West Bromwich Albion – Liverpool 1: 2
Liverpool are doing everything they can to keep dreaming of participating in the Champions League next season. It’s 1: 1 at West Brom. The fifth minute of injury time is already running. The Reds need to win. at all. So goalkeeper Allison is moving forward. The wing is coming. And as if he had done nothing else, the Brazilian goalkeeper irretrievably nodded the ball into the net. 2-1 for Liverpool – what an unforgettable end! And now – only two laps left – Klopp’s side are just one point behind fourth-placed Chelsea.
Objectives: 15. Robson Kano 1: 0, 33. Salah 1: 1, 90. + 5 Allison 1: 2.
The Swiss: Xherdan Shaqiri comes as an alternative for guests at 59.
Tottenham-Wolverhampton 2: 0
After another mixed results, Tottenham won the next win over Wolverhampton. It’s a tough game in which neither team will shine. Tottenham don’t have to do this to clear the three points: Wolverhampton, as is often the case this season, is simply too weak without regular striker Raul Jimenez. Nuno Espirito Santo’s side served well with the final score of 2–0: Harry Kane and his teammates failed three times on housing. The result is unlikely to have a significant impact on Tottenham’s seasonal balance sheet. While Tottenham are almost certain to qualify for the European League, they will need a lot of support in the last two rounds in order to be able to play in the Champions League next year.
Objectives: 45. Kane 1: 0, 62. Hogberg 2: 0.
Crystal Palace – Aston Villa 3: 2
Aston Villa twice took the lead in South London but the points remain with Crystal Palace. And you deserve it! In the second half, he attends the Eagles under former coach Natee Hodgson. First, there is the equalizing goal through a will from Zaha, then Mitchell stands just before the end after a chaos in the Villa penalty area and pushes the ball with his chest over the goal line.
Objectives: 17. McGinn 0: 1, 32. Pentiki 1: 1, 34. Al-Ghazi 1: 2, 75. Zaha 2: 2, 84. Mitchell 3: 2.
Everton-Sheffield 0: 1
In fact, Everton is playing their best season in a long time. But after the first leg at home to bottom-of-the-table, Sheffield coach Ancelotti slipped, looking pretty empty. His dessert may still spoil the international business straight at home. By the way, United’s golden goal marksman, Daniel Gibison, is only 17 years old. Newcomer slips out after Robinson’s awesome prep work.
Target: 7. Gibson 0: 1.
In front of 21,000 fans at Wembley Stadium, Leicester City won the FA Cup for the first time in club history – and how. The final against Chelsea is hard to beat in terms of tension and emotion. After a difficult first half, Yuri Tilmans shone in the 63rd minute, shooting it from a distance of 25 meters, and the ball flashed to the left crossbar. The goal of the dream at the moment of the dream. Chelsea hit back, substituting striker after striker, Wall Leicester. The climax of the drama came in the 90th minute: former Leicester defender Ben Chilwell hits a long ball in front of Casper Schmeichel. His testimony bounces off many Foxes defenders – and from there on to goal. Cheers Chelsea. But then, VAR technology pulls the group box and controls: Chilwell is massive infiltration. Leicester’s 6,000 fans celebrated the decision as a second goal. The scenes following the referee’s release of the match whistle a few minutes later are reminiscent of 2016 when Leicester won the Premier League. In terms of individuals, too: Casper Schmeichel, Jimmy Vardy and even 37-year-old West Morgan, who has played just 16 minutes this season, are on the field.
Target: 63. Tielemans 0: 1
Burnley-Leeds United 0: 4
Objectives: 44. Clich 0: 1, 60. Harrison 0: 2, 77. Rodrigo 0: 3, 79. Rodrigo 0: 4.
Southampton-Fulham 3: 1
Objectives: 27. Adams 1: 0, 60. Tila 2: 0, 75. Carvalho 2: 1, 82. Walcott 3: 1.
The Swiss: Alexander Jankwitz is not in the Southampton squad.
Brighton – West Ham 1: 1
Objectives: 84. Welbeck 1: 0, 87. Bin Rahma 1: 1.
Newcastle-Manchester City 3: 4
Before the match, the hosts are in line – Manchester City are the champions of the remaining two matches. What follows is a masterful performance. But with a lot of headwinds. After 25 minutes, Craveth puts the outside party first – the citizens can respond. Newcastle was not defeated, and thanks to Julinton and Willock, they even changed the game. Then it was time for Ferrand Torres’ strikes. He hits twice within two minutes and is still winning his team. For City, it was the twelfth successive victory. No team has ever achieved this in the Premier League in England.
By the way: Scott Carson (35) makes his Premier League debut in ten years against the visitors. And you must reach behind you three times.
Objectives: 25. Krafth 1: 0, 39. Cancelo 1: 1, 42. Torres 1: 2, 45. + 6 Joelinton (Pen.) 2: 2, 62. Willock 3: 2, 64. Torres 3: 3, 66. Towers 3: 4.
Chelsea-Arsenal 0: 1
Arsenal completed the double against their London rivals by beating Chelsea. The gunners must tremble a lot. After 16 minutes, Granit Xhaka got ahead in a strange way: Jorginho responded to goalkeeper Kepa – but he was not on the goal, but just a few meters away. The Spaniard barely reaches the ball, but can only hit it with Pierre Emerick Aubameyang’s foot. The Gabonese will face Emile Smith Roe, who just has to dash towards the empty goal. After that, North Londoners walled behind whatever it took – with success. In the final stage, the home team scored the equalizer again, but the Blues hit the case twice.
Target: 16. Smith Row 0: 1
The Swiss: The Xhaka granite is locked missing.
Manchester United-Leicester City 1: 2
United fans would not be happy with it: with a 1: 2 defeat to Leicester, of all people, the Red Devils crown their local rivals Manchester City as champions. This is the seventh citizenship title in the club’s history. In the third of four matches in eight days, coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is spinning hard – and that has consequences: Leicester advance against inexperienced United team ten minutes later through Luke Thomas. In the 15th minute, Mason Greenwood – one of the only players who had actually played against Aston Villa on Sunday – met for a draw, but Leicester City finally chanted: Caglar Söyüncü decides the match in the 66th minute – and the title race.
Objectives: 10. Thomas 0: 1, 15. Greenwood 1: 1, 66. Söyüncü 1: 2.
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