Week 22 of the Premier league and it is four more months of exciting football, 16 weeks to see ...
Week 22 of the Premier league and it is four more months of exciting football, 16 weeks to see who gets crowned the winner of the EPL. Week 22 comes after a goals-galore in the previous week with Man Utd traveling to Liverpool in a game that has produced some of the best talking points.
Chelsea host Everton in another big game with the battle to survive the drop still going on fiercely with teams putting on a strange fight this week. Without further ado, here are the things we learnt from the Premier League this weekend.
LIVERPOOL IS WORK IN PROGRESS.
Unlike the red side of Manchester, you actually can view progress at the red side of Merseyside. The wins might not be coming in numbers but you can pinpoint what is wrong at Liverpool. Sunday’s defeat to Man Utd was not a fair reflection of the game but a reminder of the club lacking that cutting-edge player that could rally the team to wins.
|Liverpool Having Visible Progress Under Klopp|
FAX MACHINE EASILY IN MAN UTD’S HISTORY.
With the talk of David De Gea diving his way into becoming the greatest Man Utd goalkeeper over Peter Schmiechel, Man Utd owe a lot of thanks to the fax machine that was at the center of the transfer saga.
|De Gea Keeps Out Emre Can From Scoring.|
MARTINEZ NEEDS TO SORT HIS DEFENCE.
Everton create a lot of chances, take their chances as well. Goal scoring does not seem to be a problem, the Toffees are just behind Man City in the number of goals scored with 39, somehow they just don’t end up coming out with wins. The club has conceded 32 goals and those goals have been costly.
Draw against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge was a déjà
vu moment with the one point walk-off similar to the game against Bournemouth.
Going two up, getting pegged back, taking the lead, and losing it again in the
dying minutes. With Jagielka gradually getting into the side, Roberto would be
hoping his team would be able to keep it tight at the back and push forward
into continental places, a place they could easily have been in.
|Everton Have Let In 39 Goals This Season|
WILJNADUM DRAGGING TOONS UP.
The Dutch man has been the standout performer in a struggling season for Newcastle. The midfielder has bagged 9 goals in the league for the toons and has helped removed the team from the relegation spot temporarily and halt their five game winless run.
|"I'd Lead You To Safety"|
Extremely fragile, keep standing should be the tags on the Argentine international if City want to claim back their title. It is not even impossible for the Etihad to have EPL honors back with just a single point separating them and Arsenal.
|Man City Need Their Star-man Free From Injuries|