English Premier League Matchday 11 round-up

A major shift in places of the premier league table the matches had enough drama to talk about. Here are the results of Matchday Week 11 in the Premier League for you 

Fulham vs Manchester United 

Final score line :0-1

Scorers: Bruno Fernandez (90+1’) assisted by Facundo Pellistri 

Match facts: a not-so-very-convincing performance from the Red Devils they’d be happy to return home with a win with Marcus Rashford not in the team and Anthony not at all near to getting to his best, Manchester United is in the worst possible position when it comes to there frontman delivering. An 11-minute goal from Scott McTominay was wiped out due to VAR the controversial decision made the away fans wait for another 80 minutes for yet another goal to happen. A fine strike from club captain Bruno Fernandez won the game at the moment when a comeback was very difficult, surprisingly a not so loved Harry Maguire delivered a man of the match performance which even the fans didn’t expect.

Brentford vs West Ham 

Final score line: 3-2 

Scorers: Neil Maupay (11’) assisted by Franck Onyeka 

               Mohammed Kudus (19’) assisted by Michail Antonio 

               Jarred Bowen (26’)

               K. Mavropanos (55’) own goal 

               Nathan Collins (69’) assisted by Mathias Jensen 

Match facts: A comfortable win for the Brentford side who aren’t missing their star striker Ivan Toney at all considering their goal-scoring prowess continuing. 58.9 percent possession with a total of 548 passes throughout the game, the Bees were pretty much comfortable throughout the game but had a tough time regaining the lead when they lost one in the 19-minute Mohammed Kudus who is showing signs of adapting pretty well to the Premier League. At the end of the match, Brentford and West Ham remain in 9th and 11th place respectively.

Burnley vs Crystal Palace 

Final score line: 0-2

Scorers: Jeffery Schlupp (22’) assisted by Jordan Ayew 

                Tyrell Mitchell (90+4) assisted by Eberechi Eze 

Match facts: Vincent Kompany’s Burnley were dominant dying their whole game with their number 30 Luca Koleosho posing to be the biggest threat from their side down the flanks. The best performance from them having a total of 67.4 percent possession and still not winning the game was a bitter truth they had to accept where Crystal Palace comfortably won the game with J.Schlupp and Tyrell Mitchell on the scorecard making them sit with ease on 10th position with 15 points in hand while Burnley with their 5th loss in a row sit at 19th and looks destined for relegation until they start performing.

Everton vs Brighton 

Final score line: 1-1

Scorers: Vitaly Mykolenko (7’) 

               Ashley Young (84’) own goal 

Match facts: Premier League Matchday 11 and Everton hosted Brighton and Hove Albion at the Goodison Park. A completely blue atmosphere around the stadium to cheer their home side the result could have been better if the chances were capitalized more often. Although Brighton enjoyed a splendid 79.8 percent ball possession which is by far one of the highest ever they were only able to score past ones where they should have scored many. On the other end, Everton who had more shots on target should have converted the opportunities more but could which made the score line give one up for each side.

Manchester City vs Bournemouth 

Final score line: 6-1

Scorers: Jeremy Doku (30’) assisted by Rodri 

                Bernardo Silva (33’) assisted by Jeremy Doku 

                Manuel Akanji (37’) assisted by Jeremy Doku 

                Phil Foden (64’) assisted by Jeremy Doku 

                Luis Sinisterra (74’) assisted Max Aarons 

                Bernardo Silva (83’) assisted by Jeremy Doku 

                Nathan Ake (88’) assisted by Oscar Bob 

Match facts: Currently on top of the league Manchester City was completely in control of the game vs Bournemouth in the Premier League Matchday 11. A fabulous performance from Jeremy Doku who scored the opening goal for the Manchester Blue and set up not one, two, three but four of his teammates to increase their scoring tally. Erling Haaland was subbed off at the 46th minute due to injury with Phil Foden coming on to score. A consolation goal was scored by Luis Sinisterra to reduce the goal difference by one.

Sheffield United vs Wolves 

Final score line: 2-1

Scorers: Cameron Archer (72’) assisted by J. Mcatee 

                J. Bellegarde (89’) assisted by Hwang Hee-Chan 

                Oliver Norwood (90+10’) Penalty

Match facts: A first-ever win for Sheffield United in season 2023-2024 of the Premier League yesterday. They won against a Wolves side who have shown a great run of form lately with wins over some of the biggest infirm clubs in the premier league. The match went on till the very end as both the teams remained on equal terms till the last bit of the game. A 90+10 minute penalty made the outcome in favor of Sheffield United who now have a win to discuss about.

Newcastle vs Arsenal 

Final score line: 1-0

ScorNewcastle'sers: Anthony Gordon (84’) assisted by Joelington 

Matchfacts: Chaos, Drama, VAR. The most discussed topics throughout and after the game. First loss of the campaign for Arsenal and it wasn’t a good one. Mikel Arteta was fuming in anger with the VAR not being able to give the right call on the ball going out of the game when Anthony Gordon scored as Joelington pushed Gabriel Magalhaes from behind, which the referees didn’t even notice. During a post-match interview, he showed his anguish by saying “unacceptable” and “not the best league in the world with these standards”. They currently sit at third position while Newcastle sit at 6.

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