Willy Boly sealed Wolves home win on his way to being this round’s MVP!
We know you just can’t go without your daily f̵i̵x̵ update. England Sim Fantasy Gameweek 8 final scores are here!
This is where you‘ll always find the results for each game, the MVP and the Dream Team of every gameweek. Where you can check goals, assists, bookings and the final result of each match.
The Hammers win at Stamford Bridge was the surprise of the night, with Everton scrapping an away draw against Man United.
Check out the other scores!
Aston Villa vs. Norwich
Bournemouth vs. Arsenal
Chelsea vs. West Ham
Crystal Palace vs. Newcastle
Leicester vs. Manchester City
Liverpool vs. Tottenham
Manchester United vs. Everton
Southampton vs. Burnley
Watford vs. Sheffield United
Wolves vs. Brighton
Willy Boly finished Gameweek 8 as the MVP, with 12 points! The French centre-half was vital keeping a clean sheet against Brighton, at home, and also got his name on the scoresheet!
As always, the #DreamTeam has a selection of the best showings in England Sim Fantasy’s Gameweek 8.
This round 8 clubs made it into the Dream Team. Liverpool took 3 spots, Man City another 2 and Arsenal, Bournemouth, Burnley, Wolves, Norwich and Aston Villa filled up the remaining spots.
Up ahead, Arsenal’s Aubameyang (10 points) had a fundamental brace at Bournemouth where Joshua King (9 points) scored and had an assist for the home side. Sergio Agüero (9 points) did the same (goal+ assist) for the Citizens.
In the middle of the park, Riyad Mahrez (12 points) scored twice and assisted one in Man City’s difficult trip to Leicester, Sadio Mané(11 points) opened the scoresheet and had an assist for a Salah-less Liverpool. Dwight McNeil (8 points), who assisted both of Burnley’s goals for an away draw, and Xherdan Shaqiri (8 points) had a good outing replacing the Egyptian King.
At the back, Willy Boly (12 points) was the man for Wolves, and the MVP for the round, joined by Ben Godfrey (7 points), who scored in Norwich’s draw, and Björn Engels (7 points) who got a point back Aston Villa with a late goal. Adrián San Miguel (6 points) kept Liverpool’s clean sheet for the game and is the round pick between the sticks.
Take a look at the standings after Gameweek 8.