Premier League 2019/20 Matchweek 28 My Review (Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool)
The title still isn’t decided considering the current form of Liverpool who are sorely missing one of their most important players through injury, in Jordan Henderson. It’s still virtually impossible for Liverpool to fail to win the 2019/20 Premier League title, but the Premier League is more intriguing with it practically impossible to find a game that is a forgone conclusion. Manchester United and Chelsea are aiming for a top 4 finish and a spot in next Seasons, Uefa Champions League!
Everton v Manchester United My Review
Manchester United needed to win this game as it was a key game for them if they are to finish in the top 4! Unfortunately, there was an horrendous error by David De Gea in the 3rd minute of the game that resulted in Everton opening the scoring; De Gea took too long to clear a ball that should have been a regulation clearance, with Everton’s, Dominic Calvert-Lewin blocking the ball and it resulting in the ball going into the back of the net. Manchester United managed to score an equaliser and gain a point!
Bournemouth v Chelsea My Review
Despite having nearly ¾ of the possession and 23 shots to Bournemouth’s 9! Chelsea nearly lost a game that they would have expected to win, particularly considering those stats! They had to rely on a player that normally plays in defence, in Marcos Alonso scoring a brace to come away from the game with a point! They had to wait until the 85th minute to score an equaliser, that made the final score 2-all against a team that’s in the relegation zone after Matchweek 28!
Watford v Liverpool My Review
This game was a forgone conclusion on paper, with it appearing unlikely that Liverpool draw this game and let alone lose it and not just fail to win it, but for this game to be a one sided win for Watford; a team in the relegation zone prior to this game! Liverpool had 70.8% possession, yet Watford had a total of 5 shots on target to Liverpool’s, 1. Watford won the game 3-nil, which was a score that wouldn’t have been a surprise if it was in Liverpool’s favour; that’s what makes football so great, it’s unpredictable!