Changes in the Premier League standings from the results of last night’s match, Tottenham in 4th position overshadows Arsenal

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Here are the results and the English Premier League standings .

Defeat West Ham United, Tottenham Hotspur overshadow Arsenal , who is ranked fourth and displacing Manchester United’s position in the 2021-2022 Premier League standings.

The four matches were completed on week 30 of the 2021-2022 Premier League which took place on Saturday (19/3/2022) to Sunday (20/3/2022)

In the 30th week, not many teams played because some played in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup, thus delaying the match.

Although there are no matches from teams like Liverpool and Manchester City as the main contenders for the Premier League title , some matches present interesting results.

One of them is the struggle for a place in the top four that brings Arsenal against Aston Villa at Villa Park on Saturday (19/3/2022) night WIB.

Quoted from BolaSport from the Premier League website, the two teams played in a balanced manner with Arsenal controlling 53 percent of possession while Aston Villa had 47 percent.

The only difference in this match was a single goal scored by Bukayo Saka in the 30th minute.

Beginning with Cedric Soares’ cross from the left side of the Aston Villa defence, Granit Xhaka, who received the pass, directed the ball into the middle of the penalty box.

Chaos ensued and the wild ball headed for Saka who was standing free just outside the penalty box.

Saka then launched a left-footed shot from outside the box which went into the right side of the Aston Villa goal and was unable to be saved by Emiliano Martinez.

Saka’s goal also led Arsenal to become the third team to score 2000 goals in the Premier League era after Manchester United and Liverpool.

In addition to this, the victory obtained by Mikel Arteta’s troops made them comfortable in fourth position in the standings with a collection of 54 points.

Another fierce match brought together Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United, who both had a mission to maintain hope to finish in the top four.

At the start of the match, Spurs had opened the scoring through an own goal scored by West Ham defender Kurt Zouma in the 9th minute.

Entering the 24th minute, Spurs moved away through a goal scored by Son thanks to a pass from Kane.

Not long after, in the 35th minute Said Benrahma brought West Ham to reduce the position to 1-2.

Utilizing a corner kick, the bait that led to Craig Dawson was able to be continued by a free-standing Benrahma.

At the start of the match, Spurs had opened the scoring through an own goal scored by West Ham defender Kurt Zouma in the 9th minute.

Entering the 24th minute, Spurs moved away through a goal scored by Son thanks to a pass from Kane.

Not long after, in the 35th minute Said Benrahma brought West Ham to reduce the position to 1-2.

Utilizing a corner kick, the bait that led to Craig Dawson was able to be continued by a free-standing Benrahma.

Hugo Lloris couldn’t stop his right foot kick from the front of goal.

The second half, Spurs and West Ham did not relax attacks and took turns pressing each other.

However, instead of equalizing David Moyes’s team, they conceded another goal before the game was dispersed.

The duo Kane and Son again became a scourge for West Ham in the 88th minute with the third goal for Spurs.

Son, who was not guarded and lived with Fabianski, managed to get the ball into the right side of the goal.

His right foot kick from inside the penalty box managed to trick the Polish goalkeeper.

Thanks to this goal, the combination of Kane-Son has been able to produce 38 goals in the Premier League era.

Spurs closed the game with a 3-1 win over West Ham and moved up to fifth in the standings displacing Manchester United.

The Lilywhites currently have 51 points and are only three points away from fourth-placed Arsenal who have 54 points.

Match results for the 30th week of the English Premier League 2021-2022 to Sunday (20/3/2022)
Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-3 Leeds United (Jonny 26′, Trincao 45+11′; Jack Harrison 63′, Rodrigo 66′, Luke Ayling 90+1′)

Aston Villa 0-1 Arsenal (Bukayo Saka 30′)

Leicester City 2-1 Brentford (Timothy Castagne 20′, James Maddison 33′; Yoane Wissa 85′)

Tottenham Hotspur 3-1 West Ham United (Kurt Zouma 9′-bd, Heung-min Son 24′, 88′; Said Benrahma 35′)

Changes in the Premier League standings from the results of last night’s match, Tottenham in 4th position overshadows Arsenal