Premier League Review- Matchweek 22 (Season 2020-21)

Facts and Figures

Goals Scored: There were 31 goals in nine games= An average of 3.1 goals per game!
Clean Sheets: Five out of 20 teams, which equates to 25% of teams that didn’t concede a goal.
Draws: There were no draws in ten matches!
Matchweek 22 (In a Nutshell): In Matchweek 22 I correctly predicted three out of ten results. In five out of ten matches, the losing team had more possession than their opponents! Check out the Matchweek 22 review!         

Team of the Week- Matchweek 22

Vicente Guaita (Crystal Palace), Aaron Wan-Bissaka (Manchester United), Rúben Dias (Manchester City), Gary Cahill (Crystal Palace), James Justin (Leicester City), Steven Alzate (Brighton and Hove Albion), Ilkay Gündogan (Manchester City), Jesse Lingard (West Ham), James Maddison (Leicester City), Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United), Anthony Martial (Manchester United)

Wednesday Morning Games (2 am Perth Time)

Sheffield United (2) v West Brom (1)
Sheffield United are Far from Frightened!
Facts and Figures: Sheffield United had 68.3% possession. They also had six shots on target to West Brom’s four.
Pivotal Moment: Billy Sharp made the score 2-1 to Sheffield United in the 73rd minute.
Sheffield United Game Changer: Billy Sharp
West Brom Game Changer: Sam Johnstone

Wolves (2) v Arsenal (1)
Wolves Too Good
Facts and Figures: Arsenal received two red cards.
Pivotal Moment: David Luiz was sent off if 1st half stoppage time.
Wolves Game Changer: João Moutinho
Arsenal Game Changer: Nicolas Pépé

Wednesday Morning Games (4.15 am Perth Time)

Manchester United (9) v Southampton (0)
Southampton Left Embarrassed
Facts and Figures: For the 2nd season in a row Southampton lost 9-nil. They did have two red cards and were down to nine men when the score was 6-nil.
Pivotal Moment: Alexandre Jankewitz was sent off in the 2nd minute of the game. It was his 1st game in the Premier League.
Manchester United Game Changer: Bruno Fernandes
Southampton Game Changer: None

Newcastle United (1) v Crystal Palace (2)
Palace Win in Average Display
Facts and Figures: It was 21 shots to six in Newcastle United’s favour.
Pivotal Moment: Gary Cahill headered the ball into the back of the net from a corner. It made the score 2-1 in Crystal Palace’s favour in the 25th minute.
Newcastle United Game Changer: Jonjo Shelvey
Crystal Palace Game Changer: Embrechi Eze

Thursday Morning Games (2 am Perth Time)

Burnley (0) v Manchester City (2)
Burnley Not at the Races!
Facts and Figures: It was six shots on target to nil in favour of Manchester City.
Pivotal Moment: Raheem Sterling made it 2-nil in the 38th minute.
Burnley Game Changer: Nick Pope
Manchester City Game Changer: Ilkay Gündogan

Fulham (0) v Leicester City (2)

Fulham Failed to get in a Rhythm
Facts and Figures: It was five shots on target to one in Leicester City’s favour. James Maddison finished the game with 2 assists.
Pivotal Moment: James Justin scored the 2nd goal of the game in the 44th minute.
Fulham Game Changer: Alphonso Areola
Leicester City Game Changer: James Maddison

Thursday Morning Game (3.30 am Perth Time)

Leeds United (1) v Everton (2)
Everton Claim a Win in an Even Attacking Contest
Facts and Figures: There were 13 shots on target for both teams combined. It was an open, attacking game of football.
Pivotal Moments: Robin Olsen made three saves within the space of a minute, in the 62nd minute.
Leeds United Game Changer: Patrick Bamford
Everton Game Changer: Dominic Calvert-Lewin

Thursday Morning Games (4.15 am Perth Time)

Aston Villa (1) v West Ham (3)
West Ham Defeat Woeful Villa
Facts and Figures: It was ten shots on target to two in West Ham’s favour. There was a brace scored by Jesse Lingard in his 1st game for West Ham.
Pivotal Moment: Jesse Lingard made the score 3-1 in West Ham’s favour in the 83rd minute.
Aston Villa Game Changer: Jack Grealish
West Ham Game Changer: Jesse Lingard

Liverpool (0) v Brighton and Hove Albion (1)
Liverpool Disappoint as Brighton Claim All Three Points!
Facts and Figures: It was four shots on target to one in Brighton and Hove Albion’s favour.
Pivotal Moment: Steven Alzate scored the only goal of the game in the 56th minute.
Liverpool Game Changer: Caoimhin Kelleher
Brighton and Hove Albion Game Changer: Steven Alzate

Friday Morning Game

Tottenham (0) v Chelsea (1)
Chelsea in Monotonous Game!
Facts and Figures: Both teams finished with just two shots on target each. One of the four shots on target was a goal scored by Jorginho from the penalty spot.
Pivotal Moment: Jorginho scored the only goal of the game from a penalty in the 24th minute.
Tottenham Game Changer: Eric Dier
Chelsea Game Changer: Jorginho




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