With four rounds to go, on Sunday after four games played, nothing is more clearer than before. The Spurs sinked Arsenal and continued their hunt for the Blues, while Man Utd and Man City were denied, leaving the Champions league places wide open.
Match Highlights Manchester United 1 Swansea City 1 The Red Devils suffered a big blow to their top-four, meaning Champions league hopes as Swansea City held them to yet another draw at Old Trafford. Wayne Rooney in the injury time of the first half, scored an opener for Manchester United, but Mourinho’s men were powerless when Swansea’s set-piece maestro stole a point from them from a freekick, which increased the hopes of avoiding Premier league drop for the Swans.
Match Highlights Middlesbrough 2 Manchester City 2 Neither the second club from Manchester managed to get all three points. The Citizens twice were behind, courtesy of goals from Negredo 38′ and Chambers 77′, but Pep Guardiola’s men responded both times, first trough Agüero in the 69th minute and in the 85th minute trough Gabriel Jesus. With shared points, Middlesbrough remain the 19th placed team while Man City sit on the 4th place, the last one which leads into Champions league competition next season, having one point less than the Reds and one more than Man Utd.
Match Highlights Everton 0 Chelsea 3
Chelsea passed their final big Premier League test as they beat Everton 3-0 at Goodison Park thanks to a second-half show on Sunday at the Goodison Park. After a goalless first half, the Blues opened the scoring trough Pedro’s stunner in the 66th minute. Cahill in the 79th minute raised the score to 2-0, while Willian in the 86th minute sealed a high 3-0 win which pushed Conte’s men closer to the Premier league title with only four rounds until the end.
Match Highlights Tottenham 2 Arsenal 0 Tottenham Hotspur kept Premier League title challenge on track thanks to 2-0 win over Arsenal. A win which kept the Spurs four points behind the league toppers, Chelsea, but also a win against the Gunners which might end their chances of reaching the top four place. After a goalless first half, tree minutes of the next half Tottenham needed to score two and to seal the north London derby win. Alli scored an opener in the 55th minute while Kane from a penalty raised the score to final result, 2-0, in the 58th minute.
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