Tottenham Hotspurs lash Liverpool 4–1 at the Wembley Stadium as Harry Kane’s brace breaks the striker’s jinx of goals in the premier League at their temporary home.
Harry Kane opened the scores for determined Tottenham at the 4th minutes from a chipped pass of Kieran Trippier before the 24-year-old created chance
Manchester City whip Stoke City 7–2 to take full charge of the English Premier League table and differentiate themselves from Manchester United that drew with Liverpool.
The game in which City’s Kevin Bruyne was voted man of the match managed to get the seven goals through Gabriel Jesus (17’, 55’), Sterling
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Arsenal will finish in the top four
If Arsenal defeats Everton and Liverpool fail to beat Middleborough
If Arsenal draw 0 –
Arsenal and Manchester City both win convincingly to keep top four hopes untampered with. Less than a week to end the season, The Gunners defeat Sunderland 2 – 0 at the emirates as City crunched West Bromwich 3 – 1.
Striker Alexis Sanchez notched a brace between 72’ and
Manchester City set Crystal Palace on fire at the Etihad stadium by beating them five goals to nil securing themselves the third position ahead of Liverpool on goal differences. Pep Guardiola’s side opened the scores as early as two minutes from kickoff off time, and the 90th minute saw City