A Premier League Matchday 4 and Serie A Matchday 3 match took place on Monday evening.

Everton reversed the score in just five minutes. After the break, as Mee opened the scoring for Burnley (53rd), the Toffees, via Keane (60th), Townsend and Gray (65th, 66th), won 3-1.

A success that allows Rafa Benitez’s men to pick up at Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool, one point ahead of Manchester City. For his part, Burnley struggles to take off at the start of the Championship and remains in the relegation zone.

In a meeting long undecided although dominated by Bologna, it was finally necessary to wait until the last quarter of an hour to see the match settle. The Rossoblù will eventually find the fault via Mattias Svanberg (78th), 1-0.

A second success this season for Sinisa Mihajlovic’s men, which allows them to move up to 6th place, just two points behind leader AS Roma. For its part, Hellas Verona, beaten three times in as many games, still cannot do it and are now in 19th place. Arthur Theate, meanwhile, remained on the bench throughout the meeting.

Good game from Hazard, hat-trick from Benzema and Camavinga’s first goal with Real Madrid

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