The game between West Ham United and Leicester City on the 35th match day in the Premier League on Saturday in a 2-2 tie ended. Youri Tielemans helped the Foxes in stoppage time with a point by Barnes with a sharp assist on the way to the end.
A handful of teams in the Premier League compete for the seventh place, knowing that even a European ticket can result in an English victory in the Champions or Europa League. Leicester City insisted on four days of the end of the best for, but also, West Ham made a waterkans. The Hammers had three duels in a row lost, but opened strongly against Leicester. Antonio (37.) headed home the opening goal staalhard within. With the end of vardy granted (67.) hit the flame in the pan. Ten minutes before time it seemed as if West Ham the victory to themselves. Obiangs shot ended up on the cover strip, but substitute Perez (81.) it was well followed to the 2-1 within tapping. In injury time came to Leicester still alongside. With a razor-sharp doorsteekpass put Tielemans the sunken Barnes (90.+2) on the way to the 2-2. The Red Devil was then immediately replaced.
0 – 0
Brighton & Hove Albion
Wolverhampton is also still eligible for the seventh place, but came not further than a doelpuntenloze 0-0 against Brighton. The team of Leander Dendoncker, who slotkwartier should finish it at the Wolves, did not succeed in the egelstelling of visitors to disrupt. The well-known old Matt Ryan helped Brighton, which is still fighting for preservation, with a few great rescues to a point. The Australian goalkeeper kept Dendoncker to two times of the winning hit.
1 – 2
In the struggle for place seven did Watford an excellent case, with a 1-2 win on a visit at the already relegated Huddersfield. Deulofeu (5. and 80.) put the Hornets on roses, the hit of invader Ahearne-Grant (90.+3) came too late for the home team. Isaac Mbenza played 65 minutes at Huddersfield, Christian Kabasele joined Watford is not of the bank. The Hornets are now seventh with 49 points. Behind them follow Leicester (48), Wolverhampton (48), Everton (46) and West Ham (43).
0 – 1
The already relegated Fulham finally recorded on a visit to Bournemouth’s first away win of the season. Aleksandar Mitrovic (53.) kicked from the penalty spot his eleventh hit against the nets, and thus laid the 0-1 final score. Dennis Odoi was at Fulham the match is full.