Crystal Palace defeats Brighton and moves away from relegation

Crystal Palace (13th) beat Brighton (16th) 2-1 in their stadium this Monday in the match that closed the 25th date of the Premier League and put land in between with the relegation places, which they already have ten points away.

Striker Jean-Philippe Mateta scored the Palace’s first goal midway through the first half (28). After the break, defender Joël Veltman (55) equalized the contest.

When everything seemed to indicate that there would be a distribution of points, Christian Benteke (90 + 5) gave the three units to the London team.

Thanks to the victory, the visitors overtook Southampton and climb to 13th place in the standings with 32 points, six more than Brighton (16th), which has only four advantage over Fulham (18th) and the red zone of the board.

On this 25th matchday, Manchester City consolidated their leadership on Sunday thanks to their victory over Arsenal (10th) by the minimum. His neighbor, Manchester United (2nd), beat Newcastle (17th) hours later 3-1.

Leicester (3rd), tied at 49 points with United, and West Ham (4th, 45 points), close the positions that give access to the Champions League.

– Results of the matches of the 25th day of the English Premier League, and classification table:

– Friday:

Wolverhampton – Leeds 1 – 0

– Saturday:

Southampton – Chelsea 1 – 1

Burnley – West Bromwich 0 – 0

Liverpool – Everton 0 – 2

Fulham – Sheffield United 1 – 0

– Sunday:

West Ham – Tottenham 2-1

Aston Villa – Leicester 1 – 2

Arsenal – Manchester City 0 – 1

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Manchester United – Newcastle 3 – 1

– Monday:

Brighton – Crystal Palace 1 – 2

Classification: Pts JGEP GF GC Diff

1. Manchester City 59 25 18 5 2 50 15 35

2. Manchester United 49 25 14 7 4 53 32 21

3. Leicester 49 25 15 4 6 44 27 17

4. West Ham 45 25 13 6 6 39 29 10

5. Chelsea 43 25 12 7 6 41 25 16

6. Liverpool 40 25 11 7 7 45 34 11

7. Everton 40 24 12 4 8 37 33 4

8. Aston Villa 36 23 11 3 9 37 26 11

9. Tottenham 36 24 10 6 8 37 27 10

10. Arsenal 34 25 10 4 11 31 26 5

11. Wolverhampton 33 25 9 6 10 26 32 -6

12. Leeds 32 24 10 2 12 40 43 -3

13. Crystal Palace 32 25 9 5 11 29 43 -14

14. Southampton 30 24 8 6 10 31 40 -9

15. Burnley 28 25 7 7 11 18 30 -12

16. Brighton 26 25 5 11 9 26 32 -6

17. Newcastle 25 25 7 4 14 26 43 -17

18. Fulham 22 25 4 10 11 21 32 -11

19. West Bromwich 14 25 2 8 15 19 55 -36

20. Sheffield United 11 25 3 2 20 15 41 -26

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