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Injuries to Harry Kane (L) and Son Heung-min (R) left Tottenham in a difficult situation
Goals are also a problem for their opponents, Christian Pulisic sidelined due to injury and Tammy Abraham failed to continue on his promising start to the campaign.
A lack of signatures in the past two transfer windows is visible to the Blues, who have not done it since the departure of Eden Hazard.
The likes of Olivier Giroud and Michy Batshuayi also offered little, but the situation is promising in midfield with Mateo Kovacic and Jorginho making an impression alongside N & # 39; Golo Kante.
In terms of options, you should say that Lampard has more at its disposal.
Who has the lead? Chelsea
Mateo Kovacic is one of the few striking artists from Chelsea so far season
Mourinho performed a small miracle by getting Spurs back in the battle with injuries for the top four after succeeding Mauricio Pochettino with the club that got away on the 14th, 11 points behind fourth place, back in November.
The Portuguese were not surprisingly criticized for his & # 39; negative & # 39; style of football, but he has done about as well as could be expected of him in the absence of star man Kane and won eight of his 14 league games.
These are the major games in which his team was undone, three of his four defeats came to United, Chelsea and Liverpool.
Lampard, on the other hand, is under increasing pressure on Stamford Bridge, with some parts of the fan base seriously asking if he is the right man for the job.
Both Mourinho ( L) as Lampard (R) are under pressure in anticipation of the last 12 games of the season
The club legend made a good start, praised for dealing with the young talent of the team while he the team led to a series of six straight league wins to leave the Blues second after 12 games.
However, his inexperience begins to show as the season progresses, a third consecutive defeat for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who draws particular attention.
With Lampard on completely unknown territory, you should give the upper hand to Mourinho, a manager who knows exactly what is needed to get the job done in this competition.
Who has the advantage? Totteham Run-in
The Blues are almost here, but both parties certainly have a lot of tough competitions ahead.
Saturday's match starts with a run of seven league games with six teams in the race for a spot in the Champions League, Wolves, Burnley and United following.
Generally, they are reading themselves for eight games against the top 11 in their final play, while Chelsea has six.
However, the side of Lampard still has to face both Liverpool and City.
Who has the edge? Chelsea
Aston Villa (A)
Man City (H)
West Ham (A )
Crystal Palace (A)
Sheffield United (A)
The Premier League title race may not go to the wire but the battle to beat the drop is set to go the distance.
Nine teams are in a relegation scrap with three months to go until the end of the season.
Crystal Palace Brighton Bournemouth Aston Villa West Ham, Watford and Norwich all fighting for relegation to prevent.
Basement boys Norwich look like they were cut off eagerly, six points behind Watford and West Ham and seven out of safety, but with 12 games to go, anything can happen.
Sportsmail looks at the games of the nine teams that are worried about surviving and assesses their chances of keeping up.
Nine teams are in a relegation scrap with three months to go until the end of the season
REMAINING FIXTURES OF SOUTHAMPTON
February 22: Aston Villa (H)
29 February: West Ham (A) [19459003
March 7: Newcastle (H)
March 14: Norwich (A)
March 22: Arsenal (H)
April 4: Watford (A)
April 11: Manchester City (H)
April 18: Everton (A)
April 25: Manchester United (A)
May 2: Brighton (H)
May 9: Bournemouth (A)
May 17: Sheffield United (H)
12th: Southampton – 31 points (-16 GD)
Saturday a massive series of diagrams starts for Ralph Hasenhuttl. For the next four weeks, they stand for all teams in and around them to ensure Premier League safety.
Southampton welcomes Aston Villa and Newcastle and makes trips to West Ham and Norwich in the coming weeks. It is imperative to get enough points on the board during that period.
The saints achieved good results this season against the so-called larger teams, including victories over Chelsea, Tottenham and Leicester, but are inconsistent against the teams in the lower half.
Great results in the coming month would ease the pressure. Now that Arsenal, Manchester City and Manchester United will follow in April, Southampton at least know that they have the potential to get something out of the games if necessary.
With striker Danny Ings in blister form with 15 goals this season and James Ward-Prowse returns from an injury, Southampton must stay away from danger.
