Premier League: EPL News Online Roundup After Matchday 35, Table And Top Scorers
Premier League: EPL News Online Roundup After Matchday 35, Table And Top Scorers

Bernardo Silva and Leroy Sane secured a Manchester derby win for City on Wednesday night to go top as Manchester City took a huge step towards retaining their Premier League title.

The Citizens beat rivals Manchester United 2-0 at Old Trafford to leapfrog Liverpool into the top spot.

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Hello there! Welcome to the latest English Premier League (EPL) news online; blog roundup for today, April 25th, 2019 on the Concise News website.


Livescore: Title-Chasing Man City Grab Important Points At United

Manchester City is back at the top of the English Premier League (EPL) table following yet another defeat of Manchester United on Wednesday night.

Concise News reports that City won 2-0 in the derby at Old Trafford.

Livescore: Man City Grab Important Points At United (Twitter)
Livescore: Man City Grab Important Points At United (Twitter)

Premier League: Effect Of Arsenal’s Defeat To Wolves In Top-Four Race

Arsenal’s bid to return to the Champions League after a two-year hiatus suffered a huge setback with a 3-1 trashing by Wolves at Molineux on Wednesday.

The win takes Wolves, who were by far the better side, up from 10th to seventh in the EPL standings.

Premier League: Effect Of Arsenal's Defeat To Wolves In Top-Four Race
Wolves boosted their chances of picking a Europa League spot for next season with a 3-1 win of Arsenal onm Wednesday, April 24th, in the Premier League (Image courtesy Getty)

Premier League: Tottenham Brighten Top-Four Hopes

Christian Eriksen’s stunner was all Tottenham needed to overcome stubborn Brighton’s resistance to boost their hopes of a top-four finish in the Premier League.

With this crucial win, Spurs are three and four points ahead of London rivals, Chelsea and Arsenal, in the race for the last two Champions League places for next season, although the Gunners have a game in hand.

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Tottenham beat Brighton 1-0 in week 35 (image courtesy Reuters)

EPL News: Shane Long Scores Fastest Goal In Premier League History (Video)

Southampton striker Shane Long broke former Tottenham defender Ledley King fastest English Premier League goal record after scoring 7.69 seconds to the start of the match against Watford on Tuesday night.

Tottenham defender Ledley King holds the fastest goal record of 9.82 seconds against Bradford City in December 2000.

EPL News: Shane Long Scores Fastest Goal In Premier League History

EPL News: Man United Fans Want Us To Win Title – Man City’s Kyle Walker

Manchester City defender Kyle Walker says that Manchester United supporters are backing his team to win the Premier League title.

According to him, the supporters of their rivals have been approaching him to say they want City to win the title, not Liverpool.

EPL News: Man Utd Fans Keep Telling Me They Want City To Win The League- Kyle Walker

English Premier League (EPL) Table After Matchday 35

Pos Team P W D L GD Pts
1 Man City 35 29 2 4 67 89
2 Liverpool 35 27 7 1 59 88
3 Tottenham 35 23 1 11 30 70
4 Chelsea 35 20 7 8 21 67
5 Arsenal 35 20 6 9 23 66
6 Man Utd 35 19 7 9 13 64
7 Wolves 35 14 9 12 1 51
8 Watford 35 14 8 13 0 50
9 Everton 35 14 7 14 6 49
10 Leicester 35 14 6 15 1 48
11 West Ham 35 12 7 16 -10 43
12  Crystal Palace 35 12 6 17 -5 42
13 Newcastle 35 11 8 16 -9 41
14 Bournemouth 35 12 5 18 -13 41
15 Burnley 35 11 7 17 -18 40
16 Southampton 35 9 10 16 -17 37
17 Brighton 35 9 7 19 -22 34
18 Cardiff City 35 9 4 22 -35 31
R Fulham 35 6 5 24 -43 23
R Huddersfield 35 3 5 27 -49 14

 

English Premier League (EPL) Top Scorers After Matchday 35

Player Goals Assists
Sergio Aguero
Man City
19 8
Mohamed Salah
Liverpool
19 7
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
Arsenal
19 5
Sadio Mane
Liverpool
18 1
Raheem Sterling
Man City
17 10
Harry Kane
Tottenham
17 4
Eden Hazard
Chelsea
16 13
Jamie Vardy
Leicester
16 4
Paul Pogba
Man Utd
13 9
Alexandre Lacazette
Arsenal
13 8
Gylfi Sigurdsson
Everton
13 5
Richarlison
Everton
13 1
Callum Wilson
Bournemouth
12 8
Raul Jimenez
Wolves
12 7
Heung-min Son
Tottenham
12 6
Roberto Firmino
Liverpool
12 6
Luka Milivojevic
Crystal Palace
12 2
Romelu Lukaku
Man Utd
12 0
Joshua King
Bournemouth
11 3
Aleksandar Mitrovic
Fulham
11 3
Ashley Barnes
Burnley
11 2
Glenn Murray
Brighton
11 0