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Ranking of all Premier League clubs after their record signing

Here we have assessed the current record transfer of each individual Premier League club and whether this player has repaid the trust or not. (Author: Gardener)

Premier LeagueIt feels like record transfer fees are rising with each season, especially in the Premier League. In fact, England broke the nine-digit fee limit for the first time a few months ago when Manchester City closed its £ 100m deal to bring Aston Villa's Jack Grealish on board. As the cost of signing players continues to rise, it's likely that top clubs will have to spend more to stay competitive - but are they getting value for their investment? Here we have assessed the current record transfer of each individual Premier League club and whether this player has offered the required money for the money or not. The amount of the contribution, your basic performance and the success in the club from this point on are taken into account. All statistics refer to the time at which the player in question made his permanent transfer to the club. You will almost certainly disagree with the position of at least one player / club here, but don't worry, next year this list could look very different around this time. Record (in all competitions): 91 games, 10 goals, 8 assists On paper it looked like a fit: a muscular, well-trained Brazilian goalkeeper with a respectable goalscoring record in German football, almost made for the rigors of the Premier League. Unfortunately, Joelinton has shown an annoying disappointment at St. James' Park, only scoring six goals in 79 Premier League games. Gibson is still Burnley's all-time newcomer, despite not having played a single game for the team since August 2019 (90 minutes against Sunderland in the second round of the Carabao Cup, his only appearance this season). Overall, the central defender only played 62 minutes in the Premier League for Sean Dyche's team, although in fairness he scored a goal in his lonely appearance in the first division and thus technically holds a 100 percent goalscorer record. Since then, Gibson has spent the last two seasons in Norwich City, having initially been on loan for the 2020-21 championship campaign before finalizing the move last summer for a reported £ 8m fee following the Canary Islands promotion. Haller often appeared awkward and unsure of his exact role, but he never quite got by with the Hammers, despite arriving in East London on a recording contract and ending his tenure with a decent, if unspectacular, record. Haller was born in January 2021 with a loss of 25million.He played a pivotal role in the second half of the club's two-time 2020/21 season, and during that tenure he continued his scoring frenzy with four goals in a Champions League game . West Ham are third in the Premier League table after beating Liverpool 3-2 last time. Tzolis has had little chance of playing for Norwich since arriving from the Greek league and has only completed a full 90 minutes (against Bournemouth in the Carabao Cup second round) since becoming the most expensive player to ever hit Carrow Road has changed. The left winger, who played for PAOK with 16 goals and 10 assists in 46 games last season, has only played 21 minutes of league football since the end of September. Perhaps the recent departure of head coach Daniel Farke could mark a fresh start for Tzolis under new coach Dean Smith, but from today's perspective, everything in his first three months as a canary was decidedly disappointing. Wolves was only 18 years old at the time and signed Silva, although the youngster had only played 12 games in the A-League in his career. However, with added pressure on his shoulders with a head injury following Raul Jimenez's long absence last season, even his most enthusiastic supporters would hardly describe his presence as "peripheral" to Wolves. There is still a lot of time - after all, Silva has signed a five-year contract - but the striker still has a long way to go. Buendia has become a major creative force for Norwich over the past few years of yo-yo between the championship and the Premier League, although the Argentine has not yet fully submerged since arriving at Villa to plug the hole that Grealish's departure left . The attacking midfielder has only found the net once and just as Villa has struggled to tread water himself so far this season, the club's record signing has lagged well behind the breakneck form he saw last season in the second division has shown. Ajer, a steadfast presence in the background, appeared to be handling the stresses of the Premier League pretty well since joining promoted Brentford south of the border last summer. He will miss Norway's World Cup qualification in November. Coach Stale Solbakken speculates that Ajer hamstring problem could incapacitate him for months instead of weeks after a secondary assessment. Mwepu didn't have to prove his skills for long, but the versatile Zambian international has performed well in various midfield roles for the Seagulls since arriving from Salzburg in the summer. The 23-year-old even opened his goalscorer account with a fantastic long-range shot to spark his side's most recent comeback against Liverpool - a 25-yard attempt that saw his side draw 2-2 at Anfield and he won too Brighton's Gate of the Month Award for October. Rodrigo was lightning-fast, scoring seven Premier League goals for Leeds in his debut season for the then-promoted player, four of which were scored in the last four games of the