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Margot Robbie adored Martinelli: ‘I love to see him’

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Famous actress Margot Robbie is a football fan and enjoys watching Arsenal’s Brazilian striker Gabriel Martinelli.

Margot Robbie appears to watch a lot of football and the Premier League. The Australian actress idolized Arsenal’s Gabriel Martinel in an interview, whom she believes is one of the best strikers in the English league and deserves to be top of the year.


I adore to see Martinelli. I think he’s one of the best strikers in the Premier League and deserves to be at the top of the year. His movement is just amazing“, said the Australian actress, among other things, in an interview.


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Chelsea 0-2 Aston Villa: triumph in London and deep in Europe

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Aston Villa celebrated a huge triumph in London, beating Chelsea 2-0 at Stamford Bridge and edging them out in the battle for Europe.

THE AstonVilla has overwhelmed me 2-0 from Chelsea at “Stamford Bridge”, left them behind in the Premier League table after 29 games and continue to hunt for a European ticket for the new season.

The “Blues” missed many chances and paid for them after the guests had “hit” on the counterattack. Ollie Walkins opened the scoring in the 18th minute after a mistake by Mark Koukoureya and in the 2nd half John McGinn made it 2-0.

Unai Emery’s side have won their fifth consecutive away game, overtaken the Blues, with whom they were level, to move within a point of Liverpool in eighth place and now have Europe firmly in their sights.

The results of the 29th game day

  • Manchester City – Liverpool 4-1 (27′ Alvarez, 46′ De Bruyne, 53′ Guidogan, 74′ Grealish / 17′ Salah)
  • Arsenal – Leeds 4-1 (35th Penalty, 55th Jesus, 47th White, 84th Xhaka / 76th Christensen)
  • Bournemouth Fulham 2-1 (50′ Tavernier, 79′ Solanke / 16′ Pereira)
  • Brighton Brentford 3-3 (21′ Mitoma, 28′ Welbeck, 90′ Pen. McAllister / 10′ Jansson, 22′ Toney, 49′ Pinnock)
  • Crystal Palace – Leicester 2-1 (59′ Auto. Iversen, 90+4′ Mateta / 56′ Pereira)
  • Nottingham – Wolves 1-1 (38′ Johnson / 83′ Pontense)
  • Chelsea – Aston Villa 0-2 (18′ Watkins, 56′ McGinn)
  • 02/04 16:00 Westham-Southampton
  • 02/04 18:30 Newcastle-Manchester United
  • 03/04 22:00 Everton-Tottenham

The program of the 30th game day

  • 08/04 14:30 Manchester United – Everton
  • 08/04 17:00 Aston Villa – Nottingham
  • 08/04 17:00 Brentford Newcastle
  • 08/04 17:00 Fulham – West Ham
  • 08/04 17:00 Wolves – Chelsea
  • 08/04 17:00 Tottenham – Brighton
  • 08/04 17:00 Leicester Bournemouth
  • 08/04 19:30 Manchester City – Southampton
  • 08/04 16:00 Leeds – Crystal Palace
  • 09/04 18:30 Liverpool – Arsenal

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Premier League: Arsenal advance, Pontense stop Nottingham

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Arsenal also destroyed Leeds, responding to Manchester City and keeping the gap between the two teams at seven points. Daniel Pontense’s goal denied Nottingham a win against Wolves.

Manchester City threw the ball at Arsenal and they responded the same. The 4-1 Premier League leaders against Leeds in London kept the gap between the two sides at seven points after 29 games, albeit with a game in hand.

The game was fairly lackluster for about half an hour as neither team found room to create. After the first good moment of the game, the guests scored the first goal with a penalty, which was won and executed by Gabriel Jesus in the 35th minute.

After the 1:0 the tide turned and at the beginning of the 2nd half Ben White scored the 2:0 from close range. Shortly after, Jesus doubled his tally and despite Rasmus Christensen’s equaliser, Arsenal never felt threatened, captain Granit Xhaka making it 4-1.

Nottingham played with fire and it paid off in the end as Wolves drew 1-1 at “City Ground” and kept the gap between the two teams fighting for relegation to one point. The hosts took the lead in the first half with their first-choice scorer Brennan Johnson, but conceded the ball to the wolves from the start, which didn’t turn out to be right. Several finals by either side were unsuccessful until Daniel Pontense, first substitute Julen Lopetegui, equalized to make it 1-1 in the 83rd minute.

The results of the 29th game day

  • Manchester City – Liverpool 4-1 (27′ Alvarez, 46′ De Bruyne, 53′ Guidogan, 74′ Grealish / 17′ Salah)
  • Arsenal – Leeds 4-1 (35th Penalty, 55th Jesus, 47th White, 84th Xhaka / 76th Christensen)
  • Bournemouth Fulham 2-1 (50′ Tavernier, 79′ Solanke / 16′ Pereira)
  • Brighton Brentford 3-3 (21′ Mitoma, 28′ Welbeck, 90′ Pen. McAllister / 10′ Jansson, 22′ Toney, 49′ Pinnock)
  • Crystal Palace – Leicester 2-1 (59′ Auto. Iversen, 90+4′ Mateta / 56′ Pereira)
  • Nottingham – Wolves 1-1 (38′ Johnson / 83′ Pontense)
  • 01/04 19:30 Chelsea – Aston Villa
  • 02/04 16:00 Westham-Southampton
  • 02/04 18:30 Newcastle-Manchester United
  • 03/04 22:00 Everton-Tottenham

The program of the 30th game day

  • 08/04 14:30 Manchester United – Everton
  • 08/04 17:00 Aston Villa – Nottingham
  • 08/04 17:00 Brentford Newcastle
  • 08/04 17:00 Fulham – West Ham
  • 08/04 17:00 Wolves – Chelsea
  • 08/04 17:00 Tottenham – Brighton
  • 08/04 17:00 Leicester Bournemouth
  • 08/04 19:30 Manchester City – Southampton
  • 08/04 16:00 Leeds – Crystal Palace
  • 09/04 18:30 Liverpool – Arsenal

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Guardiola on the furious celebration before Cimika: “Ask him if I’m disrespectful”

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Pep Guardiola’s celebration in front of Kostas Cimika for Julián Alvarez’s equalizer was perceived as provocative, with the Catalan coach declaring he wasn’t doing it on purpose, he was just celebrating the equaliser.

The snap posted to social media showing him has caused chaos pep Guardiola to celebrate Julián Alvarez’s goal which City equalized in the 1-1 draw with Liverpool.


The reason it went viral is that the Catalan manager celebrated furiously in front of Reds’ substitutes Kostas Tsimika and Artur Melo, even shaking hands with the latter.

Guardiola with Cimika after the 1-1 draw at City - Liverpool

Guardiola’s behavior was perceived by many as provocative and disrespectful, with him commenting on the incident after the game.

Guardiola with Cimika after the 1-1 draw at City - Liverpool

“I was happy and said: ‘How nice was our goal?’. That’s all. Of course it was humor. Come on. I’m sorry. I’m talking to Chimika. You say it’s disrespectful. Ask him if I’m being disrespectful.

Guardiola celebrated the 1-1 in front of the Liverpool FC players


I celebrate a goal. I usually celebrate with my son on the pitch. I come here and I say, “The gate was nice, wasn’t it?”.

That’s all. I’m sorry. Do you think it was disrespectful? I’m sorry. I’m sorry.”


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