It was a busy day of soccer on Saturday within the Premier League, with motion on the high and backside of the desk
Southampton secured their Premier League standing with an exhilarating 3-Three draw towards neighbours Bournemouth as Cardiff’s probabilities of escaping the drop had been dealt a potentially-fatal blow with defeat at Fulham.
Matt Targett thought he had scored the Saints’ winner – the 1,000th Premier League objective of the season – within the 67th minute however Callum Wilson scored his second of the sport 4 minutes from time to equalise.
Saints had taken a 12th-minute lead by way of Shane Lengthy just for Dan Gosling and Wilson to show issues round for the guests simply previous the half-hour.
Nevertheless, the purpose was sufficient to take Southampton to 38 and out of the attain of Cardiff, for whom relegation is now looming as they should win their final two matches to face any practical likelihood of staying up.
Neil Warnock’s facet path Brighton, who’ve a superior objective distinction, by 4 factors after Ryan Babel’s 79th-minute objective condemned them to defeat, with Junior Hoilett hitting the crossbar in added time.
Brighton inched nearer security within the late match as Pascal Gross cancelled out Ayoze Perez’s first-half opener in a 1-1 draw with Newcastle.
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Cardiff’s 1-Zero defeat additionally assured Burnley, who face Manchester Metropolis tomorrow, are protected on 40 factors.
On the different finish of the desk, third-placed Tottenham’s hopes of solidifying their top-four spot had been dealt a blow as West Ham turned the first opposition team to win at their new stadium.
Spurs had not conceded a objective of their earlier 4 video games at their new residence however Michail Antonio’s second-half strike was sufficient for a 1-0 win.
Wolves lead the race for seventh, and a possible European spot, after they beat fellow contenders Watford 2-1.
Raul Jimenez’s 41st-minute opener was cancelled out by Andre Grey simply after half-time just for Diogo Jota to revive Wolves’ lead within the 77th minute after a mistake by goalkeeper Ben Foster to take them 4 factors clear in seventh.
Everton missed the prospect to keep up the stress as inconsistency returned to canine them once more as, after hammering Manchester United 4-Zero final week, they had been held to a goalless draw at Crystal Palace.
Premier League outcomes on Saturday
Tottenham 0-1 West Ham
Crystal Palace 0-Zero Everton
Fulham 1-Zero Cardiff
Southampton 3-Three Bournemouth
Watford 1-2 Wolves
Brighton 1-1 Newcastle