Premier League Game Week 18 My Review (Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool)
It was a fascinating week of football with Manchester United like a different team without Jose Mourinho coaching them. They scored goals virtually at will and won the game comfortably to give their supporters hope. Chelsea played a solid game, but failed to hit the scoreboard, managing to create plenty of chances and give their supporters a lot of positives to take out of the game. Liverpool won their game mainly thanks to Mohamed Salah who showed how much Liverpool rely on him.
Cardiff City v Manchester United My Review
Manchester United were like a different team with a new coach; perhaps it was a different voice or different tactics or selections and rotations. Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial in particular benefited from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer providing them with a start and freedom to express themselves as players. United were victorious in this game by five goals to one.
Chelsea v Leicester City My Review
Chelsea played a solid game without the finished product, as they failed to make an impact in the final third. They did everything, but finish off and therefore they left the game empty handed as far as points are concerned. It was a good game to watch despite the one-nil score line in favour of Leicester as there were many chances created by Chelsea.
Wolverhampton v Liverpool My Review
I viewed this game as a danger game for Liverpool on paper, with Wolverhampton a tough team to play against this season, however it was a fairly comfortable two-nil win for Liverpool mainly thanks to Mohamed Salah who managed one goal and one assist to once again substantiate what a quality player he is and the fact that he deserves to be highly regarded in world football.