English Premier League, Match Day 37 Recap

As the season comes to a close the games get more and more exciting and this week was definitely no exception. Manchester City dispatched Everton 3-2 with Edin Dzeko scoring a brace, possibly clinching the title. Stewart Downing netted his first goal of the season in West Ham United’s 2-0 win over a struggling Tottenham side. Andreas Weimann starred in Aston Villa’s 3-1 victory against Hull City getting two goals for his team. Ryan Giggs’s second game as manager for Manchester United turned out to be a disaster when he lost 1-0 to Sunderland putting them (Sunderland) one step closer to climbing out of the relegation zone. Cardiff City were hoping for a much needed win against Newcastle, but it turned out to be quite the opposite. Newcastle won 3-0 sealing Cardiff’s departure from the EPL (English Premier League), in other words they’re relegated. Stoke City dominated against Fulham and it showed on the score line with Stoke winning 4-1 and relegating Fulham from the EPL. Southampton grabbed a late winner in the 90th minute against Swansea to win 1-0. Title Contenders Chelsea choked again when thy tied 18th place Norwich City 0-0 putting Chelsea out of the tittle race.Arsenal squeaked by West Brom with an early Olivier Giroud goal in the 14th minute to seal their spot in the Champions League. It was a crazy day Selhurst Park when Liverpool faced Crystal Palace. Liverpool went up 3-0 by the 55th minute, but Crystal Palace came back and scored in the 79th, 81st, and 88th minutes to snatch a point. It’s been a crazy weekend and I’m sure next weekend will be just as good.


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