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Arsenal can not play Champions League!

06 May 2015, 15:49 | Update: 06 May 2015, 15:50
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Chelsea have taken place in the Champions League next season. On Sunday night, they took the third place in the Premier League by 3-0 in the Premier League. On the other hand, with Manchester United and another downing team, along with the regulated Hudersfield, Arsenal have been knocked out of the top four after Brighton draw. Two matches were scored 1-1. So Arsenal and Manu can not play in the Champions League next season.

Three teams in the league one more match left. Chelsea hold third place with 71 points, with Arsenal in fifth place with 67 points and United States and Chelsea at sixth place with 66 points. Tottenham Hotspur is at number four with 70 points

So Liverpool and Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham will play in the Champions League next season. Chelsea could not reach the home ground in the first half of the Stamford Bridge. But they returned to the rhythm by two goals in three minutes. In the 75th minute, Gonzalo Higuain scored Chelsea's goal with a goal.

After three losses in the Premier League, Arsenal were suffering from some lack of confidence in the Emirates Stadium. Nevertheless, in the 9th minute, they went ahead with penalty goals. But missing out on the opportunity to increase the gap, Arsenal got out of the match. In the 61st minute, Soli Marc got penalty against Granit Zakara, and then returned to Glenn Marie Brighton from spot kick. Brighton goalkeeper Matt Ryan did not allow Arsenal to go ahead with several balls to spare. Frustrated coach Emeri is now focusing on the Europa League's second leg match on Thursday. The third season of Arsenal have been dropped from the top four.

Meanwhile, United fans can not accept the 1-1 draw with Huddersfield. The team's coach admitted that there was no qualification for this team's Champions League.

                

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