Monday, May 29, 2023

Manchester City won the Premier League for the third time in a row after defeating Arsenal

The first title was also confirmed on Saturday by winning their third consecutive Premier League championship – and ninth title in the first division in their 143-year history – thanks to another slip by Arsenal, who are second.

Arsenal’s 1–0 defeat at Nottingham Forest marked the end of another slump for a team that had held the lead for most of the season and four points ahead of City.

City players will lift the trophy in Sunday’s game against Chelsea, but the celebrations will not last long.

Pep Guardiola’s side are eyeing becoming the second team to win the Premier League-FA Cup-Champions League with two finals still to play.

The first was the FA Cup Final against Manchester United at Wembley Stadium on 3 June, followed by the Champions League Final on 10 June against Inter Milan.

City are enjoying a period of dominance rarely seen in the Premier League with five titles in seven seasons under Guardiola and seven titles in 12 campaigns starting with Sergio Aguero’s extra-time goal in 2012.

It is the first time City have won three titles in a row, while the club faces a series of charges from the Premier League for allegedly breaching financial rules between 2009 and 2017 and failing to cooperate with investigations.

But what is not in doubt is the quality he produced in his now-familiar run of season-ending victories that put the pressure on Arsenal.

Forest avoided relegation with this win.

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Manchester United are getting closer to returning to the Champions League, while Liverpool are further away.

United beat Bournemouth 1-0 on Saturday to consolidate fourth place in the Premier League.

The win – sealed by Casemiro’s scissors kick on nine minutes – took United three points clear of fifth-placed Liverpool and a 1–1 draw with Aston Villa with one game remaining in the season.

United need only a point from their last two games at home to Chelsea and Fulham to return to the Champions League after a one-year absence.

With life

Roberto Firmino kept Liverpool’s Champions League hopes alive with a late goal in their last game. Enfield with the team.

The Brazilian fired through after 89 minutes. Had they lost, Liverpool would have been guaranteed to finish outside the top four places in the standings.

Instead, Liverpool are not completely out and Jurgen Klopp’s side are three points behind Newcastle and United, both of whom have two less games.

Liverpool have to play a duel against relegated Southampton next weekend.

Jacob Ramsey gave the visitors the lead after 27 minutes.

Firmino is one of four players – along with James Milner, Naby Keita and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – who will leave the team this summer after their contracts expire.

More results

Harry Kane scored a goal but his last home game for Tottenham was lost.

The England captain, who is believed to be leaving the club this summer, fired an indirect free kick on target on eight minutes but Brentford won 3-1 on Saturday and Brian Mbumo had a brace. and the second half were assists. Premier League.

Tottenham may be in trouble to qualify for the next European competitions after reaching seventh place in the match.

Yerry Mina scored in a dramatic draw against Wolverhampton and earned Everton a crucial point in the battle for Premier League stability.

In a match between two mid-table teams, Crystal Palace and Fulham played out a 2-2 draw with nothing at stake.

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