Unic Press UK: Manchester City won the 2017/18 English Premier League yesterday, following a surprise win for West Bromwich Albion in their match with Manchester United at Old Trafford, Greater Manchester.
The result at Old Trafford saw Manchester City emerge as the Premier League champions with eighty-seven (87) points from thirty-three matches, with five games to play. So far, the champions have scored ninety-three goals; and this current tally might exceed a hundred given the remaining matches.
Saturday, the 14th April 2018, 2017/18 English Premier League results:
- Southampton 2 – 3 Chelsea. FT
- Swansea City 1 – 1 Everton. FT
- Liverpool 3 – 0 AFC Bournemouth. FT
- Tottenham Hotspur 1 – 3 Manchester City. FT
- Burnley 2 – 1 Leicester City. FT
- Crystal Palace 3 – 2 Brighton & Hove Albion. FT
- Huddersfield Town 1 – 0 Watford. FT
Sunday, the 15th April 2018, 2017/18 English Premier League results:
- Newcastle United 2 – 1 Arsenal. FT
- Manchester United 0 – 1 West Bromwich Albion. FT
About the English Premier League
The 2017/18 season marks the 26th of the Premier League after its formation in 1992.
Premier League: “Manchester United were the first winners of the competition, finishing 10 points clear of Aston Villa, and have been PL champions on 13 occasions in total.
“The most successful manager in the competition is Sir Alex Ferguson who has guided Manchester United to all their Premier League successes. He also holds the record for being the longest serving manager in the Premier League, spending 21 years at Old Trafford since its inception in 1992 before retiring at the end of the 2012/13 season.
“Ryan Giggs made 632 Premier League appearances for Manchester United, more than any other player. Giggs participated in every title-winning year for Manchester United and the Welshman has also played the most matches in the Premier League, amassing 632 appearances.
“Former Newcastle United, Blackburn Rovers and Southampton forward Alan Shearer is the Premier League top scorer with 260 goals and is the only player to surpass the 200 mark.”