Crystal Palace thrashed Arsenal 3-0 in the London derby

Crystal Palace thrashed Arsenal 3-0 in the London derby

In a bad game, the Arsenal lost convincingly (3-0) the London derby against Crystal Palace, this Monday to lower the curtain on the 31st date of the Premier League, thus staying out of the positions that give access to the Champions League for the time being.

The Tottenham had surpassed the ‘Gunners’ on goal difference in crushing Newcastle on Sunday (5-1).

The two teams have 54 units, although Arsenal have one less game.

Thanks to this victory, Patrick Vieira’s ‘Eagles’ they are placed in their best classification of the course, 9th with 37 points.

It had been a long time since an Arsenal was seen with so little mordant, lacking in rhythm and ambition.

We had to wait until minute 78 to see Mikel Arteta’s men create danger, with a Bukayo Saka shot derailed by Spanish goalkeeper Vicente Guaita, and Emile Smith-Rowe’s rebound was stopped almost on the goal line by Marc Guéhi.

Then Arsenal was already down 3-0, with goals from Frenchman Jean-Philippe Mateta (16), Ghanaian Jordan Ayew (24), and Ivorian Wilfried Zaha, from a penalty (74).

Despite an affordable schedule, with 7 games out of 8 against teams that are behind in the table, the Palace seems too far from the European posts.

Although the game shown in the last matches He justifies his hopes ahead of the FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea on April 17.

Results of the matches of the 31st day of the English football championship, and classification table:

– Saturday:

Liverpool-Watford 2-0

Wolverhampton-Aston Villa 2-1

Burnley-Manchester City 0-2

Chelsea-Brentford 1-4

Leeds-Southampton 1-1

Brighton-Norwich City 0-0

Manchester United-Leicester 1-1

– Sunday:

West Ham-Everton 2-1

Tottenham-Newcastle 5-1

– Monday:

Crystal Palace-Arsenal 3-0

Classification: Pts JGEP GF GC Dif

1. Manchester City 73 30 23 4 3 70 18 52

2. Liverpool 72 30 22 6 2 77 20 57

3.Chelsea 59 29 17 8 4 58 23 35

4. Tottenham 54 30 17 3 10 52 37 15

5. Armory 54 29 17 3 9 44 34 10

6. West Ham 51 31 15 6 10 51 40 11

7. Manchester United 51 30 14 9 7 49 41 8

8. Wolverhampton 49 31 15 4 12 33 27 6

9. Crystal Palace 37 30 8 13 9 42 38 4

10 Leicester 37 28 10 7 11 43 47 -4

11.Aston Villa 36 30 11 3 16 42 42 0

12. Southampton 36 30 8 12 10 37 46 -9

13. Brighton 34 30 7 13 10 26 36 -10

14.Brentford 33 31 9 6 16 37 48 -11

15.Newcastle 31 30 7 10 13 33 54 -21

16. Leeds 30 31 7 9 15 35 68 -33

17. Everton 25 28 7 4 17 30 49 -19

18. Watford 22 30 6 4 20 29 57 -28

19. Burnley 21 28 3 12 13 22 40 -18

20. Norwich City 18 30 4 6 20 18 63 -45



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