Premier League 2022: Week 16 fixtures saw Garnacho saving the Red Devils, Brentford surprising City, and Odegaard continuing Arsenal’s winning streak
Week 16 was the last week of the Premier League until the English teams meet again after the World Cup. The match week, therefore, lived up to its expectations as each match ended up being a nail-biting fixture which saw City being stung by Brentford at the last minute and leading to City’s upset. Whereas, Manchester United was able to pull away from Fulham in the closing minutes of the game with super substitute Garnacho.
The Premier League week 16 saw Manchester City clash with Brentford, Liverpool head-to-head with Southampton, Bournemouth vs Everton, West Ham vs Leicester City, Newcastle clash with Chelsea, Wolves going the distance with Arsenal, Brighton clashing with Aston Villa and Fulham clashing with Manchester United.
Premier League giants, Manchester City, were startled by the Brentford side as Ivan Toney stung again, after scoring one, in the closing minutes of the match which led to Brentford’s victory as the match concluded in a 2-1 win for Brentford. Liverpool vs Southampton became a riveting match-up as the reds drew first blood in the opening minutes. Southampton answered back to the first goal, however, failed to contain the reds as Nunez went on to score 2 more which concluded in a 3-1 victory for Liverpool.
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Bournemouth dominated Everton’s side as the game concluded in a 3-0 win for Everton, Leicester followed suit and came out as victors with a 2-0 win against West Ham. Tottenham and Leeds United fixture became a spectacle to watch as both sides put up a good show as Leeds took a 3-1 lead in the first half, however, Bentacur and Ben Davies won the match for the Spurs as the match concluded in a 4-3 win for Tottenham.
Nottingham Forest was a stale fixture as Forest’s side won against Crystal Palace with a goal lead which concluded a 1-0 win for Nottingham Forest. Newcastle also followed suit with a goal while Chelsea failed to find any end product which led to a 1-0 win for Newcastle. Arsenal continued their winning bout with Martin Odegaard coming alive and scoring 2 goals which led the Wolves to lose 2-0 against Arsenal.
Brighton despite drawing first blood failed to contain Danny Ings as the latter went to score two goals which led Brighton’s 2-1 defeat against Aston Villa. On the contrary, Manchester United faced Fulham which put up a good fight. The defensive midfielder, J. Paulinha became a bother for United to pull ahead of the Fulham side, however, Garnacho turned out to be a super substitute as the match resulted in a 2-1 win for United.
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