The race for the top four in the English Premier League took a new turn today after Leicestre City suffers a 3-0 defeat in the hands of Mourinho's Tottenham. Leicestre were hoping to keep their Champions League hope alive before the game by beating Tottenham, but that hope has been dashed out by Mourinho's men. An own goal from James Justin in the and two goals from Harry Kane left Leicestre City looking for a miracle to qualify for Champions League next season.
As the things stand in the Premier League table right now, Liverpool is leading in the first position with93 points while Manchester City trails behind them in the second place with 75 points. Chelsea is in the third position with 63 points while Leicetre city and Manchester United occupy the fourth and fifth position with 62 points each although Leicestre has played one game more than United. This is how the Premier Leagu table looks right now:
This defeat for Leicestre City came as a big relief for Manchester United who will play their game against Westham United on Wednesday evening. Should United win that game, they will displace Leicestre city to the fifth position and climb to the fourth position and considering their current form, it looks easy for them. With only two games to go for Leicestre, if they want to qualify for the Champions League next season they need to beat Manchester United on their final matchday which seems a difficult task for them.
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