21 April, 2014 - 11:06

David Moyes suffered another blow at the hands of his former club Everton

David Moyes probably had no idea about the meaning of the words ‘as bad as it gets’ when he said them a couple of months ago.

Manchester United delivered yet another miserbale performance at Goodison Park, former home of their new gaffer. The Red Devils controlled the ball for long periods, but were nowhere close to creating goal-scoring opportunities. Whatever support Moyes has from United bosses, there is a limit to their patience as the club suffer losses and could miss out on all European competitions should Arsenal fail to beat Hull City in the FA Cup final. The Toffees remain in contention for a Champions League spot.

Liverpool made a huge step to the title as they beat Norwich City courtesy of some sparkling performance from youngster Raheem Sterling, who scored a brace and assisted Luis Suarez. Jose Mourinho suffered his all-time first defeat at Stamford Bridge against fighting Sunderland and the title now does not look realistic. Mesut Ozil returned to action for Arsenal as they beat FA Cup final rivals Hull City 3-0. Tottenham Hotspur moved closer to Europa League with a 3-1 win over struggling Fulham as Christian Eriksen shone again.

Swansea boosted their survival chances after beating pathetic Newcastle United at St. James Park. Tony Pulis guided his Crystal Palace to fifth straight victory as the Eagles beat West Ham at Boleyn Ground courtesy of Mile Jedinak’s penalty.

With three games to go, Liverpool lie five points clear at the top of the table.

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Author: Leon Smolski

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