Facts and Figures
Goals Scored: 19 goals= 1.9 goals per game
Clean Sheets: 9 out 20 teams, which equates to 45% of teams not letting in a goal.
Teams that Scored: 11 teams scored a total of 19 goals, which is an average of 1.73 goals per team of the teams that managed to score a goal.
Draws: 2 out of 10, which equates to the points being shared in 20% of games played.
Matchweek 31 (In a Nutshell): There was a hat trick, a couple of penalties, a red card and even an own goal! Liverpool have now officially won the Premier League 2019/20 title.
Wednesday Games (My Review)
Leicester City (0) v Brighton (0)- Both teams had a total of just 2 shots on target each. Leicester goalkeeper, Kasper Schmeichel was superb saving a penalty that was a well taken 1 from Neal Maupay, in the 14th minute. The Leicester City goalkeeper managed to hold the ball practically in 1 hand!
Tottenham Hotspur (2) v West Ham (0)- Tottenham’s 1st goal came from an own goal by West Ham’s Tomas Soucek who scored an own goal! Son Heung-Min stole the show! He provided the assist for Tottenham’s 2nd goal and was man of the match.
Thursday Games (My Review)
Manchester United (3) v Sheffield United (0)- Anthony Martial was inspirational, scoring a hat trick and a couple of assists from Marcus Rashford!
Newcastle United (1) v Aston Villa (1)- Points shared in tough contest.
Norwich City (0) v Everton (1)- Everton move just 1 point outside the top 10!
Wolverhampton Wanderers (1) v Bournemouth (0)- The game can be summed up by 1 stat; Wolverhampton had the only 2 shots on target in the game.
Liverpool (4) v Crystal Palace (0)- Liverpool had 4 separate goal scorers in a team effort.
Friday Games (My Review)
Burnley (1) v Watford (0)- It was probably the 2nd most entertaining game of Matchweek 31, with Burnley having 5 shots on target to Watford’s 4.
Southampton (0) v Arsenal (2)- Youngster Eddie Nketiah from Arsenal was the man of the match. Nketiah scored the opening goal of the game in the 20th minute.
Chelsea (2) v Manchester City (1)- It was 10 shots on target for Chelsea to Manchester City’s 2! Despite that Chelsea had just 35.2% possession. Manchester City’s Fernandinho was sent off and Willian scored a penalty that gave Chelsea the lead.