Chelsea winning streak continues

Naijaeverything reviews Round 29 of the EPL season. There was plenty of drama, goals and unexpected results with Leicester grabbing the impetus to pull themselves clear with five points at the top of the league.
Sanchez saved 10-man Arsenal’s blushes at white hart lane with a valuable goal to earn a draw. Chelsea stretch their unbeaten run to 12 games under Hiddink.


Arsene Wenger

Tottenham 2-2 Arsenal
Alexis Sanchez grabbed a vital goal to earn 10-man Arsenal a draw in this pulsating north London derby.
With both teams aiming to bounce back from midweek disappointments, it was all set for an entertaining afternoon of football, full of verve and passion.
Tottenham dominated the early exchanges, pressing their opponent relentlessly but fell behind when Aaron Ramsey netted a delightful improvised backheel.
The Gunners attempt to stop the losing rot of three consecutive games and revive their title hopes unravelled early in the second-half.
Francis Coquelin was deservedly sent off for two bookable offenses before Toby Alderweireld  equalised two minutes later.
Harry Kane put Spurs in front with a spectacular strike three minutes later before Sanchez ensured the share of the points with a leveller in the 78th minute.
Tottenham remain three points above Arsenal and five adrift of leaders, Leicester City.

Sergio Aguero

Manchester City 4-0 Aston Villa
Aguero scored a brace to power City back into the title race and leave beleaguered Aston Villa with no hope of retaining their Premier League status.
The first-half was goaless despite City dominating and dictating the proceedings but Manuel Pellegrini’s side gave a ruthless second-half performance to leave Villa on the brink of Premier League exit.
Yaya Toure struck three minutes into the second-half with a neat finish from a clinical move involving Aguero and Silva. Micah Richard’s own goal – an attempted clearance that went in off Aguero made it two before Aguero’s sixth goal in four Premier League matches made it three for the Etihad outfit soon afterwards.
Substitute Raheem Sterling completed the rout to stop a three-match losing streak and restored a three-point cushion to Manchester United in fifth.

West Ham player celebrates goal