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  • Manchester City crowned 2020/21 champions
    Manchester City crowned 2020/21 champions A convincing title win, quality at the front of the pitch and resolute at the back with the highest amount of ‘goals for’ and least amount of ‘goals against’.
  • No Room for Racism, Premier League Campaign 2020/21
    No Room for Racism, Premier League Campaign 2020/21 Officials, Aston Villa and West Brom players take the knee at Villa Park, the Premier League play their part in the fight against racism all season with the No Room for Racism campaign.
  • Manuel Lanzini, West Ham celebration in 2020/21
    Manuel Lanzini, West Ham celebration in 2020/21 Lanzini scores an added time screamer to upset Spurs and take a point which would prove pivotal in securing European football come the end of the season.
  • Jack Grealish, Ross Barkley and Ollie Watkins, Aston Villa celebration in 2020/21
    Jack Grealish, Ross Barkley and Ollie Watkins, Aston Villa celebration in 2020/21 Goal scorers in the 7-2 win celebrate with each other against 2019/20 Champions Liverpool.
  • Man Utd Players, Manchester Utd celebration 2020/21
    Man Utd Players, Manchester Utd celebration 2020/21 The Red Devils equal the highest goal margin win with the 9-0 victory over Southampton
  • Érik Lamela, Tottenham Hotspurs goal in 2020/21
    Érik Lamela, Tottenham Hotspurs goal in 2020/21 Lamela scores in the North London Derby with a Rabona winning Premier League Goal of the Season.
  • Alisson, Liverpool Celebration in 2020/21
    Alisson, Liverpool Celebration in 2020/21 Alisson joins PL Goalkeeping history and keeps Liverpool Top 4 hopes alive with an added time winner.
  • Gareth Bale, Tottenham Hotspurs celebration 2020/21
    Gareth Bale, Tottenham Hotspurs celebration 2020/21 Gareth Bale ends Leicester’s Top 4 hopes and seals Spurs Europa Conference League qualification spot.
  • Harry Kane, Individual Awards in 2020/21
    Harry Kane, Individual Awards in 2020/21 Kane wins 20/21 Golden Boot and Playmaker awards after scoring 23 goals and assisting a further 14 for his teammates.
  • Sergio Agüero, Manchester City goal in 2020/21
    Sergio Agüero, Manchester City goal in 2020/21 Agüero says goodbye in style with his last Premier League goal, making history as the player with most PL goals at one club (184)

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