English Premier League

2018/19 English Premier League – Round 28 – Tottenham suffers defeat to Chelsea in the London derby, while the rest of the ‘original Top 6’ seal maximum points.

Liverpool kept a point lead at the top of the standings through a convincing victory over Watford.
Manchester City kept the title race close with a not-so-convincing home victory against West Ham.
Sergio Aguero scored goal #18 to move up to the top got the Premier League golden boot race.
The race for ‘top four’ is tightening for Tottenham, Arsenal, Manchester United, and Chelsea.

February 26, 2019
Cardiff City 0-3 Everton
Everton – Gylfi Sigurdsson 41’ 66’ Dominic Calvert-Lewin 90+3’

Huddersfield 1-0 Wolves
Huddersfield – Steve Mounie 90’

Leicester City 2-1 Brighton
Leicester City – Demarai Gray 10’ Jamie Vardy 63’
Brighton – Davy Propper 66’

Newcastle United 2-0 Burnley
Newcastle United – Fabian Schar 24’ Sean Longstaff 38’

February 27, 2019
Arsenal 5–1 Bournemouth
Arsenal – Mesut Ozil 4′ Henrikh Mkhitaryan 27′ Laurent Koscielny 47′ Pierre Emerick Aubameyang 59′ Alexandre Lacazette 78′
Bournemouth – Lys Mousset 30′

Southampton 2–0 Fulham
Southampton –Oriol Romeu 23′ James Ward-Prowse 40′

Crystal Palace 1–3 Manchester United
Crystal Palace – Joel Ward 66′
Manchester United – Romelu Lukaku  33′ 52′ Ashley Young 83′

Chelsea 2–0 Tottenham
Chelsea – Pedro Rodriguez 57′ Kieran Tripper 84′(og

Liverpool 5–0 Watford
Liverpool – Sadio Mane 9′ 20′ Divock Origi 66′ Virgil van Djik 79′ 82

Manchester City 1–0 West Ham
Manchester City – Sergio Aguero 59′ (pen)

Gylfi Sigurdsson scored two goals as Everton end a run of successive league defeat at three matches. Cardiff falls in the relegation zone after 3-0 defeat to Everton

Steve Mounie scored a late winner for Huddersfield Town to get their first win in a competitive match since November 25, 2018, against a Wolves side that was unbeaten in their last 8 competitive matches. 14 defeats and a draw during that period. 13 defeats and a draw when only their Premier League matches are counted. It remains a tough fight for bottom-table Huddersfield Town to survive relegation threat.

On the day they announced their new manager Brendan Rogers, Leicester City won their first game since New Year’s day by beating Brighton ‘2-1’.

Burnley goes from beating Tottenham in the last round to losing to Newcastle and falling a point behind them in the league standings.

Mesut Ozil started and starred as his Arsenal side slapped around a struggling Bournemouth side to seal a 5-1 victory at the Emirates Stadium.

Southampton climbs out of the relegation zone by taking advantage of A Fulham side that is also finding a hard time in the Premier League.

Romelu Lukaku scored two goals as Manchester United wins 8 straight matches on the road after beating Crystal Palace.

Excitement builds in the race for a top 4 finish after Chelsea secured an important home win against Tottenham.

Liverpool stamped their authority on the title race after hammering Watford 5-0. Sadio Mane and Virgil van Dijk contributed two goals each to this win.

Sergio Aguero moved to the top of the goalscoring list in the league after getting the only goal of the match from a second-half penalty to see Manchester City pick up an important victory against West Ham.

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