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BPL Report (2020): Manchester City 2-5 Leicester City: Vardy hat-trick leaves Guardiola stunned


Jamie Vardy and Leicester City left Pep Guardiola's Manchester City stunned, as the Foxes scored three penalties in a remarkable victory



Jamie Vardy was the scourge of Manchester City again as his hat-trick secured a sensational 5-2 win for Leicester City and raised fresh questions about Pep Guardiola's defence.

The striker won two penalties and converted both, either side of a terrific backheeled finish for his second goal, to net his second hat-trick against City – almost four years after his treble in a 4-2 victory over the same opponents.

Read more: BPL Report (2020): Manchester City 2-5 Leicester City: Vardy hat-trick leaves Guardiola stunned

BPL Report (2020): Newcastle rescue point against Spurs after more late VAR controversy

Callum Wilson's late equaliser was Newcastle's only shot on target



Newcastle rescued an injury-time point against Tottenham Hotspur from the penalty spot entirely against the run of play after another controversial handball decision.

Spurs could have been 5-0 up if they had taken their chances by the time Andy Carroll headed a cross against Eric Dier's arm from close range. The decision was made after video assistant referee consultation.

Read more: BPL Report (2020): Newcastle rescue point against Spurs after more late VAR controversy

Carabao Cup Report (2020): 'Exceptional talent' Jones helps Liverpool hit seven to set up Arsenal tie

Curtis Jones' double has taken him to five senior goals for Liverpool



Liverpool youngster Curtis Jones was called an "exceptional talent" by boss Jurgen Klopp after his double in a 7-2 Carabao Cup win over Lincoln.

"We will have some fun with him I am pretty sure in the future," said Klopp of the 19-year-old after his side set up a fourth-round tie with Arsenal.

Read more: Carabao Cup Report (2020): 'Exceptional talent' Jones helps Liverpool hit seven to set up Arsenal...


Europa League Report (2020): Tottenham advance to Europa League play-off after scare

Son Heung-min has scored five goals in four games for Spurs this season


Jose Mourinho successfully complained to Uefa about the size of the goalposts before Tottenham's Europa League play-off victory against Shkendija in North Macedonia.

Goals by Erik Lamela, Son Heung-min and Harry Kane earned Spurs a 3-1 victory, with boss Mourinho playing his own unique part before the match after keepers Joe Hart and Hugo Lloris pointed out the irregularity during the warm-up.

Read more: Europa League Report (2020): Tottenham advance to Europa League play-off after scare


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