Premier League Game Week 11 My Review (Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool)
Once again all three teams that played in the Premier League got something out of the game that they were involved in, with regards to points. Manchester United still sit outside of the top six in the Premier League, only on goal difference though. Chelsea and Liverpool remain second and third on the Premier League table respectively with only goal difference separating them, in relation to their position on the table.
Bournemouth v Manchester United My Review
The game started badly for Manchester United as Bournemouth broke the dead lock early on thanks to a clinical finish by striker Callum Wilson. Bournemouth could have been three-nil ahead, but they failed to take their chances to make the result of the game a forgone conclusion. Anthony Martial equalized to put United undeservedly back in the contest. Bournemouth squandered an opportunity to take the lead in the second half, which United took full advantage of thanks to substitute Marcus Rashford scoring a fairly straight forward goal, that gave United the three points.
Chelsea v Crystal Palace My Review
Pedro managed to provide an assist for the first goal that was scored by Alvaro Morata in the second part of the first half to give Chelsea the lead. Crystal Palace scored an equalizer thanks to Andros Townsend. Alvaro Morata scored a second goal to give him a brace thanks to an assist by substitute Eden Hazard. Pedro gave Chelsea a three-nil victory thanks to a quality assist by Marcos Alonso.
Arsenal v Liverpool My Review
On paper this was an even game with Arsenal fifth on the table. Although the game isn’t played on paper it proved to be a tough contest with both sides failing to score in the first half of the game. Both teams did have opportunities to score, but they failed to break the deadlock. Liverpool captain James Milner opened the scoring in the second half, with Alexandre Lacazette equalizing to mean both teams took a point from an enthralling contest.
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