Facts and Figures
Goals Scored: 34 goals= 3.4 goals per game
Clean Sheets: 5 out 20 teams, which equates to 25% of teams not letting in a goal.
Teams that Scored: 15 teams scored a total of 34 goals, which is an average of 2.27 goals.
Draws: There were no draws in the 10 games that were played!
Matchweek 32 (In a Nutshell): There was a quite remarkable and interesting statistic in Matchweek 32; In 6 out of the 10 games that were played the winning team had less possession!
Saturday Game (My Review)
Aston Villa (0) v Wolverhampton Wanderers (1)- Both teams had a total of just 3 shots on target, combined. Leander Dendoncker broke the deadlock in the 62nd minute. It was a game that Aston Villa needed a result from as they currently sit 2nd last on the Premier League table; in the relegation zone.
Sunday Game (My Review)
Watford (1) v Southampton (3)- Southampton controlled the game with 7 shots on target to Watford’s nil; Watford’s goal came from an own goal by Southampton player, Jan Bednarek. Watford would be disappointed leaving the game with no points as they sit just one point above the relegation zone.
Tuesday Game (My Review)
Crystal Palace (0) v Burnley (1)- The game was fairly even from a statistical perspective with teams having 4 shots on target. Burnley won the game thanks to a goal in the 62nd minute.
Wednesday Game (My Review)
Brighton (0) v Manchester United (3)- Manchester United controlled the balance of play with over 60% of possession and 6 shots on target to Brighton’s 2. Mason Greenwood scored the opening goal of the game, which was followed by Bruno Fernandes scoring a brace!
Thursday Games (My Review)
Arsenal (4) v Norwich City (0)- Norwich City had little to play for as its virtually impossible for them to avoid being relegated.
Bournemouth (1) v Newcastle United (4)- Newcastle won the game 4 goals to Bournemouth’s 1 yet Bournemouth had more possession!
Everton (2) v Leicester City (1)- Everton had 34.9% possession yet they won the game 2 goals to Leicester City’s 1.
West Ham (3) v Chelsea (2)- West Ham won the game 3 goals to Chelsea’s 2 yet West Ham only had 28.9% possession.
Friday Games (My Review)
Sheffield United (3) v Tottenham Hotspur (1)- Sheffield United had just 32.5% possession yet won the game fairly comprehensively. Harry Kane managed to score a consolation goal late on.
Manchester City (4) v Liverpool (0)- Another game where the winning team had less possession; Manchester City had a total of just 47% possession for the game in its entirety. Liverpool can be forgiven for having a bad game as they are assured of winning the 2019/20 Premier League title.