Premier League What’s your team’s story: Matchweek 24 (Season 2022-23)

AFC Bournemouth: They can survive

AFC Bournemouth proved that they can avoid relegation with a pivotal win.

Arsenal: Attacking display paid dividends

They had 20 shots for the game in its entirety and scored four goals.

Aston Villa: They would be disappointed

They led 1-nil, but ended up losing to Arsenal 4-2.

Brentford: Two points dropped

Brentford would’ve come into their game against Crystal Palace expecting a win.

Brighton and Hove Albion: All out attack, but couldn’t get the ball in the back of the net

Brighton and Hove Albion lost a game that they had seven shots on target in. They just couldn’t score, as simple as that.

Chelsea: Can’t find their groove

Money can’t buy success. They are struggling to find their best 11.

Crystal Palace: They’ll be pleased with a draw

Crystal Palace would be happy to claim a point against Brentford, despite giving up a lead.

Everton: Back on track, as they attacked

Everton had the only six shots on target in their game against Leeds United and were rewarded with a 1-nil win.

Fulham: Obliterated statistically, but they won the game

Fulham were fortunate Bernd Leno was their goalkeeper, who made seven saves. They scored the only goal of the game in the 88th minute!

Leeds United: They’ve lost their way

Leeds United need a new coach; a change is as good as a holiday.

Leicester City: Played well in the first half, then fell apart

Leicester City controlled the game in the first half, but were outplayed by Manchester United in the second half.

Liverpool: Six points off top four, who would’ve thought?

Liverpool got a win, despite Newcastle United hitting the bar twice in the first half!

Manchester City: Failed to take their chances

Manchester City only scored one goal against Nottingham Forest and were punished, as they had to settle for a point.

Manchester United: Fortunate, but clinical

David de Gea made a couple of pivotal saves in the first half, which Leicester City dominated. Despite that, Manchester United went into the half time break leading 1-nil and won the game 3-nil.

Newcastle United: They weren’t bad, despite the scoreline

Newcastle United conceded two goals early and were reduced to ten men in the 22nd minute due to their goalkeeper, Nick Pope being sent off. Despite that, they showed character and performed admirably despite losing to Liverpool 2-nil.

Nottingham Forest: Luck was on their side

Nottingham Forest weren’t at the races until they scored the equaliser in the 84th minute.

Southampton: Where would they be without James Ward-Prowse?

Southampton rely so heavily on their captain James Ward-Prowse, who scored the only goal of the game from a free kick, against Chelsea!

Tottenham Hotspur: A game they had to win

Tottenham Hotspur would be pleased to move into the top four following a game that they had to win, against West Ham United.

West Ham United: They’re in a spot of bother

West Ham United lost and had only had one shot on target.

Wolverhampton Wanderers: Three points less than they should’ve had

Wolverhampton Wanderers controlled possession and the key stats, but lost their relegation battle with AFC Bournemouth.

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