The week 27 of the English Premier league has blessed us with another intriguing weekend, where we saw a lot of goal pour in and many title hopes dashed.
Manchester United started of the weekend with a 1-1 draw against AFC Bournemouth. An earlier 23 minute goal from Rojo was not able to secure United 3 points needed to move them out of the 6th spot.
In other fixtures on Saturday, Leicester where able to continue their winning, grabbing another important 3 points after they saw off Hull City in a 3-1 win. Watford woes continued as Southapton went home with all the 3 points in a 7 goals thriller. Similarly, Swansea city saw off Burnley FC in a 3-2 win.
In the biggest match of the week, Arsenal FC dampened their title hope, when Liverpool who seemed much stronger struck thrice against their consolation sole goal, to grab the 3 important points. Twitter on Saturday, was trending with the usual hash tag, #WengerOut.
Away from that, Sunday gave us 7 important goals with 5 coming from a single match. The game between Everton FC and Tottenham was one of the most fascinating, with a lot of suspense. While Tottenham and Everton seem to be on the same level; ordinarily, Tottenham showed they are still determined for another Champions League spot this season and would stop at nothing in winning the League, especially with their on fire striker, Harry Kane who already has 18 goals.
Two goals from Harry Kane and one from Dele Ali, was able to send Tottenham to the second spot of the league pending when Manchester City will play their outstanding games.
Talking of Manchester City, they got an easy win against Sunderland who are already sinking at the bottom of the league table. City got all the 3 points after seeing off Sunderland with 2 un-replied goals sending them third place with 55 points; a point below Tottenham and 8 below league leaders; Chelsea FC.
The current League leaders will play their game Monday Night when they visit eastern London to battle with Westham United. A win for the blues will see them 11 points ahead of the Tottenham. However a win is unlikely, as Westham are known to inflict deadly blow against the visitors, having won three out of their last five fixtures.
Do ensure to check back for more sports stories; meanwhile, here how the table looks like.