Agüero, the hat-trick king, did it again, at home against Everton!
England Sim Fantasy Gameweek 2 reached its end and, as promised, we deliver you the final match scores, every day!
This is where you‘ll always find the results for each game, the MVP and the Dream Team of every round. You can check all the main stats (goals, assists, bookings) and the final result of each match.
Regarding our simulated competition, it remains on a high note, with tons of goals! The highlight this round was Aguero’s hat-trick. Yes, it’s official, he’s the king of hat-tricks, and once again was behind City’s win.
Check out the scores!
Aston Villa vs. Crystal Palace
Burnley vs. West Ham
Leicester vs. Manchester United
Liverpool vs. Chelsea
Manchester City vs. Everton
Newcastle vs. Watford
Norwich vs. Brighton
Sheffield United vs. Tottenham
Southampton vs. Bournemouth
Wolves vs. Arsenal
Manchester City’s all-time leading scorer, Agüero, is the MVP with 14 points. The hat-trick king did it again against Everton at home! Unbelievable!
The second #DreamTeam of England Sim Fantasy has lots of sky blue, to go along with the other amazing performances of this round.
This week has 9 different clubs that earned a spot in this team.
Manchester City places 3 players, virtue of a big win, and Burnley, Norwich, Watford, Brighton, Tottenham, West Ham, Chelsea and Aston Villa pitched in with 1 player each.
Up front, we have our MVP Agüero (14 points) and Ashley Barnes (10 points) with a brace against West Ham.
In the middle of the park we have Sterling (11 points), who also scored in Man City’s home win, Rupp (7 points) opened the scoresheet for Norwich against Brighton who had Mooy levelling the score midway. Hughes (7 points) started Watford’s comeback in an important away win.
At the back we have Sánchez (12 points), who scored Tottenham’s winner, Stones (9 points) in that City win, Ogbonna (7 points) also netting a winner for West Ham and Tomori (7 points) who scored the equalizer in Chelsea’s draw at Liverpool. Between the sticks we had Heaton (6 points), keeping Aston Villa’s goal free.