Premiership (England)

Premier League – Round 35

 

Top Four
1. Chelsea
2. Tottenham Hotspur
3. Liverpool
4. Manchester City
Bottom Four
17. Hull City
18. Swansea City
19. Middlesbrough
20. Sunderland

 

Goals Scored:: 16

 

Premier League

April 29, 2017

Southampton         0-0          Hull City

 

Hull fought for a point at Southampton to help them in their fight to remain in the Premier League in the coming season.

 

Stoke City      0-0         West Ham United

 

It was another draw between Stoke City and West Ham United in the 2016/17 Premier League season. Unlike the first meeting, this match delivered no goals.

 

Sunderland       0-1        AFC Bournemouth

                                          Joshua Kings 88’

Sunderland v AFC Bournemouth - Premier League : News Photo

It’s been long and tough season for Sunderland and supporters will be hoping for a quick return to the Premier League. Sunderland was relegated after suffering a home defeat to AFC Bournemouth.

 

West Bromwich Albion    0-1     Leicester City

                                                        Jamie Vardy  43’

West Bromwich Albion v Leicester City - Premier League - The Hawthorns : News Photo

It was the typical and efficient Leicester City performance to grab maximum points away against West Bromwich Albion.

 

Crystal Palace       0-2        Burnley

                                             Ashley Barnes 7’
                                             Andre Gray 85’

2017 EPL Premier League football Crystal Palace v Burnley Apr 29th : News Photo

Burnley got their first away victory of the season at Selhurst Park.

Crystal Palace failed to wrap up a victory before they go into their last three fixtures of the season which will  involve both Manchester teams and relegation-threatened Hull City.  

 

April 30, 2017

Manchester United     1-1    Swansea City

Wayne Rooney 45’+3’         Gylfi Sigurdsson 79’

Manchester United dropped two points at home to Swansea City after Gylfi Sigurdsson’s freekick gave Swansea City a very valuable point in their fight for safety in the league.

 

Everton        0-3       Chelsea

                               Pedro Rodriguez 66’
                               Gary Cahill 79’
                               Willian 86’

Everton v Chelsea - Premier League : News Photo

Chelsea is not feeling any pressure as they picked up another victory as they march towards another league title.  

Three goals in the second-half was how Chelsea picked three points away against Everton.

 

Middlesbrough    2-2    Manchester City

Alvaro Negredo 38’     Sergio Aguero 69’(pen)
Calum Chambers 77’  Gabriel Jesus 85’

 

Manchester City had to come from a goal down on two occasions to leave Middlesbrough with a point.

Middlesbrough was hoping to hold on to their lead to grab three important points in their fight to avoid a quick return back to the Championship.

 

Tottenham Hotspur    2-0    Arsenal

Dele Alli 55’
Harry Kane 58’(pen)

Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal - Premier League : News Photo

North London was White!.

Two quick goals in the second half handed Tottenham a home victory.

Tottenham Hotspur kept up pace with Chelsea at the top of the league table while taking all three points at the expense of their bitter local rival Arsenal.

 

May 1, 2017

Watford        0-1      Liverpool

                             Emre Can 45’+2’

Watford v Liverpool - Premier League : News Photo

Emre Can scored a beauty to give Liverpool the only goal of the match and a valuable three points to help secure their place in the top four in the league standings.

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