Chelsea, Everton and Tottenham triumphs

(ANSA) – LONDON, MAR 04 – Chelsea beat defending champion Liverpool 1-0 on the 29th date of the Premier League, in which Everton beat West Bromwich 1-0, while Tottenham won the same result to Fulham in a preview of matchday 33

Mason Mount scored the winning goal for Chelsea’s German DT Thomas Tuchel against his compatriot Juergen Klopp’s Liverpool at Anfield

Chelsea, which lined up the Italian-Brazilian Jorginho, thus rose to fourth place with 47 points, four more than Liverpool, which had the Brazilians Alisson, Fabinho and Roberto Firmino

Everton appears in fifth place with 46 points after celebrating their third victory in a row by winning 1-0 at Fulham.

The Brazilian Richarlison, who started with his compatriot Bernard (his compatriot Allan entered at 58 ‘), scored at 65’ the winning goal for Everton, which has one game less

For its part, West Bromwich, which featured the Brazilian nationalized Portuguese Matheus Pereira, remains second to last with 17 points, three more than bottom Sheffield United and six less than the second to last Fulham, who also lost 1-0 to Tottenham

The “Spurs” of the Portuguese DT José Mourinho took the victory thanks to the goal against Tosin Adarabioyo (19 ‘) after a dispatch from Dele Alli

Tottenham, who lined up Colombian Davinson Sánchez and included Brazilian Lucas Moura at 67 ‘, eight minutes before Argentine Erik Lamela, reached 42 points, but has one less duel

Date 29 will continue on Friday 19, when Leeds United of Argentine DT Marcelo Bielsa, who has 35 points, will visit Fulham, while the next day the duel between Brighton & Hove Albion and Newcastle will be played, both with 26 units.

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On Sunday 21 it will be the turn of the match between West Ham and Arsenal, with 45 and 37 points, respectively, while the day will conclude with Tottenham (39) -Southampton (30) on a day yet to be defined. (ANSA)

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