Tottenham player stars as pair of European hopefuls unravel in Hot or not: Gameweek 31 edition

Spurs player stars as pair of European hopefuls unfold in Hot or not: Gameweek 31 edition

The final week of the Premier League continues to show why millions around the world are interested. And while all the focus was on the battle between the first and second teams, which ended in a heart-stopping tie, surprises continued to unfold.

Everton scored an unexpected 3 points against Manchester United, while Brighton put them behind in the Emirates when they beat Arsenal in a match that had huge repercussions for the top four.

But who shined and who stood out for all the wrong reasons? 101 take a look.

Hot: Heung Min Soon

Spurs are in great shape at the moment, ensuring they are capitalizing on football with important wins in the hunt for the top four.

Watching Arsenal get it wrong twice, they are now in control of their own destiny as they look to finish the season in the Champions League for next season. At the center of their form was Heung Min-soon, who scored a hat-trick against Aston Villa and led them to the top of the list to score goals from open play this season.

If he and Kane continue their telepathic association and Conte is adequately backed into the summer, they can finally end the trophy drought next season.

Hot: Newcastle United

Another win for Newcastle United and Eddie Howe means that Newcastle United are almost safe from relegation this season.

While they spent a lot in January, Howe did an impressive job countering star striker Calum Wilson’s absence once again, leading Tyneside’s team to 34 points, 10 points off the relegation zone they’ve sat in for so long. The first half of the season.

With security guaranteed, attention will move to the next step in the summer, when they are expected to be busy again.

Hot: Chelsea

Thomas Tuchel and Chelsea could be forgiven for licking their wounds after the blistering losses to Brentford and Real Madrid last week, while a place in the top four looks a given for the Blues.

However, they came out swinging, crushing Southampton in what turned into a seasonal event for Ralph Hasenhuttl’s men thanks to a 6-0 result. It would have been more so, had Werner not developed a strong relationship with Alex McCarthy’s woodwork.

While the result does not mean much to either side, it could be just the strength the Blues need ahead of a big clash with Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Not: Mikel Arteta

It’s been a terrible week for Arsenal and Mikel Arteta. Stealed from Kieran Tierney and Thomas Partey, and likely until the end of the season, the Gunners have fallen to back-to-back defeats for the first time since the start of December, and fourth place finishes off control so far. their hands.

Questions will be asked of the manager, who opted to play Granit Xhaka at left-back and left youngster Sambi Lukunga as the lone midfielder against Brighton, while the finger will also be pointed at a lack of business in January.

Not: Watford

In what looked like a match Watford must win to have any chance of survival in the Premier League, Watford’s pathetic performance led to a heavy 3-0 defeat to fellow bottom club Leeds United.

The result, combined with wins from Newcastle, Brentford and Everton leaves the Hornets six points clear of the safety zone, losing four of their last five under Roy Hodgson.

Once again, the London team may line up for the championship next season.

Not: Manchester United

Manchester United continue to find themselves in a free fall, this time falling out of place against relegation-threatened Everton, barely putting a glove on the Toffees.

Despite the Red Devils owning nearly 70%, the Red Devils only managed 4 shots on goals, two of which came early in the piece with the score still at 0-0. However, Ralph Rangnick’s team seemed to be lacking in ideas, and it seemed to be the team that had already given up on the season.

Perhaps it was indicative of their attitude and captain that the only goal of the match was a skewed shot that landed at Harry Maguire, while Cristiano Ronaldo’s post-match antics were the Portuguese’s biggest threat throughout the afternoon.

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Premier League table

# a team deputy Dr s
1 Manchester 31 52 74
2 Liverpool FC 31 57 73
3 Chelsea Football Club 30 41 62
4 Tottenham Hotspur 31 19 57
5 Arsenal 30 9 54
6 West Ham United team 32 9 51
7 Manchester United 31 7 51
8 Wolverhampton Wanderers 32 5 49
9 Leicester City 29 -3 40
10 Crystal Palace 31 3 37
11 Brighton and Hove Albion 31 -9 37
12 Aston Villa 31 -4 36
13 Brentford 32 -9 36
14 Southampton 31 -15th 36
15th Newcastle United 31 -20 34
16 Leeds United 32 -30 33
17 Everton 30 -19 28
18 Burnley 30 -19 24
19 Watford 31 -31 22
20 Norwich City 31 -43 21
player a team Objectives
Salah Mohammed Liverpool FC 20
son, hyung min Tottenham Hotspur 17
Jota, Diogo Liverpool FC 15th
Mane, Sadio Liverpool FC 13
Kane, Harry Tottenham Hotspur 12
Tony, Evan Brentford 12
Ronaldo, Cristiano Manchester United 12
De Bruyne, Kevin Manchester 11
Zaha, Wilfred Crystal Palace 11
Mason mountain Chelsea Football Club 10
Mahrez, Riyad Manchester 10
Sterling, Raheem Manchester 10
Ravenha Leeds United 10
Vardy, Jimmy Leicester City 10
Bowen, Jarrod West Ham United team 9
Fernandez, Bruno Manchester United 9
Dennis, Emmanuel Watford 9
Saka, Bukayo Arsenal 9
Bucky, Timo Norwich City 9
Smith Roe, Emil Arsenal 9