Football - ANG - Tottenham beat Watford and are only at the top of the English Championship

Football – ANG – Tottenham beat Watford and are only at the top of the English Championship

With Harry Kane titled for the first time this season in the English Premier League, Tottenham beat Watford by Moussa Sissoko (1-0) and only occupies the top of the Premier League after three wins in the same number of matches. Stade Rennais was warned for entry into the Europa Conference, on September 16 in Roazhon Park. It will be very difficult to move his opponent, Tottenham. Sunday isn’t great against rising Watford, but Tottenham have had a third success in as many matches in the Premier League, the only team to have made such a perfect start, and only logically alone are also at the top, two points behind West Ham and Chelsea, Liverpool and Everton. Read also Results and programs for the third day of the English Language Championship It wasn’t Kane, for his return to the starting line-up, who found the solution, but his best partner, son, happy with an untouched out-of-middle free kick that finished his race in the small nets (42). Kane, who gave up his desire to start this week, could have exacerbated the result at the end of the match on a double occasion (84). Also served by Alli who narrowly missed the frame (68th place). A tribute to Moussa Sissoko, Spurs found Moussa Sissoko, moved to Watford on Friday. The fans at Tottenham Hotspur gave the France international a standing ovation when he was substituted (Cleverly, 71). Not called up by Didier Deschamps for the Blues’ upcoming matches, he was the source of the Hornets’ best chance, stumbling on the right side followed by a central behind former Reines Ismael Sarr (54th place). Chris Wood (Burnley) scores 30,000 Premier League goals, another Premier League game played at 3pm on Sunday between Burnley, the new team, former OL Maxwel Cornet, and Marcelo Bielsa Leeds, n’ was not a winner (1 ) 1) But it gave to see the 30,000th goal scored in the Premier League, created in 1992, by the work of Chris Wood, the New Zealand striker from Burnley.

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