Manchester United's big win and Chelsea's huge fall in the English Premier League

Manchester United kept their chances of competing in the Champions League next season with a dominant 3-0 win over visiting West Ham on Sunday, while Chelsea lost 2-4 to Wolverhampton in the 23rd round of the English Premier League.

Dane Rasmus Hoylund scored the first goal for United in the 23rd minute, before Argentina's Alejandro Garnacho made himself the star of the second half by scoring twice.

The first goal came in the 49th minute, before he gave the final blow to former United coach David Moyes' team by scoring the hosts' third goal in the 84th minute.

With this result, Manchester United moved up to sixth place and are now 6 points clear of Spurs, while they are 8 points behind the last fourth place to qualify for the Champions League, which is occupied by their next rivals Aston Villa. Which means he is capable of reducing it to 5 if he returns as a winner on Sunday. Next from Villa Park.

chelsea's fall

Pochettino was in a completely uncomfortable position after losing 4–2 to Wolverhampton at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea's home ground and in front of their own fans, his first against Wolverhampton at his stadium since the 1978–79 season in the First Division. It was the first defeat.

Credit for the rare victory at the Wolverhampton Blues stadium goes to Brazilian Matheus Cunha.

Chelsea took the lead through Cole Palmer (19), but at the end of the first half after receiving two goals from Cunha (22) and the Frenchman Axel Dezazy, who accidentally turned the ball into his team's net (43). Gave.

Cunha added two goals in the second half (63 and 92 from penalty kicks) to win three points for his team, before his compatriot Thiago Silva reduced the gap (86), saving Chelsea from its tenth defeat this season. Wasn't enough for. In 11th place with 31 points, notably one point behind Wolverhampton.

In a match played with 10 players in the last 5 minutes, Bournemouth finished with a 1-1 draw with their visitors Nottingham Forest.

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