City beat Everton, protests in the Premier League over the war in Ukraine

The Manchester City football players won tonight at the visiting field of Everton with 1: 0, in the game of the 27th round of the Premier League, and regained a six-point advantage over the first runner-up in the table.
The only goal was scored by Phil Foden in the 82nd minute.

City now has 21 victories and is first on the table with 66 points, six more and a game more than second-placed Liverpool.

Everton suffered the 14th defeat, takes the 17th place with 22 points and is one point away from the relegation zone.

On the eve of today’s Premier League matches, with the permission of the competition management, messages were expressed against the war in Ukraine.

Only three Ukrainian football players are playing in the Premier League, and two were in the center of attention at Goodison today. Manchester City player Oleksandr Zinchenko and Vitaly Mikolenko from Everton greeted each other and hugged each other with tears during the warm-up in the center of the field, after which they were greeted with applause by the fans from the stands.

The players of Manchester United and Watford stood together behind the flag with the message “peace” written in six languages.

The idea was proposed by United coach Ralph Rangnik, who wore a badge with the inscription “No War”.

The slogan “We stand by Ukraine” was highlighted at the match between Crystal Palace and Burnley.

By Editor

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