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The ‘tightest’ and unfinished title races in Europe’s top domestic leagues. – The Bundesliga and the Premier League.

Premier League – Round 36

Two teams with 90+ points leading the pack. There are 21 points between the top two teams in the league and the rest of the league.

None of the four teams (Tottenham, Chelsea, Arsenal, and Manchester United) in the chase for Champions League qualification through the league was able to pick up maximum points from this round.

April 26, 2019
Liverpool 5-0 Huddersfield
Liverpool – Naby Keita 1’ Sadio Mane 23’ 66’ Mohamed Salah 45+1’ 83’

April 27, 2019
Tottenham 0-1 West Ham
West Ham – Michail Antonio 67’

Crystal Palace 0-0 Everton

Fulham 1-0 Cardiff
Fulham -Ryan Babel 79’

Southampton 3-3 Bournemouth
Southampton – Shane Long 12’ James Ward-Prowse 55’ Matt Targett 67’
Bournemouth – Dan Gosling 20’ Callum Wilson 32’ 86’

Watford 1-2 Wolves
Watford – Andre Gray 49’
Wolves – Raul Jimenez 41’

Brighton 1-1 Newcastle
Brighton – Pascal Gross 75’
Newcastle – Ayoze Perez 18’

April 28, 2019
Leicester 3-0 Arsenal
Leicester – Your Tielemans 59’ Jamie Vardy 86’ 90+5’

Burnley 0-1 Manchester City
Manchester City -Sergio Aguero 63’

Manchester United 1-1 Chelsea
Manchester United – Juan Mata 11’
Chelsea – Marcos Alonso 43’

 

The gap in talent between the two sides was on display when Liverpool welcomed relegated Huddersfield Town. Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane scored two goals each as Liverpool dismantled what is left of Huddersfield.

West Ham became the first team to score and a win at Tottenham’s new stadium. Michail Antonio will go down in history as the first visiting player to score on Tottenham’s new grounds

There isn’t a lot left in the league for both teams, so a goalless draw was fine for both Crystal Palace and Everton.

Cardiff survival hopes took a hit after a defeat away to relegated Fulham. Ryan Babel’s scored a banger to drag Cardiff City down with Fulham.

A 6-goal thriller with Bournemouth guaranteed Southampton safety in the league.

Wolves remain the ‘best of the rest’ after a win at Watford

Pascal Gross scored a vital equalizer for Brighton against Newcastle. The 1-1 draw alongside Cardiff’s defeat to Fulham is a major boost for Brighton’s survival in the Premier League.

Leicester City landed a major blow on Arsenal’s top four dreams. Jamie Vardy picked up two more goals in Leicester City’s 3-0 win against Arsenal

Burnley didn’t make it easy, but Manchester City achieved their objective through a Sergio Aguero goal.

Manchester United and Chelsea ended in a ‘1-1’ draw at Old Trafford. Chelsea is the happier of the two sides.

Bundesliga- Round 31

Borussia Dortmund slip-up against Schalke but Bayern Munich failed to fully capitalize on it.
The gap between the top two has increased to two points with just three matches left to play.

April 26, 2019
Augsburg 1-4 Bayer Leverkusen
Augsburg – Kevin Danso 12’
Bayer Leverkusen – Kevin Volland 15’ Kai Havertz 48’ Jonathan Tah 60’ Julian Brandt 88’

April 27, 2019
Borussia Dortmund 2-4 Schalke
Borussia Dortmund – Mario Gotze 14’ Axel Witsel 84’
Schalke – Daniel Caligiuri 18’(pen) 62’ Salif Sane 28’ Breel Embolo 86’

RB Leipzig 2-1 Freiburg
RB Leipzig – Timo Werner 19’ Emil Forsberg 78’(pen)
Freiburg – Vincenzo Grifo 66’

Eintracht Frankfurt 0-0 Hertha Berlin

Hannover 1-0 Mainz
Hannover – Handrik Weydandt 66’

Fortuna Dusseldorf 4-1 Werder Bremen
Fortuna Dusseldorf – Benito Raman 1’ Kenan Karaman 22’ Rouwen Hennings 56’ Markus Suttner 73’
Weder Bremen – Max Kruse 28’(pen)

Stuttgart 1-0 Borussia Monchengladbach
Stuttgart – Anastasios Donis 56’

April 28, 2019
Hoffenheim 1-4 Wolfsburg
Hoffenheim – Adam Szalai 9’
Wolfsburg – William 41’ Wout Weghorst 69’ 88’ Maximilian Arnold 85’

Nurnberg 1-1 Bayern Munich
Nurnberg – Matheus Pereira 48’
Bayern Munich – Serge Gnabry 75’

 

Leverkusen is three points from Champions League qualification after a ‘4-1’ win at Augsburg.

A Revierderby win for Schalke allowed them to dim Dortmund’s hopes of a title-winning season.

RB Leipzig beat Freiburg to seal a spot in next season’s Champions League.

Eintracht Frankfurt plays out a goalless draw at home with Hertha Berlin. The dropped points have left Frankfurt within reach of Borussia Monchengladbach and Bayer Leverkusen.

Bottom table Hannover helped the chance of relegation playoff spot after ‘somehow’ getting a win over Mainz

Werder Bremen suffered their third straight defeat in a competitive match after ending up on the wrong end of a ‘4-1’ score against Fortuna Dusseldorf.

Borussia Monchengladbach failed to take advantage of the ‘Eintracht Frankfurt vs Hertha Berlin’ results. Relegation playoff bound Stuttgart got a home win against a Borussia Monchengladbach side that is pushing for Champions League football qualification for the coming season.

Wolfsburg moved a point away in the standings after handing Hoffenheim a ‘4-1’ defeat.

It could have been worse for Bayern Munich.
A ‘1-1’ draw at Nurnberg denied Bayern Munich from taking the full advantage of Borussia Dortmund’s defeat. A win would have given Bayern a 4 point lead in the title race; with just a maximum of 9 points left to play.

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