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Guardiola eclipses Sir Alex Ferguson as Manchester City clinch four titles in a row with West Ham win


Despite a stunning goal from Mohammed Kudus, Manchester City held on to win their fouth Premier League title in a row
Manchester City claimed their fourth consecutive Premier League trophy after a routine 3-1 win over West Ham to seal the title on the final day and beat Arsenal to the punch.

Spanish gaffer Pep Guardiola also became the first manager in Premier League history to win four titles in a row, eclipsing the record set by Manchester United great Sir Alex Ferguson who won three consecutive titles.

Premier League Player of the Year Phil Foden scored an early brilliant brace while Rodri clinched the victory with a third goal in the second half to settle nerves after Mohammed Kudus had pulled one back for West Ham.

How it happened

Knowing that they had their destiny in their own hands, Manchester City got off to the perfect start against West Ham as Foden opened the scoring for the home side after only two minutes to set the tone for the rest of the match.

The England international soon made it 2-0 to Manchester City with a stunning effort to put the champions-elect 2-0 up inside 20 minutes.

Ghanaian midfielder Kudus put some life back into the title race with an incredible overhead kick to pull one back for West Ham going into the half-time break.

Spanish midfielder Rodri was on hand to extend Manchester City’s lead on the hour mark to make the three points certain for the champions.

The win for Manchester City secured a fourth consecutive title for the Cityzens as they finished on 91 points, two points ahead of chasing Arsenal, who also won their final game of the season against Everton.

Jurgen Klopp says goodbye to Anfield with victory over Wolves


Jurgen Klopp said goodbye to Anfield with a win and clean sheet against Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Despite being uninvolved in the final matchday’s title challenge between Manchester City and Arsenal, Liverpool put up a solid shift as they beat Wolves 2-0 in Jurgen Klopp’s final game manager.

The German tactician announced his departure at the end of the season months ago, and Liverpool have already secured his replacement in Arne Slot.

Although the Reds could not manage to clinch the quadruple that was possible at the time of Klopp’s announcement, they ended the tenure with a win against 10-man Wolves thanks to goals from Alexi Mac Allister and Jarrel Quansah.

How it happened

The atmosphere was electric as the Anfield faithful sang “You’ll Never Walk Alone” ahead of kick-off, setting the stage for an intense encounter. 

Liverpool, spurred by the high emotions, dominated possession early on. However, Wolves soon found their footing in the game and started to threaten via counterattacks, creating several chances

Wolves were, however, hit with a disadvantage, as Nelson Semedo was shown a straight red card following a late challenge on Alexis Mac Allister in the 28th minute. Six minutes later, Mac Allister broke the deadlock, nodding in from Harvey Elliot’s cross to give Liverpool the lead. The Reds doubled their advantage before halftime, with Mohamed Salah’s effort deflecting into the path of Jarell Quansah, who found the back of the net.

Liverpool continued to press after the break, with Cody Gakpo and Salah both coming close to extending the lead. Despite their dominance, Klopp’s side failed to find the back of the net again but secured a comfortable victory nonetheless.

With this win, Klopp ended his tenure at Liverpool on a high note, becoming the first manager in recent history to secure a victory in his final match. While the Reds may have only secured one trophy this season, their performance was a fitting tribute to Klopp’s successful reign

Arsenal’s injury-time win against Everton not enough to break 20 years title drought


Arsenal sealed a late win against Everton as they end the season in second place behind League winners Manchester City.
For the first time in twenty years, the Gunners were hopeful that fortune would favour them in the season’s last match.

They did their job beating Everton 2-0 but the win was not enough to break their long title drought as Man City’s win against West Ham seals their fourth title in a row for the Citizens.

As it happened 

Gabriel Martinelli returned to the starting eleven to replace Saka who missed out due to injury. The England winger was withdrawn against Manchester United after suffering a knock at Old Trafford.

Everton’s starting XI is unchanged from the 1-0 win over Sheffield United last weekend. Andre Gomes, who was on the bench at Goodison Park, dropped out after suffering a facial injury against the Blades.

Arsenal got the game started and looked dangerous but failed to use their chances leading to Everton getting the game’s first goal.

Idrissa Gueye’s free-kick took the biggest deflection from Declan Rice and flew into the far top corner.

Arsenal restarted the game and got the equaliser two minutes later. Takehiro Tomiyasu drilled home from about 16 yards out after Martin Odegaard’s cutback, with the first half ending in a draw.

The second half started and Arsenal continued from where they left off but were still wasteful in front of goal.

However, they got their winning goal in injury time after Jesus won the ball in midfield, Martin Odegaard knocked it past Jordan Pickford and Havertz slammed in from close range.

The final whistle was blown but the win was not enough for the Gunners to claim their first title in 20 years.

