Arsenal beat West Ham with a resounding 0-6 this Sunday on matchday 24 of the Premier to maintain the fight for the lead, while Aston Villa fell at home (1-2) against Manchester United.

Mikel Arteta's team liked each other in the London derby with West Ham in a first half that they took advantage of to end the game with a 0-4 at halftime, with William Saliba, Gabriel, Bukayo Saka and Leandro Trossard.

In the second half came a double from Saka and another from Declan Rice, to round off a win with which Arsenal continued their vital victory last week over Liverpool. The Gunners are third, two points behind the Reds' lead.

In the other match of the day, Aston Villa lost at home to a United team that placed sixth, six points away from the Champions League zone. Unai Emery's men, who precisely lost fourth place to Tottenham, had many good opportunities to celebrate the victory.

However, Rasmus Hojlund put the Red Devils ahead and it was not until after the hour mark that Douglas Luiz made it 1-1 for Villa. Scott McTominay, in the 86th minute, gave the victory to a United that once again believes in its season, while the 'villains' enter an irregular phase, giving up the 'Top 4'.


-Saturday February 10.

Manchester City – Everton 2-0.

Wolves – Brentford 0-2.

Fulham – Bournemouth 3-1.

Tottenham – Brighton 2-1.

Luton – Sheffield United 1-3.

Liverpool – Burnley 3-1.

Nottingham Forest – Newcastle 2-3.

-Sunday, February 11.

West Ham – Arsenal 0-6.

Aston Villa – Manchester United 1-2.

-Monday, February 12.

Crystal Palace – Chelsea 21:00.