campaign. Although the 30-year-old Spanish international had a strong result last time, he was rather sporadic in 2021-22, scoring just two goals in 10 league games so far. Sarr was Watford's top scorer at 13 in 39 games when they regained promotion to the Premier League after a year in the championship last season. In fact, the 23-year-old Senegalese striker tops the Hornets charts again this season after scoring four goals in his first eleven top games. He's hardly a regular on Palace's top scorers, but Benteke has proven himself to be a reliable leader of the Eagles over the past five years. The Belgian battering ram has spent 358 days in 2018 and 2019 without scoring a single goal for Palace, only to then play another 34 Premier League games between 2019 and 2020 without finding the net from former coach Jose Mourinho open to his allegedly criticized poor fitness and its lack of adaptation to the level required in the Premier League. The French midfielder found himself back on the team under Mourinho, although he gave brief guest appearances to glimpse his abilities as a combative ball carrier. Tending to come in fits and starts, Pepe has amassed decent numbers since joining Arsenal without ever fully winning his doubters in the ranks. The talented Ivory Coast winger scored eight goals in 42 games in his debut season, then doubled that to 16 of 47 when he finished as the Gunners' second-top scorer in all competitions in his second season in England. Still prone to hiding games, at 26 it is probably time for Pepe to deliver a little more consistency if he really wants to convince people that he deserves such a gigantic effort. Richarlison originally moved on a $ 40m deal. The Brazil international has been playing well at Goodison for three years and has signed a new and improved deal during that time, both of which are likely to have fulfilled several of those clauses. Chelsea weren't afraid to spend a lot of money and broke their transfer record for the fourth time in five seasons when they signed Inter Milan's Lukaku that summer. The Belgian international began his second appearance at Stamford Bridge by looting three goals in his first three games, but the situation has slowed dramatically since then. A sprained ankle has put him out of action in the past few weeks. Although Chelsea have got on well without him so far, coach Thomas Tuchel will thwart everything that Lukaku returns from his injury break with his physical condition and his eye for goal. A young Pogba played a handful of games for United in 2011-12 before moving to Juventus, where he quickly became one of the most sought-after central midfielders in world football alongside Andrea Pirlo. The France international returned to Old Trafford in a world-record transfer that was accompanied by a cacophony of hype in 2016 to settle in a five-year groove that was equally fantastic and frustrating. Able to dominate midfield and his supreme technique, Pogba can often be a passenger for United despite his obvious talent, but there have also been many highs in expensive signing in British football history. So it is perhaps fair to say that City fans have not yet seen the attacking midfielder in his fluid, creative best form. Let's hope that his debut goal in the Champions League against RB Leipzig - a typical cut-in and curling finish - is a sign of the future. After suffering injuries at Liverpool, Ings moved to Southampton for one season for the 2018-19 season and proved to be an instant hit with the fans as he rediscovered his scoring power. Ings chose to make the move permanent, becoming the Saints' record signatory in the process. In the two following seasons he added another 38 goals to his record and even played his way back to the English competition. The 29-year-old then ended his stint on the South Coast abruptly in August 2021 when he agreed to a shock move to Aston Villa for about £ 30million in nine Premier Leagues as part of the Birmingham club's post-Grealish recruitment -Games scored three goals. Tielemans first came to Leicester on loan in January 2019, before moving to King Power Stadium six months later on a record-breaking deal. The 24-year-old Belgian international (third on this list) has established himself as a regular in Brendan Rodgers' squad thanks to his versatile midfield skills, which include a healthy range of goals and assists. Tielemans will be remembered forever for scoring the goal that won the FA Cup final against Chelsea in 2021. Few could argue that Liverpool was exceptionally good value for money because of their record signing. Van Dijk proved to be an integral part of a team that won the Premier League, the Champions League, the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup under Jürgen Klopp. Van Dijk may not have been quite the same player since he sustained his anterior cruciate ligament injury last season that ruled him out for nine months, but at 30 he still has plenty of time to regain his best form and Liverpool several years to do more service. Given that the Premier League clubs combined burned nearly £ 890m (£ 889.17m) on their record signings, it may be a little staggering how little real star quality we have in the rankings. In fact, it could be argued that around half of the players on this list haven't even started proving themselves at the club level - although some of course still have time on their side in that regard. Some record signatures came and went on the fly, others lingered, but a disturbingly high number objectively fell short when it came to realizing their potential.


