Premier League Week 8 Review
Here’s a recap of this weekend’s Premier League action:
AFC Bournemouth pummel Hull City: Bournemouth aren’t a club that catches a lot of attention. However, on Saturday the club put in a stellar 6-1 performance to turn some heads in England. It was a goal fest that will have opponents more wary of the lowly club for the next few weekends.
Arsenal spoil Bob Bradley’s historic managerial debut: Swansea City could not bring new manager Bob Bradley a victory but made it a difficult victory for Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal. Arsenal managed to claim three points with a 3-2 victory, but for Bradley, he can take some positives from his team.
Lackluster performance from Manchester United and Liverpool: A 0-0 draw was not what supporters wanted to see from their beloved clubs in this heated rivalry. Jose Mourinho changed things up in the formation, giving a 4-3-3 for Jurgen Klopp to deal with rather than the traditional 4-2-3-1. It was a tale of two halves with United winning the first and Liverpool winning the second. A clap of praise went to David DeGea in United’s goal making brilliant saves in the game.
Have a great week and tune into Week 9 on Saturday with Bournemouth and Tottenham in the first game.
Dillon Davis-Tirado covers the Premier League for MFST, follow him on Twitter @thedavistirado.https://www.myfantasysportstalk.com/premier-league-week-8-review/https://i1.wp.com/www.myfantasysportstalk.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/a-43.jpg?fit=610%2C343&ssl=1https://i1.wp.com/www.myfantasysportstalk.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/a-43.jpg?resize=150%2C150&ssl=1AnalysisPremier LeagueRecent PostsSoccer#Premier League,AFC Bournemouth,Arsenal,Bob Bradley,Liverpool,Manchester United,Swansea City Here's a recap of this weekend's Premier League action: AFC Bournemouth pummel Hull City: Bournemouth aren't a club that catches a lot of attention. However, on Saturday the club put in a stellar 6-1 performance to turn some heads in England. It was a goal fest that will have opponents...Dillon Davis-TiradoDillon Davis-Tiradodavistirado@gmail.comContributorDillon Davis-Tirado is currently a rising journalist who joined MFST in November of 2015. He is a passionate soccer fan and is one of the main contributors to offering coverage of the sport to the fanbase. Hailing from New York City from the borough of Brooklyn, Dillon is a die-hard New York sports fan. He currently resides in Upstate New York, where he studies at Wells College in Aurora, NY. Follow him on Twitter @thedavistirado and the other MFST writers. Stay tuned for more!MyFantasySportsTalk