Premier League 2019/20- Matchweek 34 Review

Facts and Figures

Goals Scored: 26 goals= 2.6 goals per game (For the 2nd Matchweek in a row!)
Clean Sheets: 6 out of 20 teams, which equates to 30% of teams not letting in a goal.
Teams that Scored: 14 teams scored 26 goals, which is an average of 1.86 goals per team.
Draws: There were 3 draws, which meant that 30% of games were draws.
Matchweek 34 (In a Nutshell): There was entertaining football played in Matchweek 34; find out why!

Wednesday Games (My Review)

Crystal Palace (2) v Chelsea (3)- It was a great game of football with both teams having a combined total of 27 shots!
Watford (2) v Norwich City (1)- Both teams combined for 21 shots!
Arsenal (1) v Leicester City (1)- Arsenal took the lead, but had a player sent off in the 75th minute. Jamie Vardy helped rescue a point for Leicester City late in the game. Both teams combined for 12 shots on target, with just the 2 goals resulting from those shots, which indicates that both goalkeepers had reasonable games.

Thursday Games (My Review)

Manchester City (5) v Newcastle United (0)- Manchester City completely obliterated Newcastle United.
Sheffield United (1) v Wolverhampton Wanderers (0)- Sheffield United won the game, despite having 42.8% possession!
West Ham (0) v Burnley (1)- Burnley won the game, even though they had 46.8% possession!
Brighton (1) v Liverpool (3)- Brighton kept the scoreboard somewhat respectable after trailing 2-nil after 8 minutes.

Friday Games (My Review)

Bournemouth (0) v Tottenham Hotspur (0)- Bournemouth had 35.7% of the possession. Surprisingly, they had both of the shots on target.
Everton (1) v Southampton (1)- Both teams had 4 shots on target each. Despite that Everton had just 38.7% possession.
Aston Villa (0) v Manchester United (3)- Manchester United controlled the game with 6 shots on target to Aston Villa’s 1. Manchester also dominated wit regards to the possession, having almost two/thirds of the possession.







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