The 2022-2023 Premier League season was a thrilling one, with plenty of twists and turns. Manchester City were the worthy winners, but there were plenty of other stories to tell.
Manchester City secured their fifth Premier League title in six seasons, including a remarkable three consecutive trophies.
The Citizens finished the season with 89 points, comfortably ahead of second-placed Arsenal by a margin of five points.
The upcoming season will witness the return of Europe’s elite football competition to Old Trafford, the Emirates Stadium, and St James’ Park after a significant absence.
The relegation fate of Leeds United and Leicester City was determined on matchday twenty-eight, while the Everton versus Bournemouth match lived up to the hype.
Abdoulaye Doucore’s remarkable goal, reminiscent of Barry Horne’s legendary strikes, will be etched in the memory of Goodison Park for years to come.
It proved to be the decisive moment in the game, securing Everton’s safety for another season in the top flight.
Unfortunately, Leicester City’s victory over West Ham was not enough to avoid relegation. Southampton, Leeds, and Leicester will drop down to championship football next season.
On the other hand, Manchester United secured third place with a nervy win over Fulham, marking their return to the UEFA Champions League for the first time since 2021.
Arsenal, boasting one of the youngest squads in the league, emphatically defeated Wolves to secure a strong second-place finish and ensure the return of Champions League football to the Emirates Stadium for the first time since 2016.
The newly crowned Premier League champions, however, had their remarkable winning streak of twenty five games halted with a defeat against Brentford.
Newcastle United sealed fourth place with a hard-fought draw at Stamford Bridge, solidifying their position for European competition.
Meanwhile, Liverpool settled for fifth place after a thrilling four-all draw against Southampton. They will compete in the Europa League next season.
The new season is set to commence in the later months of the year, around August and September.