Football Tracker: Fiorentina on fire in Serie A, Chelsea grab much needed win

Football Tracker: Fiorentina on fire in Serie A, Chelsea grab much needed win
Fiorentina thumped Cagliari in Serie A
Fiorentina thumped Cagliari in Serie A
AFP, Flashscore
The weekend was full of scintillating football action and it’s not over yet as the major European leagues continue on Monday night. We will cover all the results and news right here on the Football Tracker.

Monday, October 2nd

23:35 CET - Cristiano Ronaldo (38) is still banging in the goals and he saved Al Nassr’s blushes in the Asian Champions League this evening against Tajik side Istiqlol Dushanbe.

You can catch up on all the day’s results here.

23:02 CET - Over in Spain, a late-late goal from Marc Cardona Rovira (28) gifted Las Palmas all three points against Celta Vigo - the match ended 2-1.

See all the stats and read a match report here.

22:55 CET - Chelsea have beaten their West London rivals Fulham 2-0 at Craven Cottage to notch three desperately needed points in the Premier League.

Early goals from Mykhailo Mudryk (22) and Armando Broja (22) were enough for the Blues.

Check out all the match stats here.

Key match stats

22:47 CET - Fiorentina have moved up into fifth place in Serie A after a convincing 3-0 win over Cagliari, who are still yet to record a league win this campaign. 

You can see all the match stats and read a full report here.

21:22 CET - It didn’t take long for Chelsea to click into gear at Craven Cottage, they are already leading 2-0. 

Follow the match live here.

Over in Spain, Las Palmas are currently taking on Celta Vigo in the only LaLiga game of the day.

20:30 CET - Sassuolo have lost 0-1 to Monza at home thanks to a goal from Lorenzo Colombo (21) for the visitors while Torino and Verona’s match ended goalless in Serie A.

Keep an eye on Fiorentina versus Cagliari here - kick-off is soon!

Key match stats from Sassuolo versus Monza

20:12 CET - Chelsea have started the Premier League season terribly, registering just one win from their first six matches. Their West London neighbours Fulham haven't been much better but still sit above the Blues in the standings. 

Can Mauricio Pochettino get his side’s billionaire-dollar squad back on track or will Marco Silva mastermind an derby-day upset?

Follow the match with our live audio commentary here from 20:55 CET.

18:53 CET - The evening’s Serie A fixtures are underway and you can follow all the action on Flashscore. 

Sassuolo are taking on Monza while Torino are hosting Verona.

Later Cagliari will play Fiortentina.

17:52 CET - Former England and Manchester City striker Francis Lee, who later became the club's chairman, has died at the age of 79, the Premier League side announced on Monday.

"It is with the deepest sadness and heaviest of hearts we announce the passing of former Manchester City player and Chairman Francis Lee," the club said in a statement.

"Franny passed away in the early hours of this morning after a long battle with cancer. His wife Gill and children Charlotte, Jonny and Nik say he will be sorely missed and would like to thank everyone for their kind words."

Read the full story here.

16:45 CET - The big talking point from the weekend’s Premier League action was the dubious offside call given against Liverpool in their loss to Spurs.

Another blunder has caused Flashscore’s Brad Ferguson to wonder - is it time the Premier League turned to foreign referees as well?

15:44 CET - Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has said Antony (23) might return to the squad for their Champions League clash with Galatasaray this week but Lisandro Martinez (25) will not feature and is expected to be out for a lengthy spell.

Read all about that team news here and look ahead to the Champions League fixtures this week here.

13:00 CET - Netflix is set to drop a new docu-series on the life and times of England legend David Beckham (48) this week and the former Manchester United star opens up about the toll his 1998 World Cup red car took on him.

Read more about that here.

9:00 CET - Nottingham Forest manager Steve Cooper said officials had failed to get the key decisions right once again on Sunday, as criticism of referees' body PGMOL following a succession of controversial calls showed no signs of tapering off. 

With officials under even more scrutiny on Sunday, Cooper was upset with the decision to send Moussa Niakhate off in their 1-1 draw with Brentford.

"With it being the only Premier League game of the day, the PGMOL needed a real clean day and unfortunately they have got the opposite," said Cooper.

Read the full story here.

7:10 CET - The weekend might be finished but our Football Tracker continues all the way to the end of today as the final games of the matchday take place. 

In terms of Premier League action, Chelsea go to Fulham, looking for their first league win in over a month.

Meanwhile, in Italy Sassuolo host Monza as they come off consecutive wins against Inter and Juventus. Torino clash with Verona before Fiorentina take on Cagliari.

Celta Vigo head to Las Palmas tonight in LaLiga as well.


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