Football / Premier.- (Chronicle) Tottenham overtakes Arsenal and Leicester neglects the Champions area


12 July 2020, England, London: Tottenham Hotspur’s Toby Alderweireld (R) celebrates scoring his side’s second goal with teammate Harry Winks during the English Premier League soccer match between Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Photo: Tim Goode/Nmc Pool/PA Wire/dpa


Tottenham defeated Arsenal in the North London derby (2-1) this Sunday, a direct clash to hook European place for next season, while Leicester stumbled upon a Bournemouth in relegation positions and opened the Champions zone to Manchester United on day 35 of the Premier.

Jose Mourinho won the game over Mikel Arteta despite the ‘Gunners’ going ahead on the scoreboard with a goal from Lacazette. Kolasinac and David Luiz gave the tie to the locals, transformed by Son in 20 minutes.

Aubameyang found the crossbar and the ‘Spurs’ did not spare through Alderweireld 10 minutes from time, finishing off a corner kick. In this way, Tottenham overtakes Arsenal and is eighth in search of the European zone.

The ‘Top 4’ is a matter of five or six, if Wolverhampton continues to beat Everton (3-0) like this Sunday, but now it is United who depends on himself. And is that Leicester was carried away in a lousy final match against Bournemouth. With 59 points, the Foxes can drop to fifth place on Monday.

Jamie Vardy overtook Leicester but within two minutes of the second half, Stanislas and Solanke came from behind for Bournemouth. Soyuncu saw the red chopped with the local goal and the whole of the red zone beat the Champions League with two more goals, from Evans on his own and again from Solanke. In that red zone, Aston Villa also added three points of faith against Crystal Palace (2-0).



Norwich City – West Ham 0-4.

Watford – Newcastle 2-1.

Liverpool – Burnley 1-1.

Sheffield United – Chelsea 3-0.

Brighton – Manchester City 0-5.


Wolverhampton – Everton 3-0.

Aston Villa – Crystal Palace 2-0.

Tottenham – Arsenal 2-1.

Bournemouth – Leicester 4-1.


Manchester United – Southampton.

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