The premier league is one among the most competitive league and the most watched league in the world according to reports. It has produced wonderful moments with incredible players and clubs. Some records such as Alan Shearer's 260 goals, Petr Cech 202 clean sheets and Ryan Giggs 162 assists. Now let's take a look at Ten premier league records that is yet to be broken. 1. Lowest Attendance (3,039 - Wimbledon vs Everton in Selhurst Part January 1993) - The game between Wimbledon and Everton on that day which
FT: SOUTHAMPTON 0-2 ARSENAL The final few minutes made this look like a cakewalk for Arsenal but it was a closer game than the scoreline suggests. HT: SOUTHAMPTON 0-1 ARSENAL It’s 1-0 to the Arsenal at the break after their best 45-minute performance since the season resumed. Southampton started brightly, but Arsenal were gifted the lead when McCarthy passed straight at Nketiah, who made no mistake in finding an empty net. Pre-match Statistics Gunner will be desperately looking to claim their first poin
Football is a game of fun and loved by many.It still remains the most watched sport as millions of people enjoy it.We have many players who are very unique in their way of playing, ranging from their goal sense, skills, speed and so many more.
Arsenal has finally won an away, league game under Mikel Arteta and even more importantly, we have our first, win since the restart. Overall, this was an efficient team performance, and it is hard to point out someone who put ,a foot wrong in the match. We had our work cut out ,in this game, but we have to commend, the players for keeping their cool and earning the win. Arsenal Players Ratings Emiliano Martinez – 7 Martinez was called upon to make, at least one important save and I have to admit that his
In football there are records which are yet to be broken, some of them are in the guiness book of record for decades while others maybe half a Century. A good example is Brazil legend and football icon Pele who holds the record for the youngest player to score in the FIFA World Cup (17 yrs) and also the only player to win the trophy 3 times in 1956,1962,and 1970. It's quite appropriate a speed merchant like Shane Long holds the record for the fastest goal in Premier League history. The Southampton striker broke
Sport is Yours When it comes to Guinness World Records there are so many to think of, but below are some beautiful ones set and broken by Footballers. Don't beat it, this records are on their way to make history, let's begin. Starting with number: 5. Shane Long Fastest Premier League Goal Long Scored directly to the goal within 7.69 Seconds, for Southampton against Watford in April 23, 2019. This Record was previously held by Ledly King. 4. Niklas Bendtner - Fastest goal by a Premier League substitute It took
Players that are hard in football are often overlooked, but every single great team has at least one of them. They are the kind of players whose presence alone bring boldness into the team mates, and hesitation into the heart of opposing players. Being hard and dirty are a bit different. Even though most hard men are also known for their dirty play, many dirty players simply aren’t regarded as being hard as they can give it out, but can’t take. Here is the list of the hardest footballers in every Premiership
PACE is seen as one of the key components in the repertoire of the modern-day professional footballer. But there are those in the Premier League who, we shall say, rely on other facets of their skillset to stand out on the pitch. At the end of the scale where you wouldn't want to be, one club occupies the top two spots for having the slowest players in the Premier League. For every Shane Long, who was named as the fastest players in the top flight, there is a Peter Crouch. But who takes the unwanted crown as
Over the years in the premier league history till date, there appear to be some records that may never be equalled or broken. Below are the 5 premier league record that may never be broken; 1. The Fastest Goal - Shane Long the Southampton forward took only 7.69 seconds to score against Watford in 2019 breaking the record of 9.82seconds held by former Tottenham defender Ledly King for over 19 years. 2. Biggest Win - Leicester secured the biggest ever win in the Premier league and matched the overall reco
The English premier league is getting quicker, stronger, younger, skillful and attractive. Let's take a great look at the top ten fastest player in the 2019/20 premier league season. 10. Phil Foden - The young Manchester City midfielder takes the 10th place with his 23.07mph against Aston Villa. 9. Fred - Manchester United midfielder Fred takes the ninth place with his 23.17mph speed against Everton. 8. Shane Long - The Southampton striker takes the eight place in the list of fastest player this season
