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The Top 15 Goals of the Month :
1- Roben Neves – Wolves 2-2 Everton (26/08/2018)
2- Pedro – Huddersfield 0-3 Chelsea (11/08/2018)
3- Pereyra – Watford 2-0 Brighton (11/08/2018)
4- Bernado Silva – Arsenal 0-2 Man City (12/08/2018)
5- Lucas Moura – Tottenham 3-1 Fulham (18/08/2018)
6- Trippier – Tottenham 3-1 Fulham (18/08/2018)
7- Wilson – West Ham 1-2 Bournemouth (18/08/2018)
8- Aguero – Man City 6-1 Huddersfield (19/08/2018)
9- David Silva – Man City 6-1 Huddersfield (19/08/2018)
10- Andre Grey – Burnley 1-3 Watford (19/08/2018)
11- Will Hughes – Burnley 1-3 Watford (19/08/2018)
12- Ryan Bertrand – Southampton 1-2 Leicester (25/08/2018)
13- Seri – Fulham 4-2 Burnley (26/08/2018)
14- Holebas – Watford 2-1 Palace (26/08/2018)
15- Lucas Moura – Man United 0-3 Tottenham (27/08/18)
Chelsea vs Derby County
Competition: Carabao Cup
Stadium: Stamford Bridge (London)
Referee: J. Moss
Brighton & Hove Albion secured promotion to the Premier League with a 2-1 win over Wigan on Monday. The club will return to the top flight for only the second time in its history and just 20 years after narrowly avoiding relegation from the Football League altogether
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Titled ‘125 Years Young’, The Football League’s official film celebrating its 125th Anniversary documents the history of the world’s original league football competition since its formation in 1888.
The film features some of the earliest known footage of Football League matches from the Mitchell & Kenyon collection, including Newcastle United v Liverpool from November 1901 and Preston North End v Notts County in October 1904. Also included are many landmark moments in the game’s development, as well as fans, media personalities, and familiar faces from across the football world.
Supporters also get the chance to see a hatful of memorable Football League moments including the injury-time goal by Arsenal’s Michael Thomas in the last match of the 1989 season that saw the Gunners snatch the title from Liverpool on goal difference, The 94th minute winner from Carlisle United goalkeeper Jimmy Glass in 1999 that kept the Cumbrians in The Football League and the extraordinary events from Griffin Park on the final day of last season that saw Doncaster Rovers snatch victory from the jaws of defeat to take the League 1 title.
The Football League’s Head of Communications, John Nagle, said: “There have been more than 177,000 matches in The Football League since 1888 and they have included many of the game’s iconic moments. The League’s 125th Anniversary is an opportunity to celebrate the contribution that our clubs have made to the history of the game and the important role they continue to play in domestic football.”
This weekend, The Football League will mark the 125th anniversary of its first season (1888/89) with a programme of special Anniversary fixtures.
Celebrations of The Football League’s 125th Anniversary will continue into the new season with the opening of a special exhibition at the National Football Museum in Manchester in September 2013.
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