There are only a few games left in the Premier league season and the title race is going down to the wire. Ryan Giggs, the new Manchester United coach was pleased to see his side win his first game 4-0 against Norwich City with Rooney scoring a brace and putting Norwich in the relegation zone. Everton who are looking for European football traveled to play Southampton. Things didn’t start very well for Everton when Antolín Alcaraz opened the scoring with an own goal in the first minute which was followed up by another own goal by Seamus Coleman in the 31st minute, sealing the victory for Southampton and possibly destroying Everton’s hopes of a spot in the Champions League. Relegation threatened Fulham were hoping to pull themselves out of the drop zone with a win against Hull City. Everything was going according to plan when they took a commanding 2-0 lead by the 58th minute, but Hull City to get a tie whit goals in the 75th and 87th minutes. Not much to say about the Tottenham v.s. Stoke City game other than Danny Rose scored in the 33rd minute to gather three points for Tottenham. Saido Berahino scored the only goal of the West Brom v.s. West Ham game in the 11th minute, giving West Brom three much needed points to stay out of the relegation zone. Manchester City had a fairly easy win against Crystal Palace scoring both of their two goals in the first half. The win means that they’re still in the title race. Arsenal smashed Newcastle 3-0 and it looks like they will hold on to the final Champions League spot. Finally, the best for last. First place Liverpool hosted against second place Chelsea in a thrilling match. The first goal came in the 45th minute when Liverpool’s captain, Steven Gerrard slipped at the back and Demba Ba stole the ball. He then calmly finished to make it 1-0 Chelsea. Then in stoppage time of the 90 minutes when Liverpool were pressing everyone forward trying to score Fernando Torres was played the ball with no one in front of him When he arrived at the goal he passed the ball passed Simon Mignolet to Willian who then walked the ball into an empty net to make it 2-0 Chelsea and pull them just two points behind Liverpool. That’s all there was this week and I can’t wait to see what will happen next week!