Game Week 38 of the Premier League Threw up Some Surprises!

Premier League Game Week 38 My Review (Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool)

It was an eventful Game Week 38 with the Premier League sadly ending, but it was fairly dramatic. It’s that time of the season where the Premier League title gets decided; remarkably the Premier League title wasn’t decided until the final Game Week of the Premier League season, with the title being decided, with Liverpool and Manchester City in the running until the final game of the season was completed. There were a couple of surprise results with Manchester United and Chelsea not finishing the season off the way they would have planned to.

Manchester United v Cardiff City My Review

Manchester United would have expected to finish off the season collecting the 3 points on offer playing against Cardiff City; a team already relegated, which they therefore would have expected to beat. Unfortunately for United that wasn’t what transpired; United would be embarrassed and concerned by their display in a game that they would have been shocked to lose. United lost the game despite having almost 3 times more possession than their opposition. They had 10 shots on target to 4, but lost the game 2 goals to nil, which was a disappointing end to the season for them.

Leicester City v Chelsea My Review

Chelsea drew a game in which the stats between the 2 sides involved was relatively even. It was a game that Chelsea would have liked to have won in order to end their season off on a good note, but that wasn’t the case; the game ended up being a scoreless draw.

Liverpool v Wolverhampton Wanderers My Review

Liverpool needed to win the game in order to have any chance of taking out the Premier League title. They held up their end of the bargain with a 2-nil victory thanks to a brace from Sadio Mane. Unfortunately Manchester City won their last game of the season so Liverpool just missed out on winning the Premier League title, but they still had a successful season finishing 2nd on the ladder, ensuring that they will be playing Champions League football next season.

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