Kudus wondergoal against Manchester City breaks Premier League record on dramatic final day


The Ghanaian star wrote his name in the Premier League history books with his strike against Manchester City
West Ham’s Mohamed Kudus has crowned an entertaining Premier League season with a historic goal against Manchester City that helped shatter the all-time record for the most goals scored in a single Premier League campaign.

Kudus goal gives Arsenal hope

The Ghanaian’s sensational overhead kick for West Ham against Manchester City put a halt on the title parade as it cut the Cityzens’ lead in half to make it 2-1.

Kudus found space in a packed Manchester City box to swivel and strike the ball in the air beyond Stefan Ortega, netting his 18th goal in all competitions this season and writing his name in the Premier League’s history books.

Kudus goal makes Premier League history

Kudus’ goal was the 1,223rd goal of the current Premier League campaign, making the 2023/24 season the highest-scoring season in the league’s history.

With an average of 3.28 and a total of 1,246 goals this season, the 20 teams contributed to the most prolific season in Premier League history.

Manchester City were the top scorers in the league with 96 goals, with Arsenal in second with 91 goals, while relegated Sheffield United scored the fewest goals with only 35.

Brighton vs Man Utd: Youthful Red Devils spoil De Zerbi’s farewell party with final day win


Goals from Diogo Dalot and Rasmus Hojlund led Manchester United to a 2-0 win over Brighton in Roberto De Zerbi’s final game in charge.

Manchester United end terrible season on winning note

Manchester United denied Roberto De Zerbi a proper send-off as they ran out 2-0 winners at the Amex.

A cagey first half saw the hosts create some meaningful openings, failing to really test Andre Onana in the United goal.

Things became more open after half-time as Erik ten Hag’s men grew into the game.

They were rewarded with the opener when Diogo Dalot finished calmly with 20 minutes remaining.

Brighton pushed for an equaliser but Rasmus Hojlund came off the bench to seal the win with 2 minutes left.

Despite the win, Ten Hag’s men finished 8th, their lowest finish in the Premier League era.

Chelsea vs Bournemouth: Caicedo repays £115m fee with glorious goal at Stamford Bridge


The Blues defeated the Cherries thanks to goals from Caicedo and Sterling, helping Chelsea guarantee European football next season.

Chelsea recorded their fifth successive victory in the Premier League for the first time since March 2022 after beating Bournemouth 2-1 at Stamford Bridge.

Moises Caicedo and Raheem Sterling put Chelsea 2-0 ahead before an own goal by Bardiashile reduced the deficit.

First half

In the early exchanges at Stamford Bridge, Nicholas Jackson had Chelsea’s first chance when he was played through by Sterling, who returned to the starting line-up. However, the Senegalese striker couldn’t hit the target.

Chelsea’s next chance soon came after Sterling played Palmer in, but the 22-year-old attacker shot wide under pressure from the Bournemouth defense.

The Blues had a shout for a penalty in the 11th minute when Sterling was brought down in the penalty box, but VAR decided against awarding Chelsea a spot kick.

Moises Caicedo scored one of the goals of the season when he hit his first goal for the West London side.

A loose ball broke for the Ecuadorian, and he curled a glorious strike from the halfway line after Neto came out to clear a ball when Sterling was through on goal.

The opening exchanges was all Chelsea, and they could have been further in front, but Palmer could not pick out a teammate when he was in acres of space.

Second half

Chelsea started the second half as they ended the first. Raheem Sterling, benefiting from a Cole Palmer pass, danced through the right side of Bournemouth’s defence before finding the back of the net – his eighth league goal of the season.

Bournemouth responded instantly with a goal of their own. Less than two minutes after Sterling’s goal, Enes Ünal met a cross from the left, then beat Cucurella before his strike was deflected by Bardiashile into Chelsea’s net. 

The goal did give the Cherries some form of confidence, and they improved greatly and troubled Chelsea, but they couldn’t get anything more from the game.

Thiago Silva came close to ending his Chelsea career with a goal, but his header in added time was blocked. Bournemouth went up the other end and could have scored, but Solanke fired over from two yards out.

Mauricio Pochettino’s men sat sixth going into the final game against Bournemouth and were hoping to finish on a high. The Blues managed to do exactly that in some style and guarantee European football going into next season.

Napoli to Replace Osimhen with Manchester United Striker Who Fans Want Dead


The Manchester United loanee has been identified as the perfect Victor Osimhen replacement

Serie A giants Napoli are reportedly eyeing Manchester United’s Mason Greenwood as a potential replacement for star striker, Victor Osimhen, who is set for a summer departure from the Italian club.

Osimhen set for Napoli departure

Super Eagles striker Osimhen is expected to leave Napoli this summer just one year after helping them secure their first Serie A title in 33 years thanks to a remarkable season where he netted 26 goals in 32 matches.

