Tottenham grabbed a 2-1 home win over Arsenal in the English Premier League.
Arsenal took the lead after 16 minutes, as a result of Alexandre Lacazette's awkward, but ultimately successful, shot from the right. Tottenham quickly made it to the top when Arsenal’s Sead Kolasinac made a bad foul on which David Luiz didn’t make it. Son Heung-min thanked and raised the ball to the goal.
After 81 minutes, following yet another great corner, Toby Alderweireld knocked the ball to the limit of London's reach, who just couldn't put it in the net.
With his victory, Tottenham overtook Burnley as well as Arsenal and rose to eighth. Tottenham have scored 52 points and ninth-placed Arsenal have 50, both with three games left.
Wolverhampton grabbed a 3-0 home win over Everton.
Raul Jimenez shot a hard curved free kick, striking the post. In the second half, Leander Dendoncker sent a free kick in high over the penalty box.
The home team played Everton for the third time a good quarter of an hour before the final whistle. Ruben Neves made a great block, though.
Wolverhampton is in sixth. Manchester United, which is in fifth place, is three points ahead, but has played Wolverhampton less in the match.
Will City survive?
Normally, the top four in the Premier League will advance to the Champions League and the Fifth to the European League.
Manchester City, second, is threatened by a two-season Europel pan for breaking the rules of financial fair play in football, so finishing fifth could get a place in the Champions League.
City won the league cup earlier this season, bringing it a European League qualifier. The Manchester giant will reach the Champions League qualifiers in the league, so the European Cup place will be vacated.
Winning the English Cup also brings a place in the European League. If the Cup is won by a team that redeems a European seat through another route, this seat will also be vacated. Vacancies will be awarded based on league rankings.
City will hear on Monday whether the European Football Association's Uefa will remain in force. The International Court of Arbitration for Sport CAS will decide the matter.
If the pot is maintained, even the eighth in the Premier League could strive for the euro courts.