Liverpool hope to reach the Champions League, Leicester City in danger of relegation

The joys and sorrows of Liverpool and Leicester City in the English Professional Football Premier League (EPL) were mixed. Liverpool have raised their hopes of qualifying for next season’s UEFA Champions League, but Leicester City are more likely to be relegated.

Liverpool defeated Leicester City 3-0 in an away match held at King Power Stadium in Leicester, England on the morning of the 16th (Korean time). Curtis Jones scored two goals and Trent Alexander-Arnold scored one. All three goals were assisted by Mohamed Salah. With this, Liverpool narrowed the gap with Manchester United (20 wins, 6 draws, 9 losses, 66 points) in 4th place with 19 wins, 8 draws and 9 losses (65 points) to 1 point.

Liverpool’s sluggish 메이저사이트 performance this season made it unclear whether they would qualify for next season’s Champions League. However, Liverpool recently raised hopes by raising the rankings with 7 consecutive wins and 9 consecutive undefeated (7 wins, 2 draws). Leicester City, on the other hand, are in danger of relegation. Leicester City is 19th with 8 wins, 6 draws and 22 losses (30 points), and is 2 points behind Everton (97 wins, 11 draws, 18 losses, 32 points), 17th outside the relegation zone. In the EPL, the 18th to 20th places are relegated to the second division championship.

If Leicester City is relegated, it will become the second team in history to fall to the championship after winning the EPL since the launch of the EPL in 1992. Blackburn Rovers reached the top of the EPL in the 1994-1995 season, but was relegated to 19th in the 1998-1998 season. And although it was promoted in 2001, it stayed in 19th place in the 2011-2012 season and fell to the championship. Leicester City, which was promoted to the EPL in 2014, reached the top in the 2015-2016 season, but was in danger of relegation after 7 years.

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