Arsenal won 4-2 against Chelsea in a game postponed from the twenty-fifth round of the English Premier League on Wednesday, sparking the struggle for a spot in next season’s Champions League campaign.
Fifth-placed Arsenal improved their lead to 57 points, level with fourth-placed Tottenham, while Chelsea remained in the third position with 62 points.
The Gunners got goals from Edward Nketiah (13 and 57), Emile Smith Rowe (27), and Bukayo Saka (90+2 from the penalty spot).
The Blues’ two goals came from Germany’s Timo Werner (17) and Spain’s Cesar Azpilicueta (32).
Everton and Leicester City settled for a good draw (1-1) in a game postponed from the eighteenth stage.
Newcastle United, on the other side, scored a crucial Premier League win against Crystal Palace with an unanswered goal in the thirty-first stage.
Manchester City reclaimed the top place in the “Premier League” with a crucial win against Brighton.
Riyad Mahrez (53), Phil Foden (65), and Portuguese Bernardo Silva (82) scored for “Citizens.”
City’s point tally has grown to 77 points, one point ahead of second-placed Liverpool.
Brighton’s balance, on the other hand, stalled at 40 points in the ninth position.