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Summary of last night’s football results with match highlights. Week 30, English Premier League, season 2023/24

English Premier League battle   Last night, there were 8 matches played, with big teams like Chelsea meeting at home with Burnley, who are escaping relegation, and Tottenham Hotspur , who welcomed Lou’s visit. Tan Town and a late match like Manchester United  , who have a queue to visit Brentford,

while other pairs include Newcastle vs. West Ham, Bournemouth vs. F. Everton, Nottingham Forest vs Crystal Palace, Sheffield United vs Fulham and Aston Villa vs Wolverhampton.

Summary of last night's football results, Premier League

Summary of Premier League football results last night, March 30, 2024.

Newcastle 4-3 West Ham

(Isak 6, 77 Barnes 83, 90 / Antonio 21 Kudus 45+10 Bowen 48)

At St. James Park, it was the home team who took the lead quickly in the 6th minute from Alexander Isak’s penalty, then the visiting team scored three goals back in a row from Mikael Antonio in the 21st minute. Med Kudus in the 45th + 10th minute and Jarrod Bowen in the 48th minute. However, the home team still didn’t give up and came back with 3 goals in a row, sometimes from a penalty from Isak in the 77th minute and Harvey Bar. Newcastle scored two goals in the 83rd and 90th minutes. At the end of the game, Anthony Gordon received a second yellow card and was sent off the field. Before the end of the 90th minute, Newcastle won with a thrilling 4-3.

Bournemouth 2-1 Everton

(Solanke 64, Colman [OG] 90+1 / Beto 87)

At the Vitality Stadium, the first goal had to wait until the second half and it was Dominic Solanke who opened the scoring in the 64th minute, then Beto equalized for the visiting team in the 87th minute. Until during injury time, Seamus Coleman scored his own goal in the 90+1 minute, sending Bournemouth to finally overcome.

Chelsea 2-2 Burnley

(Palmer 44, 78 / Cullen 47, O’Shea 81)

The game started at the end of the first half with the visiting team down to 10 when Lawrence Assion received a second yellow card and was sent off the field before Cole Palmer came to score a penalty for the hosts. Taking the lead in the 44th minute at the beginning of the second half, Josh Cullen equalized for the visiting team in the 47th minute before the same old Palmer added a second goal for Chelsea to take the lead again in the 78th minute. After just 3 minutes, Dara O’Shea scored the equalizer as Burnley came back and shared the points in a surprise move.

Nottingham Forest 1-1 Crystal Palace

(Wood 61 / Mateta 11)

In the สมัคร ufabet game at the City Ground, the visiting team took the lead quickly from Phillips Mateta in the 11th minute. After that, they had to wait until the second half for the home team to equalize through Chris Wood in the 61st minute. The rest of the time. They couldn’t do anything more and at the end of 90 minutes they shared points.

Sheffield United 3-3 Fulham

(Diaz 58, 70 McBurney 68 / Palinha 62 Bobby Reed 86 Muniz 90+3)

At Bramall Lane, all six goals came in the second half, with the hosts taking the lead through Ben Brereton Diaz in the 58th minute, then Joao Palinha scoring for the visitors to equalize at 1-1. 62 minutes before the home team came to score two goals in a row from Oliver McBurney in the 68th minute and the same Diaz in the 70th minute. At the end of the game, Fulham came to shoot back two goals in a row from Bobby Reed. At 86 and Rodrigo Muniz in the 90th + 3rd minute, they equalized, narrowly dividing the points back.

Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 Luton Town

(Cabore [OG] 51 Son 86 / Chong 3)

At the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, the visiting team quickly took the lead through Tahith Chong in the 3rd minute, then waited until the second half for the home team to come back and score two goals in a row. Issa Cabore himself in the 51st minute and at the end of the game, Son Heung-min came to score the winning goal to help the Spurs successfully grab 3 points.

Aston Villa 2-0 Wolverhampton

(Diaby 36 Konsa 65)

In the game at Villa Park, each side opened up the game and exchanged attacks like an even pair. But it was the home team who took the lead first through Moussa Diaby in the 36th minute, before second half Ezri Konsa scored a second goal to close the box in the 65th minute, sending Villa to victory at home in this weekend’s game.

Brentford 1-1 Manchester United

(Ayer 90+9 / Mount 90+6)

At G-Tech Community Stadium, the home team clearly performed better, but only the finishing touches were lacking. In this game, in order to score a goal, you had to wait until injury time in the second half and it was Mason. Mount, who scored for the visiting team in the 90th + 6th minute, before 3 minutes later Christoph Ayer came to score the equalizer for the home team to narrowly share points.