Henderson praying for Premier League 'miracle'

Henderson praying for Premier League 'miracle'

Cardiff have been relegated from the Premier League after losing 3-2 at home to Crystal Palace on Saturday.

Neil Warnock's side needed a win to have a realistic chance of beating the drop on the last day of the season, but they were out-classed by Palace at the Cardiff City Stadium.

All of England's top tier's relegation places are now known before the penultimate round of fixtures has reached its conclusion.

Michy Batshuayi and Andros Townsend scored either side of the break to put Palace 3-1 ahead, before Bobby Reid struck a stoppage-time consolation. "But it will make more sense if we are able to lift the Premier League". We showed limitations today and that's why we are where we are. You give credit for the titles and how huge our rival is", Guardiola said."I didn't expect to get the points we have this season so far after what we did last season.

"I think when you look back to when I came to the club, I thought the club was broken, I thought it was really in a poor state".

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Cicilline later clarified his comments on Twitter, stating that no date had officially been agreed to. EDT deadline, he thinks Nadler "will ask the committee to move forward with a contempt citation".

Origi, who scored a crucial stoppage-time victor against Everton last December, ensured that they will fight on for the title by heading in Xherdan Shaqiri's 86th-minute free kick at St James' Park. "It was a good centre by Shaq [Shaqiri] and in the end it went in, so I'm super happy for the team".

City host Brendan Rodgers' in-form Leicester on Monday night with anything but a win leaving City in second place, and Guardiola is anticipating a hard encounter as the season reaches its conclusion.

"We are fighting (five) teams, it is impossible for all six to get the top four, whatever happens I will feel proud and whatever happens in the (Champions League) semi-final I will be proud".

'The club's arrived again now.