The Swedish defender could have done better for all three of Palaces goals (Picture: Getty)
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer refused to criticise Victor Lindelof after Manchester Uniteds 3-1 defeat to Crystal Palace despite the defender being at fault for all three goals they conceded.
The Red Devils made a disappointing start to the season and were behind after just seven minutes at Old Trafford on Saturday, with Jeffrey Schlupp racing in behind the ragged backline and squaring for Andros Townsend.
Kane and Son turn the screw on dominating effective top 10k ownership – Fantasy Football Scout
How the top 10k FPL managers set their teams up for Gameweek 7
Harry Kane (£10.9m) continues to turn the screw on his effective ownership among the top 10,000 Fantasy Premier League managers.
Following what looked like a close-call in the Gameweek 7 captaincy debate, the latest statistics from the top-level managers told a completely different story.
Mohamed Salah (£12.4m) was the winner of the latest Fantasy Football Scout captain poll for the second week in a row, his 28.9% share of the vote just 4.1 percentage points ahead of Kane’s backing.
Wolves blow away Crystal Palace in first-half display as Rayan Ait-Nouri delivers on debut – The Independent
Wolves 2-0 Crystal Palace: The 19-year-old French wing-back scored on his Premier League debut before Daniel Podence added a second to take the game away from the…
It has been a while since Wolves put on a first-half performance like this one, and Nuno Espirito Santo knows it. The offending statistic put to him this week was that they had not mustered a first-half goal since the seasons opening day, and on this perhaps evidence he took it to heart. Wolves blew away an in-form Crystal Palace within half an hour with goals from the lively Daniel Podence and the assured teenage debutant Rayan Ait-Nouri, and in doing so looked something like their old selves.
Carlo Ancelotti makes Everton’s Moise Kean loan stance clear – Liverpool Echo
Everton striker Moise Kean has scored four times in four games for PSG since moving on loan at the beginning of October
Carlo Ancelotti insists Moise Kean will be “back next season” to rejoin the Everton squad after his loan with Paris Saint Germain finishes.
The 20-year-old striker will spend the campaign with the French club and has made an impressive start, after scoring four times in as many games since joining PSG earlier this month.
Everton would not agree to the inclusion of an option to buy, in the terms of Kean’s loan, and Ancelotti has confirmed he will return to the club in July because “this is what the…
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