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Unforgettable Photos: The Best of the Premier League Season 2018-19 | Soccer



O On an average weekend, The Guardian receives about 12,000 photos of Premier League matches through its staff, agencies and photographers. That's almost half a million pictures per season. Some catch extraordinary joy and desperation; some bear witness to decisive moments in the title race; some owe their creativity to the men and women behind the glasses; and some, such as this one from August, show the rare but always amusing sight of a referee who is almost hit by a ball just as Tottenham's Ben Davies shoots at Fulham. "src =" https://i.guim.co.uk/img/media/a8045eabf41

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  19th August: Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola congratulates Sergio Aguero with a kiss on the cheek during the game against Huddersfield Town.







  20th August: Liverpool's Sadio Mane celebrates his second goal against Crystal Palace.







  26th August: Deandre Yedlin of Newcastle United and his team-mates look dejected after his own goal against Chelsea.



September

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The worst picture of the season came from Wembley in September, when Tottenham's Jan Vertonghen accidentally stalked Liverpool's Roberto Firmino. As an image processor, we may be exposed to violence and bodily injury to the image wires, but this shot had a particularly twitching. Fortunately, the Brazilian managed to escape without serious injury and celebrated his late winner against Paris Saint-Germain with an eye patch a few days later in the group stage of the Champions League. In September, Sir Alex Ferguson received a standing ovation at Old Trafford after returning to the club in May following an emergency brain operation. United finished the month in tenth place with 10 points from the first seven games – nine points behind the first setters Manchester City and Liverpool.





 . 1 September: The torn socks of Kyle Walker from Manchester City are seen during the Premier League match between Manchester City and Newcastle United.







 . 1 September: Christian Benteke of Crystal Palace during the Premier League match between Crystal Palace and Southampton FC at Selhurst Park.







  15th September: Tottenham Hotspur's Jan Vertonghen bumps into Liverpool's Roberto Firmino.







  sixteenth September: Evertons Oumar Niasse shoots at the goal against West Ham.







  22nd September: Sir Alex Ferguson waves to fans before the Premier League match between Manchester United and Wolverhampton Wanderers at Old Trafford.







  29th September: Manchester United's David De Gea watches the ball as Andriy Yarmolenko of West Ham United deflects into the net.







  29th September: Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane signals the ball against Huddersfield Town.







  29th September: Troy Deeney of Watford spills Gatorade on Arsenal.



October

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The first meeting of the two best teams in the league was a close affair, with Manchester City's Riyad Mahrez missing a last-minute penalty. He shot over the crossbar – his fifth mistake in eight penalties. Leicester City Chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha also died in October, whose helicopter crashed on leaving King Power Stadium after Leicester's match with West Ham and killed all five people aboard. The flowery honors at the stadium reflect the deep affection that Leicester's supporters felt for the man who contributed to her title success in 2016. My favorite picture of the month was Stamford Bridge, where Manchester United's coach, José Mourinho, had to hold back. After a loud goalkeeping, he started with a colleague in the back room of Chelsea. It's not so much Mourinho's aggression that I like. Rather, it is the panicky guy who is in the foreground on the radio. I have no idea who he is or what he says, but in my mind he sends a radio to assist.





 . 7 October. Riyad Mahrez reacts after a missed penalty against Liverpool in Anfield.







  Floral tributes to Leicester's late chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha at King Power Stadium before the Premier League match between Leicester City and Burnley.







  20th October: Nathan Redmond of Southampton is on the ball as the sun goes down during the game against Bournemouth at Vitality Stadium.







  20th October: Jose Mourinho has to be held back during a tunnel break after a late Chelsea equalizer on Stamford Bridge.







  20th October: Huddersfield Town fans before the Premier League match between Huddersfield Town and Liverpool FC at John Smith's Stadium.







  27th October: Deandre Yedlin of Newcastle United controls the ball in the air against Southampton at St Mary's Stadium.



November

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In November, Tottenham celebrated victory in Wembley and Manchester City in the first Manchester derby of the season. It was also a miracle when Huddersfield won at John Smith's Stadium against Fulham and scored the first home goal of the season. The best picture taken that day is, in my opinion, the picture below – the silhouette of a lonely man wandering with the cigarette in his hand against the light of a distant spotlight. The floodlit old school seems to fill the shot with nostalgia – it reminds me that I came home from a winter festival in my youth.





 . 5 November: A follower arrives in John Smith & # 39; s Stadium in Huddersfield Town against Fulham. ]







 . 11 November: Arsenal's Shkodran Mustafi fights with Raul Jimenez of Wolverhampton Wanderers for possession.







