Manchester City champion of England at the end of the madness

Manchester City champion of England at the end of the madness

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At the end of a last multiplex with many comings and goings, Manchester City got very scared against Aston Villa, before turning it all over in a few minutes to allow themselves the title of champion of England. Winner at the end of Wolverhampton, Liverpool believed in it, but continues to fail behind the The citizens. Tottenham retained fourth place by beating Norwich, while Leeds held on at the expense of relegated Championship side Burnley.

With their backs to the wall, Manchester City ousted Aston Villa in five minutes. The relaxation of the early hours of the afternoon, after the players entered the Etihad lawn with their children in their arms, however, gradually gave way to nervousness. The city can turn the leather around the four corners of the meadow, these are the villains Who Strikes First: On a Digne cross, it’s Matty Cash who catapults the ball into the back. Gabriel Jesus and the The citizens The sound climbs several steps after returning from the locker room, but the Brazilian falls short. Leaving his camp, Watkins nearly extinguished Manchester. A mission assumed by Coutinho, author of a superb sequence to puncture City. But that counted without the total madness that seizes the Mancunians, ten years after the magical memory of Agüero’s goal in added time against QPR. In the span of five minutes out of time, Gündoğan – with a header and then from close range on a De Bruyne cross – and Rodri with a placed shot sent the stadium into total euphoria. At the end of one last completely crazy multiplex, Manchester City is crowned champion of England, and the pitch of the Etihad is invaded.

However, Liverpool won against Wolves in vain. How to start badly a crucial match in a lesson? Watching Konaté misjudge the trajectory on a long ball, letting Jiménez slip in and cross the line for Neto. With their backs to the entrance wall, the Reds quickly build a seat around the surface of the Wolves, but Luis Diaz fails. In a brilliant deviation from Thiago Alcántara, it is Sadio Mané who will resurrect Anfield. In a thread with each Wolverhamtpon counter, Liverpool pushes harder and harder throughout the minutes. The Senegalese thinks of capsizing an entire city in a drunken state, but the flag is raised, just before Jota shoots his partner. And while Manchester City conceded a second goal to Villa, the banks of the Mersey are shaking more and more strongly with each offensive by Jürgen Klopp’s gang. But we’ll have to wait until the final minutes to see Salah turn the game around after a stir from a corner, before Robertson invites himself to the party. Bad luck, meanwhile, the The citizens it overturned everything a few tens of kilometers away.

Tottenham in the Champions League, United in the Europa League

A little further down the table, Tottenham did not leave the slightest suspense in the race for the last jump spot in the Champions League. Quickly to the front thanks to Kulusevski then Kane, the Spurs Win without trembling in Norwich, which says goodbye to the Premier League. Kulusevski, again, then Heung-min Son with a brace also join in the celebration. Too bad for Arsenal, who also did the job at the Emirates Stadium against Everton, officially held during the week. Martinelli’s penalty and then Nketiah gave a comfortable lead that the Londoners spoiled just before the break against Van de Beek. Unless this Arsenal doesn’t panic and widen the gap after the rest of Cedric, Gabriel Magalhaes and Ødegaard.

In the race for sixth place, Manchester United are miraculous despite their loss to Crystal Palace. The end of a season to forget for the Red Devils, beaten by a pawn by Zaha late in the first half, but retaining sixth place at the expense of West Ham. However, pitched perfectly by his serial scorer Michail Antonio, the hammers they finally gave in to Brighton, strengthened by Veltman, Gross and Welbeck in the second half. Londoners will settle for a ticket to the Europa League Conference.

Leeds kept, Burnley relegated

Finally, the last challenge of the afternoon: who from Leeds or Burnley would join Watford and Norwich in the Championship next season? Reply to claret. Quickly headed in a penalty from Wilson, the latter eventually lost to a brace from the forward from magpies, despite Maxwel Cornet’s score reduction. A defeat that made Leeds very happy, who thought they found the foul by Gelhardt, finally signaled offside in the first half. But who won despite everything thanks to a penalty from Raphinha and a goal in extra time from Harrison after the equalizer signed Canós. The White clothes come back from hell

Finally, in the two games without stake of the day, Chelsea validated its third place by dominating Watford thanks to Havertz and Barkley, despite Gosling’s equalizer. Finally, Leicester finished on a high note by dominating Southampton after Maddison was still a goalscorer, imitated by Vardy and Ayoze Pérez, against a Ward-Prowse penalty.

Brighton 3-1 West Ham

Goals: Veltman (50Y), gross (80Y) and Welbeck (90Y+2) for the Gulls // Antonio (40Y) for hammers

Leicester 4-1 Southampton

Goals: Madison (49Y), Vardi (74Y) and A. Perez (81Y and 90Y+6) for Foxes // Ward-Prowse (79YSP) for Saints

Brentford 1-2 Leeds

Goals: Spouts (78Y) for bees // Raphinha (56YMS) and Harrison (90Y+4) for whites

Burnley 1-2 Newcastle

Goals: Cornet (69Y) for the Clarets // Wilson (20YSP and 60Y) for magpies

Crystal Palace 1-0 Manchester United

Goal: Zaha (37Y)

Manchester City 3-2 Aston Villa

Goals: Gundogan (76Y and 81Y) and Rodrigo (79Y) for Citizens // Cash (37Y) and Coutinho (69Y)

Arsenal 5-1 Everton

Goals: Martinelli (27YESP), Nketiah (31Y), Cedric (56Y), G. Magalhaes (59Y) and Ødegaard (82Ye) for the Gunners // Van de Beek (45Y+3) for candies

Liverpool 3-1 Wolverhampton

Goals: Mané (24Y), Salah (84Y) and Robertson (89Y) for the Reds // Net (3Y) for wolves

Chelsea 2-1 Watford

Goals: Havertz (11Y) and Barkley (90Y+1) // gosling (87Y) for Hornets

Norwich 0-5 Tottenham

Goals: Kulusevsky (16Y and 64Y), Kane (32Y) and Sound (70Y and 75Y) for the Spurs

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