Premier League Game Week 7 My Review (Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool)
This week there were only two games to report on as Chelsea and Liverpool played each other. It’s tight at the top of the table with Liverpool second on the table on nineteen points and remarkably are still unbeaten with six wins and one draw, while Chelsea are also unbeaten and are in third place on the table on seventeen points, with five wins and two draws. Manchester United are in tenth place on the table with just ten points, which is deplorable for a club of their size, yet on the other hand is quite respectable considering how poorly they have performed this season, maybe even flattering. Eden Hazard was once again a pivotal part of the Chelsea team; he should be renowned as one of the best players in the world, remarkably Hazard is the top goal scorer in the Premier League as it stands with six goals having only started five out of seven games this season.
West Ham v Manchester United My Review
West Ham managed to open the scoring early in the piece through Felipe Anderson. Romelu Lukaku did well to header the ball, nearly managing to score, but unfortunately for United his header grazed the outside of the post. Victor Lindelof deflected the ball into his own net close to the half time break to make the score two-nil in favour of West Ham. Lukasz Fabianski, the West Ham goal keeper, did well to save a header from Marouane Fellaini. Luke Shaw took the resultant corner that was put into the back of the net by substitute Marcus Rashford; it’s surprising that Rashford finds it so tough to break into the United starting line up considering how good a player he is. Marko Arnautovic gave West Ham an almost unassailable three-one lead and that was how the game finished.
Chelsea v Liverpool My Review
Hazard opened the scoring shortly after the midway point in the first half to put Chelsea ahead one-nil. Mohamed Salah wasted a good chance for Liverpool. Sadio Mane also failed to convert a good opportunity to score an equalizer. Hazard wasted a good chance to make the score two-nil in favour of Chelsea. Substitute Xherdan Shaqiri of Liverpool was yet another player to miss an opportunity to score. Daniel Sturridge levelled the score at one-all with a sublime finished from outside the box, which was how the game finished. Liverpool could have won the game, but couldn’t convert, so in the end a draw was a fairly fair result.