What a Premier League Final! Manchester City, led by Joao Cancelo, Robin Dias and Bernardo Silva, became two-time English champions, winning their eighth title in history after defeating guest Aston Villa 3-2.
At Anfield, Liverpool also lost against Wolverhampton but ended up winning 3-1. A disgraceful turn for Jurgen Klopp’s team, which was between heaven and hell and ended in tears.
The last game in England was really exciting: Manchester City, with Cancelo and Bernardo Silva at the start, lost ‘asleep’ against Steven Gerrard’s side, who won 2-0 at the Etihad. Matti Cash, at 37 minutes, gave the visitors an advantage while Coutinho, at 69 minutes, completely froze the stands in Al Ittihad.
At that time, Pep Guardiola’s steam ball took off. Launched in the 1970s to replace Bernardo Silva, German midfielder Ilkay Gundogan played Aguero’s boot in 2012 and was a comeback hero in no time. In the 76th minute, he shot at the far post after a cross from Sterling, and in the 81st minute, he appeared at the far post to move away 3-2, after a decisive pass from De Bruyne, which drove thousands of fans crazy. In the middle, at 78 minutes, Spaniard Rodri equalized with a bomb. With 93 points, Manchester City celebrated their second championship by a big lead over Liverpool, and Pep Guardiola won the fourth championship in six seasons in England.
At Anfield, Portugal international Pedro Neto put Bruno Lage’s side ahead, after just three minutes, forcing Liverpool, with Jota in the starting line-up, to chase damage. Sadio Mane, at 24 minutes, equalized and carried the Reds in search of the transformation that would put them first. But this only appeared when Manchester City were already ahead … In the 84th minute, Mohamed Salah made the score 2-1, and in the 89th minute, it was the Scottish team Andy Robertson who signed 3-1.
The curtain falls on another stunning edition of the Premier League with the party in very blue and Portuguese.
90′: Finished on both pitches! Manchester City wins the English Championship twice!
89′: Robertson makes it 3-1 at Anfield. Liverpool is waiting for a miracle in the Union!
87 ‘: The last minutes of great feelings. Manchester City retains the advantage and wins the title.
84 ‘: Liverpool’s goal, Mohamed Salah!
81′: GOOOOOOOOLOO from MANCHESTER! 3-2 by GUNDOGAN!
78′: DRAW MANCHESTER CITY, by Rodry! 2-2! What crazy!
78′: Brentford tied against Leeds.
80′: Brighton record against West Ham, Man. Thanks united.
76′: A goal from Manchester City, Brand Gundogan!
71′: Roberto Firmino replaces Keita.
69′: Liverpool are one goal away from winning the title, what a crazy 20 minutes!
69 ‘: Villa Aston’s goal in Al Ittihad! 2-0 to Aston Villa, Marca Coutinho!
71′: Tottenham make the score 4-0 and go to the Champions League.
67′: Bernardo Silva makes way for Gundogan.
63 ‘: The clock does not stop and Liverpool continues without being able to break the resistance of the Wolves. At the federation, Manchester City are desperate to avoid getting upset.
65′: 3-0 to Tottenham in Norwich.
60′: 2-0 to Newcastle at Burnley, with the home team on its way to the championship.
’58’: Salah leaves the bench and replaces Diogo Jota…
59′: Arsenal 4-1, Arsenal Need a miracle in Norwich.
57th minute: Leeds scores against Brentford, Jesse Marsh’s team remains in the Premier League with this result and defeats Burnley.
56′: Sterling enters Mahrez’s place.
55′: Aston Villa are on the verge of 2-0! What a waste of Watkins. At Emirates, Arsenal 3-1.
51st minute: Liverpool fans celebrated 2-1, but Sadio Mane’s goal was disallowed for offside.
50′: Brighton scored a goal against West Ham, 1-1. Londoners slipped to seventh place, man. United in the European League.
46′: Matches resume. Zinchenko joins Manchester City to replace Fernandinho. The Stones will team up with Laporte, and Cancelo moves to the right. At Anfield, Jose Sa was injured at Wolverhampton.
45′: interval. Manchester City are still champions at this point, with an explosive 45 minutes expected in the second half of matches.
45+3: Everton goals at Emirates, 2-1 for Arsenal.
38 min: Crystal Palace scored against Manchester United and West Ham in Brighton. Red Devils In the conference league.
37 ‘: Villa Aston’s goal in Al Ittihad! In the zone, Cash appears behind Cancelo and heads to the back of the net after Digne’s cross. Dramatic moments in the last flight! At the moment, Guardiola’s team is champions because of the better goal difference.
36′: Manchester City is still unable to create a great danger near Robin Olsen’s goal…
32′: At the same time, Arsenal and Tottenham scored and increased their lead. There doesn’t seem to be much to go around and you will be spurs To secure fourth place and reach the Champions League.
27′: Arsenal scored a penalty against Everton.
24′: Liverpool tied, goal by Sadio Mane! What a detail of Thiago in helping the Senegalese…
20 min: Pedro Neto is injured and replaced by Hwang Hee-chan.
19′: Leeds saw the goal disallowed by the VAR, but Newcastle beat Burnley, who, with this set of results, go down to the Championship.
16′: Tottenham’s goal (Dejan Kulusevsky) in Norwich, Antonio Conte’s team with a foot and a half in the Champions League.
14′: Manchester City has more ball but at the moment without creating a danger.
3′: Wolverhampton scores at Anfield! Pedro Neto surprises and puts Bruno Lage in the foreground! Jose Sa threw a long shot, Konate missed the score and Jimenez served up the Portugal international, who was confined to the center of the area to push into the net.
4 pm: Matches start at Etihad Stadium and Anfield!
15:55: The start of the ten games is approaching.
3:40 pm: Good evening and welcome to all decisions in England. Follow, step by step, the matches of Manchester City and Liverpool and also all the decisions to qualify for the Champions League, European League and Conference League as well as relegation to the tournament.
Manchester Ederson, Stones, Fernandinho, Laporte, Joao Cancelo, Rodrygo, De Bruyne, Bernardo Silva, Mahrez, Foden and Gabriel Jesus
Aston Villa: Olsen, Cash, Chambers, Mings, Dean, McGinn, Douglas Louise, Ramsay, Buendia, Coutinho and Watkins
Liverpool: Allison, Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Konate, Robertson, Henderson, Thiago, Keita, Jota, Luis Diaz and Mane
Wolverhampton: Jose Sa Puli, Coady, Totti, Johnny, Dendoncker, Ruben Neves, Joao Moutinho, Ait Nouri, Pedro Neto and Jimenez.