Sunday football round up


Sunday football round up as Bale, Ronaldo, Messi and Griezmann were all scored for their respective teams

Premier league
Newcastle 0:2 Arsenal

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored on his first start since recovering from malaria as Arsenal prepared for their Europa League showdown against Villarreal with a confidence-boosting win away to Newcastle at St James’ Park.

Mohamed Elneny scored his first Premier League goal for the Gunners, before Aubameyang – on his first start since 3 April – secured the points in the second half.

Manchester United:Liverpool postponed

The match was postponed due to protest at old Trafford by Manchester United fans
No date has been set yet for the match

Tottenham 4:0 Sheffield united

Garethe Bale’s first premier league hattrick since December 2012 helped Spurs secure all three points against already relegated Sheffield united
Bale flicked in the opener when it was lifted over the top by Serge Aurier before the right-back teed him up to thump in the third in the second half.

The Welsh international was played in by Son Heung-min on the break for his second – a thumping strike which flew into the top right corner.

Son rounded off a dominant Spurs performance when he curled in a superb fourth goal.

The South Korean also had a goal disallowed for offside five minutes into the second half.

Here is how things stand at the top

La liga
Valencia 2:3 Barcelona

Lionel Messi’s brace help Barca secure all three points in a hard fought victory against Valencia
Ex-Arsenal man Gabriel headed Valencia in front only for Messi to miss from the spot but convert the rebound.

Antoine Griezmann put Barca ahead and Messi clipped in a trademark free-kick before Carlos Soler’s screamer gave Valencia vain hope.

Barca host leaders Atletico next Saturday at the Nou Camp.

Third-placed Barcelona are level on points with arch rivals Real but beneath them in the table because Real have won both El Clasico games this season.

Here is how things stand at the top

Serie A
Udinese 1:2 Juventus

Ronaldo’s late brace help Juventus secure all three points
Andrea Pirlo’s side fell behind to Nahuel Molina’s early goal and barely threatened for long spells.

But Ronaldo won and converted a penalty before clinically heading home in the 89th minute.

The result moves Juve into third in Serie A and gives them breathing space in the race for Champions League qualification.

Five points separate five teams between second and sixth with only the top four qualifying for the Champions League.

Napoli 1:1 Cagliari
Lazio 4:3 Genoa
Sassulo 1:1 Atalanta
Sampdoria 2:0 Roma

Here is how things stand at the top

In Ligue 1 10men Lyon came from a goal down to beat Monaco 3:2


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