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Manchester City avenge Champions League loss..
Manchester City had to pick themselves back up and focus on the Premier League this weekend. Ironically, it was the same team that knocked them out of the Champions League that they had to face. It looked like a battering on course as Phil Foden got his team ahead after 5 minutes. Surprisingly, Tottenham and Son Heung-Min had several chances to pull the game level but failed to do so. Ironically, one of the reasons Tottenham made the semi-final of Europe’s elite competition was due to Son’s clinical finishing some days before. Ultimately, Phil Foden’s goal was enough to seal all three points as Manchester City remain on course to defend their league title. For Tottenham, third spot is still uncertain.
Paris St.Germain finally seal the Ligue 1..
We had known for a long time but we were waiting for the title to be mathematically concluded. Kylian Mbappe netted a hat-trick against his former club, taking his tally to 30 goals in the league. In case you have forgotten, this kid is 20. For Paris St. Germain, the team would feel like they could have done better this season especially when you consider that they let a two-goal lead slip against Manchester United in the Champions League. Will Thomas Tuchel be their Manager next season? Would Neymar and Mbappe still be PSG players? We wait.
Manchester United top four hopes diminishing..
Manchester United had the chance to move closer to third position as Tottenham had lost to Manchester City and they were playing earlier than any of their top-4 rivals. Shockingly, Manchester United’s performance left everyone speechless. It seemed like it was Everton that had intentions of finishing in the Champions League spots. Manchester United had one shot on target especially considering the fact that they were already a goal down after 13 minutes. Seeing that their next game is against their noisy neighbors, the fight for the top four only gets tougher.