  24th November: Dele Alli of Tottenham Hotspur scores his first goal against Chelsea at Wembley Stadium.







  26th November: Ayoze Perez of Newcastle United receives a note from Mikel Antia, deputy head coach, against Burnley at Turf Moor.







  30th November: Aron Gunnarsson of Cardiff City scores his first goal against Wolverhampton Wanderers at Cardiff City Stadium.



December

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December was a month of abuse. First, a Tottenham fan threw a banana on the pitch after Arsenal's Gabonese striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored in the derby against Spurs in northern London. Then, later that week, Raheem Sterling was kicked out of Manchester City by a group of Chelsea fans after defeating in a corner of a barrage of insults. Sterling reacted calmly, as he appreciated, and the incident sparked the much needed debate on how to stop abusive behavior and racism in football. The best action photos of the month came in Anfield, in the middle of the pandemonium of Liverpool's last win against Everton. Substitute Divock Origi scored in the 96th minute following Jordan Pickford's mistake, and Liverpool's relief was perfectly distilled in the following shot (with Virgil Van Dijk) through the confusion of bodies and arms, creating a dynamic image. Usually you want to have "clean air" around a subject to make it stand out, but not in this case.





 . 2 December: A banana thrown out of the Tottenham section is watching as Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang of Arsenal strikes the field.







 . 2 December: Liverpool's Divock Origi scores a late goal to defeat Everton.







 . 2 December: Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomes celebrate Divock Origi's goal against Everton.







 . 8 December: James Maddison from Leicester City piggybacks before playing Tottenham.







 . 8 December: Raheem Sterling from Manchester City receives alleged abuse of Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.







 . 9 December: Salomon Rondon of Newcastle United wipes his face against the wolves.







  15th December: A steward in a rain poncho before the Premier League match in Craven Cottage between Fulham and West Ham United.







  22nd December: Manchester United interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer celebrates victory over Cardiff City.







  22nd December: Arsenal's Alex Iwobi celebrates with Mesut Ozil his goal against Burnley.







  26th December: Chelsea's Eden Hazard bounces off a duel with Craig Cathcart of Watford in Vicarage Road.



January

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January: One month in which it arrived on Millimeter and swung the title race in favor of Manchester City. John Stones' refusal to win a penalty against Liverpool helped City become the first and only team to beat Jürgen Klopp's men throughout the season. The game of the month – if not the game of the season – took place in Molineux, where Diogo Jota's 93rd-minute goal defeated the Wolves 4-2 against Leicester. The image of the enthusiastic Wolf fans is full of great facial expressions and faces the image of dejected Leicester manager Claude Puel with his head in his hands. The two extremes embody the universal torments and ecstasies of football.





 . 2 January: Mark Noble and Aaron Cresswell of West Ham protest with a referee during their match against Brighton.







 . 3 January: John Stones of Manchester City scores in Etihad Stadium for a goal against Liverpool.







 . 13 January: Evertons Richarlison meets Steve Cook of Bournemouth.







 . 13 January: A Manchester United fan taunts the Tottenham fans by pointing to the goal line.







  19th January: Wolverhampton Wanderers fans celebrate after Diogo Jota scored their fourth goal against Leicester.







  19th January: Claude Puel, manager of Leicester City, reacts when Wolverhampton Wanderers employees celebrate the late goal of Diogo Jota.







  20th January: Fans of Huddersfield Town watch a message from Manchester City's late manager David Wagner at halftime.







  29th January: Cardiff players gather for a time of silence to commemorate missing striker Emiliano Sala before playing against Arsenal.



February

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I'm not sure if the shot that looked down on the tattooed Manchester City fan was patchy or random (presumably the former). In any case, it is a blast. City won the match 3-1 against Arsenal that day thanks to a hat-trick by Sergio Agüero – his 14th for the club. Nevertheless, City was two points behind Liverpool after playing one more game. By the end of the month, the gap had dropped to a point after both teams had played 28 games. Also noteworthy is the attitude in which Miguel Almirón of Newcastle United is terribly upset by Tommy Smith of Huddersfield. Needless to say, Smith got a red card.





 . 2 February: Sergio Rico from Fulham reacts in dismay when Jeffrey Schlupp from Crystal Palace celebrates the goal.







 . 2 February: A black cat runs into the field during the Premier League match between Everton and Wolverhampton Wanderers at Goodison Park.







