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Posté le: Mer 7 Mar - 07:13 (2018) Sujet du message: Preston 2-1 Bristol City: North End close on play-offs
sb0bet Sean Maguire came off the bench to secure victory for Preston for the second game in a row as they moved to within one point of the Sky Bet Championship play-offs by beating Bristol City 2-1 at Deepdale.
Maguire struck twice against Bolton on Saturday and scored within five minutes of coming on to move the Lilywhites level on points with City, who had Aden Flint sent off late on and have now lost five successive league games against Preston.
Alan Browne had given the hosts the half-time lead before Famara Diedhiou levelled up for the Robins.
It was Preston's keeper Declan Rudd who was called into action seven minutes in as he dropped to his left to hold Hordur Magnusson's powerful strike from the left edge of the area.
Alex Neil's side were ahead after 20 minutes thanks to a stunning finish from Browne. City goalkeeper Frank Fielding rushed from his goal but Magnusson cleared the ball ahead of him straight to Browne, who lofted a delightful chip from 20 yards into the far corner.
Lee Johnson has never beaten Preston in the league but his side started the second half brightly in pursuit of an equaliser. Darnell Fisher produced a superb defensive clearance to prevent Jamie Paterson's cross finding Bobby Reid for a tap-in less than a minute after the restart. sb0bet
If Fielding was feeling culpable for his part in Preston's opener, he went some way to making amends with a stunning save after 54 minutes, acrobatically tipping Greg Cunningham's flicked header from six yards round the post.
And City were level on 67 minutes through Diedhiou, who beat his man at the near post to head Reid's cross past Rudd from eight yards.
Parity lasted for just two minutes. Maguire, whose weekend brace came on his first appearance since November, had only been on the pitch for a short while when he grabbed the winner.
The Irishman was slipped through by Daniel Johnson and turned past Korey Smith before slotting beyond Fielding.
The visitors had two great chances to equalise after 77 minutes, first with Paterson bursting forward but hitting the side-netting before Rudd produced a point-blank stop to deny Reid.
City defender Flint was then shown a straight red in added time after appearing to strike Cunningham off the ball as Neil's troops claimed a vital three-point haul in their quest for a top-six finish. sb0bet
Posté le: Ven 11 Mai - 09:14 (2018) Sujet du message: Ryan Bertrand says Southampton's relegation threat was wake-
Ryan Bertrand says Southampton's relegation threat was wake-up call
sbobet asianJamie Redknapp admits Manchester United's style of play leaves him cold - and says their big-name players are not working in Jose Mourinho's system. United made sure of second place in the Premier League with a point at West Ham but they produced another uninspiring attacking display as they toiled in the London Stadium stalemate. Redknapp was left unimpressed by a display low on "fluidity and joy" and declared them a "long way off" rivals and champions Manchester City.
Speaking from the Sky Sports studio after the stalemate, Redknapp said: "You'd normally say finishing second and reaching the FA Cup final, would be great but when you look at the money they've spent in the last few years and watch how they play... "United fans have been blessed watching some great sides but it's hard to watch this United side. There's not a lot of joy in their play. I still think (Jose's) searching for something when you look at the teams and systems. "The big-name players have not really worked for Jose. Whether they'd work for another manager, I don't know, but they're not working for Jose. He's questioned the mentality of his team often. sbobet asian
"I think they're a long, long way off from competing with Manchester City, if I'm honest. It feels like when Jose went to Real Madrid and had to find a different way to compete with Barcelona and disrupt them. "At the moment, when I look at United, I don't enjoy watching them. There's not much fluidity, not much enjoyment. It's difficult to watch." Teddy Sheringham won three Premier League titles and the Champions League with Manchester United and echoed Redknapp as he compared Mourinho's "strategic" style with the self-assuredness of the side masterminded by Sir Alex Ferguson.
"It's more silverware under Jose Mourinho - that's what they brought him in for - but I don't think anyone can be that impressed with the way they've gone about it, especially again tonight," Sheringham - who also spent three seasons at West Ham - said. "It's the point they wanted but it's not really what you expect from Man Utd, going forward and forcing the issue. "There's an FA Cup final between Manchester United and Chelsea to come but while you'd always expect humdinger between those sides, you know Jose is going to try and win the game in a strategic manner, not in the way Sir Alex would have approached it, saying: 'Show them what you can do, put them under pressure and they'll crack with our intense football'. "It's not like that with Jose. You're breaking down teams and it's not easy on the eye." sbobet asian