Premier League Table After Tuesday Night Matches As Man Utd Move Within One Point Of Top 4

Last night in the Premier League, Chelsea hosted Bournemouth while Manchester United hosted Nottingham Forest.

Chelsea 2-0 Bournemouth

According to Graham Potter, he would only concentrate on Chelsea’s 2-0 win against Bournemouth in Tuesday’s Premier League game.



Chelsea entered the match nine points behind fourth-place Tottenham Hotspur as a result of their three most recent Premier League defeats. However, the Blues were able to handily defeat the Cherries and secure their first victory over them in four attempts thanks to a number of players making their injury-related comebacks.

Kai Havertz’s touchdown on a Raheem Sterling pass gave Chelsea the lead, and Mason Mount’s stunning 20-yard strike increased the lead in the 24th minute. The only negative of the evening was Reece James’ second injury, which happened as he was playing for the first time since suffering a knee injury in October. James was removed from the field soon after the game resumed because he seemed agitated while receiving treatment, but he was able to leave the field by himself and make his way down the tunnel.

Manchester United 3-0 Nottinhagm Forest

Goals from Rashford, Martial, and Fred meant United ran out clear winners against Forest at Old Trafford last night. Rashford swept home a first-time effort from a corner before he set up Martial to double United’s lead before the break. Forest threatened and may agree that Boly’s first goal was disallowed for offside after a VAR check, but Fred’s finish and United’s third, three minutes from time, secured a deserved three points for United, who move just one point off the top four.





The Final PL Table After Tuesday Night Matches




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