West Ham clean sheet and push Leeds into relegation


West Ham and the new Premier League season, Leeds… probably not!

The “hammers” prevailed 3-1 -and even with a twist- welcoming the “peacocks” for the 37th (penultimate) matchday of the Premier League. Thus, on the one hand, they ensured their stay in the category, on the other hand, they pushed their opponents towards relegation.

Specifically, his team Sam Allardyce – who remained without a win in the three games since taking over as coach – are in the relegation zone and in 18th place with 31 points. Two less than Everton and one more than Leicester (who have less matches though) and all this while in the last game they welcome Tottenham who were burning for points.

In the competitive part, the visitors took the lead 17′ with his difficult volley Rodrigo. However, they conceded an equalizer before the break with his one-piece finish Rice in the 31′. Both teams had moments in the second half, but it was West Ham who found the second goal Bowen in the 72′. To find a third in delays (90’+4′), by Packages to realize tremendous atomic energy and him Lancini to write 3-1.

The rating:

In detail, the program of the 37th matchday:

Saturday (20/5)

Tottenham-Bradford 1-3

(8′ Kane – 50′, 62′ Embeumo, 88′ Wisa)

Bournemouth-Manchester United 0-1

(9′ Casemiro)

Fulham-Crystal Palace 2-2

(45’+5′ pen, 61′ Mitrovic – 34′ Edwards, 83′ Wards)

Liverpool-Aston Villa 1-1

(89′ Firmino – 27′ Ramsey)

Wolves-Everton 1-1

(34′ Chan – 90’+10′ Mina)

Nottingham Forest-Arsenal 1-0

(19′ Avonigi)

Sunday (21/5)

West Ham-Leeds 3-1

(31′ Rice, 72′ Bowen, 90’+4′ Lancini – 17′ Rodrigo)

Brighton-Southampton (16:00)

Manchester City-Chelsea (18:00)

Monday (22/5)

Newcastle-Leicester (22:00)

The program of the next (38th) and last matchday:

Sunday (28/5)

Manchester United-Fulham (18:30)

Brentford-Manchester City





Leicester-West Ham

Aston Villa-Brighton


Crystal Palace-Nottingham Forest

Source: Sport Fm

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