Premier League table: final rankings of Man Utd and Southampton | Football | sport


Manchester United faced Southampton in the final match of the last round of the Premier League matches. The Red Devils were fortunate enough to climb to third place with a win after Chelsea and Leicester escaped this weekend.

More Page by Ole Gunnar Solskja missed the opportunity as the Saints tied for a 2-2 draw at Old Trafford on Monday evening.”You think you have three points in the bag, but we probably didn’t deserve three points,” said the United manager.

“Southampton is a good team, they run, run and hunt. We never took our pace today. We have sometimes played fantastic football. The two goals we scored were very, very good.

“It was the worst time to concede a goal, but it happens in football. We have won so many games this way. It’s all part of this team’s learning. ”

Elsewhere in the Premier League, Tottenham sealed a 2-1 victory over Arsenal with Toby Alderweireld’s lead in the 81st minute.

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The North London derby seemed to be heading for a draw, but the Spurs defenseman got three points to place Jose Mourinho’s side over Arsenal in eighth place.

With three games left, Tottenham has 52 points to 50 for Arsenal, but is seven points behind Leicester in fourth.

Arsenal took the lead dramatically with Alexandre Lacazette’s brilliant strike at 17 minutes but they were caught almost immediately as Son Heung-min punished a defensive error.

Both sides were denied by the woodwork and the Gunners were in the ascendancy after the break before the solid arrival of Tottenham ensured a third successive home victory since the restart.

Norwich, meanwhile, was relegated from the Premier League after a 4-0 loss to West Ham, Michail Antonio scoring four goals for the Hammers.

Premier League results per week 35

Saturday July 11

Norwich 0-4 West Ham

Watford 2-1 Newcastle

Liverpool 1-1 Burnley

Sheffield United 3-0 Chelsea

Brighton 0-5 Man City

Sunday July 12

Wolves 3-0 Everton

Aston Villa 2-0 Crystal Palace

Tottenham 2-1 Arsenal

Bournemouth 4-1 Leicester

Monday July 13

Man Utd 2-2 Southampton

Premier League match week 36 schedule

Tuesday July 14

Chelsea vs Norwich (20h)

Wednesday July 15

Burnley vs Wolves (18h)

Man City vs Bournemouth (18h)

Newcastle vs Tottenham (18h)

Arsenal vs Liverpool (20h)

Thursday July 16

Everton vs Aston Villa (18h)

Leicester vs Sheffield United (18h)

Crystal Palace vs Man Utd (20h)

Southampton vs Brighton (20h)

Friday July 17

West Ham vs Watford (20h)


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