English Premier League

The relegation list is completed with three more rounds of the Premier League season to be played.


Goal Scorers –
Manchester City – Raheem Sterling 44′
Chelsea – Hakim Ziyech 63′ Marcos Alonso 90+2′

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Liverpool – Sadio Mane 31′ Thiago Alcantara 90′

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Wolves – Adama Traore 76′ Morgan Gibbs-White 90′
Brighton – Lewis Dunk 13′

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Aston Villa – Bertrand Traore 24′
Manchester United – Bruno Fernandes 52′(pen) Mason Greenwood 56′ Edinson Cavani 87′

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Everton – Dominic Calvert-Lewin 24′

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Arsenal – Emile Smith-Rowe 29′ Nicolas Pepe 35′ Willin 90′
West Brom – Matheus Pereira 67′

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Burnley – Ashley Westwood 35′ Chris Wood 44′

English Premier League after Round 35 – Manchester City didn’t win the league but the relegation list was completed.

Instead of confirming their place as champions, Manchester City suffered defeat to allow Manchester United to use a win against Aston Villa to narrow the point gap to 10 points with a maximum of 15 points left for most clubs.
With the game they have in hand, Manchester United can use a win from their outstanding match to make it a 7-point gap from between the top two teams with 15 points available for both.

Chelsea moved up to third with a late win against Manchester City, dropping Leicester City to fourth after their 4-2 defeat in the opening match of the round.

West Ham’s defeat against Everton kept them 5 points from the top-4 and allowed Liverpool to move a point away with a game in hand.
Tottenham’s defeat to Leeds denied them an opportunity to climb up to 5th.

Arsenal are still 9th even though they found a win to relegate West Brom.
Burnley moved up to 14th after getting a win to relegate Fulham
With West Brom and Fulham relegated, the relegation list completes and now we can pay attention to the title race and the race to qualify for European competitions.

Harry Kane (Tottenham) – 21 goals
Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 20 goals
Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United) – 17 goals
Heung-min Son (Tottenham) – 17 goals

They got two late goals to make the final score a little more respectable, but Leicester City followed up dropping points against Southampton with a defeat at home against Newcastle United. A ‘4-2’ win for Newcastle was the ideal way to bounce back from defeat in the last round and seal their place in the Premier League for another season.

Leeds United beat Tottenham to bounce back from defeat at Brighton with their first win in four league games. Leeds moved 6 points from Tottenham with a maximum of 9 points left in the season for each club.

Playing against relegated Sheffield United gave Crystal Palace the opportunity to win their first in five matches.

Chelsea made another statement by picking up three points against Manchester City. Sergio Aguero missed a penalty that would have doubled Manchester City’s lead whe Marco Alonso in the dying end of the match.

Thiago Alcantara scored his first goal for Liverpool to have his side a 2-0 home victory over Southampton.

Wolves came from behind to win against a 10-man Brighton. Brighton ended the game with 9-men. Lewis Dunk was sent off on a red card in the 53rd minute; 40 minutes after he scored the opening goal of the match to give Brighton the lead, and Neal Maupay was given his red card deep into extra time.

Manchester United won the second half by three goals to bounce from 1-0 down to win away against Aston Villa. With a game in hand and 6 points clear in 2nd place, Manchester United are bound to finish in second place at their worst. At their best and with other results going their way, the improbable might happen. With a maximum of 12 points at their disposal, Manchester United’s victory has them 10 points from Manchester City.

Everton dragged West Ham further from the Champions League qualifying spot. Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s 24th minute goal was enough to see Everton bounce from defeat to Aston Villa with a 1-0 win against West Ham.

Arsenal couldn’t keep a clean sheet but relegated West Brom with a 3-1 victory.
Fulham are relegated from the Premier League after a 2-0 home defeat to Burnley.

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