Premier League final score and result after Richarlison's goal

Watch the live coverage of the Premier League match at Goodison Park this afternoon (Author: Gardener)

RicharlisonFrank Lampard wants to spur a response from Everton in the Premier League with Leeds visit. Lampard had a fierce rivalry against the Whites and Marcelo Bielsa during his time as Derby County manager and the Toffees will be desperate for the points after going down at relegation rivals Newcastle in midweek. Bielsa's side also need the points but head into the competition in high spirits after fighting their way back to earn a 3-3 draw at Villa Park with a Dan James double and Diego Llorente on the scoresheet. A great pass from Dele Alli into the box finds Salomon Rondon who laces a shot into the far corner but sees Illan Meslier jump over and hit the post! 87 mins: Salomon Rondon replaces Richarlison for Everton. Richarlison's goal was credited to Anthony Gordon for his distraction but that doesn't take away from his great performance today. 84 mins: Adam Webster has doubled Brighton's lead against Watford and that looks like three points for the Seagulls. Leeds didn't click in front of goal today. They got the ball into some decent areas but weren't clinical enough in the last third. 81 mins: Three goals in the last 10 minutes at Goodison Park and Everton are good. Marcelo Bielsa has a permanent frown on his face as he tries to figure out how his side are being outclassed by the home team. 78 minutes: game over! He brings the ball in from the right, places it on his left foot and guides it towards the near bottom corner. There's a deflection from Anthony Gordon's heel and Illan Meslier can't get over in time to deflect the shot. 75 mins: Alex Iwobi feels he can reach a loose ball and hacks Diego Llorente down with a sliding tackle. He is shown a yellow card and Leeds are awarded a free kick. 72 mins: Dominic Calvert-Lewin's day is over as Frank Lampard replaces him with Dele Alli. Everton press high on the pitch again, pinning Leeds in their own half. They win the ball and pass it to Iwobi on the edge of the box. He hits back at Van de Beek, who slides a pass to Dele Alli on the left. Dele's cross comes in the middle and is headed away by Llorente. 69 minutes: Alex Iwobi receives the ball on the right and gets Calvert-Lewin into the field with a fine pass. The Everton striker takes the ball away from Diego Llorente and hits one from outside the box only for the defender to block the shot without too much trouble. 66 mins: A Forshaw through ball is intercepted by Keane and sent to Iwobi. He controls the ball and turns away from a tackle to play Gordon to the right side of the box. Gordon tries to roll one into Calvert-Lewin but Struijk blocks the cross and works it clear. 63 mins: Everton wins a couple of balls down the middle of the pitch and doesn't allow Leeds to play their natural passing game at high speed. 60 mins: Coleman leaves Harrison on the ground with a tough tackle but doesn't get very far before losing the ball himself. Leeds try to change the game with a Crossfield pass but it rebounds for an Everton throw-in. 57 mins: Roberts is cut off by Holgate and limps away from the tackle. Leeds sweep the ball to the right side of the field and win a throw-in. Ayling throws it into the box and the ball almost falls down for James. Eager to capture the ball, Pickford leaps forward over the Leeds to snatch it out of the air. 54 mins: Tyler Roberts threads the ball into the box for Rodrigo, who wins a corner as Seamus Coleman returns his cross. The corner is played briefly and comes back to Rodrigo who puts it in Adam Forshaw. James tries to flick the ball in the middle of the box but Everton handle it well. 51 mins: Everton are inventive with their passing, flicking passes over defenders and working tight angles down the sides of the box. Leeds are working hard to take it all back and put the game in the Toffees. 48 mins: Matuesz Klich was also replaced by Adam Forshaw. A clearance from Everton comes onto the field and is won by Dominic Calvert-Lewin. He brings the ball to the left side of the box and tries to pick out Donny van de Beek who is waiting in the middle. His pass comes across but Pascal Struijk manages to intercept and end the Everton attack. Tyler Roberts came on for Leeds with Raphinha coming off at half-time. Leeds need to scroo next if they want to stay in this game but the first chance of the second half comes to Everton. They win the ball high up the pitch and Anthony Gordon drills one in from outside the box, forcing a solid save from Meslier. Goals from Seamus Coleman and Michael Keane have given Everton a two-goal lead at Goodison Park. Two more Premier League games are currently taking place. Brentford remain goalless against Crystal Palace but Brighton have taken the lead after Watford thanks to Neal Maupay's 26th league goal for the Seagulls. For the second time in the match, Rodrigo hits one from long range and slams the ball off the bar! Twice he was inches from a goal for Leeds but they go into half-time two goals behind Everton. 