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Summary of last night’s football results Premier League – FA Cup Saturday, April 22, with highlights – points table: Liverpool slashed, City collapsed.

English Premier League battle  Five matches were played last night, with big teams like Liverpool in action, along with one FA Cup quarter-final match between Manchester City and Sheffield United.

Summary of football results FA Cup night 22 April 2023

Manchester City 3-0 Sheffield United

The game at Wembley, of course, is a blue sailor who has folded the field to attack and get 3 goals from Riyad Mahrez, the only hat-trick. From the penalty spot in the 43rd minute before adding two more goals in the second half in the 61st and 66th minutes, helping the team through to the final between Manchester United and Brighton on Sunday.

Fulham 2-1 Leeds

The game at Craven Cottage looked relatively even, but the first goal had to wait until half time and the hosts took the lead with two goals from Harry Wilson in the 58th minute and Ricardo Perey. Ra in the 72nd minute before the away team chased one goal from Joao Palinha’s own goal in the 79th minute and finally finished the game with 3 points for Fulham.

Brentford 1-1 Aston Villa.

At the GTech Community Stadium, both sides created their own chances as the hosts took the lead from Ivan Toney in the 65th minute, a game that ended with Brent victorious. Ford, but Douglas Luiz equalized late in the game to give the away teams a point each weekend.

Crystal Palace 0-0 Everton

The game at Selhurst Park was the home side who had slightly better ball possession. But the chances to finish the score seem to be not decisive on both sides, there was a moment when Eberichi Eze shot in, but was caught by VAR as offside in the 57th minute, at the end of the game, the visiting team had 10 players remaining from Mason Ho. Laket received a second yellow card and a red card, sent off the field and ended the 90 minutes goalless in this match.

Leicester 2-1 Wolverhampton

At the King Power Stadium, it was the visiting team that invaded first from the 13th minute from Matheus Kunya, after which Kelechi Iheanacho scored a penalty kick for the home team in the 37th minute before the interval. Late in the game, Timothy Castagne scored the winner to give Leicester their first win under their new manager.

Liverpool 3-2 Nottingham Forest

At the end of the game at Anfield, the first half was the home team who folded the field to attack on one side until taking the lead from the beginning of the half after Diogo Joe at the beginning of the 47th minute. Williams in the 51st minute, but then four minutes later, the Reds took the lead again from the same Jota, but Forest still didn’t give up and equalized again from Morgan Gibbs White in the 67th minute. Therefore trying to speed up the game and get the winning goal from Mo Salah in the 70th minute, grabbing 3 points at home in an asthmatic way