English Premier League

The Premier League : Arsenal dropped points but were not punished because Manchester City did the same.




Chelsea 0-0 Fulham
Everton 1-0 Arsenal
Aston Villa 2-4 Leicester City
Brentford 3-0 Southampton
Brighton 1-0 Bournemouth
Manchester United 2-1 Crystal Palace
Wolves 3-0 Liverpool
Newcastle 1-1 West Ham
Nottingham Forest 1-0 Leeds United
Tottenham 1-0 Manchester City

Arsenal and Manchester City were both playing away from home and were both on the wrong end of a ‘1-0’ score.
Manchester United was the only side in the ‘top 4’ that picked up a win.
Newcastle dropped points and a position after a 1-1 draw with West Ham.
Manchester United and Newcastle joined the 40 and up, while Tottenham offers help to Arsenal’s title race.
Everton got closer to the exit of the relegation zone with their 1-0 win over Arsenal, while Tottenham got closer to the entrance of a Champions League qualification spot.
Liverpool dropped a position down to 10th after a defeat against Wolves.
Despite opening their wallet over the winter transfer window, Chelsea could only pick up a point from a goalless draw with Fulham.
Southampton is unmoved at the bottom of the league.



1 | Arsenal ( 20 ) – 50 points
2 | Manchester City ( 21 ) – 45 points
3 | Manchester United ( 21 ) – 42 points
4 | Newcastle United ( 21 ) – 40 points
5 | Tottenham Hotspur ( 22 ) – 39 points
6 | Brighton & Hove Albion ( 20 ) – 34 points
7 | Brentford ( 21 ) – 33 points
8 | Fulham ( 22 ) – 32 points
9 | Chelsea ( 21 ) – 30 points
10 | Liverpool ( 20 ) – 29 points
11 | Aston Villa ( 21 ) – 28 points
12 | Crystal Palace ( 21 ) – 24 points
13 | Nottingham Forest ( 21 ) – 24 points
14 | Leicester City ( 21 ) – 21 points
15 | Wolverhampton Wanderers ( 21 ) – 20 points
16 | West Ham United ( 21 ) – 19 points
17 | Leeds United ( 20 ) – 18 points
18 | Everton ( 21 ) – 18 points
19 | Bournemouth ( 21 ) – 17 points
20 | Southampton ( 21 ) – 15 points

Fulham will end the season with a 2-1 aggregate win in the West London derby against Chelsea. Chelsea followed a goalless league draw at Anfield against Liverpool with another goalless draw at home against Fulham.

An Everton side that hadn’t won a league game in their previous 8 fixtures was able to hand Arsenal a second league defeat of the season. The result is the boost Everton needed in their battle to avoid relegation.  

Leicester City came from a goal down on two occasions before going on to add two more goals for a ‘4-2’ away victory against Aston Villa.
It was Aston Villa’s first defeat in five league matches and Leicester City’s first win in six league matches.

After scoring a late winner against Liverpool to advance Brighton in the FA Cup, Kaoru Mitoma scored another late goal to get Brighton the three points in the league against Bournemouth.

Manchester United ended the match with 10 men after Casemiro picked up a red card in the 70th minute for violent conduct, but they held on to a 2-1 lead to pick up three points at home against Crystal Palace.

Things just got worse for Liverpool as they suffered their third league defeat in their last four. 
Joel Matip’s own goal got Liverpool a goal behind in the 5th minute, Craig Dawson doubled Wolverhampton’s lead in the 12th minute, and Ruben Neves scored the only goal of the second half to hand Wolves a 3-0 win against Liverpool.

Harry Kane’s 200th Premier League goal was celebrated by fans of Tottenham and Arsenal.
Tottenham gave Arsenal a helping hand in the title race.
Harry Kane becomes Tottenham’s all-time record goal scorer when he scored the only goal of the match in the 15th minute to get Tottenham a 1-0 win against a Manchester City side that had come to look for a result to close in on Arsenal.

Harry Kane becomes the third man to score 200 Premier League goals.

– Alan Shearer – 260 goals
– Wayne Rooney – 208 goals
– Harry Kane – 200 goals

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