February 5, 2023

On Saturday, four games were played but only 7 goals were scored.

Leicester City 0-0 Crystal Palace

As Leicester City and Crystal Palace play out a scoreless draw in their Premier League match, boos reverberate throughout the King Power Stadium.

The Foxes had opportunities to win the match, but they lacked the decisive edge needed to score. Harvey Barnes and James Madison both missed their greatest opportunities.

Danny Ward had to make a great save to stop Odsonne Edouard at the other end. Leicester have now won only one of their first 10 games of the season.

This was the first time since their first meeting at the highest level, in October 1971, that a 0-0 draw ended in a top-flight game.

Fulham 2-2 Bournemouth

A second-half penalty by Mitrovic secured a 2-2 draw for Fulham and Bournemouth. Within the first 65 seconds, Solanke scored, volleying past Leno. Diop leveled the score for Fulham with a header past Neto, but Lerma immediately restored Bournemouth’s lead with a low strike.

Lerma forced Mitrovic to the ground during the second half, and the attacker calmly converted the ensuing spot-kick to keep the game scoreless.

In their 31st matchup against one another, Fulham and Bournemouth drew three straight league games for the first time ever.

Wolves 1-0 Nottinhagm Forest

Wolves eke out a victory after more than 100 minutes of drab play due to Ruben Neves’ 56th-minute penalty. A few high-caliber opportunities were created in the second half, but Forest was given a second chance at atonement when VAR again stepped in to award them their own penalty kick.

Sa saved Johnson’s penalty shot in the 79th minute, however, as the hosts held on to win their first game in three tries and move out of the bottom three.

Steve Cooper is the 12th manager to have five points or fewer after his first 10 games in the Premier League and the first since Jan Siewert in April 2019. He has only won five points from his first 10 games as a manager.

Tottenham 2-0 Everton

Although Everton created the clearer opportunities, Tottenham was the superior team in the first half. When Gray and Onana faced off against Lloris, neither player was able to make contact with the goal.

Conte’s team had an advantage over the visitors in the second half, making it easy for them. After Pickford fouled him in the box in the 59th minute, Kane scored from the penalty spot to give Spurs the lead.

Hojbjerg’s composed goal in the 86th minute made it 2-0 and gave Tottenham the three points as the hosts maintained control of the game.

Final PL table after these games

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