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West Ham United’s English midfielder Mark Noble (2L) remonstrates with Manchester United’s French midfielder Paul Pogba (2R) after he was fouled by him during the English Premier League football match between West Ham United and Manchester United at The London Stadium, in east London on May 10, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Ian KINGTON / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or ‘live’ services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. /

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Manchester United seal second spot in the Premier League table with a point at West Ham.

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West Ham United’s English midfielder Mark Noble (2L) remonstrates with Manchester United’s French midfielder Paul Pogba (2R) after he was fouled by him during the English Premier League football match between West Ham United and Manchester United at The London Stadium, in east London on May 10, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Ian KINGTON / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or ‘live’ services. Online in-match use limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. /

West Ham 0-0 Manchester United

Manchester United sealed second place in the Premier League thanks to a point at West Ham on Thursday night.

The Hammers started the brighter at the London Stadium and Marko Arnautovic headed over on 13 minutes.

Recalled Scott McTominay then nearly broke the deadlock at the other end as he fired narrowly wide.

Keeper Adrian was then called into action, palming away Alexis Sanchez’s effort before diverting Luke Shaw’s follow-up on to the post.

He had to save well from Sanchez again on the stroke of half time.

The second half of this dead rubber was a drab one – until Paul Pogba played the villain.

Mr West Ham Mark Noble was lashed out at by the Frenchman in the closing stages.

The midfielder leaped up, eyes bulging to accost his assailant, before everyone steamed in an ref Jon Moss booked the laughing Pogba.

It was as exciting as it was going to get, with both sides home and hosed at either end of the table with a game to spare.

Chelsea 1-1 Huddersfield

Chelsea players, Chelsea’s Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas (R), Chelsea’s Spanish midfielder Pedro (3R), Chelsea’s German defender Antonio Rudiger (2L) and Chelsea’s Spanish defender Cesar Azpilicueta (L) remonstrate with referee Lee Mason (2R) after he blew the whistle for half-time during the English Premier League football match between Chelsea and Huddersfield Town at Stamford Bridge in London on May 9, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / Ben STANSALL /

Chelsea saw their Premier League top four dream mangled by Huddersfield, who secured their top flight survival with another valiant display.

Antonio Conte’s side can still qualify for the Champions League, but only by winning and praying for a massive Livepool defeat at home to Brighton.

Laurent Depoitre stunned Stamford Bridge just after half time.

The forward latched on to Aaron Mooy’s perfect, lofted through ball, clipped past the onrushing-yet-cowardly Willy Caballero and then into the empty net.

But the Blues restored parity when Mathias Jorgensen’s clearance smashed back off Marcos Alonso’s face and into the back of the net just after the hour mark.

Huddersfield were then kept in the game by an awesome Jonas Lossl save, flying to his right at short notice.

The Yorkshire minnows clung on to seal a second season in the top flight.

Leicester 3-1 Arsenal

Leicester eased the pressure on boss Claude Puel and made it seven defeats from seven on the road this year for Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal.

Kelechi Iheanacho broke the deadlock on 14 minutes when he shinned one past Petr Cech in the Gunners goal.

Konstantinos Mavropanos then felled Iheanacho en route to goal seconds later, earning a red card for his trouble as the last man.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang made it eight goals in eight starts after the break, though, when he finished at the second time of asking past the grasp of debutant keeper Eldin Jakupovic.

But Leicester hit back after Demarai Gray was felled in the box by Henrikh Mkhitaryan.

Jamie Vardy whacked in from 12 yards to make it 2-1.

And Riyad Mahrez made a welcome three points safe when he knocked in on the counter attack in the 90th minute.

Manchester City 3-1 Brighton

Manchester City continued their quest for 100 Premier League points with an easy win over Brighton.

The Seagulls’ resistance lasted 16 minutes.

Leroy Sane picked out a sublime through ball that Danilo slid into the bottom left-hand corner.

But the visitors were level four minutes later when Leo Ulloa headed into an empty net following keeper Claudio Bravo’s madcap attempt to race out of goal to close down Davy Propper.

Sane had his second assist on 34 minutes when his low cross found Bernardo Silva, who finished firmly to restore the advantage.

Fernandinho slotted in the third as the City goal rampage continued.

Tottenham 1-0 Newcastle

Tottenham edged past Newcastle to seal Champions League qualification in the Premier League with a win at Wembley.

Jonjo Shelvey almost had the Toon Army ahead early on, only for his free kick to bounce away off the post.

But Spurs went ahead after the break when Harry Kane curled in from the edge of the box after Son Heung-min’s tidy pass on 50 minutes.

EPL Table on 10 May

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