We present to you another Goal Post episode. Review of Match Week 29 for the English Premier League. Highlighting previous games of Manchester United vs Manchester City, Chelsea vs Everton and Liverpool vs Bournemouth.
Manchester United 2 – 0 Manchester City
The Red Devils on Sunday completed the Premier League season by beating an opponent, Manchester City. They significantly increased their chances of qualifying for the Champions League victory with a score of 2-0. Anthony Martial made the winner 30 minutes in, and Scott McTominay scored a fantastic goal in the 96th minute to extend the club’s unbeaten run to 10 games. With the victory of Chelsea over Everton at the beginning of the day. Man United managed to achieve three crucial points that keep the team only three points from Blues for fourth place. Manchester United retained an excellent run of the form, coming with a convincing performance. Where the squad went out of order City, 12-7, and allowed of Pep Guardiola’s team to receive only four shots on the frame.
Both United goals should have been prevented by City goalkeeper Ederson. Who was unable to close the near post on Martial’s shot and assisted the second, underestimating the chance in extra time.
Chelsea 4 – 0 Everton
Everton’s terrible recent record of entering the first six in the Premier League continues. It is unlikely to be a surprise for many, but this game had a much different feeling than any other so far under Carlo Ancelotti. The Italian will look forward to returning to face the former Chelsea club. He would have taken a point, or perhaps even three at Stamford Bridge. The Blues had every reason to think that maybe they can get the result this time – despite their last victory. Which came on this site back in 1994. Chelsea struggled with injuries, their home form did not meet their usual high standards this season. So they have just left the place in the FA Cup in the middle of the week.
Meanwhile, Everton had reason to be positive about himself. Provided that the results did not go their way in the last two games, but, of course, there were substantial decisive moments to take from appearances against Arsenal and Manchester United. For the former, in particular, Chelsea FC had to get away with something. It was an excellent opportunity to break these six of the best, but they did not lie down and accepted defeat, as it was in the past with other sides of Everton.
Liverpool 2 – 1 Bournemouth
Liverpool were furious in the early stages, as the Cherries shockingly led the Anfield in controversial circumstances. Callum Wilson was listening at close quarters at home to stunning Anfield in silence. However, he appeared to squeeze over Joe Gomez in a build-up, leaving the Liverpool players apoplexy. The VAR considered the target, but Wilson’s challenge is not recognised as foul language, and therefore it remained in force. With Jurgen Klopp, who was furious on the sidelines, this did not come to naught too well – but his anger soon turned into joy. Mohamed Salah shortly afterward started an equaliser before Sadio Mane fired Liverpool 12 minutes before half-time. Jurgen’s reaction to Mane’s goal – which turned out to be the winner – caught the eye – as the cameras shot the German going wild at the linesman.
You can’t hear what Klopp said, but he seems to be aiming at the linesman as he walks along the touchline. Given that Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti was sent out last week for shouting at a referee.