Saturday a huge series of matches for the Southampton side of Ralph Hasenhuttl
REMAINING FIXTURES OF NEWCASTLE
February 22: Crystal Palace (A)
February 29: Burnley (H)
] March 7: Southampton (A)
March 14: Sheffield United (H)
March 21: Aston Villa (H)
April 4: Bournemouth (A )
April 11: West Ham (H)
April 18: Manchester City (A)
April 25: Watford (A)
May 2: Tottenham (H)
May 9: Brighton (A)
May 17: Liverpool (H)
13th: Newcastle – 31 points (-16)
Like the Southampton side, Steve Bruce is seven points free from the fall zone.
However, they have not won since January 18 when they captured a 1-0 shock over Chelsea.
But unlike the saints, they do not have a line of fire.
Joelinton, bought for a £ 40 million club record last summer, scored only one Premier League goal, which came in August.
Dwight Gayle could come in on Saturday for the trip to Crystal Palace while Andy Carroll is lying on the treatment table.
It is important that the magpies win again quickly as they face a tough race to play with Manchester City, Tottenham and Liverpool towards the end of the season.
An inability to score could very quickly narrow Newcastle's seven-point gap, but the fact that they were able to seal unlikely victories could help them.
Joelinton, purchased for £ 40 million at cost last summer, only one Premier League goal has been achieved
REMAINING DEVICES FROM CRYSTAL PALACE
February 22: Newcastle (H)
February 29: Brighton (A)
] Mat 7: Watford (H)
March 14: Bournemouth (A)
March 21: Liverpool (A)
April 4: Burnley (H)
April 11: Leicester (A)
April 18: Chelsea (H)
25 a Pril: Aston Villa (A)
May 2: Manchester United (H)
May 9: Wolves (A)
May 17: Tottenham (H)
14th: Crystal Palace – 30 points (-9)
After a strong start to the 2019-20 campaign, the men of Roy Hodgson are from slid off the table.
The following four games are crucial to the Eagles season and in particular the next two where they face the team one place above them and the team one place below.
The matches against Newcastle and Brighton after the winter break are perhaps the biggest matches of the palace season.
The men of Hodgson are then confronted with a difficult period with meetings against Liverpool, Leicester, Chelsea and Manchester United.
If they struggle in the coming month, they will be dragged into the relegation scrap.
However, the feeling is that they have just enough about them to escape.
slid off After a strong start to In the 2019-20 campaign, Roy Hodgson's men slipped off the table
BRESTON & # 39; S REMAINING FIXTURES
February 22: Sheffield United (A)
February 29: Crystal Palace (H)
March 7: Wolves (A)
March 14: Arsenal (H)
22 March: Leicester (A)
4 April: Manchester United (H)
11 April: Norwich (A)
18 April: Liverpool (H)
April 25: M anchester City (H)
May 2: Southampton (A)
May 9: Newcastle (H)
May 17: Burnley (A)
15th: Brighton – 27 points (-7)
The side of Graham Potter has gone through a difficult period of late without victories this year.
Their last victory came on December 28 against Bournemouth.
After a terrible series of shapes, the seagulls now look over their shoulders.
Brighton has a number of difficult remaining games with Arsenal, Leicester, Manchester United, Liverpool and Manchester City all to come.
Journeys to Norwich and Southampton stand out as major clashes in their run-in.
Brighton insured draws in their last two outings and so in any case does not lose and still adds points to the board.
Another positive point is that they have the best goal balance of the nine teams threatened with relegation.
Brighton has the best goal balance of the nine degradation threatened teams
REMAINING DEVICES FROM BOURNEMOUTH
February 22: Burnley (A)
February 29: Chelsea (H)
March 7: Liverpool (A)
March 14: Crystal Palace (H)
March 21: Wolves (A)
April 4: Newcastle (H)
April 11: Manchester United (A) )
April 18: Tottenham (H)
April 25: Leicester (H)
May 2: Manchester City (A)
[1 9459002] May 9: Southampton (H)
May 17: Everton (A)
16th: Bournemouth – 26 points (-14)
The men of Eddie Howe have arguably the heaviest series of remaining fixtures.
The Cherries face Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United, Tottenham, Leicester and Manchester City in their last 12 games.
Bournemouth was in freefall to victories over Brighton and Aston Villa in recent weeks.
Saturday's match at Burnley is crucial to building self-confidence and gaining some momentum with the difficult fights that follow.
Prior to their home win against Brighton, they suffered defeat for the teams in and around them in the form of Norwich, Watford, and West Ham.
