The premier league match week 36 kicked off on Friday night with Champions Man City’s win over Newcastle. The game finished 4-3 to Guardiola’s men in a 7-goal thriller. Man City started with Scott Carson in goal. The Scott last started a game in a premier league game in 2011. Liverpool also won, thanks to another goalkeeper freak with Allison scoring the winner.
Carlo Ancellotti’s Everton surprisingly lost to relegation bound Sheffield. This has done a huge blow to their quest for European football next season.
Elsewhere, Leeds thumped Burnley 4-0 at turf Moor. Leeds star Rodrigo came from the bench to score a double for Biesla’s men.
Here are the Five things we learned from premier league match week 36;
Scott Carson: A premier league start in over nine years
Man City named 35-year-old Carson in goal for their game against Newcastle United. The game was his first start since 2011 which was for West brom against Newcastle. A run of nine years and 357 days is the longest appearance interval for a goalkeeper in the premier league.
Mason feeling at home… Literally
Tottenham’s Interim manager Ryan Mason is having a good home form for Spurs. Since his appointment, the former Spurs midfielder has won all three games at home. Becoming the first Tottenham manager to win his first three home games since Harry Redknapp in 2008.
Harry in good company again
Harry Kane scored the opener for Spurs against Wolves. This means that the Englishman has had 35+ goal contribution in a season for the second time. Only Henry(4) Alan Shearer (3) and Van Persie (2) has done so in more than one season. In good company right?
Jebbison with the winner
Jebbison scored the only goal of the game as Sheffield United stunned Ancelloti’s Everton at Gordison Park. He became the youngest player to score a premier league winner since Macheda for Man United vs Villa in 2009.
Allison scores a premier league goal
The Liverpool goal keeper scored the winner for Jurgen klopp’s side at West Brom. A late drama happened with the game at 1-1 and with few seconds left to go. Allison pushed forward for a Liverpool corner and headed home the winner. He became the first Liverpool goalkeeper to do so in the club’s history. In a match week of goalkeeper freak (Scott Carson) Liverpool fans would surely enjoy this one.
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