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Recaps of the Epl Matchday 37 results as Manchester City are crowned Champions.

Tottenham 1-3 Brentford

Spurs woes continue as they recorded yet another defeat at their own ground. The bees were without their in form striker, Tony who was banned from playing football for 8 months, but it wasn't a problem for them as they came from behind to defeat Spurs 1-3.

It was Spurs that opened the scoring in the 8th minute from a superb free-kick by Harry Kane to make it 1-0.

Spurs looking to get back to winning ways after a run of some poor form, but these hope was dented by Mbeumo 5 minutes after the break. And it got worse for Spurs as Brentford took the lead just 12 minutes after equalizing from the same Man that levelled the game.

The Bees were able to hold on and recorded a famous victory to sit 9th on the table, just one point behind 8th placed Spurs.

Bournemouth 0-1 Manchester United

Manchester United cruise to an away victory over Bournemouth to move one step closer to Champions League football next season.

Casemiro 9th minute goal was enough for Manchester United to take all three points after a run of 4 away games winless. They continue to push for next season UEFA Champions League Qualification, and securing just one point against Chelsea will be enough to achieve this goal.

Fulham 2-2 Crystal Palace

Ward 88th minute goal secured a point for Palace. The visitors made an impressive start to the game and they took the lead through Edouard strike assisted by Eze, but let their lead slip in the added time of the first half after Tyron Mitchel committed a foul in the penalty area to gift Fulham a penalty, which was converted by Mitrovic to level up the game.

And after 16 minutes into the second half, Mitrovic grabbed a brace to put Fulham ahead in the game. 

And with just 7 minutes remaining, Ward levelled up the game for Palace and held on to take a point from the game. Fulham sit 10th on the table with 52 points while Palace on 11th with 44 points.

Liverpool 1-1 Aston Villa

Firmino 89th minute strike earn Liverpool a point at Anfield.

Aston Villa let a lead slip in the 89th minute as Roberto Firmino dent their hope of a famous victory at Anfield.

It was Watkins that would have opened the scoring for Villa in the 22nd minutes but was denied from the spot by Allisson. But it was just a matter of time as Villa took the lead in the 27th minutes from Ramsey strike.

Villa were able to hold on till the 88th minutes, but let their lead slip as Roberto Firmino stole a point for Liverpool.

Wolves 1-1 Everton

Yerry Mina 90+9 strike earned a point for Everton to boost their Survival chances.

It was Wolves who took the lead in the 34th minutes from Hwang-Hee-Chang strike and was heading for a huge three points but was dented by Yerry Mina 90+9 minutes goal.

Nottingham Forest 1-0 Arsenal

Arsenal title winning hopes is finally gone as they were defeated 1-0 by Nottingham Forest to secure a Premier league Football Next season.

Taiwo Awoniyi 19th minute strike was enough for Nottingham Forest to secure all three points which confirmed Manchester City as the Champions of England once again.

Arsenal started the game on a solid ground, but let that slip in the 19th minute as Taiwo Awoniyi slotted home to make it 1-0. The gunners after the opener searched for an equalizer but Forest were able to hold on to their lead at half time.

Expectations were high for the gunners to comeback and secure all three points in the second half, but that expectations was dented as Forest held on to their lead to secure a famous victory and are now safe from relegation.

The gunners title hope this season is now gone as Manchester City are crowned Champions for the third time in a row.

West Ham 3-1 Southampton

The Hammers secured their safety after a draw against Everton last time out, and with them also reaching the UEFA Conference league final, they went into this game with their head up.

It was Leeds who opened the scoring from Rodrigo strike in the 17th minutes, but they were unable to hold on to that lead as it only lasted 14th minutes after Declan Rice strike sailed inside the net to make it 1-1.

Leeds United were able to hold on, but conceded another goal in the 72nd minutes to make it 2-1 to West Ham.

It got worse for them in the added time of the normal time, as Lazini made it 3-1 to West Ham to secure all three points.

Leeds are now on the brink of relegating as only a win against Spurs next weekend and lose for Everton can retain their place next season in the Premier league.

Brighton 3-1 Southampton

Brighton cemented their place in the EPL top six this season as they defeated already relegated Southampton 3-1 to book a spot in Europe competition next season for the first time in the club history.

18 year old striker Ferguson was the one that opened the scoring in the 29th minute assisted by Mac Allister, Southampton tried to find an equalizer but it went worse for them instead as Ferguson doubled Brighton lead in the 40th minute to seal a brilliant first half performance from the seagulls. Saint pull one back after the break through the strike of Mohamed Elyounouss just 13 minutes into the second half.

And when it looks like Saint are gonna do a comeback, Gross dented that idea and savour all three points for the Seagulls to book a spot in the Europe competition next season for the first time in the club history.

Man City 1-0 Chelsea

Having already qualified for the Champions league final and also in the FA Cup final against Manchester United, Pep did rested some key players in his squad, but this did not stop them from getting all three points.

The newly crowned Champions didn't hold back their fire as they defeated Chelsea 1-0 on their trophy day.

Julian Alvarez 12th minute goal was enough for City to get all three points prior to being presented the Premier League trophy. 

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