The gameweek 29 of the Premier League has witnessed a total of 28 goals in all the weekend fixtures.
The league leaders Chelsea have increased their lead at the top of the table to 13 points. On the other hand, the Premier League giant Arsenal have ended the game in a defeat to West Bromwich Albion. The big clash between Manchester City and Liverpool finished with one point to each. Now, let us see the top three goals of the gameweek 29:
1. Willian (Chelsea) vs. Stoke City:
The goal can be considered as an outcome of a major mistake by the Stoke goalkeeper. But it was a perfectly placed free kick with the combination of technique and quick thinking. Reportedly, the goal particularly helped Chelsea to register a 2-1 away victory over Stoke City and put Chelsea ahead of all with a massive 13 points difference.
2. Manuel Lanzini (West Ham United) vs. Leicester City:
Manuel Lanzini provided the lifeline to the hammers after they conceded two goals within the first ten minutes as he scored a stunning free kick. The Argentine was the first preference to step up to take the free-kick following the departure of the French maestro Dimitri Payet. With the goal, the player has now been the second highest goal scorer for West Ham with seven goals in twenty-six appearances.
3. Jesse Lingard (Manchester United) vs. Middlesbrough:
Lingard puts us up 2-0 with a brilliant strike. pic.twitter.com/wpUDLvMJh6
— United Digest (@UTDdigest) March 19, 2017
For the gameweek 29 match, Manchester United travelled to the riverside stadium without their heavyweights including Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Wayne Rooney and Paul Pogba. But the 24-year-old youngster Jesse Lingard let their fans not to worry scoring a stunning goal from a long-range effort. It was Lingard’s first Premier League goal of the season. It helped his side to secure a 3-1 victory over Middlesbrough.
Which of the above deserves to be the best goal of gameweek 29? Let us know your views in comments below!