If Eddie Howe's side wants to stay on top, they have to collect points from the so-called big guns with not so many games against fellow wrestlers.
The Bournemouth game at Burnley is crucial for building trust and momentum
REMAINING DEVICES OF ASTON VILLA
February 22: Southampton (A)
March 9: Leicester ( A)
March 14: Chelsea (H)
March 21: Newcastle (A)
April 4: Wolves (H)
April 11: Liverpool (A)
April 18: Manchester United (H)
April 25: Crystal Palace (H)
2 m egg: Everton (A)
May 9: Arsenal (H)
May 17: West Ham (A)
17th: Aston Villa – 25 points (-16)
Dean Smith's side has a trip to Wembley to look forward to on March 1 but they are in 12th place in Southampton.
With two tough games to follow after the Carabao Cup final, it is vital that Aston Villa get three points on Saturday at St Mary & # 39; s.
Since their semi-final victory over League League against Leicester, they have suffered defeats from Bournemouth and Tottenham.
As a result, Villa are in a precarious position where Leicester, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal still have to play.
Villas are shaky at the back – they have awarded the most goals this season in the English top flight.
Villa has star Jack Grealish in their ranks, but they may need more than him to prevent them from returning to the championship right away.
Aston Villa is in a precarious position and have some difficult competitions contests to come
OTHER FIXTURES OF WEST HAM
February 24: Liverpool (A)
February 29: Southampton (H)
]] March 7: Arsenal (A)
March 15: Wolves (H)
March 20: Tottenham (A)
April 4: Chelsea (H)
April 11: Newcastle (A)
April 18: Burnley (H)
April 25: Norwich (A)
[1 9459002] May 2: Watford (H)
May 9: Manchester United (A)
M ay 17: Aston Villa (H)
18th: West Ham – 24 points (-15)
The hammers are trapped in a rut after sealing a league win since January 1.
It seemed that that emphatic 4-0 win over relegation rivals Bournemouth would light their season, but David Moyes was struggling.
After having suffered a defeat by Manchester City on Wednesday, they face the tough journey to leader Liverpool on Monday.
If they can get something from Anfield, it would be a huge self-confidence on the way to a massive game against Southampton
The Hammers still face rivals Tottenham and Chelsea, but get the chance to come out of the drop zone in April with matches against Newcastle, Burnley, Norwich and Watford.
Moyes led West Ham to Premier League security in the 2017-18 season and the club should have enough quality to prevent the drop this time.
David Moyes & # 39; West Ham is stuck in a rut after a seal fails a league win since January 1
REMAINING FIXTURES OF WATFORD
February 23: Manchester United (A)
February 29: Liverpool (H)
March 7: Crystal Palace (A)
March 14: Leicester (H)
March 21: Burnley (1945) A)
April 4: Southampton (A)
April 11: Chelsea (A)
April 18: Norwich (H)
April 25: Newcastle (H)
May 2: West Ham (A)
May 9: Manchester City (H)
May 17: Arsenal (A)
19th: Watford – 24 points (-16)
The appointment of Nigel Pearson had the desired effect. 15 points from his first eight league matches have given them a huge chance to stay up.
In recent weeks, however, the Hornets have bumped into a few bumps without winning in four league games.
They have to regain speed and get something from Old Trafford on Sunday, that is exactly what they could do.
Watford won a 2-0 win over Manchester United in December and had the quality to give the Red Devils more trouble.
April can be an important time for the club with matches against Southampton, Norwich and Newcastle, especially as their season ends with clashes against Manchester City and Arsenal.
Pearson rescued Leicester from the drop-in 2015 and could unleash another major escape.
Watford has a few bumps on the road in recent weeks hit with no victory in four league matches
REMAINING FIXTURES OF NORWICH
February 23: Wolves (A)
February 28: Leicester ( H)
March 7: Sheffield United (A)
March 14: Southampton (H)
March 1945: Everton (H)
April 4 : Arsenal (A)
April 11: Brighton (H)
April 18: Watford (A)
April 25: West Ham (H)
May 2: Chelsea (A)
May 9: Burnley (H)
May 17: Manchester City (A)
20th: Norwich – 18 points (-24)
The Canary Islands face a difficult task with six points that separate them from the second bottom of Watford
But Watford has shown that it is possible to get some speed if it drifts and it is not as if the side of Daniel Farke is beaten every week.
