Premier League Review- Matchweek 21 (Season 2021/22)

Facts and Figures

Goals Scored: There were 26 goals in eight matches.
Clean Sheets: Two out of 16 teams that played kept a clean sheet.
Draws: There was one draw in eight matches!
Matchweek 21 (In a Nutshell): In Matchweek 21 I correctly predicted two out of eight results. In three out of seven matches, where a team claimed three points the winning team had less possession than their opponents! Two games were postponed due to Covid. Find out what transpired in Matchweek 21.

Saturday Game One of Matchweek 21- (Perth Time- 01/01/2022)

Arsenal (1) v Manchester City (2)
Arsenal Robbed
Facts and Figures: Manchester City had 71.2% possession. Both teams had two shots on target. Arsenal played exceptionally well in the first half and took a deserved 1-nil lead into the break, but it should’ve been a bigger
Pivotal Moment: In the 10th minute of the match Arsenal should’ve been awarded a penalty by VAR.
Arsenal Game Changer: Bukayo Saka
Manchester City Game Changer: Riyad Mahrez

Saturday Game Two of Matchweek 21- (Perth Time- 01/01/2022)

Leicester City v Norwich City (Game Postponed)

Saturday Game Three of Matchweek 21- (Perth Time- 01/01/2022)

Watford (0) v Tottenham (1)
Tottenham Get Lucky Break, as they Score Late
Facts and Figures: Tottenham had 74.2% possession and nine shots on target to Watford’s four.
Pivotal Moment: Davinson Sánchez of Tottenham scored the only goal of the game in the 96th minute. The assist was provided by Son Heung-min.
Watford Game Changer: Daniel Bachmann
Tottenham Game Changer: Davinson Sánchez

Sunday Game Four of Matchweek 21- (Perth Time- 02/01/2021)

Crystal Palace (2) v West Ham (3)
Crystal Palace Leave Fightback Too Late!
Facts and Figures: West Ham had 37.4% possession and five shots on target compared to Crystal Palace’s six. Manuel Lanzini of West Ham scored a brace. Crystal Palace substitute Michael Olise finished the game with a goal and an assist.
Pivotal Moment: Manuel Lanzini of West Ham gave West Ham what proved to be an unassailable 3-nil lead from the penalty spot in the 5th minute of first half stoppage time.
Crystal Palace Game Changer: Michael Olise
West Ham Game Changer: Michail Antonio

Sunday Game Five of Matchweek 21- (Perth Time- 02/01/2022)

Brentford (2) v Aston Villa (1)
Brentford are Building Something
Facts and Figures: Brentford had 45.4% possession and four shots on target to Aston Villa’s five.
Pivotal Moment: Mads Roerslev scored what proved to be the winning goal of the game for Brentford in the 83rd minute.
Brentford Game Changer: Mads Roerslev
Aston Villa Game Changer: Danny Ings

Sunday Game Six of Matchweek 21- (Perth Time- 02/01/2022)

Everton (2) v Brighton and Hove Albion (3)
Everton Need Some Points, Brighton Didn’t Give Them Any!
Facts and Figures: Brighton and Hove Albion had 50.3% possession and five shots on target to Everton’s six.
Pivotal Moment: Alexis Mac Allister of Brighton and Hove Albion what proved to be an unassailable 3-1 lead in the 71st minute.
Everton Game Changer: Anthony Gordon
Brighton and Hove Albion Game Changer: Alexis Mac Allister

Sunday Game Seven of Matchweek 21- (Perth Time- 02/01/2022)

Leeds United (3) v Burnley (1)
Leeds United Claim Morale Boosting Win
Facts and Figures: Leeds United had 55.3% possession and seven shots on target compared with Burnley’s two.
Pivotal Moment: Stuart Dallas of Leeds United made the score 2-1 in their favour in the 77th minute. The assist was provided by Mateusz Klich.
Leeds United Game Changer: Stuart Dallas
Burnley Game Changer: Maxwel Cornet

Sunday Game Eight of Matchweek 21- (Perth Time- 02/01/2022)

Southampton v Newcastle United (Game Postponed)

Monday Game Nine of Matchweek 21- (Perth Time- 03/01/2022)

Chelsea (2) v Liverpool (2)
A Draw a Fair Result in a Pulsating Match
Facts and Figures: Chelsea had 55.3% possession. Both teams had six shots on target.
Pivotal Moment: Mateo Kovacic of Chelsea made the deficit one goal in the 42nd minute.
Chelsea Game Changer: Mateo Kovacic
Liverpool Game Changer: Mohamed Salah

Tuesday Game Ten of Matchweek 21- (Perth Time- 04/01/2022)

Manchester United (0) v Wolves (1)
Manchester United Fail to score and to Salvage a Draw
Facts and Figures: Wolves had 48.7% possession and six shots on target to Manchester United’s two. The result means it’s a possibility that Manchester United finish the season in the bottom half of the Premier League table.
Pivotal Moment: Bruno Fernandes of Manchester United had a free kick brilliantly saved by Wolves goalkeeper, José Sá in the 96th minute.
Manchester United Game Changer: David de Gea
Wolves Game Changers: João Moutinho, José Sá

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