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Premier League: Watch the best goals from matchday 36

The top four battle in the Premier League is generating more heat with each passing game week and will probably go down to the last matchday for a fitting finale. Chelsea, Leicester City, and Manchester United, all of them won their respective fixture on matchday 36, and as things stand any of them cannot afford to lose any of their last two games.

On the other hand, the champions once again fumbled on their route, as Arteta’s Arsenal beat them 2-1 in their home. Klopp’s side didn’t look convincing at all since the restart and they might look for reinforcements for next season as well. West Ham registered another win on matchday 36. David Moyes’ side might well save relegation ,as their securing goal from an unlikely source when Declan Rice fired a right foot pile driver.

25 goals were scored across the country and once again the league delivered quality of the highest order. After a long period Harry Kane scored a brace and gave Tottenham the deserved points, on the other hand, Giroud’s only goal kept a place in the top four for Lampard’s side.

Here are the, best goals from matchday 36.

Anthony Martial vs Crystal Palace: After a minor hiccup against Southampton, the red devils, came back to winning ways courtesy of their lethal front two. Marcus Rashford riggled his way through in between three Palace defenders with fantastic trickery, passed it to Fernandes who gave it back to him with a cheeky nutmeg, and Rashford rolled into the path of a prying Martial who used strength to guard the ball and placed it pass Guartia with brilliant composure. The Frenchman’s emergence as proper no 9 has been quite sensational for the red devils and this goal is the proof.

David Silva vs Bournemouth: The Spanish wizard is saying farewell to the league and he is making sure that he does that in style as well. Manchester City, received a free kick in the right side of pitch just outside the box and Silva took the opportunity as he brilliantly curled it into the back of the net. It had all sorts, of dip and curl that gave the goalkeeper no chance at all.

Raul Jimenez vs Burnley: Whenever Wolves needed a goal, their Mexican talisman Jimenez provided them, that has been the story of their season for most of the part and this time it was a thing of beauty. Adama Traore made his familiar burst off into the heart of Burnley defense and it passed it to Coady who took a shot that bounced back off a Burnley defender and without ,another single thought the prowling Mexican took the shot on the volley and scored a stunner.

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