Three Games and Remarkably Three Different Results! The Premier League is Alive and Well!

Premier League Game Week 15 My Review (Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool)

Game Week 15 was a highly entertaining one with three different results for the three teams that I review. Once again Manchester United struggled to get a result out of the game that they were involved in, all be it against Arsenal one of the in form teams of the Premier League. Chelsea missed an opportunity to stay in third place on the Premier League table. Liverpool continued their unbeaten run. All in all it was an enthralling Game Week 15 of football played in the Premier League.

Manchester United v Arsenal My Review

This game was a fairly entertaining, even contest between two teams looking to move into the top echelon of clubs in the Premier League as far as ladder position is concerned. Both United and Arsenal are considered to be big clubs so it’s surprising to see them both sitting outside the top four on the Premier League ladder as it stands. The game finished two-all, with United having more shots on goal, in spite of having less possession.

Wolves v Chelsea My Review

Chelsea took an early lead as expected with this a must win encounter for them to ensure that they are in contention for automatic UEFA Champions League qualification. Unsurprisingly Eden Hazard provided the assist for the opening goal of the contest. Chelsea took a narrow one goal lead into the half time break. The second half was a catastrophe for Chelsea with Wolves scoring two goals and causing a massive upset; it’s a result that’s hopefully an aberration for Chelsea rather than the start of a trend as far as their form is concerned.

Burnley v Liverpool My Review

The score was nil-nil at half time, with neither side able to break the dead lock in the first half. Burnley opened the scoring early in the second half through Jack Cork; they looked to have the capability to cause an upset and that stage of the game, however incredibly Liverpool cruised to a three-one victory and stay second on the Premier League table.



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