Three teams standing

Alright lads!! Footy’s back again and the third week of English Football has been a roller coaster ride. Only 3 teams left undefeated in the Premiership. Let’s take a look at the games…..

First up, Chelsea. What can I say? Eden Hazard is back in form baby!!! He opened the scoring at 9 minutes in, with a low curling shot at the bottom left with a Nemanja Matic assist. Next up, Willian scored the second goal at 41 minutes. Diego Costa was the one responsible for the beautiful pass in the box for an easy Willian goal. Victor Moses slotted in Chelsea’s final goal of the game, at 89 minutes. Lovely cross from Pedro. Chelsea has scored in the dying minutes of the game in the first 3 games.

Eden Hazard with a beautiful curling strike. Photo credits to the Premier League.

Manchester United just got a win barely. Throughout the game, it was like they’re playing pingpong with the ball. I really wanted Zlatan to score a goal since he is my captain in a fantasy league I’m playing. But then again, Marcus Rashford scored the goal in the injury time, with a Wayne Rooney assist. Marcus Rashford, is one for the future. I hope the kid gets developed by Jose Mourinho and given ample playing time.

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Marcus Rashford taps in a goal from a Wayne Rooney cross. Photo credits to the Premier League.

The last undefeated team in the Prem is Manchester City. The Citizens thumped the Hammers at home in a 3-1 thrashing, with Raheem Sterling netting 2 goals. Sterling scored the first goal at the 7 minute mark from a Nolito assist, and his second goal came from a David Silva assist in the injury time, rounding around Adrian for a tap in. The Citizen’s second goal was from Fernandinho in the 18th minute mark, coming from a Kevin De Bruyne assist. Chelsea, why did we release De Bruyne again?

The Hammers pulled back a goal at the 58th minute mark from a Michail Antonio header. The goal was spectacular, earning Antonio a call up for the English squad from the big man himself, Sam Allardyce. This is what we have been saying before and kept trying to pound it in Woy Hodgson’s head. Bring Antonio to the Euros!!!


Antonio pulling a goal back for the visitors from a cross from Arthur Masuaku. Photo credits to the Premier League.

I will be reviewing the other games of the week from the Prem in a second post. Once again, this is Footy, and you guys stay cheeky. Cheers!


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