Back after more than 3 months off because of the Covid-19 pandemic, MU was unbeaten in the last 9 rounds (won 6, drew 3). Chelsea also played quite well. Meanwhile, Leicester City fell “without braking” when teachers and students Brendan Rodgers lost to 4, drew 3 and won only 2 of 9 matches since the Premier League resumed operations. Losing MU 0-2 at home to King Power in the final round, “The fox” had to accept tickets to the Europa League.
MU’s impressive acceleration, along with Chelsea, under the young generals Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Frank Lampard, helped them finish the top 4 of the English Premier League and win tickets to the Champions League next season.
For MU alone, Solsa showed his remarkable ability to “look at people” when all the rookies he brought to Old Trafford this season such as Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Daniel James, Bruno Fernandes and Odion Ighalo all played extremely well. The most special of these is Bruno Fernandes, who contributed 8 goals and 7 assists to help the “red half of Manchester” unbeaten since he landed “Theater of Dreams” last month. This year.
With Chelsea, the fact that coach Frank Lampard came to Stamford Bridge to replace Maurizio Sarri has really brought a “new wind” for them. No more Eden Hazard, “The Blues” has boldly used many young talents like Tammy Abraham, Mason Mount or Reece James … and the good results came to them when they finished the top 4 Premier League this season to continue. continue to compete in the Champions League next season.
Arsenal has the worst performance in 25 years
Expected not small, but Arsenal under the new coach Mikel Arteta this season only finished the English Premier League this season with the 8th position, their worst performance in this arena after 25 years since the 1994/95 season. now.
However, “life buoy” still came with “Gunner”. In the recent FA cup final, they won Chelsea 2-1 and won the championship, thereby winning a ticket to directly participate in the Europa League next season. This is considered a great consolation to save an unsatisfactory season of the team from North London.