Agüero had a big day, with a brace and an assist, but Liverpool keeps on leading the league table!
England Sim Fantasy Gameweek 16 has come to an end and, as promised, we deliver you the final match results!
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 goals, assists, bookings and the final result of each game.
The highlights of the round were City’s big home win, Tottenham defeating Burnley away, Leicester winning again and a smashing game at Anfield!
Check it out!
Aston Villa vs. Watford
Burnley vs. Tottenham
Leicester vs. Bournemouth
Liverpool vs. Crystal Palace
Manchester City vs. West Ham
Newcastle vs. Brighton
Norwich vs. Arsenal
Sheffield United vs. Everton
Southampton vs. Manchester United
Wolves vs. Chelsea
GW26 MVP was Sergio Agüero, producing 13 points for his fantasy owners! Kun assisted the opener and had a brace later in a big win at home over West Ham! Poacher!
It’s a #DreamTeam where Lilywhites and Sky blues take center stage, rounding up England Sim Fantasy’s best performances of Gameweek 26.
Tottenham is the most featured club, with 3 players. Man City put up 2,
Brighton, Leicester, Liverpool, Man United, Sheffield United and Wolves completed the side, for a total of 8 different clubs earning a spot in GW26’s Dream Team.
Sergio Agüero (13 points), our MVP, leads all forwards. Raúl Jiménez (10 points) had a brace of his own and Son Heung-Min (10 points) did the same for Tottenham.
Right behind, David Silva (11 points) had a goal and an assist in City’s win, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (10 points) did the same for Liverpool as well as Daniel James (10 points) for United. Tanguy Ndombele (8 points) scored in Tottenham’s away win at Burnley and closes out the midfield.
At the back, we have Enda Stevens (9 points), assister of the winning goal for Sheffield United, Toby Alderweireld (9 points) from Tottenham and Ricardo Pereira (9 points) from Leicester, all with clean sheets and assists. Matthew Ryan (11 points) was behind Brighton’s win, saving a penalty with the game still drawn and keeping a clean sheet until the end.
Here’s how the league table looks like after Gameweek 26.