Willy Boly sealed the Wolves home win on the way to becoming the MVP of this round!
We know that you simply cannot do without your daily fi atualizaçãox update. England Yes Fantasy Here are the final 8 scores of the journey!
This is where you will always find the results for each game, the MVP and the Dream Team every week. Where you can check goals, assists, reserves and the final result of each match.
Hammers' victory at Stamford Bridge was the surprise of the night, with Everton drawing away with Man United.
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Norwich vs Aston Villa
Arsenal vs Bournemouth
Chelsea v West Ham
Crystal Palace vs. Newcastle
Manchester City vs Leicester
Liverpool v Tottenham
Manchester United vs Everton
Southampton vs. Burnley
Watford vs. Sheffield United
Wolves vs. Brighton
Willy Boly finished Gameweek 8 as an MVP with 12 points! The French midfielder was vital to keep a goal against Brighton at home and also put his name on the scoreboard!
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In this round, 8 clubs entered the Dream Team. Liverpool took 3 stitches, Man City others 2 and Arsenal, Bornemouth, Burnley, Wolves, Norwich and Aston Villa filled in the remaining points.
Forward, Aubameyang from Arsenal (10 points) had a fundamental key in Bournemouth Where Joshua King (9 points) scored and had assistance for the home team. Sergio Agüero (9 points) did the same (goal + assistance) for citizens.
In the middle of the park, Riyad Mahrez (12 points) scored twice and helped once Man CityThe difficult journey to Leicester, Sadio Mané(11 points) opened the scoresheet and had an assist for one without Salah Liverpool. Dwight McNeil (8 points), which helped both BurnleyThe goals of an away tie and Xherdan Shaqiri (8 points) had a good ride replacing the Egyptian king.
Behind, Willy Boly (12 points) was the Wolves man, and the MVP of the round, accompanied by Ben Godfrey (7 points), who scored in the Norwich tie, and Björn Engels (7 points) who recovered one point Aston Villa with a late goal. Adrián San Miguel (6 points) kept Liverpool's score for the game and is the choice between the sticks.
Take a look at the ranking after Gameweek 8.