…Manchester United finish third ahead of Chelsea on goal difference after beating Leicester City 2 – 0 at King Power Stadium
Chelsea clinched fourth place in the Premier League to finish their qualification for next season’s Champions League as they beat Wolves two goals to nil.
The Blues who were beaten by Liverpool during the week needed a point to secure a place in the Champions League but got all three points against Nuno Espirito Santo’s men at Stamford Bridge to finish below Manchester United in third place.
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Mason Mount curled a 25-yard free-kick into the net to put Chelsea in front in 45+1 minute, while Olivier Giroud who has been fantastic in front of goals in the latter part of the season doubled the lead in 45+4 minute just in the nick of half-time.
Wolves wrapped up the campaign seventh on the log which could be enough for them to participate in the Europa League next season should Chelsea beat Arsenal in the FA Cup final in August.
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Chelsea concluded the campaign on the same points with Manchester United who finished third on goal difference as they beat Leicester City 2 – 0 at King Power Stadium.
The Red Devils got their opener in 71st minute from a penalty spot when Wes Morgan fouled Anthony Martial, and Bruno Fernandes stepped up to convert.
Leicester were reduced to ten men in 90+4 minute when John Evans was shown red for rough tackle on Scott McTominay.
Few minutes later, Jesse Lingard scored the second goal of the game to seal the match at 90+8 minutes.
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It is Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea that will represent England in the next season Champions League campaign.