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Top Pictures Of The 2017/18 Premier League Season

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And with every story, there are pictures that flawlessly encapsulate the unique context and significance of the game.

 

West Ham goalkeeper Adrian grabs Cheikhou Kouyate’s head and not the ball at a corner.

There is no prize for guessing which team this young fan is supporting.

Lukasz Fabianski watches as the ball flies narrowly wide of his goal.

The Leicester City and Liverpool players wait for the ball to drop.

A tough match calls for a quick lie-down for Palace’s Mamadou Sakho.

Mohamed Salah kisses his Golden Boot award after finishing as the league’s top scorer

Arsenal fans in emotional tribute to Arsene Wenger in his last home match as manager.

The snow creates a wintry scene at bet365 Stadium.

Huddersfield’s boss David Wagner is lifted into the air after the club’s safety is secured.

Man City are crowned champions as they lift the PL Trophy.

Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte looks to be wondering what he is doing there and calling for divine intervention at Huddersfield.

Manchester City fans tuck into some pre-match fish and chips before the Manchester derby at the Etihad Stadium.

Jack Stephens clashes with Jack Wilshere, which leads to Stephens being shown a red card in injury time.

A tribute to Ray Wilkins by Chelsea fans before kick-off against West Ham United at Stamford Bridge. The stadium rose in the eighth minute to acclaim their former No 8 Wilkins.

Paul Pogba celebrates scoring United’s second goal, just two minutes after his first as United beat City 3-2 at delay City’s coronation as champions.

Watford’s Étienne Capoue and José Holebas get to grips with Burnley’s Sam Vokes as Burnley win 2-1 at Vicarage Road. Vokes’s leveler was scored with his first touch of the game and only 22 seconds after coming off the bench – the fastest goal scored by a substitute in the Premier League this season.

It’s all smiling at Emirates Stadium as Alexandre Lacazette puts the home fans in a happy mood.

Jesus’ last-gasp goal sealed City’s 100-point haul.

The Premier League ball adds a hint of color to the stand and fans at the bet365 Stadium.

Stoke defender Erik Pieters grapples with Reds striker Roberto Firmino.

Burnley qualify for Europe for the first time in 51 years

Harry Kane beat Alan Shearer’s record for most goals in a calendar year. Shearer had scored 36 goals in 42 games for Blackburn Rovers in 1995 and the record has stood since then.

Stoke dropping down into the Championship. In some respects, the fact that Stoke City have spent a decade in the Premier League felt more surprising than their relegation

 

 

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