Facts and Figures
Goals Scored: 25 goals= 2.5 goals per game!
Clean Sheets: 3 out of 20 teams, which equates to 15% of teams not letting in a goal.
Teams that Scored: 17 teams scored 25 goals, which is an average of 1.47 goals per team.
Draws: For the 2nd consecutive Matchweek there were 2 draws, which meant that 20% of games were draws.
Matchweek 36 (In a Nutshell): In Matchweek 36, 5 of the 8 games that weren’t draws the losing team had more possession than the winning team! Find out why Matchweek 36 was entertaining!
Wednesday Game (My Review)
Chelsea (1) v Norwich City (0)- Chelsea had slightly more than two/thirds of the possession. They controlled the tempo of the game with all 6 shots on target. They managed to score the only goal of the game through Olivier Giroud in 1st half stoppage time. Overall, the only positive to take from the contest for Chelsea was that they claimed all 3 points.
Thursday Games (My Review)
Burnley (1) v Wolverhampton Wanderers (1)- Wolverhampton had 5 shots on target to Burnley’s 1.
Manchester City (2) v Bournemouth (1)- Manchester City may have had 72.5% of possession, but they only had 4 shots on target to Bournemouth’s 3.
Newcastle United (1) v Tottenham Hotspur (3)- Tottenham had 47.2% possession and 5 shots on target to Newcastle United’s 6. Harry Kane stood out scoring a brace.
Arsenal (2) v Liverpool (1)- Arsenal had 31.1% of possession and 2 shots on target to Liverpool’s 8. Despite that Arsenal won 2 goals to one.
Friday Games (My Review)
Everton (1) v Aston Villa (1)- Each team scored a goal from their only shot on target!
Leicester City (2) v Sheffield United (0)- Leicester City 54.4% possession and 7 shots on target to Sheffield United’s one.
Crystal Palace (0) v Manchester United (2)- Manchester United may have had 59.4% possession, but they had the same number of shots on target as Crystal Palace; 5!
Southampton (1) v Brighton (1)- Southampton controlled the game with 67.9% and 6 shots on target to Brighton’s 2!
Saturday Game (My Review)
West Ham (3) v Watford (1)- West Ham only had 40.6% possession and 4 shots on target to Watford’s 3. Despite that West Ham had a comfortable win. The result means that West Ham will be in the Premier League next Season! Watford may not be though. We have to wait and see what happens in the last 2 games of the Premier League 2019/20 Season!