Premier League: Guimaraes’ double, which takes Newcastle against Leicester

Transferring to Newcastle this winter, former Leonis Bruno Guimaraes relieved the Magpies this Sunday afternoon against Leicester (2-1). He scored twice, including a decisive second goal in the 95th minute.

While the OL is making a delicate end to the season, their former midfielder Bruno Guimaraes continues to shine in the Premier League. Transferring to Newcastle at the end of January for €50m including bonuses, the Brazil international (6 caps) scored his second and third league goals on Sunday. Above all, it gives Magpie a victory in extra time against Fox.

His third goal with Newcastle

Leicester’s lead at St James’ Park after Luchman’s goal (19th), Newcastle were able to rely on Guimaraes to equalize on an opportunistic action after a corner (30th), then a counterflash followed by a diving header. To give a win after extra time (90th + 5). The latest decisive goal-scoring opportunity for his club in the Premier League from 2006-2007. The former Lyonnais had already scored against Southampton (1-2) on 10 March.

Meanwhile, West Ham won a home draw against Burnley (1–1). The Hammers missed their opportunity to climb to 5th place and remain in the top 4 to 5 points, with the Clarets still (18th) 3 lengths behind Everton, ranked 17th. Thanks to their Brazilian double, the Magpies (14th) confirm that maintenance no longer concerns them, as they are a total of 12 units ahead of the relegation zone.

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