Man United’s chase of Premier League leaders Man Metropolis hit by draw


London: Manchester United’s Premier League title hopes took another blow in a 1-1 draw at West Bromwich Albion on Sunday. Having been top of the standings only 19 days ago, Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s second-placed side are now seven points behind Manchester City, having played a game more. Mbaye Diagne put West Brom in front after just 80 seconds before United drew level through a stunning strike from Bruno Fernandes. United captain Harry Maguire saw a late header superbly turned onto a post by goalkeeper Sam Johnstone.

Lukaku double helps Inter Milan beat Lazio to go top in Serie A

MILAN: Inter Milan’s Romelu Lukaku scored twice and set up another goal as they beat visitors Lazio 3-1 on Sunday to move a point above AC Milan at the top of the Serie A standings. Lukaku opened the scoring with a penalty in the 22nd minute, before the Belgian striker doubled the advantage with his 300th career goal for club and country just before halftime. Lazio piled on the pressure after the break and got back in the game in the 61st minute. But Lukaku helped Inter to have the final say three minutes later when he set up Lautaro Martinez. Agencies



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