The team led by José Mourinho finished in sixth position in the Premier League and, with the fall of Wolverhampton, is in continental competition.
Although Tottenham He played away from home against Crystal Palace, his eyes kept an eye on what was happening at Stamford Bridge with Wolverhampton. In their match, the Spurs drew 1-1 and qualified for the Europa League qualifying round.
Thanks to the goal of Harry Kane on this last date, the team led by José Mourinho finished the Premier League in sixth position with 59 units, the same as the Lobos, but with the goal difference in their favor.
In this way, those from north London entered that competition that, in previous times, the Portuguese coach even said that he would not like to play it, but that with the arrival at Tottenham, he changed his mind and accepted it.
On the other hand, with three more points despite having lost to Manchester United at home, Leicester City went straight into the group stage of the UEFA Europa League.
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