The Premier League has finally resumed its rights this weekend with the first day of the championship. While Kevin De Bruyne did not enter the contention as Manchester City’s game against Aston Villa was postponed, Timothy Castagne wasted no time in shining for his first official game with Leicester City on Sunday.
Arrived this summer from Atalanta, the Red Devil was immediately established and even scored his first goal after 57 minutes. Served by the other Red Devil Dennis Praet, Castagne opened the scoring in favor of the Foxes with a beautiful header. His team finally beat West Bromwich 3-0 thanks to two penalties from Jamie Vardy. Also holder Youri Tielemans took part in the entire meeting.
Alderweireld has also played the entire game to start his 6th consecutive season with Tottenham. The Red Devil is no longer accompanied by his friend Jan Vertonghen this season and was aligned alongside Eric Dier. A pair that failed to block the 0-1 winner Everton’s attacks.
Long-awaited red devil after his double in the national team against Island, Michy Batshuayi will have to wait a little longer before making his debut with Crystal Palace. Arrived on loan from Chelsea during the week, the Belgian striker wisely remained on the bench in his 1-0 victory against Southampton while Christian Benteke, injured, was in the stands.
Divock Origi also remained on the bench in Liverpool’s incredible 4-3 win over Leeds while Denis Odoi played 90 minutes in Fulham’s 0-3 loss to Arsenal.
Weekend of recovery also in Spain with there also postponed meetings. Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois therefore remained at rest with Real Madrid just like Yannick Carrasco with Atlético.
Adnan Januzaj on the other hand played the last quarter of an hour of play with Real Sociedad, held in check 1-1 by Valladolid.
After planting 13 goals in 29 league games last season, Hans Vanaken is off to a good start in this 2020-2021 edition of the Pro League. The captain of the club Brugge planted a brace on Saturday night against Waasland-Beveren and already has three goals on the clock after 5 days of the league. Another Red Devil among the Blaw en Zwart, Simon Mignolet was solid but could not keep the zero behind. The Bruges residents finally won 4-1.
In Anderlecht, a confident Jérémy Doku actively participated in the numerous scoring chances for the Mauves – 2-0 winners against the Cercle de Bruges – even if like his teammates he did not shine in the finishing zone. Spinning around as usual, he was substituted in the 80th minute. Yari Verschaeren came on in the 75th minute and came close to the goal a few minutes later. A nice climb to the game for the young Red Devil.