Classy Man City retain title/Liverpool look forward to Spurs in Madrid

Liverpool only lost one game and Klopp took four points off Pep.

City lost four but won 32 of their 38 games.

1 Man City       98 Pts

2. Liverpool     97 pts

3  Chelsea        72 Pts

4  Tottenham  71 Pts

5  Arsenal         70 pts

6  Man Utd       66 pts


Liverpool 2 Wolves 0

Brighton 1 Man City 4

Spurs 2 Everton 2

Burnley 1 Arsenal 3     

Leicester 0 Chelsea 0

Pogba Utd 0 Cardiff 2


Yes, anything can happen in football.

But I always thought Liverpool and City would both win.

So I backed Liverpool and Sadio Mane Anytime Goalscorer.

Why didn’t I back City to beat Brighton? Because I only bet on home teams

Liverpool were playing Wolves, stronger opponents.

At the Amex, veteran Glenn Murray headed an equaliser at the near post because Ederson didn’t come for the inswinging corner kick.

Then Sergio Aguero replied 123 seconds later and in 39 minutes the excellent Laporte also headed in a corner from six yards  to make it 1-2.

The other goals were by Mahrez (63) and Gundogan ( 72).

Late on at Anfield a Trent Alexander cross beat Salah but Mane stooped to head in his second goal. What a player! And what a season he’s had!

Now Liverpool travel to Madrid to play Spurs in the Champions League Final.

Spurs scrambled past Man City on away goals in the quarter-final, then went to Amsterdam and beat Ajax on away goals in the second leg of the semi. Two amazing victories for Pochettino and his squad.

Arsenal v Chelsea is the Europa Cup  Final on Wednesday 29th and I’ve already backed BTS is that game.

Liverpool v Tottenham is on Saturday June 1st in the new Atletico Madrid stadium and Klopperpool will be favourites.

After Trent made Origi’s winning goal, I thought of John Lennon

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