Manchester City came from 2-0 down to salvage a vital point in a 2-2 draw at West Ham to move one point ahead of Liverpool and keep the Premier League title in their hands. Catch up with the highlights from all of Sunday’s action.
City travelled to the London Stadium knowing they needed a maximum of four points from their final two games of the season to guarantee a fourth title in five years.
However, the Hammers took full advantage of City’s injury crisis at the back as the pace and poise of Jarrod Bowen put Liverpool right back in the title race.
Bowen burst onto Pablo Fornals’ ball over the top to round Ederson and put City behind in a league game for the first time since February. City did not learn their lesson as Bowen broke the offside trap once more in the final seconds of the first half to fire low past Ederson.
Jack Grealish hit back quickly after the break as he found the back of the net with a deflected strike before Vladimir Coufal turned Riyad Mahrez’s free-kick into his own net to level the scores.
Guardiola’s men then missed the chance to complete the comeback and move to the brink of the title when Mahrez’s penalty was saved by Lukasz Fabianski four minutes from time.
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At the Tottenham Hotspur stadium, Harry Kane’s penalty moved Spurs into fourth with a nervy 1-0 win over Burnley.
Antonio Conte’s men move two points ahead of north London rivals Arsenal, who travel to Newcastle on Monday, in the battle for a place in next season’s Champions League.
Tottenham still need a slip up from the Gunners to return to the Champions League next season, but upped the pressure on Mikel Arteta’s men.
Burnley now need something from their final two games to survive as Pascal Struijk’s late leveller at Elland Road gave Leeds hope.
Danny Welbeck put in-form Brighton in front, but he then missed a glorious chance to double Brighton’s lead and Struijk’s stoppage time header earned a point.
Everton are also still in a three-way battle to beat the drop after having two men sent off in a 3-2 home defeat to Brentford.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin put the Toffees in front before Jarrad Branthwaite was dismissed for pulling down Ivan Toney on 18 minutes.
Seamus Coleman’s own goal levelled for the Bees, but Everton led again at half-time thanks to Richarlison’s penalty.
Two goals in two minutes from Yoane Wissa and Rico Henry turned the game around and Everton’s misery was compounded by a late red card for Salomon Rondon.
Jamie Vardy and Harvey Barnes each scored twice as Leicester thrashed already-relegated Watford 5-1, while Aston Villa and Crystal Palace played out a 1-1 draw.
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