Highlights of the Premier League

Klopp ends the 30 year wait in style

Jurgen Klopp successfully ended Liverpool Thirty-year wait in a spectacular fashion. After losing the league by a point a year ago, the defending European champions started their campaign on a very solid note, losing only two points in their opening 26 league games. Although the English Champions have been knocked out of the UEFA Champions League, the German tactician feels fulfilled, winning the league with the reds who last won the title in 1990.

King Kevin proves himself again

Kevin De Bruyne proved himself again after claiming the highest assists for the third consecutive season after making 20 assists. The city playmaker has now equaled former Arsenal striker Thiery Henry’s record for most assists in a season. Kevin also had 13 goals, an average of 55 passes with a completion rate of 82 percent per game. Kevin has a total of 101 assists since leaving Belgian Gent in 2012, 11 less than Lionel Messi.

Bruno helps Ole steal third spot

Manchester United ended their campaign on a good note, finishing third position, leading rivals, Chelsea on goal difference. United struggled to develop an identity before the arrival of the €55 million sensational midfielder from Portuguese club, Sporting Lisbon, winning just 9 out of 24 league games. However, since the arrival of the Portuguese playmaker, United have remained unbeaten in the premier league. Bruno has also scored 10 goals and has won the premier league player of the month twice.

Super Frankie deserves some accolades

Despite the exit of their talisman Eden Hazard to Real Madrid, David Luiz to Arsenal, and restriction from signing player due to their Transfer ban, Chelsea ended their season in the top four, goals behind third-placed Manchester United. Chelsea would be facing fellow north London rivals Arsenal in the FA cup finals after knocking out Manchester United in the semifinals. However, Chelsea fans around the world believe they would be stronger after they announced the signing of Moroccan winger Hakim Ziyech and German goalscorer, Timo Werner.

The special one secures Europa League spot

Jose Mourinho’s side Tottenham hotspur qualifies for the UEFA Europa League after drawing their final match of the season against Crystal Palace and Wolves lost to Chelsea. The Portuguese manager who took over in November from Mauricio Pochettino helped his team secure the sixth position after winning 13 out of his 26 league games in-charge.

Arteta’s revival at Arsenal continues

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta would be hoping to secure Europa League spot by defeating Chelsea in the FA cup final after a shocking victory against his former team Manchester City in the FA semis. The north London team ended their campaign falling short of the Europa League slot by three points. However, the Spanish boss would be hoping to strengthen his squad next season.

Unfortunately, AFC Bournemouth, Watford and Norwich city would be playing in the Championship next season. The remaining clubs have at least their survival to celebrate.

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