Published: Mon, May 07, 2018
Medicine | By Melba Vasquez

Stoke is first English Premier League team relegated

Stoke is first English Premier League team relegated

And with Spurs' fourth place looking suddenly vulnerable Pochettino insisted they need to be ruthless with games against Newcastle and Leicester left.

Jake Livermore on Saturday kept alive West Bromwich Albion's slender hopes of avoiding relegation, as his last-gasp strike clinched a dramatic 1-0 win over Tottenham, while Stoke were relegated after a 2-1 defeat to Crystal Palace.

West Brom have dropped 26 points from winning positions this season - the most in the league - and there were few hints the Baggies would take the lead at The Hawthorns.

Mauricio Pochettino was irritated by Tottenham's lack of cutting edge in the 1-0 defeat at West Brom and urged his players to wrap up Champions League qualification over the final week of the season.

The win for West Brom means that the Baggies are now second from bottom in the Premier League table with 31 points from 37 matches, while Tottenham are currently fourth in the standings with 71 points from 36 games.

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Spurs dominated at The Hawthorns, having 75 percent of possession and 18 shots to West Brom's nine, but they squandered a host of chances, with Ben Foster saving well from Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen.

Albion were running out of time but Kane nearly scored a spectacular own goal when Lloris turned his sliced clearance over with 17 minutes left.

With Darren Moore's side just minutes away from relegation, Livermore sparked wild celebrations when the midfielder prodded home after a goal-mouth scramble two minutes into stoppage time.

So, in conclusion, other than Stoke being jettisoned today, the rest of the Premier League relegation triumvirate is still in flux.

Caretaker boss Darren Moore believes West Brom have restored a "feelgood factor" regardless of whether they are successful in their survival bid.

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He goes down as a better fighter than me. "You lot will laugh but I will beat Andre Ward ", said Bellew . "Doubt me now. The fourth saw both men firing but Bellew had the momentum, tagging Haye with a number of single and combination shots.

"I think maybe we need to assess why", he added. "The club asked me to take charge for the six games".

Watford should have turned around three goals to the good, only for the inspired Dubravka to deny Deeney both from the penalty spot and the rebound after Paul Dummett upended Gray in the box. They then got the most improbable result of the 10, a win over Spurs.

The first of Swansea's two remaining games is against Southampton, in a clash which could decide the fates of both teams.

Bournemouth broke the deadlock eight minutes from halftime.

The outstretched Ayoze Perez expertly redirected Javier Manquillo's whipped cross for his sixth league goal to get his side back into the match in the 55th minute. The unlikeliest is a Stoke win over Swansea, with the Potters already relegated.

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Bellew, however, shrugged off the incident, saying: "It was just a little push and shove". "He pushed me to get a reaction". He added: "I've done well over a 100 rounds in sparring in this camp with numerous partners with different styles".

Southampton broke the deadlock 11 minutes into the second half when Redmond directed a far-post header between Pickford's legs from Cedric Soares' cross, his first goal since May 13.

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