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Prem Talk Matchday 32

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We apologise for the delay but without further due; Welcome to Prem-Talk where we talk about what's happening in the English Premier League this week. 

Looking Back:

The end of the season is coming closer and closer by the day and the title race this year is looking feisty. Chelsea took on Man United at their home of Stamford Bridge and it was most definitely quite something. Chelsea took an early lead with two goals in the opening minutes. Man United quickly responded with a goal from Garnacho in the 34nd minute. Just a minute after that, Enzo Fernandez from Chelsea received a yellow card. However, just 4 minutes after the booking, Portrogueese international, Bruno Fernandes. This was proving to be one nice fixture. With both teams in it, it was most certainly a battle. As halftime approached, the score was now drawn at 2:2. As the second half commenced, all was going well but then in the 67th minute, Garnacho searched and found for his second of the game. But luck was on Chelsea's side tonight because they were given 13 minutes. With all the bookings and substitutions, it had been about this long. It will now go in as one of history’s biggest questions on how Manchester United fumbled a 3:2 lead in the 99th minute. In the 100th minute, Chelsea got a penalty and former City player Cole Palmer struck it home. It was now tied and with 3 minutes to go in injury time, no one would think something could happen and it would end as a draw. But this was not all Cole Palmer had in him today. In the very next minute, Chelsea went on a fast break and took one more for Chelsea which made him the hat-trick hero. 

MOTM: Cole Palmer

As It Stands:

 Arsenal remains at the top of the table with a narrow lead with Liverpool and Man City both remaining just one point behind.

Looking Forward:

  • Man City vs. Crystal Palace (6th April)

  • Wolves vs. West Ham (6th April)

  • Everton vs. Burnley (6th April)

  • Aston Villa vs. Brentford  (6th April)

  • Fulham vs. Newcastle (6th April)

  • Luton Town vs. Bournemouth (6th April)

  • Brighton vs. Arsenal (6th April)

  • Man United vs. Liverpool (7th April)

  • Sheffield United vs. Chelsea  (7th April)

  • Tottenham vs. Nottingham Forset (7th April)

Leave a comment on which match you are excited about!

TDM's Top Game

We think the next big game is Newcastle vs. Spurs happening at Newcastle’s home of St. James’ Park because it is a matchup of teams with the finest of players which have technical match ups in all areas of the pitch.

That’s all for the Matchday 32 recap, we’ll see you next time at the end of  Matchday 33.

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I think this week the only news about football should be related to Athletic Club winning Copa del Rey. The rest is minor things…

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