It was an eventful weekend in the world of sports, as the 2019/20 Premier League season came to an end.
But let’s begin with the final of Coupe de France which happened on Friday.
PSG lift Coupe de France title
PSG beat St-Etiene 1-0 to win the Coupe de France after they were adjudged winners of the Ligue 1 in April.
The only goal of the game was scored by Neymar for PSG.
But a sad incident happened during the game that many football fans were not happy about. Kylian Mbappe suffered a serious injury during the game, as he left Stadium de France on crutches.
Liverpool lifted the Premier League title on Wednesday, but all the action and excitement was on Sunday as a lot had to be decided on the last day of the Premier League including top four finish and the teams to be relegated.
Manchester United and Chelsea secured Champions League place
Manchester United and Chelsea secured a place for next season’s Champions League at the expense of Leicester City.
Manchester United beat Leicester 2-0 to place third on the league table, while Chelsea also beat Wolves 2-0 to place fourth.
Timo Werner arrived in London ahead of Chelsea’s game
While Chelsea made sure they beat Wolves to cement their place in the top four, their latest signing Timo Werner was at the Stamford Bridge to watch his teammates play.
He arrived in London about two hours before Chelsea’s game against Wolves.
Bournemouth, Watford and Norwich City Relegated
Bournemouth and Watford, on the last day of the Premier League, joined Norwich City to be relegated to the Championship after they finished bottom of the league table.
Bournemouth regardless of their 3-1 win over Everton still got relegated as they placed 18 with 34 points, Watford placed 19th with 34 points and Norwich City finished 20th with 21 points.
Vardy, De Bruyne and Ederson win Premier League individual awards
Jamie Vardy won the Golden Boot with 23 goals, Kevin De Bruyne won the Playermaker award with 20 assists, and Ederson also won the Golden Glove with 16 clean sheets.
Andre Ayew’s worldie for Swansea City
Andre Ayew was superb for Swansea last night as he scored to give The Swans an advantage in their Championship playoff semi-final first leg against Brentford.
Ayew had earlier missed a penalty, before scoring the magnificent winner for Swansea.
Ronaldo scores as Juventus clinch ninth successive title
Juventus clinched a record-extending ninth successive Serie A title as they defeated Sampdoria in Turin.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 31st league goal of the season from Miralem Pjanic’s short free-kick in first-half injury time and Federico Bernardeschi sealed the victory after 67 minutes.
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