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Irrer protest and curious violation at Everton

Frank Lampard to Everton? CONFLICTING opinions on what could be ‘a gamble’ | ESPN FC
Teum Manager Frank Lampard has paid the Premier League victory of his FC Everton expensive. “I broke my hand while cheering,” said the 43-year-old after the 1-0 Last Minute victory against Newcastle United: “It’s a bit of sore and a bit shaky, but I do not care.” Lampard has apparently accessed the injury when celebrating Alex Iwobis Late Triumph (90. + 9) despite the undernoon. Previously, it had already come to a curious game interruption in the game. A viewer had tied up with a cable tie around the neck at the doorpost and had to be “freed” from several folders with a bolt cutter before he could be worn by the field. The young man carried an orange T-shirt with the inscription “Just Stop Oil”, a campaign group that is committed to stop the exploration of fossil fuels in the UK. After a ten-minute interruption, the catch-up game was then continued.

Premier League | Kai Hanctz shoots Chelsea for the last minute

Kai Havertz has brought a home win to the Turbulenzen FC Chelsea with a late gateway in the Premier League. The German football international met in the 89th minute to the hard-working 1: 0 (0: 0) against Newcastle United.

KING KAI HAVERTZ SAVES THE DAY WITH LAST MINUTE WINNER! | Chelsea 1-0 Newcastle
The Champions League winner and Clubweltmaster supervised by the German coach Thomas Tuchel remains third in the English football championship, ten points behind leader Manchester City, which plays only on this Monday, and seven behind the table-second FC Liverpool.

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is affected by sanctions of the British government, which also affect the club. It is possible that power carriers like Antonio Rüdiger will be at the end of the season. Tuchel set inner-defending rüdiger as well as the initial formation as the German national team colleagues Hvertz and Timo Werner.

An attacker Werner had to place after a good hour for the Belgian goalkeeper Romelu Lukaku. The hit then succeeded HAVERTZ, who had almost achieved the 2-0 in the detention time. For the Newcastle, which was once deeds deep in the relegation battle, it was the first defeat this year in the league.

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