WHO WILL TAKE THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE SPOT IN PL?
Hello football lovers, I come across this post to talk about the big points race that is happening in England today. The protagonists of this scenario are Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester United (which is far behind but I still believe in its awakening). In addition, we can also see the fall of Chelsea, a team that was much further ahead but lost precious points at the end of the championship.
THE LEVEL CHANGE OF THE SPURS.
With the dismissal of coach Nuno Espirito Santo, Spurs have completely changed their mindset. Leaving the middle of the table for the starting point of the G-4 in a few weeks with the arrival of the Italian Antonio Conte, which made the Londoners dream of a spot in the UCL in the 22/23 season. With an incredible 22 goals in 5 games in the last 5 rounds, Tottenham is a great candidate to take that fourth spot in the biggest club competition on the planet.But, it is important that they do not lose matches to opponents in the middle of the table, as they are important points that could cost Tottenham their place in the UCL, for example the defeat to Brighton and the draw away from home to Eriksen's Brentford.
THE CHANCE OF ARTETA
It is also worth noting the incredible campaign of Arsenal, a team that arrived with little hope at the beginning of the season with many resignations from coach Arteta. However, the board held him back in hopes of improving the team, and surprisingly this happened. As the season went on, Arteta's team picked up a lot of chemistry and found itself many times in the G-4, with an impressive campaign. But, as not everything is rosy, the team lost its performance in this final stage and could lose the dreamed place for the Champions League and see its London rivals, led by Harry Kane, get the chance to win the big cup. The team had a total of three straight defeats, to Crystal Palace, Brighton and SouthHampton, which gave chances to their rivals Tottenham and Cristiano Ronaldo's interesting Manchester United.
THE DREAM OF REDDEVILS
Manchester United is still alive in this fight. As much as it has gone through numerous defeats, the loss of performance of its rivals influences the maintenance of the reds at the top. In my opinion, it's difficult for this team to get that spot, but when it comes to Cristiano Ronaldo and his decisive power, anything is possible, even more so when it comes to the competition he dominates, the Champions League. I also find this place in the Europa League interesting, as it would be an ideal competition for a gain from the restructuring of the club, led by Dutchman Erik Ten Hag.
Tottenham and Arsenal are positively leveled, and I believe that this spot will depend exclusively on the direct confrontation of the 2 London teams, on 05/12 at Tottenham Hotspurs Stadium, in North London. But I don't totally take away the chance of the number 7 of the RedDevils to work a miracle in these final rounds.
I thank you all and see you next week to comment once more on English football and the miracles of the Champions League