Another thrilling week of Premier League action saw stunning goals, controversial decisions and shock results. Read our review of all the action in Game Week 32.
All the big boys stamped their authority on the weekend Premier League games as they ramped their performances up for the final run-in.
The Chelsea title charge continues
Chelsea maintained their seven-point lead at the top of the Premier League, outclassing plucky Bournemouth 3-1.
They got lucky with the first goal – Diego Costa’s scuffed shot went in off the head of grounded home defender Adam Smith.
But the second was magnificent.
Eden Hazard raced onto a long pass, rounded Bournemouth stopper Artur Boruc and slid the ball into the net.
Joshua King got one back with a long-range deflected effort.
But Chelsea were always in control and secured the points through Marcos Alonso.
His lovely free-kick cleared the wall and nestled into the net without Boruc even moving.
Tottenham keep the pressure on Chelsea with impressive win
Tottenham made hay in the sun, thrashing Waford 4-0.
Dele Alli curled a beauty into the top corner.
And then the floodgates opened as Eric Dier smashed in a deflected cross and Son Heung-min added a third just before the break.
After half-time Son further confirmed Spurs’ dominance by meeting Kieran Trippier’s cross with a lovely half-volley at the far post.
He could have had a hat-trick, while Harry Kane, returning from injury as a second-half substitute, smacked the bar with a late strike.
Manchester City end their winless run
Manchester City ended a four-game winless run in the Premier League with an easy victory over struggling Hull City.
Ahmed Elmohamady’s own goal opened the scoring at the Etihad Stadium as the defender turned in Jesus Navas’ low cross.
Raheem Sterling set up Sergio Aguero and then Fabian Delph picked up a rare score.
Andrea Ranocchia pulled one back late on, as dodgy keeper Claudio Bravo allowed a weak effort to trickle past him.
Brazilian magic saves Liverpool at Stoke
A tale of two halves at Stoke as Liverpool came back to win 2-1.
All Stoke in the first period with Jon Walters heading home Xherdan Shaqiri’s cross.
But Liverpool threw on the Ill Philippe Coutinho and the injured Roberto Firmino and both scored.
The Reds owed the sometimes shaky Simon Mignolet who made a number of fine saves.
It keeps Liverpool well in the race for a Champion League place.
Manchester United keep the pressure on the teams in the top four
Bottom club Sunderland’s got hammered by Manchester United 3-0.
Not helped by playing with 10 men for more than 45 minutes after Sebastian Larsson was red carded for a challenge on Ander Herrera.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic put United ahead with a 20-yard effort, Henrikh Mkhitaryan made it 2-0 before Marcus Rashford notched the third.
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