Premier League: Man United stays unbeaten on road; West Brom relegated
Just two weeks remain of the English soccer season.
Plus, there's the misfortune of relegation on the line.
Sunday's slate of matches had implications across the board in the EPL.
Here are the biggest results!
Man United rally vs. Villa
The win for second-place United delayed rival Manchester City's title celebrations for the time being.
While City's title is all but a foregone conclusion — up 10 points with three matches left to play — United coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took pride in keeping the champagne for City on ice a little while longer.
"That's a good thing, that's the best thing, at least we don't drive into a blue army tonight," Solskjaer told Sky Sports. "We'll try to delay it as long as we can."
With a crucial upcoming match Tuesday vs. Leicester City, it's a quick turnaround for Man U to keep their rivals from celebrating.
Arsenal relegates West Brom
Arsenal bounced back from being eliminated in the Europa League semis to do some eliminating of its own.
It was Smith-Rowe's first league goal for Arsenal and one which put the pressure on the relegation-threatened Baggies.
Speaking of firsts, Willian opened his Arsenal account with a memorable goal to put the game out of reach after West Brom made it interesting in the second half.
Willian's free-kick struck the inside of West Brom's side netting, putting the Gunners up 3-1 and the match out of reach.
The loss to Arsenal meant the drop for West Brom, something manager Sam Allardyce had never experienced in his long Premier League career.
West Ham's UCL hopes take a hit
The top-four race in the Premier League appears to be heading down to the wire.
The Hammers came painfully close to evening the score in the 61st minute but were denied by the crossbar.
With Sunday's matches in the books, Chelsea (64 points) and Leicester (63 points) sit third and fourth, respectively, with West Ham (58 points) Liverpool (57 points), Tottenham Hotspur (56 points) and Everton (55 points) lurking behind.
The two Merseyside clubs, Liverpool and Everton, also have a match in hand over the other Champions League hopefuls.
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