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Celtic won the Scottish title, Manchester City defeated the Wolves, Chelsea – Leeds on the verge of relegation, Watford and Everton – a draw, Leicester beat Norwich


Earlier, the 56-year-old told Sky Sports Scotland that he lost his speech for the first time during the election campaign.

“Probably [for the] for the first time this year I am losing my words, ”he said. “Just a huge effort, really proud of the players and staff, our fans, everyone involved. Nobody gave us a great chance at the beginning of the year. “

Giorgos Giacumakis celebrates the goal that secured the Celtic title.Credit:Getty

“Last year was difficult for the fans. They were right behind us from day one, I couldn’t be happier ”.

The Bhoi conclude their campaign at home in Motherwell on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Leeds United are close to relegation to the Premier League after goals from Mason Mount, Christian Pulisic and Romelu Lukaku gave Chelsea a comfortable 3-0 victory and Manchester City regained their advantage at the top. , defeating the “Wolves” with a score of 5: 1.

Manchester City midfielder genius Kevin De Brain has scored four goals to put his team in a team position to keep the Premier League two games until the end.

Celtic fans pay tribute to Anjou Pastecaglu during the Scottish Premier League match against Dundee United.

Celtic fans pay tribute to Anjou Pastecaglu during the Scottish Premier League match against Dundee United.Credit:Getty

The Belgian put the game to bed by making a hat-trick in a devastating 18-minute game in the first half, and after the break became fourth when the visiting fans took turns chanting “Kevin De Brain” and “Champions of England”.

The victory leaves Pep Guardiola’s side team with 89 points, three ahead of Liverpool, in which they are also leading by goal difference, and now the title is firmly in sight.

Mount let Chelsea forward for four minutes before a reckless call from Dan James led to him being removed from the field 20 minutes later, leaving Leeds with a mountain to climb.

From that moment on, there was only one victory: Chelsea put the game to bed in the 54th minute when American striker Pulisic scored from the edge of the zone before Lukaku scored at the end of the third to secure the victory.

Kevin De Braine scored four for City.

Kevin De Braine scored four for City.Credit:Getty

Leeds ’third straight loss in the league means they remain in the top three with 34 points in 36 games, leveling with Burnley, who are 17th, have a game in hand, making Sunday’s meeting with Brighton crucial for Jesse Marsh’s team .

Chelsea’s first win in four league games gave Thomas Tuchel third place, 70 points in 36 games, four from Arsenal in fourth and eight from Tottenham in fifth.

Meanwhile, Leeds ’two main rivals on the relegation played a draw to do their own hopes a favor.

Watford, who took off, stopped a series of 11 defeats in a row when they drew with Everton in a failed match at Vicarage Road, depriving guests of the opportunity to move away from the relegation zone.

Romelu Lukaku (left) celebrates his third goal

Romelu Lukaku (left) celebrates Chelsea’s third goal at Elland Road.Credit:Getty

The best chance of the game fell to Everton’s Gray Demarai, who tipped his eight-yard shot at his mercy when Watford retained their first home goal of the season.

“Everton” scored 36 points in 35 games, two ahead of “Leeds United” in the third position in the relegation, and the latter played the game more.

Watford made a number of changes to their side due to injuries and made no effort the day the new manager Rob Edwards was appointed, but as was the case for most of the campaign, they lacked the quality to disturb guests.


Perhaps Everton were too cautious in their approach, of course, in the first half, and only in the second period did they bother home goalkeeper Ben Foster.

Former Watford striker Richardson was able to find a spot in the penalty area, and his rebound was well saved by Foster’s outstretched hand.

In a pointless competition, Jamie Vardy scored twice after returning to the starting lineup when Leicester City moved to the top half of the table with a 3-0 home win over Norwich City.


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