Premier League, Sheffield United | Berge played the whole match when Sheffield United lost to West Ham


The Norwegian’s (22) club has captured a poor point in nine games in the Premier League. This is how it smells like relegation.


Sander Berge and Sheffield United are still without a win in the Premier League this season. On Sunday, there was a loss at home against West Ham.

Striker Sebastien Haller scored the only goal of the match around ten minutes into the second half. The Ivorian hammered the ball into the crossbar from around 17 meters.

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Sheffield United were on a par with the guests from London throughout much of the match, but it didn’t quite work out for Berge and his teammates.

Oliver McBurnie had several good chances for the hosts during the match and especially after 75 minutes he was close to an equalizer. The striker was played alone through with goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski, but put the ball in the crossbar and out.

Sander Berge played for the home team from the start, after there was some doubt after the national team period whether the 22-year-old could play in the wake of the positive corona test of Omar Elabdellaoui during the gathering with Norway.

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Berge played the whole match

The midfielder remained on the field throughout the match.

However, it is a serious joke for Sheffield United’s Premier League existence now. The club has only collected one poor point in the first nine games.

Berge’s club is thus at the very bottom of the table.

West Ham, for their part, have had a good start to the season, after it looked a bit dark after the very first games this season. David Moyes and his men are now booked with 14 points from nine games and are currently in eighth place.


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