Premier League Game Week 16 My Review (Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool)
Game Week 16 resulted in the three teams reporting on claiming all three points on offer despite playing differing level of opposition. Manchester United played against bottom placed Fulham, whom United dispatched with ease. Chelsea had to battle against Game Week 15 top placed team in Manchester City, which they managed to do so. The three teams reported on scored a total of ten goals between the three of them in Game Week 16, which illustrated how dominant they were.
Manchester United v Fulham My Review
Manchester United controlled the first half with three goals to give them a comfortable buffer over Fulham. Anthony Martial wasn’t available to play, but Marcus Rashford did get a rare start. Rashford set up the first two goals to show how valuable a player he is for United. It makes it unclear as to why Rashford doesn’t start more often for United. In a positive for United, they had four separate goal scorers who scored their four goals. Fulham did manage to pull a goal back, but it was a fantastic performance from United.
Chelsea v Manchester City My Review
Eden Hazard continues to prove why he is capable of being renowned as the best player in the world as he not only scores goals, but he creates goals; Hazard provided the two assists for the two goals scored by Chelsea to dismantle the then top of the table Manchester City. It was a morale boosting victory for Chelsea as they are now in contention for one of the automatic Uefa Champions League Qualification spots. Chelsea beat City two-nil despite starting without a recognized striker!
Bournemouth v Liverpool My Review
Mohamed Salah scored a hat trick, not much else to report on. Liverpool finished four-nil victors with Bournemouth conceding an own goal, however Salah will take much of the headlines. Salah makes it look so simple; he is definitely one of the best players in the world of football! Liverpool took top spot on the Premier League ladder away from Manchester City and they remain unbeaten.