Premier League 2019/20- Matchweek 27 My Review (Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool)
The title may be decided; everyone knows it’s inevitable that Liverpool will be crowned the 2019/20 Premier League title. Despite the fact that the winner of the Premier League still mathematically not a certainty, with Liverpool needing 4 wins to make it a forgone conclusion. Somehow the Premier League is still entertaining and exciting to watch, with the 3 games involving Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool with 11 of 28 goals scored in Matchweek 27! The race for the top 4 is alive and well with Chelsea 4th and Manchester United just 3 points behind in 5th!
Manchester United v Watford My Review
Manchester United were heavy favourites with their opponents Watford sitting in the relegation zone. It took a penalty to break the deadlock for Manchester United late in the 1st half, with Bruno Fernandes taking the responsibility to take the spot kick and do so successfully. The highlight of the game came when Anthony Martial scored an intelligent goal in the 58th minute, chipping the ball over former Manchester United goalkeeper, Ben Foster. Mason Greenwood made the result without doubt when he scored in the 75th minute, which gave his team a well deserved comfortable win 3-nil.
Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur My Review
In a game where you have 17 shots to 5 it appears as if the game would be extremely one sided, but it wasn’t at least from a scoreboard perspective. Olivier Giroud scored for the home team in the 15th minute to prove that he deserves to be considered as being picked in the starting line up every Matchweek! Macros Alonso embraced his new role of playing in the midfield scoring the 2nd goal of the game early in the 2nd half. Chelsea survived a late scare with Antonio Rudiger scoring an own goal to claim all 3 points.
Liverpool v West Ham United My Review
Liverpool were coming off a loss; it may not have been in the Premier League, but in the Uefa Champions League, but it was clearly a sign that the Premier League leaders are beatable, even against West Ham United who are in the relegation zone. Liverpool claimed all 3 points, despite the fact they were trailing 2-1. The game changed due to a goal keeping error by West Ham United goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski that made the score 2-all, which gave Liverpool the momentum to go on and win the game 3-2.