The premier league is always fascinating. this makes it so so interesting to the audience. furthermore, its unpredictability always keeps the fans keen on the matches. here are some of the lessons learned from match-day 29.
Aaron Ramsey is ready for the Juventus challenge
Aaron Ramsey cemented himself again as a man for the big occasion.
His first half goal was his third goal involvement – one strike, two assists – in two games against Spurs.
With his excellent record at Wembley, this is a man who can pull it out in the big games. Given Juventus want a Champions League trophy more than anything, Ramsey might be the perfect player for them.
Manchester United can be premier league contenders next season.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has given Manchester United what they needed all along – a title prospect.
Since the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson the biggest club in england been contented with a top four spot.But under Solskjaer, they have won 32 points, five more than any other side in the top flight in that time.
If they carry this on next season they will be right up there.
Liverpool loose control in the title race.
The title race has now swung in Manchester City’s favor in a way that it had not for months.
You have to go back to December 7th for the last time Liverpool did not control the division at the end of a round of fixtures. And worryingly for them, City seem to be getting better, while they have drawn four of their last six.
Mohamed Salah has also gone three Premier League games without a goal for the first time as a Liverpool player.
It is not over, but Sunday saw it return to City’s hands.
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Eden Hazard has made an impression at Chelsea.
Eden Hazard might leave Chelsea this summer for Real Madrid, but he has provided enough moments to be remembered for.
The modern Chelsea have been defined by a few players, and in an attacking sense there are none more significant than Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba.
On Sunday, Hazard became the third Chelsea player, after those two, to both score and assist 50 Premier League goals.
Riyad Mahrez ready fight for a chance into Guardiola’s plans.
There have been doubts around Riyad Mahrez at Manchester City. In his few opportunities, he has struggled to shine.
But injuries meant he had a chance at Bournemouth and he took it. His goal moved City into a position as favorites for the title again, and if they win it, it will definitely be an important three points.
Mahrez has struck five of his six goals away from home.
West Ham getting the best out of Declan Rice
Declan Rice is a prospect. That much was clear when he broke into the first-team at West Ham last season.
But it is so easy to plateau once you make that step up. Luckily for Rice and West Ham, he is clearly improving as time goes on.
He scored against Newcastle, his second in his last four Premier League home games.
He is a good player and will soon attract interest from big clubs.
Gerard Deulofeu finally reaching levels he promised
Gerard Deulofeu has had a strange career. He burst onto the scene at Everton but went back and forth between Goodison Park and the Camp Nou before finally settling in at Vicarage Road.
He’s been around so long though that it is easy to forget he is only 24. On Sunday he helped Watford to their win against Leicester, providing an assist.
He has now had a direct hand in 11 league goals this season (six goals, five assists) – that’s his highest ever tally in a single campaign within Europe’s top five leagues.
Returning stars and new additions help Crystal Palace
Crystal Palace’s injury crisis has been navigated and they are now back up to a level Roy Hodgson will be happy with.
He’s done a fairly good job, given he did not have a striker of note for the first half of the season. With Christian Benteke back and Michy Batshuayi as an option, they look miles better.
They have now scored in nine consecutive Premier League games for the first time ever within a single campaign.
Anthony Knockaert is a star
Is it time for a reassessment of Anthony Knockaert? He seemed to be dipping out of the Brighton set-up earlier this season.
At times last campaign he simply did not offer up enough in terms of goals and assists. Now he has two assists in his last three games, compared to one in his last 15 before that.
If he can be consistent with this performances then he will be great.
Nuno Espirito Santo gets attacking flair from Wolves stars
Everything about Wolves ends up impressing. There were 17 passes leading up to Diogo Jota’s goal against Cardiff, the most passes before a Wolves goal in the Premier League this season. Nuno Espirito Santo can coach in both directions.
They have now won 12 league games this season, their highest total of wins in a top-flight campaign since 1980-81.