Laurent Koscielny, FC Arsenal
Weekend Football Fixtures, Results, Tickets
The Spurs won their match 1-0, however they finished the season in fifth and will not play in Champions League competition next season.
After the last day of English Premier League competition, the top four spots on the England Premier League table have been secured to qualify for the Champions League next season. Manchester United are in 1st place on the Premiership table with 89 points; Manchester City is in 2nd with 78 points; FC Chelsea is in 3rd with 75 points; Arsenal is in 4th with 73 points.
Tottenham finish in 5th with 72 points; Everton is in 6th with 63 points; and FC Liverpool is in 7th with 61 points.
The Champions League Final, Europa Cup Final, Scottish Cup, Audi Cup Semi-Finals, and FA Cup Final will all be played in May. Great soccer tickets are available now for all popular fixtures. Follow links below to buy top football tickets at competitive prices online!
Manchester United won the England Premier League Championship, having cinched the title 13 times under the leadership of manager Sir Alex Ferguson who has announced his retirement.
May 19, 2013 Premiership Results
Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 Sunderland – Tottenham beat Sunderland 1-0 in their Premier League match at the White Hart Lane in London. Tottenham’s goal was scored by Bale (89′).
West Bromwich Albion 5-5 Manchester United - West Brom and Man Utd drew 5-5 in their Premier League match at the The Hawthorns in West Bromwich. West Brom’s goals were scored by Morrison (40′), Lukaku (50′, 80′, 86′) and Mulumbu (81′) and Man Utd’s goalscorers were Kagawa (6′), Olsson (og 9′), Büttner (30′), Van Persie (53′) and Hernández (63′).
West Ham United 4-2 Reading - West Ham beat Reading 4-2 in their Premier League match at the Boleyn Ground in London. West Ham's goals were scored by Nolan (23', 79', 87') and Vaz Te (34') and Reading's goalscorers were McCleary (53') and Le Fondre (55').
Chelsea 2-1 Everton - Chelsea beat Everton 2-1 in their Premier League match at the Stamford Bridge in London. Chelsea’s goals were scored by Mata (7′) and Torres (76′) and Everton’s goalscorer was Naismith (14′).
Liverpool 1-0 Queens Park Rangers - Liverpool beat QPR 1-0 in their Premier League match at the Anfield in Liverpool. Liverpool’s goal was scored by Coutinho (23′).
Manchester City v Norwich City - Norwich City beat Man City 3-2 in their Premier League match at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester. Man City’s goals were scored by Rodwell (29′, 59′) and Norwich City’s goalscorers were Pilkington (26′), Holt (54′) and Howson (65′).
Southampton v Stoke City - Southampton and Stoke City drew 1-1 in their Premier League match at the St. Mary’s Stadium in Southampton, Hampshire. Southampton’s goal was scored by Lambert (57′) and Stoke City’s goalscorer was Crouch (47′).
Wigan 2-2 Aston Villa - Wigan and Aston Villa drew 2-2 in their Premier League match at the The DW Stadium in Wigan. Wigan’s goals were scored by Boyce (20′) and Baker (og 45 + 3′) and Aston Villa’s goalscorers were Bent (5′) and Vlaar (60′).
Swansea City 2-3 Fulham - Norwich City beat Man City 3-2 in their Premier League match at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester. Man City’s goals were scored by Rodwell (29′, 59′) and Norwich City’s goalscorers were Pilkington (26′), Holt (54′) and Howson (65′).
Newcastle United 0-1 Arsenal - Arsenal beat Newcastle United 1-0 in their Premier League match at the St. James’ Park in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Arsenal’s goalscorer was Koscielny (52′).