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.
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.
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