Matchweek 11 came to a wrap with two(2) Sunday fixtures.

Leicester maintained a close chase behind second place City in the first fixture while tragedy strikes in Goddison Park as Gomze had a career threatening injury.

Crystal Palace 0 - 2 Leicester City Selhurst Park.

Söyüncü (57'), Vardy (88') assist Gray

Referee: Paul Tierney (England)

Spectators: 25,480

Match Statistics


44% - 56%


12 - 14

Shots on Target

3 - 5


5 - 6


15 - 16


2 - 1

Yellow Cards

2 - 2

Man of the match

James Maddison (Leicester)

Two second half goals from Söyüncü and 32 year old English striker was all Leicester City need to move to the third position on the EPL table ahead of Chelsea on goals difference.

Vardy has now taken his league goals tally to 10.

Crystal Palace hope of moving up the table was cut short as they lost two consecutive home games.

They now remain at the 9th place with 15 points (W4,D3,L4) two points about Manchester United.

Everton 1 - 1 Tottenham, Goodison Park.

Cenk Tosun (90'+7) assist Lucas Digne - Dele Alli (63') assist Son Heung-Min.

Referee : Martin Atkinson (England)

Match Statistics


48% - 52%


7 - 4

Shots on Target

3 - 2


5 - 2


9 - 8

Yellow Cards

1 - 2

Red Cards

0 - 1

Man of the Match

Dele Alli (Tottenham)

Matchweek 11 ended in a tragedy as Gomes horrific ankle injury took over the media as many fans broke down in tears as thousands of well wishes flown into the club's social handles.

The host were able to rescue a consolation point from Tosun's 90'+7 header before the final whistle, after Dele Alli gave the visitors the lead at the 63 minute with a right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner.

Tottenham's goal assistant Son Heung-Min was given a matching order after his tackle resulted in Gomes career threatening injury.

Tottenham poor run continues as they now remain win-less in their last 12 away fixtures (D3,L8).

Tottenham is now at the 11th position with 13 below Manchester United and ahead of Wolves will 1 goal different while Everton on the end is open place above the relegation water.

I join millions of football (soccer) fans around the world to wish Gomes a speedy recovery.

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