Last day of the Premier League: Chelsea, Man United at UCL; Villa safe


It was a last anguished day through the Premier League, more nervous, in the end, at the bottom than at the top. Manchester United and Chelsea clinched the final Champions League places, leaving Leicester City in the Europa League, where he will be joined by sixth-placed Tottenham. Bournemouth beat Everton and Watford mounted an unsuccessful late comeback to Arsenal, but the two were relegated with Norwich, as Aston Villa drew at West Ham to ensure remarkable survival.For Leicester there is a strange feeling of not really knowing if this is a season to celebrate or not. Apart from the 2015-2016 season, which won the title, fifth is his best result since 1963. He improved from last season, qualified for Europe, reached the semi-final of one Cup and the quarter-final on the other. But, seeing how things started, how can we not be seen as a disappointment? At the time of the shutdown in March, Leicester were leading United’s fifth place by eight points. He’s only won three of his last 14 games, which has seen not only Chelsea, but also United, take the lead in the race for the top four.


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