45 minutes: Two minutes of stoppage time at the end of the first half. Everton have a commanding lead but Leeds are starting to show the breadth of their abilities. 41 mins: An Allan shot has no power but his attempt from the front edge of the box is easily stopped by Illan Meslier. The Leeds goalkeeper is finding it harder to keep away a snap of Dominic Calvert-Lewin reaching out with a powerful right hand and shoving it well over the back post. 38 mins: Richarlison brings the ball in from the left and passes it to Anthony Gordon, who slams the ball into Dominic Calvert-Lewin's box. Alex Iwobi is free on the right side of the box but Calvert-Lewin tries to twist off Pascal Struijk's shoulder and loses the ball. 35': It was a good response from Leeds. You've started moving the ball quickly and you're getting into some dangerous areas. Mateusz Klich brings the ball down the right wing while Ayling makes an underrun. But he doesn't catch it quite right and the ball goes out for a goal kick. Raphinha brings the ball down to the right and meets Jonjoe Kenny. He dribbles away from the Everton defender, cuts inside and directs a fine through ball into the middle of the box. Rodrigo makes a good run from deep and almost gets the ball but jumps off him and is claimed by Jordan Pickford. 29 mins: Luke Ayling frees for Leeds on the right and whips a cross into the box but can only find Michael Keane, who heads in clear for Everton. 26 mins: Leeds swings the ball into Everton's penalty area. Luke Ayling tries to win it with an overhead kick as Mason Holgate heads it clear. It's a high foot and Everton are awarded a free-kick. 23 minutes: Things are looking good for Everton now! The corner kick is whipped quickly into the middle of the box, where Michael Keane runs into the six-yard box. He leaps for the air ball, gets there first and headers past Illan Meslier. 22 mins: Allan and Iwobi combine on the right side of the pitch for Everton and work the ball to the edge of the box. Iwobi tries to play in Calvert-Lewin but the pass is blocked and Everton wins a corner. First Rodrigo shoved Daniel James into the box but Mason Holgate timed a sliding tackle perfectly and knocked the ball away from the striker. On their next attack, Leeds toss the ball to Rodrigo, who spots Jordan Pickford from his line and drills a volley from distance. The forward is healthy and gets the ball over the keeper's head, but he slams into the bar and jumps off! 16 mins: Richarlison tries to force his way into the box from the left but runs into trouble and loses the ball to Luke Ayling. Everton have already had five attempts on goal with Leeds and have yet to get into the game. 13 mins: Everton need to capitalize on their aggressive start and they did. Gordon tries to thread the ball past Leeds' back three but Struijk intercepts the ball before it reaches Calvert-Lewin and the visitors clear their lines. 10 minutes: Nice goal from Everton! Jonjoe Kenny swings the ball in from the left wing but it goes over everyone before being collected by Seamus Coleman. He brings it inside and passes the ball to Anthony Gordon. Gordon slides a pass into the right side of the box where Donny van de Beek runs to the touchline, recovers the ball and passes it to Dominic Calvert-Lewin. He's being pressured and loops his shot all the way to the right post where Coleman throws himself at the ball and nods it home! 9 mins: Stuart Dallas is pulled off the ball by Marcelo Bielsa after falling. 6 min: Alex Iwobi brings the ball down the right wing before bringing it to the edge of the box. He pushes it to Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who shoots from long range but is blocked by Pascal Struijk. The Toffees quickly recapture the ball after Illan Meslier restarted the game. Donny van de Beek moves it nicely into the left inside channel before putting the ball to Anthony Gordon. He shoots from outside the box but Meslier gets behind the bouncing ball and smothers it well. Great chance for Everton to take an early lead after a poor clearance from Leeds gives the ball to the home side. Alex Iwobi slides it to Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who slides a pass into the left side of the box where Anthony Gordon has an opportunity to shoot. He rolls the ball straight to his right foot when Luke Ayling slides over and deflects the shot into Illan Meslier's arms. Kick-off: Everton could easily pick up three points this afternoon to gain some breathing room over the relegation zone. Leeds are in a better position but they will want to win for the same reason. Allan gets the ball rolling at Goodison Park. Old Trafford were not amused and had no reason to be after Southampton walked away with a well-deserved point as many of the same problems that have plagued Ralf Rangnick's side of late played out again. Manchester United defender Raphael Varane spoke to BT Sport after the game and said his team will continue to fight for a place in the top four. Marcelo Bielsa's side have conceded 15 goals in their last