Premier League 2019-20 Matchweek 38 and Season Review

Facts and Figures (Matchweek 38)

Goals Scored: 33 goals= 3.3 goals per game.
Clean Sheets: None of the 20 teams that played kept a clean sheet!
Teams that Scored: 20 teams scored 33 goals, which is an average of 1.65 goals per team.
Draws: There was only one draw, between Crystal Palace and Tottenham Hotspur
Matchweek 38 (In a Nutshell): In Matchweek 38 it was finality for every team, with four teams qualifying for the Champions League, one for the Europa League, one for the Europa League second qualifying round and three teams were relegated!

The Premier League Top Four- (Premier League Season 2019/20)

Champions Liverpool won their first title in the history of the Premier League, as it began 20 February, 1992. They won 18 games in a row and they went 27 games unbeaten! They lost just three games for the Season out of 38 games.
Second placed Manchester City’s goalkeeper, Ederson kept 16 clean sheets the most of anyone.
Third placed Manchester United relied on Marcus Rashford as Rashford scored 17 goals in 31 games.
Chelsea finished in fourth place. Frank Lampard won Manager of the Month in October, 2019.

Facts and Figures (Premier League Season 2019/20)

Jurgen Klopp won Manager of the Month in five out of eight months that it was awarded in.
Jamie Vardy scored the most goals of any player scoring 23 goals.
11 players scored a hat trick!
Kevin De Bruyne finished the Season with 20 assists, which was seven more than the next best!
Leicester City qualified for the Europa League group stage as they finished fifth.
Tottenham Hotspur qualified for the Europa League second qualifying round as they finished sixth.
The three teams that were relegated were: Bournemouth, Watford and Norwich City.

Final Thoughts (Premier League Season 2019/20)

Watford had a total of four Managers throughout the Season, but still got relegated finishing 19th! Of the ten managerial changes, Watford had three changes!
It was a tough Season as it was postponed for a fair period of time.
Jurgen Klopp is possibly the best Manager in the world, which he proved with the manner in which Liverpool performed for the entire Season.
The Football Writers’ Association Footballer of the Season was Liverpool Captain, Jordan Henderson.
Although the Season was postponed, it will be remembered for Liverpool’s dominance, which was inspirational!

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