 . 3 February: A Manchester City fan with a Manchester City tattoo on his head outside the stadium before playing Arsenal.







  Aguero







 . 9 February: Aaron Mooy from Huddersfield Town arrives at John Smith & # 39; s Stadium prior to the Premier League match between Huddersfield Town and Arsenal.







  23rd February: Miguel Almiron of Newcastle United responds to a challenge from Huddersfield Towns Tommy Smith, which led to a red card.







  27th February: Manchester United's Romelu Lukaku steams during the game between Crystal Palace and Manchester United at Selhurst Park.







 . 2 February: Gonzalo Higuain of Chelsea celebrates after the first goal of his team against Huddersfield Town on Stamford Bridge.



March

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After Huddersfield and Fulham had cut off long before the spring, Cardiff was the only team in the lower three ranks to hope to stay in the race. It is likely that Neil Warnock dropped the pin when Chelsea falsely scored a late goal, although it was clearly offside. Warnock stormed the field at the final whistle and stared at the officials before turning his anger on poor David Luiz. Warnock forgot the gates and was on this day the defining frame for ballistics.





 . 3 March: Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk is mocked by the Everton fans at Goodison Park.







 . 9 March: David Silva of Manchester City prepares for a free-kick against Watford at Etihad Stadium.







 . 9 March: 9 James Tomkins Ingets of Crystal Palace are defeated by Glenn Murray of Brighton.







  sixteenth March: Brendan Rogers, manager of Leicester City, smiles as he looks at Burnley.







  30th March: Crystal Palace's Wilfred Zaha warms up in front of the Crystal Palace-Huddersfield Town Premier League game at Selhurst Park.







  31st March: Cardiff manager Neil Warnock has words with Chelsea player David Luiz.







  31st March: Mohamed Salah from Liverpool scores the winning goal against Tottenham Hotspur in Anfield.



April

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Many months overdue, and since their short title hopes had already passed, Tottenham finally left Wembley and moved to their new home. And what a home. Designed by Christopher Lee, the 62,062-seat stadium cost £ 1 billion and was lit by pre-match pyrotechnics for the premier league Premier League game against Crystal Palace. Tottenham's son Heung-Min was the first player to hit there when he led the Lilywhites to a victorious start on home soil, but the backs obviously led to the immense spectacle that preceded them.





 . 3 April: Fireworks just before the kick-off against Crystal Palace in the first game at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.







  27th April: Shane Long from Southampton celebrates after the first goal of his team against Bournemouth at St. Mary's Stadium.







  27th April: Brighton keeper Matthew Ryan is challenged by Newcastle's Yoshinori Muto.







  28th April: Burnley's Matthew Lowton can not stop Sergio Aguero from Manchester City.







  28th April: Sergio Aguero from Manchester City celebrates after the first goal of his team against Burnley.



May

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Vincent Kompany's unexpected howitzer against Leicester was a crucial goal in the title race. However, the strike was so unexpected that almost no photographers were ready. To be fair, Leicester's defenders were still. Kompany had not met the target from outside since 2013 and even his manager and teammates asked him not to give it a try. The resulting image, seen from the opposite end of the field, captures the net bulge. Of course we would have liked to get better pictures of the strike itself, but somehow that feels pretty fitting after the strike – a moment when no one in the stadium has fully grasped the success of Kompany from 25 yards. Although the last day of the season gave the Liverpool fans a brief hope, it was Pep Guardiola, not Klopp, who was thrown into the air at the final whistle.





 . 4 May: Crystal Palace player Andros Townsend celebrates the third goal after his goal during the Premier League match between Cardiff City and Crystal Palace at Cardiff City Stadium.







 . 4 May: Divock Origi scores the late winner for Liverpool in a 3-2 win in Newcastle.







 . 5 May: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang of Arsenal keeps his step after a collision with Brighton.







 . 5 May: Isaac Mbenza from Huddersfield celebrates his goal against Manchester United at the John Smith Stadium.







 . 6 May: Vincent Kompany from Manchester City and Ben Chilwell from Leicester and Harry Maguire fight for the ball.







 . 6 May 2019 Vincent Kompany of Manchester City scores the winning goal against Leicester.







  12th May: Liverpool fans respond to false rumors about the Manchester City standings as they watch out for the Wolves on the final day.







  12th May: Ilkay Gundogan scores the fourth goal for Manchester City against Brighton at the Amex Stadium.







  12th May: Manchester City players throw Pep Guardiola in the air as they celebrate their Premier League win.




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