four away games in the league. Raphinha has scored in Leeds' three Premier League games against Everton since Leeds returned to the Premier League. Everton have only one win and five points in 14 games. They have lost an unrivaled 14 home games since the start of last season. But Frank Lampard has beaten Marcelo Bielsa in their last two encounters: 4-2 away at Derby in the Championship play-off semi-final and 3-1 at home against Chelsea in the Premier League last season. Leeds have gone unbeaten in three consecutive Premier League away games for the first time since October-November 2002. They have three goals in three of their four league games in 2022, having failed to score more than two goals in any of their first 18 games this season. Everton may lose five straight league games for the first time since they set a top club record with six straight defeats in October 2005. Nineteen points is the lowest level after 21 games in a Premier League season. For only the second time in Premier League history, Manchester United have failed to win consecutive games despite leading at half-time in both, most recently in December 1998. Leeds won away at Everton in the league for the first time in 14 attempts in the past season, with Raphinha scoring the only goal, but they have not won a consecutive league game at Goodison Park since November 1976. The reaction to Manchester United's draw with Southampton at Old Trafford, but the focus shifts to the 3pm kick-offs. Frank Lampard's Everton take on Marcelo Bielsa's Leeds at Goodison Park. 90+5 mins: More frustration for Manchester United who give up another lead and have to settle for a draw. It's another good result for Southampton, who remain in 10th place but add another point to their tally. Luke Shaw swings a free-kick into the box from the left wing and hits Harry Maguire perfectly. He nods the ball into the lower right corner, but Forster jumps over and pushes it away with a strong left hand! 90 minutes: Five minutes of stoppage time. When Southampton counterattacked, Armando Broja collected a long ball and shimmyed into Harry Maguire. He drives the ball into the penalty area, but meets Diogo Dalot. Maguire comes back and bundles Broja off the ball before landing on him while coming through. 84 mins: Paul Pogba slices off Tino Livramento on the right and collides with teammate Kyle Walker-Peters. 81 mins: Manchester United fans encourage their side to 'attack, attack, attack' Jesse Lingard replaced Marcus Rashford for the last 10 minutes or so. 78 mins: Sancho plays a great ball to Dalot down the right but he can't spot Elanga in the box and Stephens shoots it clear for Southampton. Fernandes hits the ball over the top and selects Rashford. He brings the ball into the penalty area and laces it past the far post with his right foot. 75 mins: Tino Livramento comes on for Southampton after replacing Mohamed Elyounoussi. Anthony Elanga replaces Scott McTominay at Manchester United. Man Utd win right-back free-kick in final third and Bruno Fernandes rolls set piece into box Cristiano Ronaldo runs behind the high Southampton line and heads the bouncing ball into the back net. 69 mins: Broja wins the ball again in Manchester United's final third and drives to the edge of the box before seeing a shot blocked by Harry Maguire. 66 mins: Marcus Rashford receives the ball down the left and cuts inside but loses possession before he can shoot. He runs past Maguire with apparent ease and smacks the ball over De Gea only for Dalot to sweep the ball out of the six-yard box. Who will win this game? Southampton worked the ball down the left flank before passing it inside to Romeu. He plays a one-two with Broja before firing the ball to the right side of the field where Stuart Armstrong is wide open. Luke Shaw flicks the ball over the top while Cristiano Ronaldo makes a great run into the box. The ball falls over Mohammed Salisu's head and gets to Ronaldo, who fires his shot at goal but is thwarted by Fraser Forster's reactionary stop. Man Utd retrieves the ball and flicks it to Diogo Dalot running into the right side of the box. He drills a first try towards the near post, but Forster is quickly back on his feet and gets two hands behind trying to keep that one out as well. Manchester United wins a free-kick down the left wing in the last third from Southampton. Luke Shaw whips a cross into the box and finds Harry Maguire. He nods the ball down, it hits Cristiano Ronaldo and comes back to Maguire, who volleys on target and is only thwarted in the right foot by Fraser Forster! Kyle Walker-Peters runs down the right touch line and sets up Stuart Armstrong for a first shot from just outside the box. He puts his foot through the chance but pulls it wide of the right post. Broja then snatches the ball from Shaw and weaves his way into enough space to land a shot on goal. De Gea has to jump to the left and makes a good one-handed save to tip the ball over the bar. 51 mins: It's déjà vu for Manchester United, who took a first-half lead against Burnley before conceding an equalizer