MADRID, 5 Apr. (EUROPE PRESS) –
Newcastle and Manchester United beat West Ham (1-5) and Brentford (1-0) on Wednesday in postponed Premier League matches to score important points in the tight fight for the Champions League zone.
Eddie Howe’s team, with the doubles from Wilson and Joelinton plus another goal from Isak, struck down their rival on matchday 7 that they had pending due to the death of Queen Elizabeth II to add the fourth victory in a row and defend their League zone of Champions with 53 points, the same as United.
The ‘red devils’ won by the minimum at Old Trafford thanks to a solitary goal from Marcus Rashford in the first half, in a duel on matchday 25, which allows Ten Hag’s men to recover fourth place against a Tottenham that has three points less (50) and still one more game.