Premiership (England)

Premier League – Round 38 (Congratulations Chelsea)

 

Top Four

1. Chelsea
2. Tottenham Hotspur
3. Manchester City
4. Liverpool

Bottom Four

17. Watford
18. Hull City
19. Middlesbrough
20. Sunderland

 

Goals Scored:: 37

 

Premier League

May 21, 2017

Arsenal              3-1        Everton

Hector Bellerin 8’                          Romelu Lukaku 58’
Alexis Sanchez 27’
Aaron Ramsey 90’+1’

FBL-ENG-PR-ARSENAL-EVERTON : News Photo

Arsenal will participate in the 2017/18 UEFA Europa League.

For the first time under Arsene Wenger, Arsenal will finish outside the top four in the final league standings of the Premier League.

Even with a numerical disadvantage, Arsenal did their part and finished the season with a victory at home to complete a 5-game winning streak that saw them end their season a point away from a top four finish.

 

Burnley          1-2        West Ham

Sam Vokes 23’                            Sofiane Feghouli 27’
                                                    Andre Ayew 72’

Burnley v West Ham United - Premier League : News Photo

It has been a tough season for West Ham but they saw the season off with victory away at Burnley.

 

Chelsea             5-1         Sunderland

Willian 8’                                           Javier Manquillo 3’
Eden Hazard 61’
Pedro Rodriguez 78’
Michy Batshuayi 90’ 90’+3’

Chelsea v Sunderland - Premier League : News Photo

This is what we expect when the team at top of the league table side meets the team at the bottom. The title winners ended the season as title winners should.

The pregame to the party was done right as Chelsea dismantled Sunderland in the second-half to show the gap in class between the two sides.

 

 

Hull City            1-7           Tottenham Hotspur

Sam Clucas 66’                                        Harry Kane 11’ 13’ 72’
                                                                 Dele Alli 45’+2’
                                                                 Victor Wanyama 69’
                                                                Ben Davies 84’
                                                                Toby ALderweireld 87’

Hull City v Tottenham Hotspur - Premier League : News Photo

Tottenham finished as the second best team in the league and did it with a banger.

Harry Kane scored a hat-trick to finish as the league’s top goalscorer (29 goals) in their thrashing of relegated Hull City.  

 

Leicester City          1-1        AFC Bournemouth

Jamie Vardy 51’                                         Junior Stanislas 1’

Last season’s champions finished the season with a point at home against AFC Bournemouth. Leicester City finished outside the top half for the league table.

 

Liverpool              3-0           Middlesbrough

Georginio Wijnaldum 45’+1’
Philippe Coutinho 51’
Adam Lallana 56’

Liverpool v Middlesbrough - Premier League : News Photo

Liverpool got the result to keep them in the top four. And with Arsenal coming big at home against Everton, Liverpool couldn’t have afforded any other result.

 

Manchester United     2-0       Crystal Palace

Josh Harrop 15’
Paul Pogba 19’

Manchester United v Crystal Palace - Premier League : News Photo

Despite filling the line-up with youth players, Manchester United did not have a difficult time dealing win Crystal Palace.

 

Southampton            0-1        Stoke City

                                                                        Peter Crouch 60’

Southampton v Stoke City - Premier League - St Mary's Stadium : News Photo

Southampton fell at home to Stoke City. It was Stoke City’s first victory in five matches.

 

Swansea City         2- 1         West Bromwich Albion

Jordan Ayew 72’                                         Jonny Evans 33’
Fernando Llorente 86’

Swansea City v West Bromwich Albion - Premier League : News Photo

Swansea City scored two second half goal to come from a goal down to win their final home game of the season.

 

Watford                0-5        Manchester City

                                                                 Vincent Kompany 5’
                                                                 Sergio Aguero 23’ 36’
                                                                 Fernandinho 41’
                                                                Gabriel Jesus 58’

2017 Premier League Watford v Manchester City May 21st : News Photo

Direct qualification to the 2017/18 UEFA Champions League group stage was sealed by Manchester City after a comfortable afternoon at Watford.

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