Wolverhampton Wanderers won by the smallest difference (1-0) over Sheffield United, led by Sunderberg. With a season 26 loss, Sheffield is sure of relegation to the championship.
With Wolves, Red Devil Leander Dendoncker was in midfield alongside Joao Moutinho. They saw how their team suffered against the last in the standings. There were hardly any chances in the first half, 0-0 the logical result.
After the break, some pressure from Wolverhampton followed, but there weren’t many opportunities. Wolverhampton finally breathed a sigh of relief after a goal from deep forward Willian Jose, who scored his first goal in the Premier League.
Courageously desperate, Sheffield United tried to change course, but to no avail. Sander Berg (ex Genk) and his teammates were unable to dodge defeat and thus relegate.
Sheffield was revealed last season and competed for a European ticket until the last day of the match. But this season never happened and after 17 days of the match, Sheffield had barely scored two points. Only Sunderland in 2005-06 and Derby County in 2007-08 have scored fewer points after 32 games than Sheffield’s now 14 points.
See the goal and other photos of the match
Painful stats for Sheffield United