Chelsea registered a convincing 3-0 win over Everton to take a step closer to the title. Meanwhile, Tottenham Hotspur, who have been snapping at the heels of the leaders, stayed in the hunt with a 2-0 victory over Arsenal. With the top honours still open, the league just got more interesting.
Chelsea 3-0 Everton
Chelsea, criticised following defeats to Manchester United and Crystal Palace, made sure they stayed at the top of the points table league with the win over Everton at Goodison Park. The home side stood their ground in the first half and did not allow the blue army to score. Pedro Rodriguez opened the three-goal
Tottenham 2-0 Arsenal
Tottenham Hotspur did not let the league title out of their sight and kept their hopes alive in the North London derby. The difference between the timing of the two goals was just 146 seconds. First to be on the scoresheet was Delle Alli, who struck a rebound shot to perfection. Harry Kane comfortably netted a 58th-minute penalty to keep his side right behind Chelsea.
Manchester City struggled to keep up with Middlesbrough who
Manchester United 1-1 Swansea City
Swansea came from behind to secure a 1-1 draw against Manchester United whose top-4 hopes suffered a major blow. Captain Wayne Rooney put United in front from a spot kick after Marcus Rashford was brought down by keeper Lukasz Fabianski. The relegation-prone Swansea, however, fought back with a Gylfi Sigurdsson curling