Premier League Game Week 28 My Review (Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool)
It was an entertaining Game Week of football with 11 goals scored in the 3 matches that were played. There was plenty of good finishing in the final 3rd and action to report on with all 3 teams that featured playing an entertaining and attacking brand of football and a lot to report on.
Crystal Palace v Manchester United My Review
No team converted their chances early in the contest. It took some superb lead up work from Luke Shaw and a clinical finish by Romelu Lukaku to break the deadlock. Romelu Lukakaku made it a brace in the 2nd half with a relatively straight forward goal in comparison to his 1st of the match. Crystal Palace managed to get a goal back to give themselves some hope. Ashley Young made the final score 3 goals to 1 in their favour with a good finish.
Chelsea v Tottenham My Review
There weren’t any real chances early until Gonzalo Higuain hit the post and followed that up near the midway point of the 1st half with a missed opportunity. Harry Winks of Tottenham had a superb shot from outside the box crash against the cross bar late in the 1st half. Chelsea finally broke the deadlock in the 2nd half thanks to a good finish from Pedro. Chelsea were fortunate that Harry Kane missed a good opportunity for Tottenham to equalize. Late on in the game Kevin Trippier of Tottenham scored an own goal to just about put Tottenham out of the Premier League title race. Chelsea got a 2-nil victory that keeps them in contention for a top 4 finish.
Liverpool v Watford My Review
Sadio Mane gave Liverpool the ascendancy early with a fantastic header that he put into the back of the net. Liverpool went 2-nil ahead thanks to a sublime finish from Mane who scored a freakish goal with a back heel that ended up in the back of the net. Divock Origi gave Liverpool an unassailable 3-nil lead in the 2nd half. Remarkably Virgil van Dijk scored a brace late on to give Liverpool a 5-nil victory in what looked like a tougher contest than it looked like it would be on paper thanks to Liverpool’s clinical finishing in the final 3rd.