Antonio Conte hits after Tottenham miss win
Antonio Conte’s future as Tottenham manager was back in the spotlight after his side struggled to a draw after surrendering a 3-1 lead. Southampton Miss your chance for 3rd place.
Spurs looked set to overtake Manchester United in contention for Champions League berths as goals from Pedro Polo, Harry Kane and Ivan Perisic took control heading into the final stage at St Mary’s.
However, Southampton, who had equalized through Che Adams, scored through Theo Walcott 77 minutes earlier. James Ward-Prowse A last-minute penalty saved a dramatic 3-3 draw.
As a result, Spurs have only won one of their last five games, winning last weekend’s win against Nottingham Forest, and Conte, under pressure, lashed out at both player and club in a startling 10-minute post-match rant. attacked.
Southampton remain bottom of the table but are just one point behind Bournemouth after the Cherries lost 3-0 to Aston Villa.
With Douglas Luiz, Jacob Ramsey and Emiliano Buendia claiming their third win in four games, Unai Emery’s side are looking to finish in the top 10, but relegation fears are over.
During the match, both fans warmly welcomed David Brooks on the Villa Park pitch in the 79th minute, when the Bournemouth substitute made his first appearance since being diagnosed with cancer in October 2021.
Leeds picked up their second away win of the season, winning 4–2 and boosting their survival hopes. Wolf.
Luke Eyring doubled the advantage shortly after half time before Jack Harrison smashed in from close range to give Leeds the half-time lead before Rasmus Christensen made it 3–0.
The Wolves rallied with goals from Johnny and Mateusz Cunha, but their hopes of salvaging something from the match were dashed when the former was sent off for a late challenge to Eyring.
Leeds then picked up a rare away win, with unused Wolves substitute Mateus Nunes also shown a red card in the second half after two points clear of the drop zone when Rodrygo coolly finished José Sa. .
Ellis Sims saved a point Everton At Chelsea, Sean Daichi’s team attacked from behind twice to secure a valuable 2-2 draw.
João Felix put the Blues in front with a low shot just after halftime, but the Toffees leveled when Abdoulay Dukur’s header crossed the line before Kai Havertz cleared.
Chelsea, chasing a fourth straight win, regained the lead shortly after Havertz sent Jordan Pickford the wrong way from the penalty spot after James Tarkowski beat Reece James.
But the 22-year-old Sims scored his first goal for the club to equalize in the 89th minute as Everton went on a three-game unbeaten run and two points clear of the bottom three.
Leicester drew 1-1 with in-form Brentford and suffered five straight defeats in the league and cup.
Fox must have feared the worst when Brentford midfielder Matthias Jensen scored his fourth goal in five games.
However, Leicester drew level in the second half when Harvey Barnes was caught on a James Madison through ball and shot to David Raya.
Brentford were reduced to ten men in the second half when substitute Chandon-Baptiste saw red in a challenge at Keenan Dewsbury Hall.