Giovani Lo Celso was the man behind Tottenham’s win, moving the Spurs into the Top-3 in the standings!
England Sim Fantasy Gameweek 15 came to a conclusion and, as promised, we have for you the final scores, every day!
This is where you‘ll always 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 highlights of the round were West Ham’s home win versus Everton, Liverpool’s trashing of Wolves, Chelsea’s victory over Man United, allowing the Blues to catch up in the fight for a Champions League spot and Giovani Lo Celso, the man behind Tottenham’s win, moving the Spurs into the Top-3 in the standings!
Check out the final scores!
Arsenal vs. Sheffield United
Brighton vs. Tottenham
Burnley vs. Crystal Palace
Chelsea vs. Manchester United
Liverpool vs. Aston Villa
Newcastle vs. Leicester
Norwich vs. Bournemouth
Watford vs. Manchester City
West Ham vs. Everton
Wolves vs. Southampton
Giovani Lo Celso finished Gameweek 15 as the MVP, with 11 points! The Lilywhites’ player assisted Tottenham’s first goal in away win against Brighton and grabbed his starting opportunity and had a goal too.
It’s a #DreamTeam of incredible performances, rounding up England Sim Fantasy’s Gameweek 15.
Burnley is the surprise of the round with 3 players in, West Ham and Liverpool placed 2 and Chelsea, Tottenham, Arsenal and Bournemouth also joined in the fun, for a total of 7 different clubs earning a spot in Gameweek 15 Dream Team.
Tammy Abraham (10 points), the scorer of a brace in Chelsea’s big home win versus United, is the lone striker.
In the middle of the park, we have Giovani Lo Celso (11 points), our MVP, and Sadio Mané (11 points), both with a goal and an assist this round, Jarrod Bowen (8 points), scored one of West Ham’s goals in their home win, Jordan Henderson (8 points), did the same for Liverpool against Villa, and Gabriel Martinelli (8 points), who opened the scoresheet in Arsenal’s win at the Emirates.
Line of four at the back, made up of Nathan Aké (7 points), who netted one for Bournemouth but couldn’t avoid defeat on his own, Pablo Zabaleta (6 points), who was a part of West Ham’s 2–0 win against Everton, and Charlie Taylor (6 points) and Ben Mee (6 points), both with a clean sheet in Burnley’s home win. Their team-mate Nick Pope (6 points) is the choice between the sticks, with the best goalkeeping performance this round.
Here’s how the league table looks like after Gameweek 15.