They were narrowly defeated last weekend by runaway Liverpool leaders.
The following games are made or broken for Norwich with Wolves, Leicester, Sheffield United and Southampton to play.
] The feeling is that Norwich is too far behind in this phase of the season.
They scored the joint lowest number of goals and awarded the second second highest. It seems that Norwich will again be in the second rank of English football.
Norwich stands for a uphill task with six points separating them and the rest at the foot of the table
& # 39; I cannot change what people think & # 39 ;: Pep Guardiola insists that a two-year Champions League ban for FFP infringements does not affect the performance of Manchester City
Manchester City has been criticized for & # 39; serious breaches of FFP regulations
Pep Guardiola insists that the success of the city will not be undermined by judgment City speaks a two-year Champions League to ban at the Court of Arbitration for sport
Pep Guardiola Claimed Manchester City will not waste time worrying about public opinion after the two-year Champions League ban from UEFA.
Premier League champions have lifted five of the last six domestic trophies, but encountered sharp criticisms after & # 39; serious offenses & # 39; on the rules of Financial Fair Play.
Guardiola insisted that this does not affect the recent successes of City and that he cannot change the judgment from outside the club prior to an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Pep Guardiola claimed that Manchester City is not wasting time worrying about public opinion
Guardiola emphasizes that City's success will not be affected by the & # 39; serious offenses & # 39; of FFP
& # 39; I can't change what people think, & # 39; he said. & # 39; I know how hard we have worked and am so proud of what we have done in recent years. Nobody helped us from outside.
We have worked incredibly well every day, every competition. Nothing is going to change. It is not yet ready, it is not over yet, and we will see what happens. & # 39;
Guardiola, hoping to get David Silva fit for Saturday's trip to Leicester City, seemed relaxed about an interview with Raheem Sterling published in Spain
Sterling praised Real Madrid and posed for a photo with the shirts of both clubs before the European date of next week.
& # 39; The players are free to talk and say what they believe, think what they believe, & # 39; said Guardiola. & # 39; We are not here to tell them what to say. It is normal that if you do an interview with the Madrid media to talk about Madrid.
Guardiola seemed relaxed about the future of Raheem Sterling after an interview in Spain Spain
& I am absolutely sure of the commitment of our players. They have shown it for years, nothing has changed. We are going to decide what we do with the club and players. I have no doubt about the rest of the season. & # 39;
City runs into scorer Jamie Vardy at King Power Stadium and Guardiola sets the ball forward as one of the best on the continent.
& # 39; We play 40 meters in front and it's perfect for him, & # 39; Guardiola joked. & # 39; Jamie Vardy scored goals against us, but against all teams. The last third is exceptional, one of the best strikers I have ever seen with his movement. & # 39;
EUROPE LEAGUE AROUND-UP: Daichi Kamada scores 53-minute hat trick as Eintracht Frankfurt seal last-32 first leg win over RB Salzburg
Daichi Kamada had a night to remember such as Frankfurt hammered RB Salzburg
Sporting Lisbon assured a comfortable 3-1 over Istanbul Basaksehir
Isaac Kiese Thelin scored on both ends as his Malmo side lost to Wolfsburg
Daichi Kamada scored a hat trick in 53 minutes while Eintracht Frankfurt RB Salzburg beat 4-1 in the Commerzbank Arena.
Filip Kostic added a fourth at 56 minutes, but Hee-Chan Wang provided a comforting goal of 85 minutes to give the Austrian club a glimmer of hope.
Sporting Lisbon took an important step towards the
Europa League last Thursday, winning a 3-1 victory in their round of 32 first-leg clash with Istanbul Basaksehir.
The Portuguese club raced in a 3-0 lead thanks to goals from Sebastian Coates, Andraz Sporar and Luciano Vietto, but Edin Visca's late penalty made Silas careful for the second leg in Turkey.
Frankfurt ahead Daichi Kamada celebrates scoring his hat-trick goal against RB Salzburg
Sevilla & # 39; s Europa League progress is in balance after they saved a 1-1 draw at CFR Cluj.
Ciprian Deac's free kick gave the hosts a 59-minute lead. Youssef En Nesyri, however, took an important equalizer with eight minutes of normal time.
Meanwhile, Shahktar Donetsk won a 2-1 win over Benfica with Alan Patrick breaking the deadlock and Viktor Kovalenko scoring the decisive goal after Pizzi's fine.
