Chelsea falls asleep and Arsenal and Tottenham win for the Champions zone


Chelsea lost (1-0) to Everton this Sunday on matchday 35 of the Premier, stuck and losing mattress in a ‘Top 4’ that is tightened to play the next Champions League, with the victories of Arsenal and Tottenham, against West Ham (1-2) and Leicester (3-1).

Richarlison scored the winning goal for an Everton team that was risking its life and is now two points from safety. The atmosphere was final at Goodison Park and Lampard’s team, a legend as a Chelsea player, kept the three points in a miss behind the Spanish César Azpilicueta.

The local team was able to double the rent with Mykolenko although Jordan Pickford had to hold the ‘blue’ reaction under sticks. Chelsea, with a victory in the last three games, is left with 66 points, third, to Arsenal’s 63 and Tottenham’s 61, fourth and fifth, in the fight to be in the top continental competition with four games to go.

Arsenal won the derby with goals from Holding and Magalhaes, leaving West Ham seventh with 52 points. Meanwhile, the ‘Spurs’ won with goals from Kane and Son Heung-Min, a brace in the second half, after two days without winning, to maintain their important bid to finish in the ‘Top 4’.



Newcastle – Liverpool 0-1.

Aston Villa – Norwich 2-0.

Southampton – Crystal Palace 1-2.

Watford – Burnley 1-2.

Wolves – Brighton 0-3.

Leeds United – Manchester City 0-4.


Everton – Chelsea 1-0.

Tottenham – Leicester 3-1.

West Ham – Arsenal 1-2.


Manchester United – Brentford.