Premier League 2019/20- Matchweek 35 Review

Facts and Figures

Goals Scored: 34 goals= 3.4 goals per game!
Clean Sheets: 5 out of 20 teams, which equates to 25% of teams not letting in a goal.
Teams that Scored: 15 teams scored 34 goals, which is an average of 2.27 goals per team.
Draws: There were 2 draws, which meant that 20% of games were draws.
Matchweek 35 (In a Nutshell): In Matchweek 35, 5 of the 8 games that weren’t draws the losing team had more possession than the winning team! Find out why Matchweek 35 was enthralling!

Saturday Games (My Review)

Norwich City (0) v West Ham (4)- Norwich City had 52.5% possession yet lost the game comprehensively!
Watford (2) v Newcastle United (1)- Newcastle United had 52.3% possession, but they lost the game.
Liverpool (1) v Burnley (1)- Nick Pope, the Burnley goalkeeper was outstanding as Liverpool only scored one goal from 9 shots on target.

Sunday Games (My Review)

Sheffield United (3) v Chelsea (0)- Chelsea had 76.3% possession yet they lost the game 3-nil. It shows how deceiving stats can be!
Brighton (0) v Manchester City (5)- Manchester City capitalised on their domination of the game with a comprehensive win!
Wolverhampton (3) v Everton (0)- Wolverhampton claimed a well deserved 3 points over a disappointing Everton.
Aston Villa (2) v Crystal Palace (0)- Crystal Palace had a total of 54.9% possession yet they conceded 2 goals from Aston Villa’s 9 shots on target!

Monday Game (My Review)

Bournemouth (4) v Leicester City (1)- Leicester City had a total of 55.9% possession yet they lost the game 4 goals to 1! Leicester City were opened the scoring, remarkably through their star striker Jamie Vardy. Over a 21 minute period in the 2nd half Bournemouth scored 4 goals, thoroughly embarrassing a team that currently sits in the top 4!

Tuesday Game (My Review)

Manchester United (2) v Southampton (2)- Southampton took the lead in the 12th minute through Stuart Armstrong. Manchester United fought back to take the lead with 2 goals in 3 minutes, which made the score 2-1 in their favour in the 23rd minutes. They have Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial to thank for taking the lead. Southampton managed to salvage a goal in the 96th minute to make the final score 2-all. It what was a cracking contest.

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