English Premier League

English Premier League after Round 30



Goal Scorers –
Chelsea – Christian Pulisic 27′ Mason Mount 71′
West Brom – Matheus Pereira 45+2′ 45+4′ Callum robinson 63′ 90+1′ Mbaye Diagne 68′

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Leeds – Jack Harrison 12′ Phil Jagielka 49′(og)
Sheffield United – Ben Osborn 45+2′

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Manchester City – Benjamin Mendy 58′ Gabriel Jesus 74′

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Liverpool – Diogo Jota 64′ 82′ Mohamed Salah 68′

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Southampton – Stuart Armstrong 31′ Danny Ings 42′ Nathan Redmond 66′
Burnley – Chris Wood 12′ (pen) Matej Vydra 28′

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Newcastle – Joelinton 28′ Joe Willock 85′
Tottenham – Harry Kane 30′ 34′

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Aston Villa – Trezeguet 78′ 81′ Ollie Watkins 87′
Fulham – Aleksandar Mitrovic 61′

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Manchester United – Marcus Rashford 62′ Mason Greenwood 83′
Brighton – Danny Welbeck 13′

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Everton – James Rodriguez 56′
Crystal Palace – Michy Batshuayi 86′

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Wolves -Leander Dendoncker 44′ Fabio Silva 68′
West Ham – Jesse Lingard 6′ Pablo Fornals 14′ Jarrod Bowen 38′

Manchester City have 7 more games to play and they have a 14 point lead to enjoy.

Manchester United got more comfortable in second place after a win against Brighton allowed them to open a 4 point gap between them and Leicester City.
West Ham took a win in the final game of the round to move back into the top four. Can West Ham be part of Champions League football in the coming season?

Chelsea dropped to 5th after a shock home defeat against West Brom.
Tottenham could only pick up a point.

Liverpool equaled Tottenham in points accumulated. Both of them are a point away from Chelsea; who are a point out of the Champions League qualifying spot that is currently occupied by West Ham.

Arsenal dropped a position for 9th.

West Brom gained three points but remained in the relegation zone with Fulham and Sheffield United.
Newcastle avoiding defeat against Tottenham keeps them right outside the relegation zone.

Harry Kane (Tottenham) -19 goals
Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 18 goals
Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United) – 16 goals

Christian Pulisic put Chelsea a goal up in the 27th minute but things went downhill after that. Thiago Silva was sent off a couple of minutes after the goal, and Chelsea found themselves a goal down when Matheus Pereira scored two goals in the added minutes of the first half. At the break, relegation-zoned (19/20) West Bromwich Albion were 2-1 up at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea. West Brom doubled their scoring in the second half before Chelsea doubled theirs. Callum Robinson came into the game in the 37th minute, and scored two goals in the second-half.

Phil Jagielka’s own goal won it for Leeds against Sheffield United.
Manchester City took another giant step to the league title after a 2-0 win at Leicester.

There were no own-goals to save Arsenal. Arsenal followed up a 3-3 draw with West Ham with a 3-0 defeat at home to Liverpool. Diogo Jota opened and closed the scoring for the match. Jota’s goal sandwiched another from Mohamed Salah to get Liverpool three points from 3-0 win against Arsenal.

Burnley followed up their first league win in 6 games with a defeat at St. Mary’s Stadium. Southampton came from two goals down to get three points at home against Burnley. Nathan Redmond scored the only goal of the second-half to seal three points for Southampton.

Before Joe Willock scored in the 85th minute to get Newcastle a point, Harry Kane scored a brace to get Tottenham into the lead after Joelinton opened the scoring to give Newcastle a winning start.

There were four goals after the hour mark when Aston Villa hosted Fulham. Trezeguet scored two goals to help Aston Villa win their first league game in five. They had to come from a goal down to win 3-1 against Fulham. Fulham have suffered defeat in all games since beating Liverpool at Anfield.

Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood got the goals for Manchester United to turn the game around in the second half. Manchester United came from an early goal down to beat Brighton by 2 goals to 1.

Crystal Palace gets a point against Everton. Michy Batshuayi scored the equalizing goal for Crystal Palace after just 2 minutes on the pitch. Batshuayi scored in the 86th minute to cancel James Rodriguez’s 56th-minute match opening goal. Everton are without a win in their last three league games (2L, 1D).

Jesse Lingard opened the scoring and assisted the winning goal for West Ham to take three points from an away win against Wolves.

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