Manchester City’s 3-1 win over Leicester was followed by a 2-2 loss to West Ham in yesterday’s Premier League matchday 31. The Gunners led 2-0 through Jesus and Odegaard, but Mikel Arteta’s men were caught out by goals from Benrahma and Bowen, while Saka missed a penalty on the hour mark.
Manchester United’s 2-0 win away to Nottingham Forest on Sunday was a logical outcome to the Premier League’s 31st round of matches. The Red Devils’ first-half dominance was rewarded with a goal from Antony after a shot from Martial was saved by Navas (32nd). The Brazilian was again instrumental in setting up Dalot for the second goal (76th).
Arsenal are still top of the table but are only four points clear of Manchester City, who have played one game less. Erik ten Hag’s team climbed to third place, three points ahead of Newcastle and six ahead of Tottenham.
Manchester City’s 3-1 win over Leicester on Saturday in the 31st round of the Premier League was the 10th straight victory in all competitions and the sixth in the league. It was the first time in the history of the club’s history that a team has been able to win a match,” said the former Manchester City manager. “It was a great win for the team, and it was a great win for the team,” he added. The Norwegian became, with his second goal, the joint-record holder for goals (32) in a whole season of the PL with Salah. The Norwegian striker continues to set the record books alight in his first season with Manchester City.
Aston Villa beat Newcastle 3-0 in the 31st round of the Premier League at Birmingham’s Villa Park on Saturday. Jacob Ramsey opened the scoring and Ollie Watkins, who had already scored the assist for the first goal, scored twice (65th, 84th).
Tottenham can feel bad about themselves! The London club lost to Bournemouth (2-3) on Saturday in the 31st round of the Premier League. Vina and Solanke were the first to reply to Son’s opener, but Danjuma scored the equaliser in the closing stages of the game to salvage a point for Spurs. But the former Lorient man Ouattara (90th+5) finally put the Tottenham Stadium to bed at the end of the suspense.
Chelsea is in a bad way now. Chelsea’s defeat at home to Brighton (1-2) in the Premier League on Saturday was their third defeat in all competitions. It’s not just a matter of the team being beaten, it’s a matter of the team being beaten,” he said. “It’s a matter of the team being beaten; it’s a matter of the team being beaten.