just after the midweek break. They failed to win this game but can they regain the lead against the Saints? It's a perfect second-half start for Southampton and a nightmare for Man Utd. The Saints move the ball down the left wing and pass it down the inside left channel to Elyounoussi. Adams catches the ball and directs it into the far corner. He beats David De Gea and brings the ball home from the back post! Kick-off: Southampton's Jack Stephens replaces Jan Bednarek. Man Utd get the ball rolling again for the second 45 minutes. Can they go ahead and win this game? Three Premier League games begin at 3 p.m. We will cover the game at Goodison Park but have goalscoring from the other two games. Back at Old Trafford, the teams are on their way for the second half. Man Utd have conceded just 10 goals in 11 Premier League games since the departure of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (0.9 per game) after playing 21 times in 12 league games under the Norwegian this season (1.8 per game) . Southampton had more possession and created more chances but Man Utd were more clinical. However, in recent weeks United have tended to slack off in the second half of games and they won't be comfortable unless they score again. After scoring just two goals in his first 23 games for Man Utd in all competitions, Jadon Sancho has since scored two in his last three. 45+2 mins: Goal not recognized! 45+2 mins: Goal not recognized! Luke Shaw flicks the ball over the top and finds Cristiano Ronaldo. He's obviously offside for miles but play continues with Ronaldo bringing the ball into the box and flicking it over to Paul Pogba who finishes it well only for the offside flag to go up when the ball touches the back of the net. The whistle blows at half-time and Manchester United go into the break with a one-goal advantage. 45 minutes: Two minutes of stoppage time in the first half. Manchester United need to break and reset. 42 minutes: The Saints draw closer. It's a nice ball played to Armando Broja, who slides it into the left side of the box for Romain Perraud. He slices inside and flaps away from two defenders before landing a low right footed shot to David De Gea's left but the keeper is up to the task and keeps him away. A long throw comes in the United box and Pogba tries to clear it. However, he can only nod it as far as Stuart Armstrong, who volleys on goal but is thwarted by a jumping David De Gea. Well saved! Southampton play well when they have the ball. They pass it comfortably around Man Utd midfielders as they advance into the final third. Kyle Walker-Peters is open on the right wing and receives the ball from James Ward-Prowse. The right-back swings a teasing cross into the six-yard box, but the ball narrowly avoids the incoming Armando Broja. 33 mins: Elyounoussi is allowed to continue as Southampton simply rebound the free-kick into defense to invite Manchester United into a press. After a loose forward pass, the ball comes to David De Gea, who propels it back to the center of the field. Jan Bednark and Cristiano Ronaldo both battle for victory, with Ronaldo shoving the centre-back and creating another free-kick. 30 mins: Salisu picks out Elyounoussi, who is immediately brought down by Scott McTominay. McTominay appears to have been given the task of marking the Southampton midfielder and picks up a yellow card after the tackle. 27 mins: Man Utd puts the ball in the Southampton half and Perraud takes out Pogba and gives the home side a chance to put the ball in the box. Fernandes shoots it up to Pogba, who tries to fire for the spin but misses his shot and Fraser Forster picks up the ball. 24 mins: Man Utd almost initiate another counterattack after James Ward-Prowse's cross was cleared into their box. Bruno Fernandes tries to get Marcus Rashford out again with an air pass but Mohammed Salisu jumps in front of the ball and stops it with his hand, giving United a free-kick. 21 minutes: There is the opener! Bruno Fernandes Kick initiates a counterattack by sending the ball down the right side of the field. It allows Rashford to enter the box freely, with Jadon Sancho fitting him on the opposite side. Rashford pulls out Frasr Forster, then squares the ball and Sancho turns it into back net despite a final ditch slide from Kyle Walker-Peters. 18 mins: Manchester United are just beginning to worry Southampton. They pass it around the 18-yard box, looking for an opening in the Saints' backline. Dalot sends it inside to Ronaldo, who is quickly surrounded by centre-backs while Mohammed Salisu wins the ball and clears the threat. 