English Premier League Highlights 2017/18Posted By: Kaushik Das | September 23, 2017
English Premier League Highlights 2017-18
In this segment of English Premier League Highlights 2017/18, you will get the highlights of each match of the new season as well as the detailed highlights of last 5 EPL matches of the previous season.
We all know what we are waiting for this year. The 26th edition of English premier league is almost approaching and we just cannot contain ourselves of the excitement and the expectations we have. The EPL has forever been the best thing for a football lover. No matter how many times they watch and rewatch the best matches, it is never enough. The Athletes in the game sometimes play so exceptionally well that the moment deserves to be preserved and kept safely. English Premier League Highlights 2017/18 is going to be the bomb but since they are not yet here, let’s take a look at the EPL highlights from past years.
English Premier League Highlights 2017-18
The Moments are not really the definition of one’s gameplay though. One miraculous or one degrading moment cannot have the power to determine or define how a team or player actually is. These are just random moments in the history of Premier League that tend to be incredibly amusing. It may be a record breaking thing or it may also be something the world has never seen. These moments can occur time and again. And for those times, here are the best ones that really made it to our heads last year.
Last 5 EPL matches highlights
Liverpool vs Burnley
This match was played on the 16th of September in the home ground of Liverpool, the famous Anfield. The match was a draw with a score of 1-1. Burnley scored the first one as Mohamed Salah rescued a point for Liverpool as they came from behind to draw 1-1 with Burnley. Philippe Coutinho showed flashes of quality on his first start of the Premier League season, but the result means Burnley are above Liverpool in the table, in sxith, with both sides on eight points.
Huddersfield Town vs Leicester City
This was also played on the 16th of September in the John Smith’s Stadium, Huddersfield Town. The result was a 1-1 tie between the two teams. Sabiri gave an extraordinary assist for Laurent to score first goal of the match by Huddersfield then Jamie Vardy scored from the penalty spot to give his Leicester City side a 1-1 draw at Huddersfield Town. Huddersfield are in fifth while Leicester move up to 14th place with their first point in three matches.
Tottenham Spurs vs Swansea City
This match was held in the famous Wembley Stadium in London. The end result was a draw as Swansea City made Tottenham Hotspur wait for their first Premier League win at Wembley Stadium with an excellent defensive display in a goalless draw. The draw leaves Spurs in fifth place with eight points, three points above the Swans.
Chelsea vs Arsenal
The London Derby this season took place in the Stamford Bridge, the home of Chelsea on the 17th of September. This was one of big fixtures of this edition’s Premier League. Arsenal ended a five-match losing streak at Stamford Bridge as they drew 0-0 with 10-man Chelsea. On 87 minutes, David Luiz received a straight red card for a high tackle on Sead Kolasinac but the Gunners could not make their man advantage count. Chelsea stay third, three points off the top, while Arsenal are 12th.
Manchester United vs Everton
This enthralling match was held in the home of Red Devils, the legendary Old Trafford on the 17th. Three goals in the last 10 minutes helped Manchester United go level with Manchester City at the top of the Premier League with a 4-0 win over Everton. Everton’s resistance faded when Henrikh Mkhitaryan doubled the lead, converting Romelu Lukaku’s pass on 83 minutes. Lukaku made up for a missed chance on 26 minutes with an 89th-minute effort from Jesse Lingard’s pass. United are level on 13 points with an identical goal difference to City. Everton are 18th.
Some of the best Moments of Premier League 2017/18
David Luiz’s Red Card
The Brazil international has been one of the building blocks of Antonio Conte’s success spell in west London since he returned from PSG last year, turning in solid performances week-in week-out. But on Sunday he displayed the kind of rash play that saw him criticised during his first spell at Stamford Bridge. Luiz clattered into Arsenal ace Sead Kolasinac after overrunning the ball and was promptly shown a straight red card by referee Michael Oliver. That sending off has resulted in a three-game ban for the 30-year-old – ruling him out of upcoming fixtures against Nottingham Forest, Stoke and Manchester City.
Sergio Aguero’s amazing hat-trick
Sergio Aguero has sent a reminder of his class with an “amazing” hat-trick as Manchester City climbed to the top of the Premier League and sent an ominous warning to their title rivals with a 6-0 victory at Watford. Aguero’s 10th hat-trick in City sky blue took his goal tally for the club to 175 — two fewer than all-time top scorer Eric Brook but incredibly his future at the Etihad had been questioned following the emergence of 20-year-old Gabriel Jesus. Jesus has scored 12 goals in 16 Premier League games including one in the rout at Watford.
Manchester City’s humiliating 5 goal win over Liverpool
Manchester City handed Jurgen Klopp his heaviest Premier League defeat, beating 10-man Liverpool 5-0 at the Etihad Stadium. Liverpool had started dangerously but, on 24 minutes Sergio Aguero received Kevin De Bruyne’s through-ball and rounded Simon Mignolet to score. in the sixth minute of first-half stoppage time, an unmarked Gabriel Jesus headed in De Bruyne’s cross. Jesus made it 3-0 on 53 minutes when Sergio Aguero, through on goal, squared for the Brazilian to finish. Leroy Sane came on to add gloss to the scoreline, firstly converting a neat one-two with Benjamin Mendy and then curling home a stunning goal in stoppage time.
Mkhitaryan record Premier league Assist
In the 26th season of Premier League, Henrikh Mkhitaryan of Manchester United has already assisted a record number of 5 times in just 3 games. No-one has ever made a quicker start to the season in this regard, with the 28-year-old Armenia international playmaker drawing level with Ruel Fox of Newcastle, who also created five goals in the first three matches of the 1994-95 season. He set up strikes for Romelu Lukaku and Anthony Martial in the 4-0 win over West Ham on the opening day of the season then created goals for the Belgian and Paul Pogba a week later against Swansea.
Sadio Mane’s controversial Red Card
Manchester City’s brilliant 5-0 win over Liverpool and the harsh foul committed by sdio Mane on city’s Goalkeeper Ederson by kicking him in the face was one the most eye catching moments this season. The footballing world has been divided over the controversial Sadio Mane red card. Given that Mane nearly kicked Ederson’s face clean off of his skull, you have to accept that Moss might have had a point. But then why wasn’t Newcastle’s Matt Ritchie sent off for a similar offence on Alfie Mawson? This debate makes it a controversy as straight sending-off appears to have gone down as one of the most polarising decisions in Premier League history
The best moments of a game is defined by only one answer. How many times can you watch it before it gets monotonous? If the answer exceeds 1, the moment was successful in being memorable. Throughout the history of English premier league, there have been a lot of amazing moments in the games and thus a lot of highlights have popped up. These were some of the best moments from the games of the previous season. What are your opinions? Do you think these moments were memorable and legendary enough to be put on this list or do you have some other moments in your mind that you would like to see on this list? As the matches in the 26th season progress, the updates of the recent matches, scores, results and stats will be updated. Keep an eye on this space to remain updated. Write down in the comments down below about the English Premier League highlights 2017/18 and let us know. Hope you enjoyed reading.