Burnley assaults Old Trafford and Leicester consolidates third place

MADRID, Jan. 22 (SportsFinding) –

The Burnley has given the surprise on day 24 of the Premier League after imposing at home to Manchester United (0-2) to complicate the presence of the 'red devils' in Europa League positions, while the Leicester consolidated its status as third place with a win against West Ham.

In Old Trafford, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team did not live up to his second consecutive loss in the domestic competition. Chris Wood achieved the first with a shot inside the area that surprised De Gea and Jay Rodriguez set the final 0-2 before reaching game time.

United's defeat keeps him in fifth position, but with the same points as Tottenham Hotspur, who beat Norwich City by a minimum and presses to play in Europe next year. José Mourinho's team – which fights to sign the realistic Willian José – ended a four-day streak without knowing the victory.

This Wednesday, the 'Spurs' won with goals from Dele Alli and Son Heung-min, while for the visitors scored Teemu Pukki from the penalty line to put the momentary 1-1 on the scoreboard. The Londoners reacted on time and took three valuable points in their stadium.

In addition, the day left the clear victory of Leicester City against West Ham United to confirm its third position. Brendan Rodgers' team scored the victory with goals from Harvey Barnes, Ricardo Pereira and Spaniard Ayoze Pérez, who closed his account with a double in the final nine minutes of the crash.



Leicester City – West Ham 4-1.

Tottenham – Norwich City 2-1.

Manchester United – Burnley 0-2.


Wolverhampton – Liverpool 21 hours.


Bournemouth – Brighton 3-1.

Aston Villa – Watford 2-1.

Crystal Palace – Southampton 0-2.

Everton – Newcastle 2-2.

Sheffield United – Manchester City 0-1.

Chelsea – Arsenal 2-2.