Sunday 26 July 2020
The Manchester United and Chelsea teams decided to qualify for the next season of the Champions League, after beating Leicester City and Wolverhampton respectively in the last round of the Premier League “Premier League”, today, Sunday.
Manchester United managed to beat Leicester with two clean goals scored by Bruno Fernandez from a penalty kick in the 71st minute, and Jesse Lingard in the 90th + 7 minute after a fatal error from goalkeeper Casper Schmeichel.
As for Chelsea, they beat Wolverhampton 2-0 by Mason Mount and Oliver Giroud in the 45 + 1 and 45 + 4 minutes from the first half, to reserve the fourth place in the Champions League cards.
Bringing the Liverpool quartet to the Premier League champions, Manchester City and summer rankings, Manchester United and Chelsea is the representative for England in the next season of the European Champions League.
Leicester could have settled its Champions League tie with a win or beat Manchester United, but the defeat and Chelsea’s victory pushed it to fifth place in the standings.
Leicester was fifth in Premier League, ensuring that he will be in the group stage of the European League next season.
Tottenham Hotspur tied with Crystal Palace in the last round, too, with a goal for each team, with Harry Kane scoring the visitors’ goal in the 13th minute, before Gervy Shoppe tied the hosts in the 53rd minute.
Tottenham booked the second seat of England in the European League after he was in sixth place in the final order, to qualify for the elimination rounds of the European Championship.
With these results, Manchester United was in third place with 66 points, ahead of goal difference from Chelsea fourth, then Leicester City fifth with 62 points and Tottenham sixth with 59 points.
Wolverhampton failed after losing to Chelsea in the European competitions after falling into seventh place with 56 points, but he has the opportunity to be in the tournament if Chelsea succeeded in winning the FA Cup at Arsenal in the final.
Leicester and Tottenham qualified for England in the next edition of the European League, leaving a seat that would be in Arsenal’s favor if he won the FA Cup, or Wolverhampton seventh in the table if Chelsea won the English Championship.