Shakhtar Donetsk & # 39; s Viktor Kovalenko shoots at goal during the 2-1 win over Benfica
FC Basel plundered three goals at APOEL Nicosia, except for their place in the next round, as Raoul Petretta, Valentin Stocker and Arthur Cabral all scored in Cyprus
Malmo took an unlikely lead in Wolfsburg thanks to Isaac Kiese Thelin & # 39; s punishment. Josip Brekalo reacted only two minutes later and Thelin & # 39; s joy turned to despair when he surrounded himself in his own net to give the Bundesliga side a one-goal lead on the way to the second leg.
AZ Alkmaar and LASK played a 1-1 draw in the 86th minute of Holland Teun Koopmeiners canceled the first half of Marko Raguz.
Isaac Kiese Thelin scored on both ends as his Malmo side fell to a 2-1 defeat to Wolfsburg
& # 39; It's really gone & # 39 ;: Brendan Rodgers does NOT think Liverpool will get 2014 Premier League title if Manchester City is stripped of it for FFP offenses and says Pep Guardiola will be & # 39; s side galvanized by accusations
Brendan Rodgers does not expect his 2014 team to be crowned in Liverpool
City appeals to COS a two-year ban on European competition
They may lose their 2014 league title if another investigation finds them guilty
Brendan Rodgers believes there is little chance of
] Liverpool team he managed will be crowned Premier League champions for 2014 as Manchester City have been stripped of the title.
City appeals to the Court of Arbitration for sport against a two-year suspension of the European competition imposed by UEFA, who found them guilty of violations of the rules of the Financial Fair Play.
The city could also lose its 2014 national title if a separate Premier League investigation revealed that they have violated financial rules – which City denies – and have deducted points afterwards
Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers doesn't think his 2014 Liverpool side the title will be
Steven Gerrard captain of Rodgers & # 39; Liverpool side that ended two points behind City in 2014
Steven Gerrard, who led Rodgers in Liverpool that ended two points behind City that season, said he & # 39; really interested & # 39; is to see if action is being taken against City – but Rodgers is more relaxed about the case.
The Leicester manager said: & it's really gone. What will be will be. It won't change anything for me. We were faced with a fantastic Manchester City team and we were just lacking, but that does not alter what we did that year.
& # 39; I don't think about it too much. I have many other things to worry about. I honestly cannot see that (Liverpool will be awarded the title afterwards). & # 39;
Juventus was stripped of the Series A titles from 2005 and 2006 according to the & # 39; Calciopoli & # 39; scandal, which concerned the selection of referees. The crown of 2005 was not reassigned, but Inter Milan subsequently received the crown of 2006 – something that Juventus appealed to.
But City could be stripped of that title if it is determined that they have violated the financial regulations
Rodgers & # 39; side view City on Saturday and he expects the UEFA judgment to trigger a reaction in the side of Pep Guardiola, who has four points and has a position above the third Leicester placed.
He added: & # 39; These situations where there are questions about the club, they will sink like a team. The players will be stronger, I'm pretty sure about that.
& # 39; They will want to show that they are very talented players, regardless of the problems. They are determined to end the season as strong as possible in every competition they are in.
Rodgers believes the UEFA judgment Pep Guardiola & # 39; s team will galvanize before their meeting
& # 39; No fire sale would be needed & # 39 ;: Manchester City will not be forced to sell star players if the two-year ban on the Champions League continues … and the ruling can financially benefit the club good ones
Kieran Maguire, an expert in the field of football financing, says that Manchester City continues to hold star people
FFP loss limits under UEFA amount to € 30 million over three years, compared to £ 105 million in PL
As a result, City may have more financial breathing room to sign players
Manchester City Will Not are forced to fire their top players if a two-year Champions League ban continues to exist and could even benefit financially from their time outside of Europe, according to a top football finance expert.
City, who appeals against the judgment of UEFA to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, loses tens of millions of income for every season outside the competition.
Pep Guardiola and CEO Ferran Soriano are both convinced that City will be in the Champions League again next season.