Fastest goal in a match is often the decider or dictator of that particular match. It could motivate the leading team or as well bring out the monster in the trailing team. The most important thing is that a side leads as soon as a goal comes ahead of the opposing team. In football history, there are some wonderful quick goals that stands out as records ever football lovers refers to for reference purposes. Liga fastest ever goal is still standing since 2008. Joseba Llorente of Real Valladolid still sit on the
Lukaku And Berbatov Featured in The List Of Players With The Most Offsides in Premier League History
We shall discuss about players who have the most offsides in premier league history. Adebayor leads the list, he was offside 328 times in 242 appearances. The closest to the these figures is Jermain Defoe who had 314 offsides in 496 games. Bent is the third on the list, his statistics shows that he was offside in every match he played in premier league. Berbaatov had 38 offsides more than fifth placed Benteke who had 200 offsides in in 221 appearances. Robin Van persie also made the list, he was offside 198
Takumi Minamino Southampton have completed the signing of Liverpool star Takumi Minamino on loan until the end of the season. The Japanese forward has barely featured for his parent club this season and finalised a switch late on transfer deadline day after passing a medical. Shane Long Bournemouth have signed striker Shane Long from Southampton on loan for the rest of the season. Josh Maja Fulham have signed striker Josh Maja from Bordeaux on loan until the end of the season. The 22-year-old striker joins Fulham
PACE is seen as one of the key components in the repertoire of the modern-day professional footballer. But there are those in the Premier League who, we shall say, rely on other facets of their skillset to stand out on the pitch. At the end of the scale where you wouldn't want to be, one club occupies the top two spots for having the slowest players in the Premier League. For every Shane Long, who was named as the fastest players in the top flight, there is a Peter Crouch.But who takes the unwanted crown of
West Ham star Jarrod Bowen became the fastest player in Premier League this weekend with 22.3mph run
West Ham star Jarrod Bowen became the fastest player in Premier League this weekend with 22.3mph run with two defenders among the top five. Bowen joined West Ham United on a permanent transfer from Hull city during the January transfer window with the Premier League club paying an initial £18 million for the forward, with up to £7 million in potential add-ons. On 29 February 2020 in his first start for West Ham, Bowen scored his first goal for the club, in a 3-1 win against Southampton. The versatile English
Liverpool's requirement for cautious fortifications was in every case prone to overwhelm the features on exchange cutoff time day thus it demonstrated as the Premier League champions made two late signings. Focus back Ben Davies showed up from Preston North End, while Liverpool made a further expansion to the core of their backline with the advance marking of Ozan Kabak from Bundesliga strugglers Schalke until the finish of the period. Those signings went ahead a day that saw Joel Matip precluded for the
The Fastest Goals Scored In English Premier League, Spanish La Liga, Italian Serie A, German Bundesliga & Ligue 1.
5. Robert Lewandowski 5 goals in nine minute Robert Lewandowski shook the world of football in 2015 by scoring a total of 5 goals in nine minutes. His team, Bayern Munich were trailing by a goal down in the first half against Wolfsburg. But the Polish striker was able to turn the match around by scoring 5 goals successively in the 51st, 52nd, 55th, 57th and 60th minute to give his team a much needed win. 4. Sadio Mane scoring an hatrick in 2 minutes 56 seconds. 5 years ago, Sadio Mane scored the fastest hatrick
Bournemouth are set to play host to Watford at Dean Court on Saturday for their latest EFL Championship fixture.Bournemouth come into this game on the back of a 2-1 loss to Mick McCarthy's Cardiff City yesterday at Dean Court.
See top 5 fastest goals as AC Milan youngster Leao scores fastest goal in history of the Top 5 leagues
Rafael Leao has been recorded to be the fastest goal scorer in football history. The 21 year old youngster signed a five years contract with the Italian club “AC Milan” , from the French Club “Lille”. He records his 10th goal for AC Milan but in a record breaking manner, Rafael Leao breaks the Serie A record to of scoring the fastest goal, not only did he break the Serie A record, he also becomes the faster goal scorer in Europe’s Top 5 Leagues displacing Llorente who scored at 7 seconds. Becoming