Best Moments in the Premier League 2021-22

In order to pass the time between now and the start of domestic play in England, the Premier League has had two fantastic months of fascinating competition to plunge into. Sports betting fans, here are some of our favorite games so far this season as we await the league’s return in October.

In order to pass the time between now and the start of domestic play in England, the Premier League has had two fantastic months of fascinating competition to plunge into. Sports betting fans, here are some of our favorite games so far this season as we await the league’s return in October.

Spurs get under Arsenal

It seemed as though Arsenal would secure a place in the Champions League for the first time since 2017 in the second part of the season, as they dominated the race for the top four places.

Antonio Conte outfoxed Mikel Arteta in the most recent North London derby, as Spurs exposed Arsenal’s lack of experience. Rob Holding was sent off for four reckless challenges by Son Heung-min in the opening thirty-three minutes of the match. Spurs cruised to a 3-0 victory over the Gunners with one man down.

It wasn’t over for Arsenal when they left Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, either. Even though the Gunners still had the season in their own hands, they traveled to St. James’ Park and put on an even more dismal display, losing 2-0 and ending the season a point next to Tottenham.

An impressive display from Liverpool and City

As soon as Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola took the reins at Liverpool and Manchester City, the two teams established themselves as perhaps the most dominant forces in the division and many online betting Singapore enthusiasts could attest to this.

Once again they faced off in an epic title fight, this time until the end of the season, in the 2021/22 season. On the other hand, the match between Liverpool and Manchester City at Anfield on October 3rd demonstrated just how good both teams really are.

After a goalless first half, Kevin De Bruyne, Mohammed Salah, Phil Foden, and Sadio Mane scored four second-half goals to guarantee that the points were shared at the end of the match. This result should serve as more proof of why Mohamed Salah’s goal against Manchester City was eventually named Goal of the Season.

Humiliating defeat

In a hostile dressing room, both Ralf Rangnick and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer were unable to get much of a tune out of their players, and both leaders were eventually sacked as a result. Even the majority of Singapore Pools odds were in shambles because of this.

There were numerous instances of United being blasted, with Leicester, Liverpool, Watford, and Manchester City all scoring four or more goals against them. On May 7th, the turmoil at Old Trafford hit an all-time low against Brighton.

United nevertheless found a way to put together a show that was as feckless as it was indifferent throughout the whole match. The 4-0 thrashing by Brighton, which had only won 3 games at home all season, sealed United’s worst season in the league.

Free-kick and a hattrick

As the world’s greatest-ever goalscorer returned to Manchester United for the first time in 12 years, it was one of the most memorable moments of 2021, even though others were quick to point out that Ronaldo was also one of the main reasons for United’s poor season.

The fact that Ronaldo finished with 18 goals, the 3rd in the league, in statistically the weakest Manchester United team in history, immediately disproved that take.

Three memorable moments from the 37-year-old this season: His two goals on his return to Old Trafford, his score against Arsenal following what must be one of the most difficult weeks ever, and his incredible free-kick against Norwich.

A chaotic close

There are few Premier League seasons in which the final day of the season brings so many twists and turns, but the 2021/22 campaign was no exception as the final round of games began.

While Burnley lost at home to Newcastle, Jesse Marsch’s side avoided relegation thanks to their dramatic victory over Brentford and Mike Jackson’s superb interim job.

Manchester United’s Europa League hopes were kept alive courtesy of Brighton’s late victory over West Ham. Brighton’s victory at the AMEX also put the Seagulls in the top 10 for the very first time in their history, placing them above Crystal Palace.

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