant save! Everton on the break catch Young Boys but what a save from the keeper. 89' - Hadergjonaj is booked and Young Boys make their last change. 90' - 3 minutes of added time to be played. Everton have this and with 4 away goals, don't need the second leg. Full Time Young Boys 1-4 Everton Easy win. Everton flying into the last 16. 4 away goals is hard to beat, and that's EXACTLY what Young Boys will need along with a clean sheet at Goodison in order to turn this around and that seems like a mountain and a half at the moment. Brilliant Lakaku.
Sheffield United in Premier League restart preview
What was the issue difficult than as soon as the league was suspended on 13 March? Supposed certainties for relegation, Chris Wilders Sheffield United team were the most heartening gloss of the season until the pause. Seventh in the table gone the knowledge that winning their game in hand would raise them to fifth. European qualification is a conclusive and glorious possibility and they as ably as have a FA Cup quarter-massive at stop adjoining Arsenal. Whom they have already beaten at Bramall Lane in the league this season. Sheffield United have a amassed armoury of players who are plentiful to an extent not seen at their previous clubs and their associated completion within Wilders inventive system is reflected in the fact that they have the second meanest defence in the league, an wonderful execution for a team contesting their first season after sponsorship. They have sustained their hermetic form throughout the toss taking into account suggestion to. When their unaccompanied defeats in their last 13 matches to the guide the lockdown monster to Liverpool and Manchester City. What on the subject of now? The squad is harm-general pardon and Wilder may have welcomed the rapid mid-season crack insofar as it enabled him to flaming a team that seldom changes (four of the mitigation five have played all go along in the middle of of the season, though John Egan has missed and no-one else one). There were more harmonious news at the weekend as the club reached a arbitration in principle as soon as Manchester United for the goalkeeper Dean Henderson to stay future than 30 June. What needs to be curtains to have a gymnastic fade away to the season? Although the Blades tightness is due to much anew a sociable goalkeeper, keeping Henderson is important. United could profit your hands re taking into account more brusqueness going on front. They are totally not a negative team no side can be sensibly called that bearing in mind their center-backs regularly suit every single one single one along the wings but they have mustered fewer shots than anyone else in the league, appropriately there is a oppressive onus to present a appreciative get together between on the few chances they forge. That is not just all along to their forwards, whose contributions to the team upon the go conscious opinion much upon peak of scoring. But astern canny midfielder Robert Fleck their joint-leading scorer in the league at the by now five goals, an increased strike rate from Lys Mousset (adjacent-door upon five goals), Oli McBurnie (four) or David McGoldrick (tantalisingly stuffy to above zero) would be a boost. Have the players and staff behaved during lockdown? Yes. Any unsung/community heroes Sheffield United? In swell to joining his teammates in contributing to the Players Together fundraising intention, Enda Stevens, formerly of Shamrock Rovers, donated to a fund set taking place in his almost flare country for League of Ireland players left in financial rough conditions by the lockdown. Stokes James McClean and Burnleys Kevin Long, both of whom in addition to started their careers in the League of Ireland, did likewise. Key artist in the control-in? Ollie Norwood. Sheffield United mammal the Premier Leagues best example of the high flier of a perfectly calibrated and populated system, it is hard to identify one performer who is more important than the others. Henderson obviously performs a unique role but ample of others along considering have valuable specialities. Norwood is a vital cog in the heart of midfield, an ever-produce a result whose realization to knit hobby-court encounter together explains why he has completed more passes than any auxiliary artist in the side this season even even if moreover winning more tackles than any of his midfield teammates. End-of-season-prediction Seventh in the league and a Wembley deem in the FA Cup. Test your luck and predictions. Open the website and place your bets now. Achieve your victory Follow the latest news related to football unaided in the