Premier League What’s your team’s story: Matchweek 18 (Season 2022-23)

AFC Bournemouth: They are in a bit of a bad spot

AFC Bournemouth weren’t good enough to get a result against Crystal Palace.

Arsenal: They aren’t scared to attack

Arsenal won the game against Brighton and Hove Albion 4-2 as Arsenal were clinical in the final third.

 Aston Villa: They did well to cause an upset

Aston Villa coach Unai Emery decision to leave Emiliano Martinez on the bench was vindicated as Aston Villa beat Tottenham Hotspur 2-nil.

Brentford: Thomas Frank is a quality coach

Brentford had a potential tricky game against West Ham United who are languishing near the bottom of the Premier League table. Brentford fought hard to win 2-nil and were coached extremely well by Thomas Frank.

Brighton and Hove Albion: Were poor defensively

Brighton and Hove Albion conceded four goals, despite scoring two against Arsenal.

Chelsea: They have Kepa to thank for claiming a point

Chelsea had just two shots on target compared Nottingham Forest who had five shots on target. That’s despite Chelsea having 72.3% possession. Their goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga made four saves.

Crystal Palace: Cruised to victory

Crystal Palace played some good football and they won 2-nil against AFC Bournemouth.

Everton: They did what they had to do to get a point

Everton implemented good tactics to get something out of the game against Manchester City. The game ended 1-all.

Fulham: Claim crucial win

Fulham won a game that to be a tricky fixture, but they won it late on. They will be looking to finish in the top ten after beating Southampton 2-1.

Leeds United: A good goalkeeper is pivotal

Leeds United should thank their goalkeeper, Illan Meslier who had an outstanding game. Due to that they kept a clean sheet and the final score was nil-nil against Newcastle United.

Leicester City: Two own goals tells the story

Leicester City can count themselves unlucky that they didn’t get anything out of the game against Liverpool. Despite taking the lead in the fourth minute, Leicester City lost 2-1 due to two own goals from Wout Faes.

Liverpool: They were fortunate to claim all three points

Liverpool won thanks to two own goals scored by Leicester City. Despite conceding the opening goal of the game in the fourth minute, Liverpool won 2-1.

Manchester City: Their flaws were exposed

Manchester City have shown that they may not win the Premier League title this season. They only claimed a point against Everton.

Manchester United: They won without playing at their best

Manchester United didn’t perform to their optimum level, but defeated Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-nil.

Newcastle United: A game that they would normally win

Newcastle United threw away two points as the score was nil-nil against Leeds United, due to not taking their chances.

Nottingham Forest: There is some light at the end of the tunnel

Nottingham Forest managed to get a point against Chelsea in a game that ended 1-all.

Southampton: They nearly claimed a point

Southampton lost the game due to conceding a goal in the 88th minute. They lost to Fulham 2-1.

Tottenham Hotspur: Once again they weren’t up to standard

Tottenham Hotspur are in a bit of a tough spot as they continue to concede goals. They deservedly lost 2-nil to Aston Villa.

West Ham United: They are in trouble

West Ham United are a chance of being relegated if they don’t turn things around. They lost 2-nil to Brentford in Matchweek 18.

Wolverhampton Wanderers: A bit of bad luck

Wolverhampton Wanderers lost to Manchester United due to two brilliant saves from Manchester United goalkeeper, David de Gea.


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