Liverpool finally got some slight of comfort ahead of their upcoming Champions League final fixture against Real Madrid as The Reds have secure that top four set in Premier League.
Having to battle until the final day of this season, Jurgen Klopp's men confirming their place for next season Champions League with their star player, Mohamed Salah also breaking the scoring record.
Tottenham Hotspur officially secured one spot for next season's Champions League as Mauricio Pochettino's men defeated Newcastle United 1-0.
Playing in front of their loyal crowd, Spurs immediately put on an aggressive display as they were eager to immediately clinch that top four seat before heading into the final match of this season.
Chelsea's hope of finishing top four in current English Premier League season remain alive and well following their important 1-0 victory over Liverpool on Sunday.
Playing in front of their home fans at Stamford Bridge, The Blues were very determined in getting all three points, notably knowing that it can keep their chance of acquiring one Champions League spot for next season.
An interesting news arrived on Friday when former Liverpool skipper, Steven Gerrard was appointed as the new manager for Scottish big name, Rangers FC.
That role is basically Gerrard's first managerial role ever, a quite brave decision by both parties, but not something that will give the former England international any doubts as he is confidence with his ability.
Liverpool ambition to chase for that runners up spot in Premier League was halted this weekend as Jurgen Klopp's men were held into a 2-2 draw by West Bromwich Albion.
Playing away from home didn't lower The Reds' intensity as they were pushing hard for goals straight from kick off, playing their usual aggressive attacking football.
Having been attacked with many criticism in recent years, including this season, Arsenal boss, Arsene Wenger, finally made a massive statement announcing his departure from the club at the end of this current season.
Successfully holding up Manchester City's title celebration last weekend, Manchester United pretty much handed it over to their arch rival on Sunday as Jose Mourinho's men suffered a home defeat against West Bromwich Albion.
Manchester City finally ended their recent run of bad results after grabbing an important away win over Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday.
Coming into the weekend tie following three straight defeats in all competition, Man City didn't seem to lose their heads as they still put on an aggressive display straight from kick off.
Manchester City still have to wait before being officially crowned as English Premier League champion this season as Pep Guardiola's men suffered a shocking 3-2 home defeat against their neighbor, Manchester United at Etihad Stadium.
The battle for top four seats in English Premier League still far from over, especially after Liverpool dropping some points on their latest fixture against city rival, Everton.
Playing the weekend tie with midweek Champions League tie on their mind, The Reds didn't put on their best eleven, as Jurgen Klopp opted to rest some of his team's important names.