Premier League Race for Europe LIVE! West Ham, Tottenham, Everton and Arsenal latest scores and updates – fr

Premier League Race for Europe LIVE! West Ham, Tottenham, Everton and Arsenal latest scores and updates – fr

West Ham are looking to end an outstanding season on a high note by beating rivals Tottenham in sixth place and qualifying for Europa League football.

A valiant effort to finish in the top four ended earlier in May, but any European football next season has to be seen as a hugely impressive achievement, just a year after a relegation battle and in the middle of a season of Premier League like no other.

Southampton are the visitors today as Hammers fans return to London Stadium to cheer on a very first Premier League top six, although Spurs await any mistakes.
One point is enough for West Ham, while Tottenham are at Leicester chasing the Champions League and need the Hammers to lose and beat the FA Cup winners.
Lower in the rankings, a place in the Europa League is not out of the question for Everton or Arsenal.
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Dan Kilpatrick au King Power Stadium

Spurs end the season on a high and destroy Leicester’s Champions League dream.
An finish above Arsenal is welcome, a Europa Conference League race maybe not so much.
Kane is the first man to finish with the Golden Boot and most assists in the Premier League!

FT: Man City 5-0 Everton

A rout to be completed for the champions, with lingering European hopes for Everton quickly extinguished.
Sergio Aguero comes off the bench to shoot a brace in his Premier League farewell appearance.
A final ominous Champions League warning for Chelsea, who sealed a place in the top four despite losing 2-1 at Aston Villa.
Liverpool take third place after a comfortable 2-0 home win over Crystal Palace.

FT: Arsenal 2-0 Brighton

Despite Pepe’s brace, Arsenal completely misses European football for the first time in 25 years.
The Gunners end a difficult campaign in the eighth.

FT: Leicester 2-4 Tottenham

Heat stroke for Leicester as the FA Cup winners miss Champions League qualification on the final matchday for the second season in a row, despite having led twice at King Power.
They join West Ham in the Europa League, while Tottenham beat Arsenal in seventh place and a place in the Europa Conference League.
Was this Kane’s last appearance in a Spurs shirt?

BUT! Leicester 2-4 Tottenham | Gareth Bale 96 ‘

96 minutes: Bale bursts with confidence as he charges forward, uses Kane as a decoy, then inadvertently plays a one-two with the post before sneaking up.

Jack Rosser at London Stadium

The perfect end to the season for West Ham. They qualified for the Europa League in a certain style – fans serenade players with another take on Bubbles.

FT: West Ham 3-0 Southampton

Full time in East London!
West Ham’s European dream is a reality!
They secure sixth place and a place in the Europa League.

Five minutes of extra time at King Power, with Iheanacho looking to get home from close range after a Leicester corner.
It looks like it does, but the offside flag is raised!

Tottenham lead 3-2 and rise above Arsenal in seventh position.
A hammer blow for Leicester, who will miss the Champions League on the final day for a second consecutive season without a remarkable late turnaround.


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