Chelsea beat Crystal Palace 2:1 in the 9th round of the Premier League with a goal by Connor Gallagher in the 90th minute and achieved their second consecutive victory. The host was brought down by their player, Conor Gallagher, who joined Chelsea from Palace this summer.
In the 90th minute, Gallagher made a great shot from 20 meters and scored under the crossbar for a 2:1 win for the club that plays in Group E of the Champions League with Dinamo. Crystal Palace led from the seventh minute, when the scorer was Edouard, while in the 38th, Aubameyang scored his first goal in a Chelsea shirt.
Croatian footballer Mateo Kovačić played all 90 minutes for Chelsea. Already in the 8th minute, Chalobah left his teammates from Fulham at the mercy of Newcastle, and the guests made good use of it all and won the 9th round with 4:1.
Already in the 11th minute, Newcastle charged a player more and Wilson scored for 1:0, and then two goals were scored by Almiron and one by Longstaff for 4:0. At the very end, only De Cordova Ried scored an honorary goal for Fulham, who recorded their first home defeat of the season, while Newcastle won their first away game.
Everton also celebrated with a 2:1 win at Southampton, in a test where all the goals were scored in the second half. Aribo scored in the 49th minute for the hosts to make it 1:0, but Everton turned everything around in just a hundred seconds.
First, Coady equalized in the 52nd, and then McNeil scored for the final 2:1 Everton. Manchester City-Manchester United and Leeds-Aston Villa will be played on Sunday, while the round ends on Monday with Leicester and Nottingham Forest.
Premier League, 9th round: Bournemouth - Brentford 0:0 Crystal Palace - Chelsea 1:2 (Edouard 7 / Aubameyang 38, Gallagher 90) Fulham - Newcastle 1:4 (De Cordova Ried 88 / Wilson 11, Almiron 33, 57, Longstaff 43) Liverpool - Brighton 3:3 (Firmino 33, 54, Webster 63-ag / Trossard 4, 17, 83) Southampton - Everton 1:2 (Aribo 49 / Coady 52, McNeil 54) Arsenal - Tottenham 3:1 (Partey 20, Gabriel Jesus 49, Xhaka 67/ Kane 31-11m) West Ham - Wolverhampton (18:30)