Paul Heckingbottom and Neil Lennon slam actions Hibs-Celtic bottle yobs

Paul Heckingbottom and Neil Lennon slam actions Hibs-Celtic bottle yobs

Paul Heckingbottom and Neil Lennon slam actions Hibs-Celtic bottle yobs

"Some of the Liverpool fans have been waiting for that Premier League medal".

"Most of the time with set-pieces I'm always marked by the opponent's best header".

March 2 (Reuters) - As Manchester City returned to the top of the Premier League with a battling 1-0 win at Bournemouth on Saturday, the real drama came at Wembley where Tottenham Hotspur's 1-1 draw with Arsenal included two dubious penalties, one of which was saved, and a late sending-off. "We know he can break the lines and it was an outstanding first goal and then you've got Brown, who just keeps going, keeps going, scores another cracker".

City secured the first piece of silverware in the English season last week with a penalty shootout win over Chelsea at Wembley.

There were also wins for Crystal Palace, Brighton & Hove Albion and Wolves against Burnley, Huddersfield Town and Cardiff City respectively.

Hibs boss Paul Heckingbottom added: "No one wants to see things like that, so wherever it's come from, whoever has thrown it, we need to find them". Southampton, on the other hand, have to travel to Manchester to face a United team who are right in the middle of the Champions League race at the top of the table. That will be a tough ask against the champions of course, but they are unbeaten at home in the league in their last five matches at the Vitality - winning three.

"We talk about VAR on the pitch but we probably should be getting VAR in the stands to make sure we can root this out". Romanian striker Florin Andone headed the victor close to the end as Chris Hughton's side, who had taken just two points in 2019, finally halted their slide down the table.

Aubameyang, who is now in third position on the Premier League highest goal scorer chart with 16 goals, stated this ahead of Arsenal's Premier League clash with Tottenham on Saturday afternoon.

League leader Norwich travel to Millwall who are now in a big fight to stay up.

'I just don't understand it, ' said the 58-year-old. Sitting in 20 place they are just four points clear of relegation. "So I look at him because I know he's a good striker and he scores goals".

It's a big weekend in England and there are plenty of games to pay attention too, so sit back, relax and watch as much soccer as you can this weekend.

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