Full score details of all the fixtures of Sri Lankan Super League 2021 are as follows along with all the goal scorers. Game 1 - Colombo FC 4-0 New Youngs FC Goals - Chamod Dilshan 15' & 86' Zarwan Johar 53' (P), Momas Yapo 80') Game 2 - Blue Star SC 2-4 Red Star FC Goals - Red Star FC - M. Rahman 3' (P), 36' (P), 75', I. Abumere 10' Blue Star - A. Jerry 41', Senal Sandesh 56' Red Card - Lahiru Tharaka 37' (Double Yellow), Tharindu Eranga 77' (Double Yellow) Game 3 - Renown SC 0-0 Defenders FC Yellow CardsRenown SC - M. Rizni 48'Defenders FC - Dang Stephane 36' Game 4 - Blue Eagles SC 0-1 Sea Hawks FC Goals - Sea Hawks FC - M. Hasmeer
Arsenal Aug 25: Arsenal 4-1 MK Dons - Highlights Aug 29: Arsenal 1-1 (5-4) Liverpool - Community Shield Aston Villa TBC. Brighton TBC. Burnley TBC. Chelsea Aug 29: Brighton & Hove Albion 1 - 1 Chelsea Crystal Palace Aug 25: Crystal Palace 2-1 Oxford United - Highlights Aug 29: Crystal Palace 3-0 Charlton Athletic Sep 1: Millwall vs Crystal Palace (7.30pm, The Den) Sep 5: Crystal Palace vs Brondby IF (8.30pm, Selhurst Park) Everton Aug 22: Blackpool 3-3 Everton - Highlights Sep 1: Blackburn vs Everton (11.30pm, Ewood Park) Fulham TBC. Leeds TBC. Leicester TBC. Liverpool Aug 22: Stuttgart 0-3 Liverpool - Highlights Aug 25: Salzburg 2-2 Liverpool - Highlights Aug 29: Arsenal 1-1 (5-4) Liverpool - Community Shield Manchester City TBC. Manchester United TBC. Newcastle Aug 25: Newcastle 3-0 Crewe - Highlights Aug 29: Newcastle 2-1 Barnsley Sep 1: Newcastle vs Middlesbrough (6.30pm, Rockliffe Park) Sheffield United TBC. Southampton TBC. Tottenham Aug 22: Tottenham 3-0 Ipswich Town - Highlights Aug 28: Tottenham 4-1
Nepal had taken the lead in 36th minute. Ananta Tamang was fouled inside the box, resulted in a spot kick for Nepal. Skipper Shrestha made no mistake from spot. Sri Lanka scored the leveling goal in 90+1 minute, thanks to a thunder strike by Jude Suman. Bhutan vs Maldives and Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh will be played tomorrow.
Goalkeepers Ederson (£6.0) - With the injury of Alisson if you're looking for a goalkeeper of the same caliber Ederson is your go-to goalkeeper Mathew Ryan (£4.5) - He had an outstanding game at Watford, providing nine points. He now has two home games coming up. Nick Pope (£4.5) - He did well last week but now has a difficult away trip to Arsenal Tim Krul (£4.5) - Very interesting option at home against his former side Newcastle United. Defenders Lewis Dunk (£4.5) - picked up 11 points on game week one and has back-to-back home games coming up Ainsley Maitland-Niles (£5.0) - He looked good going forward last week and provided the assist for the winning goal. Next up home game against Burnley. Lucas Digne (£6.0)
Manchester United beat Chelsea 4-0. Here’s how the Sri Lankan social media fans reacted during the match. It was the opening game of the season and both sets of fans were looking forward to it with wishful thinking. Few years back #MUNCHE was the top game of the season. Now both are fighting to get back into top 4. What a game to have as your first one of the season. #MUFC— Sameera (@sameera79) August 11, 2019 So who are the favorites before the game? On paper #MUFC has the better defense while #CHE has the better midfield. Devils has the better forward line mainly because of the Chelsea striker is an unknown quantity. #MUNCHE— Sameera (@sameera79) August 11, 2019
Group A Brazil and Peru are currently atop Group A with four points apiece and will meet in the final group game. Meanwhile, Venezuela are third on two points while Bolivia are dead-last with no points. The formula is simple for both Brazil and Peru: whoever wins in their match-up tops the group. In the event of a draw, Brazil will win the group due to a superior goal difference (+3 to +2). And if one team loses, there’s still a good chance they still finish as one of the top-two third-placed teams with four points already in the bag. Meanwhile, Venezuela — the current top third-placed team — would finish second if they beat Bolivia and either Peru or Brazil win. And if they beat
Paris Saint-Germain lost a domestic cup game for the first time in five years when they went down 2-1 to top-flight's bottom side Guingamp in the Coupe de la Ligue on Wednesday night. Neymar netted for PSG in the 63rd minute, who have won the trophy in the last five seasons. Having missed one earlier, Marcus Thuram - son of France legend Lilian - scored an injury-time penalty, adding to Yeni N'Gbakoto's 83rd minute spot-kick for a 2-1 comeback win. Neymar, Edinson Cavani and Marco Veratti were all booked in the dying seconds as the PSG players protested at not being awarded their own penalty when Veratti went down in the box. Guingamp's win was the shock result of