Manchester City will not be forced to do so become a fire sale of their best players if the UEFA ban is enforced
And it is claimed that working according to different rules for financially fair play in the Premier League will remove the need to sell players. "No fireplace is needed," said Kieran Maguire of the University of Liverpool
& # 39; They will benefit from not being in Europe because the FFP limits under UEFA are € 30 million losses over three years, compared to £ 105 million under the Premier League limits. & # 39;
Meanwhile, Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers has given up hope of winning the title of City 2014 after his Liverpool side finished in second place
He said: & # 39; It's real away. It doesn't change anything. It does not take away from what we did. & # 39;
Bayer Leverkusen 2-1 Porto: Liverpool goal Kai Havertz scores from the penalty spot while the Bundesliga club secures the Europa League round of 32 first stage victory
& # 39; It's hard to play with & # 39 ;: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer blames Europa League BALL because he & # 39; light & # 39; is after Manchester United is held in Club Brugge
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said the Europa League ball was flat against Club Brugge
Manchester United thanked Anthony Martial for saving a tie in Belgium
Japanese manufacturer Molten offers the game balls in the Europa League
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has the condition of the
Europa League ball and believes that Manchester United and Club Brugge have impeded to play during their stalemate in the first leg of their 32-round round.
Emmanuel Dennis put Club Brugge on a dream start after catching the normally reliable Sergio Romero well out of position, but
Anthony Martial took advantage of a mistake to silence the tired Jan Breydel stadium and seal to lay a 1-1 draw.
That out-goal means that United has the upper hand on their way to Old Trafford for the second leg of this final 32 tie, which makes Solskjaer generally happy.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was unhappy with the Europa League ball against Club Brugge
Anthony Martial saved a draw for United on a wet and windy Thursday evening in Belgium
But the United boss was ni he is overly satisfied with the Europa League ball – which is supplied by the Japanese manufacturer M olten on match days – against the Belgian leaders on a wet and windy night in Bruges.
& # 39; It was a difficult game against a well-organized team in difficult circumstances, & # 39; he said. "I don't think it was one of the best games anyone has seen.
" A bit sloppy in terms of concentration, but the conditions with the field and the ball make it difficult.
& # 39; It's just different and hard to play with, & # 39; Solskjaer said about the ball. & # 39; You can get one and try it! It is light.
But Solskjaer was stunned by the state of the ball and said it was too & # 39; light & # 39; to play with
& # 39; But of course it's the same for the two teams. But the circumstances were not nice, the wind and the rain.
& # 39; But anyway, strange goals for both teams. We scored their throw-in and a long kick through the middle, so lack of concentration probably from both teams there.
& # 39; We had to make everyone part of the team (so I made changes), gave those games.
& # 39; We now have so many games, so we got a away game, we got a draw. We're going home next week, so hopefully we can finish the job. & # 39;
Japanese manufacturer Molten offers match balls on match days in the Europa League
Solskjaer hopes Thursday for better football on his part – and in an ideal world for a better ball.
Fortunately, Martial concentrated when Brandon Mechele inexplicably dropped the smashed Maxim De Cuyper, with the United forward speed and power to race before he defeated former Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet.
& # 39; It was a charity today, & Solskjaer said. & # 39; He wasn't really in the game before he scored the goal.
& # 39; We didn't create enough or made enough points to make room for Anthony and it was a frustrating night for him until then.
Solskjaer said it was a frustrating night for Martial tying to its tying goal
& # 39; Then (a) charity and then he gets a good chance with his left foot, good blow, well saved by Mignolet. & # 39;
That second chance hit the post, but United should have fought a tough fight from the start in the eyes of Club Brugge head coach Philippe Clement.
Before defeating Romero with a clumsy effort, the video assistant referee assessed a third-minute challenge from the Argentinian international on Dennis in the box.
& # 39; For me, it is a clear punishment & # 39 ;, said Clement. "When I see the images and in some countries it is a red card, if you go with two feet forward against someone's leg, it is a red card.
" All circumstances must go your way if you I'm going to beat United and tonight we didn't get that.
Club Brugge head coach Philippe Clement believes his party early should have received a penalty in punishment
Roma 1-0 Ghent: Former Barcelona striker Carles Perez marks first start with Series A side back to winning roads in Europa League
Carles Perez scored his first goal since his arrival in January from
Barcelona as Roma claimed a slim advantage in the Europa League band last-32.
The attacker felt clearly with Edin Dzeko and remained calm to the onrushing keeper as the
Series A side claimed their first win in six games.
More to follow
Forward Carles Perez scored his first goal since his January arrival from Barcelona
Perez was sent clear by Edin Dzeko and remained calm to defeat the upcoming goalkeeper