The Egyptian King scored twice for the Reds in an important big home win!
England Sim Fantasy Gameweek 10 has ended and here are the final scores, like every other day!
Only here you‘ll find the results for each game, the MVP and the Dream Team of every gameweek. You can check goals, assists, bookings and the final result of each match.
The highlight of the round was Arsenal’s win at Stamford Bridge and Wolves’ home draw against City, leading to some changes at the top of the standings.
Check out the other scores!
Aston Villa vs. Tottenham
Bournemouth vs. Burnley
Chelsea vs. Arsenal
Crystal Palace vs. Norwich
Leicester vs. Everton
Liverpool vs. Newcastle
Manchester United vs. Sheffield United
Southampton vs. West Ham
Watford vs. Brighton
Wolves vs. Manchester City
The Egyptian King finished Gameweek 10 as the MVP, with 11 points! Salah scored twice in the 1st half, making things easy on the Reds on their way to an almost untroubled home win. Liverpool’s offense is starting to get it going and Salah’s effectiveness was on display!
In another low-scoring week, midfielders are the ones on display in the #DreamTeam of England Sim Fantasy’s Gameweek 10.
Gameweek 10 brought us 7 different clubs earning a spot on the team. Bournemouth is the surprise here, leading this #DreamTeam with 3 players, Liverpool and Watford doubled in their efforts with 2 players each, and Newcastle, Leicester, Aston Villa and Crystal Palace completed the side.
Joelinton (6 points), the scorer of the goal that made Newcastle dream at Anfield, is the lone striker.
The middle of the park has Liverpool’s dinamic duo of Salah (11 points) and Mané (10 points), responsable for 3 goals and 1 assist in total, Harvey Barnes (10 points), who after opening the score for Leicester also assisted the winning goal versus Everton, Ryan Fraser (8 points), who scored the winner for Bournemouth and Trézéguet (7 points), also on the scoresheet in Villa’s home draw.
In a week where defenders produced really little on the offense side of things, Steve Cook (6 points), Christian Kabasele (6 points), Craig Cathcart (6 points), Diego Rico (6 points) all had a hand in keeping clean sheets for Bornemouth and Watford. Between the sticks, Vicente Guaita (7 points) stopped Pukki’s penalty in Palace’s home draw.
Here’s how the league table looks like after Gameweek 10.