The Premier League top-4 race is growing intense by each passing week, and none of the teams has been confirmed for the next year’s Champions League places yet.
Tottenham Hotspur conceded a 1-0 defeat to West Ham United in the Premier League earlier today.
The result has further intensified the top-4 race Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United are all fighting for the two positions. Liverpool and Manchester City have already confirmed their places for the next year’s Champions League.
Tottenham isn’t the only side to drop points. Recently, Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea have all been dropping points in the Premier League.
All the three sides have dropped points in their previous two games.
And so, Spanish side Sevilla, who are fighting for Champions League qualification in the La Liga, took a savage dig at the Premier League clubs for failing to secure results.
Sevilla trolls PL clubs:
The Spanish club took to Twitter to troll the Premier League sides.
In the tweet, they jokingly asked the Premier League clubs to offer their qualification places if they don’t want the Champions League places.
Here’s the tweet:
Yo @premierleague, if none of your teams want 4th place could you just give it to us? Would make life easier 😉🇪🇺
— Sevilla FC (@SevillaFC_ENG) April 27, 2019
While Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham could qualify for the Champions League through other competitions as well, Manchester United can only rely on the Premier League to secure a berth in Europe’s premier tournament next season.
Chelsea and Arsenal are in the semifinal of the Europa League, while Tottenham faces Ajax in the semifinal of the Champions League.
Sevilla, meanwhile, is level on points with the fourth-placed Getafe but faces tricky fixtures against Atletico Madrid and Athletic Bilbao in the La Liga.
Manchester United and Chelsea take each other on in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon. Arsenal visits King Power stadium as they aim to end their losing run against Leicester City.
Sevilla, meanwhile, visits Girona as the side will focus on maintaining pressure on Getafe.