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Premier League Football - 13 May 2017

14 May 2017

As we entered the last game of the season, Manchester City were in pole position to be crowned champions, with Liverpool right on our heels in second place.

They are one loss, one Manchester City win and two Liverpool wins away from a fifth- or sixth-place finish.

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Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus celebrates scoring during the English Premier League soccer match between Manchester City and Leicester, at the Etihad Stadium, in Manchester, England, Saturday May 13, 2017.

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Leicester had been outplayed up to that point, but replied through Japan striker Shinji Okazaki's acrobatic volley in the 42nd and caused City problems in the closing stages. But the two early goals settled City here while the defence coped better with the risky Jamie Vardy up front.

The visitors also challenged the referee's decision to award City's opening goal, and they might have had a point.

The ball bobbled into the corner from 15 metres out, with the unsighted Schmeichel not even attempting a save. That being said, the motivation might be low and perhaps the best performance might not be demonstrated by the players who will feel down.

The question is: Have they left it too late?

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Tottneham can confirm a second-place finish with one more win and also can finish no lower than third.

"If you look before the weekend we were in the driving seat and not many would have predicted the results over the weekend, so who says there's not going to be another twist and turn?"

"We've got to big ourselves up".

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Premier League Football - 13 May 2017