Plenty of Goals and Enthralling Football Played in Game Week 17 of the Premier League!

Premier League Game Week 17 My Review (Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool)

Game Week 17 featured only the two games to report on as Manchester United and Liverpool faced off against each other. Liverpool are incredibly the only undefeated team in the Premier League as it stands. Eden Hazard of Chelsea has to up there as one of the top players in the world if his form in Game Week 17 is anything to judge him on, while Mohamed Salah has to be in the conversation. Xherdan Shaqiri displayed that he is a quality impact player. There was a remarkable seven goals scored in the two games played, which proves that the Premier League is an exciting competition to watch.  

Liverpool v Manchester United My Review

The game was in the balance for much of its duration with the score level at one all until midway through the second half. Sadio Mane unsurprisingly opened the scoring for Liverpool, while Jesse Lingard levelled the scoring in the first half; that was the score line that the game remained at for much of its duration, until one player changed the outcome of the contest; that person was Xherdan Shaqiri who managed to score a brace in the second half to demonstrate that he is an option with regards to featuring in Liverpool’s starting eleven and ensuring that Liverpool go top of the table and claimed the three points on offer.

Brighton v Chelsea My Review

Eden Hazard was the story from the game with the classy Belgian providing an assist and scoring a goal to further substantiate what a good player that he is. Pedro was the beneficiary of Hazard’s good work to score the opening goal of the match, while Willian set up the second goal that Hazard finished off. Solly March pulled a goal back for Brighton in the second half and that was how the game remained; two-one in favour of Chelsea, who collected a much needed three points.

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