English Premiership: Everton 2-3 Man City | Chelsea 0-0 Norwich
Everton 2-3 Manchester City
Manchester City beat Everton 3-2 on Saturday at Goodison Park to move to the top of the Premier League table on goal difference.
The Citizens had to come from behind after Ross Barkley put the host in front with a wonderful curled strike from outside the area after just 10 minutes.
But Sergio Aguero levelled the match soon after when he fired past Tim Howard at the near post.
The Argentinian striker had to be replaced by Fernandinho five minutes later as he picked up a leg injury that was minimized after the match.
Edin Dzeko’s header completed the comeback before the break and the Bosnian added another one just three minutes into the second half as he netted from close range following Samir Nasri's drilled cross into the box.
But Romelu Lukaku pulled a goal back for Everton in the 65th minute with a magnificent header following Leighton Baines's cross.
Everton pushed for the equalizer and was close to find it but Gerard Delofeu’s effort in the was saved by Hart in the dying moments.
Victory means Manchester City move to the top of the table ahead of Liverpool on goal difference and it also secures Arsenal Champions League spot as now Everton is not able to reach the Gunners in the fourth place.
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Chelsea 0-0 Norwich City
Chelsea’s chances of winning the Premier League this season suffered a huge blow yesterday as they drew 0-0 against Norwich City at Stamford Bridge.
The goalless draw did not help Norwich much either as the Canaries remain in the 18th place with 33 points, two behind Sunderland and having played one more game.
In order to avoid relegation, Norwich will need to beat Arsenal in the final fixture and wait for Sunderland to lose both matches against West Brom and Swansea.
Chelsea’s title hopes will mathematically be ended if Liverpool beat Crystal Palace on Monday.
Cardiff City and Fulham relegated
Cardiff City and Fulham have already been relegated from the Premier League after Sunderland picked up all three points by beating Manchester United 1-0 last weekend.
Cardiff away 3-0 defeat at Newcastle confirmed the Welsh side exit in their first ever Premier League season whilst Fulham 4-1 loss at Stoke City means their 13-year stint in the top flight has come to an end.
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