Saturday Nov 03, 2018. 18:47
Thank you for joining us on AfricanFootball.com for our African Stars Watch of players in action on the European continent on Saturday, 3 November 2018.
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We wrap up today's ASW with the final scores from the afternoon matches in the Premier League. Wilfred Ndidi's
Leicester City won 1-0 away to Cardiff; Idrissa Gueye's
Everton triumphed 3-1 at home to Brighton; West Ham defeated Burnley 4-2 in London; and Mohamed Diame's
Newcastle United got their first win of the season as they edged Isaac Success'
Half time in Ligue 1, where Lyon have a 1-0 lead at home to Bordeaux. In England, West Ham are back in front against Burnley, leading 3-2 thanks to a second goal from Felipe Anderson.
Everton have opened up a 3-1 lead over Brighton thanks to a second goal from Richarlison, while Burnley have drawn level at 2-2 away to West Ham.
Kicking off at 19h30 is the final Bundesliga match of the day, which sees Salomon Kalou
start for Hertha Berlin at home to RB Leipzig.
Full time in the Bundesliga's afternoon matches, where Nabil Bentaleb
opened the scoring for Schalke in their 3-1 win over Hannover; Nuhu Kasim's
Hoffenheim claimed a 4-1 away win at Leverkusen; Achraf Hakimi's
Dortmund edged Wolfsburg 1-0; Augsburg and Nurnberg drew 2-2; and Bayern Munich were held 1-1 by Freiburg.
Ayoze Perez has scored for Newcastle United to put them 1-0 up at home to Isaac Success'
In England, Idrissa Gueye's
Everton are back in front against Brighton, while Wilfred Ndidi's
Leicester City have claimed a 1-0 lead away to Cardiff.
We're 10 minutes into the first Ligue 1 match of the day, which sees Francois Kamano
and Younousse Sankhare
in the Bordeaux starting XI for their trip to Olympique Lyon.
Done and dusted in the early game in Italy, where Keita Balde
provided an assist for Inter Milan's fourth goal in a 5-0 triumph at home to Genoa.
Half time in the Premier League matches: Sol Bamba
made a controversial block with his arm on the goal line (which went unpunished) to see Cardiff City holding Leicester 0-0; Newcastle United are goalless at home to Isaac Success'
Watford; Idrissa Gueye's
Everton are drawing 1-1 with Brighton; and Burnley have equalised away to West Ham United.
17h40 - Idrissa Gueye's
Everton are drawing 1-1 at home to Brighton, with a fine strike from Richarlison cancelled out by a goal from defender Lewis Dunk.
Inter have brought Keita Balde
off the bench as they look for more goals against Genoa, while Cardiff City's Sol Bamba
and Bruno Ecuele
are keeping a clean sheet against Leicester so far in the Premier League.
The first goal in England's afternoon matches sees West Ham 1-0 up at home to Burnley thanks to a strike from Marko Arnautovic. In Italy, Christian Kouame's
Genoa are now 3-0 down at Inter.
Exciting stuff as we approach half time of the Bundesliga matches, with Nuhu Kasim's
Hoffenheim 2-1 up away to Leverkusen and Achraf Hakimi's
Dortmund 1-0 up at Wolfsburg.
The final Premier League match kicking off in five minutes sees Mohamed Diame
start for Newcastle United at home to Watford, who have Isaac Success
leading their attack.
Half time in Italy's early Serie A game, where Christian Kouame's
Genoa are 2-0 down away to Internazionale. In 10 minutes in England, Idrissa Gueye
and Gaetan Bong
will come up against each other in the Everton v Brighton & Hove Albion clash, while Arthur Masuaku
is on the bench for West Ham United at home to Burnley.
The first of four Premier League matches kicking off at 17h00 sees Sol Bamba
and Bruno Ecuele
start in defence for Cardiff City at home to Leicester City, who have Wilfred Ndidi
in their XI, as well as Fousseni Diabate
and Kelechi Iheanacho
on the bench.
Earlier today, Nabil El Zhar, Youssef En Nesyri
and Kenneth Omeruo
helped Leganes claim a 1-1 draw at home to Thomas Partey's
Atletico Madrid in La Liga.
We begin today's ASW with news of five matches kicking off right now in the German Bundesliga. Nuhu Kasim
starts for Hoffenheim away to Bayer Leverkusen; Nabil Bentaleb
and Salif Sane
start for Schalke at home to Hannover, who feature Ihlas Bebou
; and Marcel Tisserand
comes up against Achraf Hakimi
in the Wolfsburg v Borussia Dortmund clash. The other two games are Augsburg v Nurnberg and Bayern Munich v Freiburg.