The game week five of the English Premier League matches ended last night with Chelsea's 3-nil win over Tottenham Hotspur. The matchday five matches were full of thrills and spills. The game week 5 recorded several away wins. Five away wins were recorded during the game week 5 with three home wins and two draws. Most of the goals recorded during the last game week were from open play and set pieces.
The game week five also recorded players who missed goal-scoring opportunities from close range. This article presents to you two players who missed goal-scoring opportunities from close yards during the just-concluded game week five of the English Premier League. It was a surprise that these two sensational players missed goal-scoring opportunities from a very close open play.
1. Timo Werner(Credit: Mirror)
The struggling Chelsea attacker was introduced in the second half of the London derby between Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea. It wasn't long before he started missing goal-scoring opportunities during the London derby match yesterday. Timo Werner could have found the back of the net yesterday but he missed an opportunity to hit the ball in the net.
Romelu Lukaku had set up Timo Werner with a through pass but he failed to find the back of the net. Timo Werner covered his mistakes with an assist to Antonio Rudiger.
2. Diogo Jota
Another surprising missed from open play during the game week 5 was Diogo Jota's miss during Liverpool Vs Crystal Palace. The sensational Portuguese star seems not to have his shooting boots on during the first half of the Liverpool vs Crystal Palace match as he missed huge goal-scoring opportunities from four yards to goal. The Liverpool forwards surprised many football enthusiasts with the huge goal-scoring opportunity missed from an open play.
What are your thoughts? Which of these goals scoring opportunities surprises you? Diogo Jota miss or Timo Werner miss? Share your thoughts from the comments section.
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