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Yuri Tillmans lights up his 100th Premier League game with two goals |  English Premier League 2021/2022

Yuri Tillmans lights up his 100th Premier League game with two goals | English Premier League 2021/2022

  1. 39′ – Penalty kick goal – Yuri Tillman (1-0)
  2. 24′ – Yellow – Jamal Louis
  3. 11′ – Jill – Timothy Castaney
  4. 6′ – Verve. Jonny Evans Bab Bubkari Somare
  1. 90′ – Yellow – Alain Saint-Maximin
  2. 88′ – Verve. James Madison Bab Cassie McAteer
  3. 85′ – Goal – James Madison (4-0)
  4. 85′ – Verve. Jonjo Shelvey by Matt Ritchie
  5. 81′ – Goal – Yuri Tillman (3-0)
  6. 71′ – Verve. Harvey Barnes Pap Mark Albrighton
  7. 70′ – Yellow – Javier Manquillo
  8. 64′ – Jill – Caglar Soyuncu
  9. 62′ – Verve. Miguel Almiron Babe Ryan Fraser
  10. 62′ – Verve. Jamal Louis Bab Jacob Murphy
  11. 57′ – Doelpunt – Batson Dhaka (2-0)

Yuri Tillmans has made a stylish return to Leicester City. The Red Devils has been out for several weeks with a calf injury, but was decisive this afternoon with two goals against Newcastle, one of England’s biggest relegation clients.

Leicester have been waiting for a clean sheet in this somewhat gray season since opening day, and they beat Newcastle, 19th in the standings, at last.

The hosts were solid defensively and passed goals smoothly.

Yuri Tillmans, who returned after injury, cleared the way from the spot.

After Dhaka’s 2-0 win, Leicester thought they were sure and in the final stage widened the margin, although Castaney almost stunned his goalkeeper on the other side.

He shocked Tillmans 3-0 from close range and put his name back on the board, and the brilliant Madison took the score 4-0.

Watch Tillmans’ goals:

  1. The second half, the 94th minute, the game is over
  2. The attempt was saved by Kasper Schmeichel (Leicester City), who did not hit any rebounds. Second half, 93rd minute.
  3. Cross pass to Matt Ritchie (Newcastle United). His header is heading towards the goal… The second half, the 93rd minute.
  4. The ball crosses the back line at a corner kick. Mark Albrighton (Leicester City) took it, but a cross passed too short and it cleared. Second half, 92nd minute.
  5. Yuri Tillmans (Leicester City) can position with his right foot, but his shot is blocked. Second half, 92nd minute.
  6. Yellow card for Newcastle United striker Alan Saint-Maximin during the second half, minute 90
  7. Leicester City is awarded a free kick. Allan Saint-Maximin (Newcastle United) defeated Batson Dhaka. Second half, 90th minute.
  8. The second half, the 88th minute. A substitution in Leicester City, Casey McAteer entered, and James Madison went out.
  9. James Madison can sign for Leicester City. Help in the name of Batson Dhaka. Second half, 85th minute.
  10. A goal in the second half, the 85th minute by James Madison, Leicester City player. 4.0
  11. Second half, 85th minute. Substitution in Newcastle United, Matt Ritchie inside, Gongo Shelvey exit
  12. Joe Willock (Newcastle United) can land with his right foot, but his shot is blocked. Second half, 84th minute.
  13. Yuri Tillman can score for Leicester City. The assistance is attributed to James Madison. Second half, 81st minute.
  14. The second half goal, the 81st minute, was scored by Yuri Tillmans, Leicester City player. 3.0
  15. Rescue from Kasper Schmeichel (Leicester City), who can fend off the ball while diving. Second half, 78th minute.
  16. The ball crosses the back line at a corner kick. It was taken by James Madison (Leicester City), but a cross pass too short and it cleared. Second half, 78th minute.
  17. Joelinton (Newcastle United) returns the whistle. He went away in Popakari Somare (Leicester City). Second half, 77th minute.
  18. Fabian Scheer (Newcastle United) blows the whistle from the referee. He went away to Luke Thomas (Leicester City). Second half, 75th minute.
  19. Jongo Shelvey takes the corner for Newcastle United. The ball drops in the middle in front of the goal. Second half, 75th minute.
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