15 mins: Another Elyounoussi cross earns Southampton a corner. Briefly on Stuart Armstrong, who is quickly attacked by Sancho and loses the ball. Playing it from behind, Man Utd send the ball to Pogba who laced up a great diagonal pass to Marcus Rashford down the right wing. He holds the ball up and waits for Pogba to get closer before sending it back to him. Pogba then rolls a cross to the opposite side of the box, where Ronaldo dives under the ball and watches as it leaps out of play. 12 minutes: Chances on both sides! Mohamed Elyounoussi dashes in from the left and floats to the back post with an air pass. Walker-Peters comes and hits it back into the box where Che Adams is unable to turn his header towards goal. The ball rolls to James Ward-Prowse but his first shot is blocked by Luke Shaw, allowing United to counterattack. Sancho carries the ball over the left side and brings it all the way into the penalty area. Ronaldo and Fernandes are open but Sancho goes alone, flicks a shot down and sees his try held off but Fraser Forster's outstretched left leg! Paul Pogba plays another beautiful ball into the inside right channel and Jadon Sancho passes Kyle Walker-Peters to get the ball first. He slides the ball into the penalty area for Cristiano Ronaldo, who guides it around the goalkeeper and back towards the open goal. However, there is no power behind his attempt and Romain Perraud comes back in time to clear it before the ball crosses the line. 6 mins: Good job by Paul Pogba down the middle of the pitch. He holds the ball up and flaps away from a tackle before threading it behind Walker-Peters and allowing Sancho a free run towards the Southampton box. Cristiano Ronaldo calls for the ball on the front edge of the box but Sancho holds it for too long and when he finally cuts it back Oriol pinches Romeu in front of Ronaldo to intercept the pass. 3 mins: Luke Shaw and Jadon Sancho combine on Man Utd's left to work the ball down the wing. Sancho tries to put a pass through to Kyle Walker-Peters but is blocked by Southampton right-back and the attack collapses. Saints drives the ball through midfield and knocks out Armando Broja on the wing. He slides the ball past Raphael Varane and sprints behind the defender before firing a pass into the six-yard box. Mohamed Elyounoussi comes flying into the box but he just can't reach the loose ball and Diogo Dalot cleans up. Kick off: Southampton starts the game at Old Trafford and plays the ball down the left wing. Scott McTominay leaps to win the ball in the air but it falls over his head and rebounds for an early United throw-in. Southampton stroll onto the pitch at Old Trafford before Harry Maguire leads Manchester United. Southampton come into today's game after a superb win over Tottenham in the week and are confident of a positive result against Man Utd today. For their part, Man Utd are hoping to get back in the top four but they need three points to do that. Ralf Rangnick has admitted Cristiano Ronaldo needs to score more goals but believes his Manchester United team-mates are just as to blame for recent problems finding the goal. Ronaldo has scored just one goal without a penalty since Rangnick's appointment in early December and missed the point in the FA Cup fourth round loss to Middlesbrough last week. However, United have scored just more than once in two of Rangnick's 12 games in charge, while back-to-back 1-1 draws against Middlesbrough and Burnley came despite a 52-14 win over their opponents. Cristiano Ronaldo has gone five appearances without a goal in all competitions. His last extended streak without scoring at club level was seven games from December 2008 to January 2009. The only opponents Ralph Hasenhüttl has never beaten in the Premier League are Manchester United and Cardiff City. Will he finally get his first win today at Old Trafford? Southampton's 12-game clean sheet run in the Premier League is currently the longest in the division. They have conceded an unrivaled 200 Premier League goals since Ralph Hasenhüttl's first game in charge in December 2018. Bruno Fernandes was directly involved in five goals in his four league games against Southampton, scoring two goals and providing three assists. Southampton have lost just once in nine games, including two FA Cup games, and have both scored and conceded in each of those games. Manchester United's only defeat in 11 Premier League games since the departure of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer came against Wolves on January 3. Under Ralf Rangnick they have won six league games, drawn four and lost just one. Southampton are aiming to win league games for the second consecutive season this season, while it has been 15 months since they have had three straight wins in all competitions. Man Utd are unbeaten in 23 home league games in February since losing 2-1 to Manchester City in February 2008. They have won 18 and drawn five games in that run. The Red Devils have scored just nine goals in as many league games at Old Trafford. That United haven't scored in four home games this season is already more than they have all of 2020-21. Manchester United are unbeaten with five wins and six draws in eleven league games since losing 1-0 at home in January 2016. Southampton lost that game 9-0 in February last season, winning just two of their 22 Premier League away games at Old Trafford (D4 L16). Manchester United have set a Premier League record with 36 points after losing positions against Southampton.



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