Mané steals the spotlight from Salah and takes home the MVP for the round, all while keeping the Reds top of the league!
England Sim Fantasy Gameweek 9 has come to an end and, as promised, we deliver you the final match results, every day!
This is the spot where you‘ll always find the results for each game, the MVP and the Dream Team of every gameweek. You can check the main stats (goals, assists, bookings) and the final result of each game.
Chelsea’s trashing of Newcastle, the Toffee’s return to victories away from home and a stellar performance from Mané at Anfield are the round’s highlights.
Check it all out!
Aston Villa vs. Everton
Bournemouth vs. Manchester City
Chelsea vs. Newcastle
Crystal Palace vs. Arsenal
Leicester vs. Norwich
Liverpool vs. Brighton
Manchester United vs. Tottenham
Southampton vs. Sheffield United
Watford vs. Burnley
Wolves vs. West Ham
Sadio Mané finished Gameweek 19 as the MVP, with 16 points!
The Senegalese winger participated in all of the Reds goals, with a brace and an assist, for another home win, this time over Brighton.
In a round with not that many points, it wasn’t easy to set apart the players that line up for the #DreamTeam of England Sim Fantasy’s Gameweek 19.
Chelsea and Everton are heavily featured, with 3 players each, and Liverpool, Sheffield United, Watford, Leicester and Wolves complete the side, for a total of 7 different clubs earning a spot in GW19 Dream Team.
Up front, by himself, it’s Tammy Abraham (9 points), scorer of one, creator of another for Chelsea in a lopsided win at Stamford Bridge over Newcastle.
Sadio Mané (16 points), our MVP, leads all midfielders. Ross Barkley (13 points) had a magnificient performance with a brace, John Fleck (9 points) had a goal and an assist for Sheffield United, Roberto Pereyra (8 points) and Harvey Barnes (8 points) both scored winning goals for Watford and Leicester respectively.
Reece James (9 points), with a cleanie and an assist, sits atop the defensive line, followed by Matt Doherty (7 points), scorer of one of Wolves’ goals in a disappointing home draw, Mason Holgate (6 points) and Djibril Sidibé (6 points), both with a clean sheet in Everton’s away win. Team-mate Jordan Pickford (6 points) kept Everton’ s goal shut and closes out the Dream Team.
Here’s how the table is ordered after Gameweek 19.