According to reports from The Athletic via il Napolista, Napoli has initiated contact with Manchester United regarding the possibility of signing Mason Greenwood, who is currently on loan at La Liga side Getafe and has scored 10 goals in 34 games across all competitions.

Controversial Greenwood on Napoli’s radar

Despite his recent on-field success, Greenwood’s future with Manchester United appears bleak following serious criminal allegations against him, which were eventually dropped. With Manchester United conducting an internal investigation and a reported mutual agreement for Greenwood to leave the club, Napoli sees an opportunity to bring the striker to Serie A.

Greenwood’s most recent appearance for Getafe was marred by hostile chants from Alaves supporters, who shouted “Greenwood, die” during the match, causing the game to be temporarily suspended before ending in a 1-0 defeat for the Azulones.

Phil Foden Crowned Premier League Player of the Season


The Manchester City midfielder has been voted Premier League Player of the Season after scoring 17 league goals and eight assists this season.

The Premier League Player of the Year award has been hijacked by Manchester City once again! Phil Foden, the young English midfielder, has joined the elite club of Cityzens who have dominated this award for the past five seasons. He’s following in the footsteps of Kevin de Bruyne, Ruben Dias, and Erling Haaland – what a legendary squad!

Foden’s impressive season has earned him this prestigious title, and we can’t argue with the stats. 25 goal contributions (17 goals, eight assists) in 34 league appearances? That’s like a goal or assist every other game! No wonder Manchester City is pushing for a fourth Premier League title in a row.

But let’s give it up for the competition – Declan Rice, Martin Odegaard, Cole Palmer, Alexander Isak, Ollie Watkins, and Virgil van Dijk all gave it their best shot. Unfortunately, they were no match for Foden’s brilliance.

Manchester City is now the club with the second-most winners in the award’s history, just behind Manchester United. But with this kind of talent, who knows how long it’ll take for City to surpass them?

Foden’s win marks the fifth consecutive season a Manchester City player has taken home the award. We’re starting to think they have a secret formula for producing Player of the Year winners… or maybe it’s just their exceptional talent and hard work!

Congratulations, Phil Foden, on your well-deserved win! May this be the first of many accolades to come.

Made in Africa, Celebrated in Germany: Victor Boniface’s Winning Goal Crowns Leverkusen Bundesliga Champions


The Bundesliga has finally seen it all! Victor Boniface, the Nigerian sensation, and his Moroccan mate Amine Adli have pulled off the unthinkable – a made-in-Africa goal that sealed Leverkusen’s fate as the first-ever Invincibles!

In a match that will go down in history as one of the most epic, Boniface and Adli put on a show like no other.

Just 12 minutes in, Adli showed off his superhuman reflexes, snatching the ball from the Augsburg goalkeeper and setting up Boniface for a goal that would make even the most seasoned football enthusiasts go wild

It was like a beautifully choreographed African dance – Adli did the setup, and Boniface delivered the finishing move

But wait, there was more! Robert Andrich’s back heels (because who needs feet when you can score with your back?) just before halftime left the Augsburg fans speechless, and Leverkusen was on a roll

The visitors tried to mount a comeback, but Boniface’s early strike proved to be the winner, securing Leverkusen’s place in the history books as the first-ever Invincibles!

And let’s not forget, this incredible feat was made possible by the African flair of Boniface and Adli

The Nigerian marksman’s 14th goal of the season was the cherry on top of a historic campaign, and we can’t wait to see what these two superstars have in store for us next

So, there you have it – Leverkusen has made history, and it’s all thanks to the unstoppable force of African football talent

Who needs a trophy when you can have a made-in-Africa goal that seals your place in the history books?

The Xavi Experiment Fails: Barcelona Set to Cut Ties with Manager After Bizarre U-Turn


Just weeks after announcing that Xavi would stay on as manager, the Barcelona board of directors has done a complete U-turn (or should I say, a complete Messi-turn?) and is now reportedly set to sack him! Talk about a quick change of heart!

It all started when Xavi had the audacity to speak the truth about the club’s financial situation. He dared to say that competing economically is “very complicated” and that the good old days of splashing cash on players are long gone. Oh, the horror!

Apparently, President Joan Laporta was not pleased with Xavi’s dose of reality and wants a manager who’s more… optimistic? Delusional? I mean, who needs a manager who understands the club’s financial constraints when you can have one who promises the moon and stars?

According to Rac1, the Barcelona board was left fuming by Xavi’s statement and is now considering showing him the door. Because, you know, it’s always the manager’s fault when things don’t go according to plan.

Xavi, who led Barcelona to a league title last season, has had a tough time defending it this season. And despite announcing his resignation in January, he was convinced to stay on. But now, it seems like his honesty about the club’s financial situation has sealed his fate.

Well, as they say, “you can’t handle the truth!” Or in this case, the Barcelona board can’t handle a manager who tells it like it is!

Stay tuned, folks! This managerial saga is far from over!