Premier League

Premier League 2022-23: Which clubs were relegated down to Championship?

Rajarshi ShuklaRajarshi Shukla

May 29 2023
Premier League 2022-23: Which clubs were relegated down to Championship?

Everton survived on the last day of the season

Three teams began the last day of the 2022–23 Premier League campaign attempting to avoid the final two relegation spots. While Everton marinated in their Premier League status on the last day of the seaosn.

Leicester City

Despite defeating West Ham on the last day of the time of year, Leicester City’s nine-year tenure in the Premier League ultimately came to a close as they were painfully relegated.

Going into the last round of games, the destiny of the Foxes was already sealed, and Everton’s 1-0 victory against Bournemouth guaranteed that the 2015-16 champions fell by two points into the Championship.

Some gathered around defender Victor Kristiansen’s cell phone, but as the final whistle blew at Goodison, all optimism was dashed.

Many spectators jeered, while some gave their team members warm applause when they thanked the public before leaving the upper tier and going down the tunnel.

Leicester had a miserable season with only three victories from their final 17 games, and they have only managed one clean sheet since November.

Sam Allardyce could not save Leeds from relegation

Leeds United were eliminated from the Premier League after losing to Tottenham Hotspur in their final match of the year.

When the West Yorkshire side’s three-year top-flight stint came to a weak and dismal conclusion at Elland Road, the Whites’ supporters turned against both their squad and the club’s owners.

Leeds, who needed to win to have any hope of keeping their Premier League status, fell down after only two minutes thanks to Harry Kane’s superb goal.

Leeds’ most recent collapse in 2004 was followed by a 16-year absence. Eight were present the time before that, in 1982. They can only pray that nothing comparable is in store for them this time.

Southampton’s relegation call came early in the season

Liverpool and Southampton played to a dramatic 4-4 tie at St. Mary’s as Southampton said farewell to the Premier League.

After 11 seasons in the Premier League, Southampton’s demotion was officially announced on May 13 following a 2-0 loss to Fulham.

Despite a disastrous season, the Saints ended a five-match losing streak and left the top division on a high note.

While Liverpool concluded the season in fifth place and qualified for the Europa League, they finished 20th, 11 points outside of the Premier League’s safety zone.

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