Today, the EHT released (somewhat blurry as compared to simulations) images of the M87 black hole. Did the image contain anything which might lead to a correction to General Relativity or were all the observations according to what had been predicted?
The observation did indeed confirm general relativity, see e.g. Lisa Grossman wrote in October 2020 for ScienceNews: The first black hole image helped test general relativity in a new way
That iconic image, of the supermassive black hole at the center of the galaxy M87 about 55 million light-years away, showed that the shadow closely matched general relativity’s predictions of its size. [...]
Specifically, the researchers used the size of the black hole to perform what’s known as a “second-order” test of general relativity geared toward boosting confidence in the result. That “can’t really be done in the solar system” because the gravitational field is too weak, says EHT team member Lia Medeiros of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, N.J.