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Skiddle's Open Goal: A Weekly Roundup of Football news and events
Skiddle's Open Goal looks at the most recent happenings in the world of football.
Date published: 25th Apr 2022
The Premier League is coming down to the wire and most of the teams have only a handful of games left. There were key results at the top and the bottom in the most recent game week. Manchester City cruised to an easy 5-1 victory over Watford, with the away side looking destined to go back to the Championship.
Gabriel Jesus had a productive game scoring four goals and setting up the other as City looked unstoppable. It was Liverpool's turn on Sunday as they faced Everton in the Merseyside derby. Everton dived, feigned injury and did everything possible to grind the clock down as they only had a 0-0 draw in mind but Liverpool broke their resistance through a header by Andy Robertson of all people.
Cult hero Divock Origi scored a second which confirmed that Everton would drop into the relegation zone and after spending so much money on their squad in recent years it would be a shock if they were to go down. Yet it is also a sign of the huge problems at the club and on their performances this season they would deserve to be in the Championship.
The other result which put Everton down into the relegation zone was Burnley's win over Wolves, the Lancashire side finding form at just the right time to put the pressure on and they look like they could grab a couple more wins this season too. In the battle for the crucial Champions League places, it was Arsenal vs Manchester United and the home side came out 3-0 winners.
In a game that featured many controversial VAR moments, Bruno Fernandes missed a penalty that could have changed the tide of the game but summarised a poor individual performance. Manchester United's Champions League hopes do not look promising at the moment. All eyes are on the title race though and with both teams looking unstoppable we're backing both of them to carry on winning and Man City to win by the one-point margin that they have.
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