Game Week 37 of the Premier League was Entertaining as the Results were Unpredictable!

Premier League Game Week 37 My Review (Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool)

It was an eventful Game Week 37 with the Premier League season heading towards a climax; it’s that time of the season where the Premier League title is about to be decided as well as who finishes in the top 4 and earns a spot in next season’s Uefa Champions League.

Huddersfield v Manchester United My Review

Manchester United controlled the balance of play, controlling possession with nearly double that of Huddersfield; as you’d expect in a fixture against the last placed team on the ladder with nothing to play for. United finished the game with 7 shots on target to Huddersfield’s 3 yet they failed to win a game that they desperately needed to, in order to keep their top 4 hopes alive! On a brighter note; youngster Scott McTominay opened the scoring for United. Unfortunately Huddersfield scored an unlikely equalizer in the second half to make the score 1-all and that was how the game finished!

Chelsea v Watford My Review

Chelsea faced a potentially tricky fixture against 10th place Watford who have reached the FA Cup final. However, it didn’t prove to be a tricky fixture with Chelsea winning the game 3 goals to nil. Chelsea had a total of 9 shots on target to Watford’s 3. Eden Hazard finished the game with 2 assists and Pedro with 1 assist. Since United and Arsenal drew their game Chelsea assured that they finish in the top 4 with their win over Watford; Chelsea currently sit 4 points above the 5th place Arsenal with just 1 game remaining.

Newcastle United v Liverpool My Review

Liverpool made hard work of a game that they needed to win to keep the title race alive. The game sat at 2-all in it’s dying stages, but Liverpool did manage to score a 3rd goal from a free kick late on to ensure they are still a mathematical chance to win the title with just 1 game remaining in the season.

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