Premier League 17th round results

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Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool confidently beat Manchester United (3:1) in the 17th round central match. Substitute Xherdan Shaqiri distinguished himself with a double.

Crystal Palace have increased their breakaway over the relegation zone by beating their main competitor, Leicester (1:0). The only goal in the match was scored by midfielder Luka Milivojevic.

Newcastle had been exchanging with dangerous moments in the equal away match against Huddersfield until Salomon Rondon made the score 0:1 in the 55th minute.

The fortune continues to accompany Mauricio Pochettino’s team. Tottenham managed to snatch a victory in the seemingly drawn match against Burnley. The team’s leader Christian Eriksen scored in the 90+1st minute.

Watford and Cardiff gave an incredible ending of their match. Javi Gracia’s team had been winning confidently (3-0) by the 80th minute. However, Cardiff managed to reverse the situation and scored 2 goals in 2 minutes. The teams had no strength left for something more, so 3-2 was the final score.

Wolverhampton confidently outclassed Bournemouth. The team’s main attacker Raul Jimenez scored in the 12th minute. Ivan Cavaleiro put an end to that game in the 90+4th minute, having scored the second goal – 2:0.  

Claudio Ranieri can’t yet establish the defensive game of his team. West Ham had been leading the game confidently with a score of 0:2 already before the break. The score remained so until the end of the game.

Chelsea ended the first half of the clash against Brighton with the score of 0:2 thanks to goals from Pedro and Hazard. Nevertheless, Brighton managed to bring problems to Sarri’s team in the second half, with the goal from Solomon March. The final score was 1:2.

The guys from Southampton pleased their new manager Ralf Hazzenhuttl in his debut match and were able to interrupt Arsenal’s 22-match unbeaten run – 3:2. Unai Emery’s team equalized twice but did not manage to do anything against Austin and Ings’ second-floor game.

Manchester City continue to chase Liverpool and didn’t feel any problems in the match against strong Everton – 3:1. Gabriel Jesus, in Sergio Aguero’s absence, managed to kick a double.

(Reporting by Kovtunov Ilya, editing by Ponomarenko Valeriia)

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