The Premier League match week 31 continued today, giving its viewers and club's supporters exciting moments to enjoy and remember and also disappointing moments to regret for some club's supporters.
Beginning today's fixtures, Manchester City welcome Leeds United to the Etihad, hoping to maintain their winning run and to extend their lead gap at the top of the table. However, Leeds opened the score sheet of the game, with Dallas scoring at the 42nd minutes. Later in the first half of the game, Cooper was sent off leaving the away team to play the rest of the game with 10 men.
At the second half of the game, Feran Torres got Manchester City back into the game, scoring at the 76th minutes. Dallas gave Leeds United the lead again, scoring his second goal of the game at the 90+1 minutes of the game. After an exciting game, and a solid performance from Leeds with 10 men, the game ended 1:2, with Leeds United claiming all three points.
As Manchester City drop points and Leeds United add points, this is how the premier league table currently looks like.
Later today, Liverpool hosts Aston Villa by 15:00, and Chelsea visits Crystal Palace by 17:30, ending the day's fixtures.
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