2020/2021 Premier League is Over; These are the Four Representatives in Next Season’s Champions League

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2020/2021 Premier League has officially ended. All participants have played 38 matches. There has been a change of champions, but the Champions League participants for next season remain the same.

League this season, Manchester City (Man City), Manchester United (MU), Liverpool, and Chelsea represent England.

These four teams will return to enliven the Blue Continent’s highest competition.

Man City managed to overthrow Liverpool from its throne. Thus, The Citizens are certain to appear again in the Champions League 11 consecutive times. Meanwhile, Man United has locked runner-up status before the closing match.

Moreover, the Red Devils ended their campaign by beating Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-1.

The two Manchester clubs will again be accompanied by Chelsea and Liverpool.

Juergen Klopp’s fleet was finally able to secure the top four after beating Crystal Palace 2-0.

Two goals from Sadio Mane at Anfield, allowed the Reds to lock in third. On the other hand, Chelsea was fortunate.

The reason is, the Blues were almost thrown out of the top four because they were defeated by Aston Villa 1-2 at Villa Park.

Luckily, other rivals, namely Leicester City who are in the fifth position, also failed to gain points when they hosted Tottenham Hotspur.

Having won 2-1 through two goals from Jamie Vardy (18, 52) at the King Power Stadium, The Foxes lost 2-4.

Sontekan Harry Kane (41), Kasper Schmeichel’s own goal (76), and Gareth Bale’s brace (87 and 90 + 6) bury Leicester’s hopes of appearing in the 2021/2022 Champions League.

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