There were no targets to report on in the first Premier League match after coronapausen. And yet.
With a few minutes left in the first half of the oprykkerduellen between Aston Villa and Sheffield United fumbled the Villa-goalkeeper Örjan Nyland the ball in his own net after a free kick.
the Ball was clearly over the line, but mållinjeteknologien seemed apparently not. In each case, the goal was never awarded to Sheffield United, much to the frustration of the visiting crew.
Both before and during the match, there was support from Premier League players to the movement Black Lives Matter.
the Players knelt before the fight and played with the words 'Black Lives Matter' on the back.
the Premier League has kept more than three-month break due to coronapandemien, but under strict guidelines, has the league been given the green light to restart.
the Guidelines imply, among other things, that there shall be no more than 300 people gathered for the fighting in the stadium. No fans are welcome at the present time.
the Match between Aston Villa and Sheffield United was designated as the first, but as the match ended 0-0, they have English football fans is still the first goal to the good after the break.
the Result means Sheffield United after 29 rounds with 44 points in sixth place. There is a point for Manchester United in fifth place and four up to Chelsea in fourth place, which gives access to the Champions League.
Aston Villa, who, like Sheffield United are promoted from the Championship, struggling in the bottom to avoid relegation. The traditional club from Birmingham have a point, up to Watford and West ham on the right side of the relegation zone.
Later Wednesday to meet Manchester City and Arsenal, and then there is otherwise laid up for six weeks with lots of football from the best English ranks.Premier League - 17. jun. 2020 - pm. 13:31 Can be masters - on the rivals car park!
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