Premier League What’s your team’s story: Matchweek 21 (Season 2022-23)

AFC Bournemouth: Dropped two points

AFC Bournemouth would be disappointed to concede a late goal as they are back in the relegation zone.

Arsenal: It was a tough test

Arsenal were tested, but ultimately they passed the test against an in form Manchester United.

Aston Villa: They are building momentum

Aston Villa won their third away game in a row.

Brentford: No shots on target tells the story

Brentford would be disappointed with their performance and were fortunate to claim a point.

Brighton and Hove Albion: Continue to attack

Brighton and Hove Albion are arguably the best team to watch in the Premier League.

Chelsea: A useful point

Chelsea would be comfortable with a draw in an away game against Liverpool, given Chelsea has a big injury lift.

Crystal Palace: They were completely outplayed

Crystal Palace played a Newcastle United team that had seven shots on target, but it was a scoreless draw.

Everton: Something has to change

Everton have to alter either the coach or make some tactical changes. Otherwise, they need to change players.

Fulham: A missed opportunity

Fulham played some good football and should’ve won a game, as they controlled the balance of play in the first half. They also finished with more shots on target than Tottenham Hotspur.

Leeds United: Should’ve won

Leeds United had five shots on target to none for Brentford, but it was a scoreless draw.

Leicester City: There’s some light at the end of the tunnel

Leicester City appear to have made some steps forward.

Liverpool: Off the boil

Liverpool put in a Shocking display as they offered little going forward. 

Manchester City: An easy day at the office

Manchester City should’ve won by more than three goals, but would be content with their win.

Manchester United: A brave display

Manchester United lost, despite scoring two goals against top of the table, Arsenal.

Newcastle United: They couldn’t score

Newcastle United had many chances to score, but they weren’t clinical in the final third.

Nottingham Forest: What may be a pivotal point

Nottingham Forest would be grateful that they scored a late equaliser against AFC Bournemouth.

Southampton: Competitive

Southampton were unfortunate to have a goal disallowed against an Aston Villa team that is in good form, as Southampton lost the game 1-0. Aston Villa goalkeeper, Emiliano Martinez had a good game.

Tottenham Hotspur: Despite being outplayed, at times, they claim the three points

Tottenham Hotspur weren’t at the races in the first half until stoppage time when Harry Kane scored the only goal of the game.

West Ham United: A win that they desperately needed

West Ham United got the three points in a game that they had to win, against fellow relegation battlers, Everton.

Wolverhampton Wanderers: They went in with the wrong plan

Wolverhampton Wanderers parked the bus and showed Manchester City too much respect.


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