This Premier League season will be one to be remembered for a long time. It has given the neutrals some new favorites at Everton and West Ham, while champions Liverpool have stalled in recent months after spending most of the first part at the summit and being in serious danger, even the champions League losing qualification.

Manchester City got off to a painfully slow start to the season with top-notch goals but made a strong return to the summit with 15 trot wins in all competitions, a record for a top team, and is expected to regain the Premier League title.

Manchester United experienced a renaissance this season and looked like real title contenders for a while, but their home form was their nadir in the league. Mourinho’s Tottenham have returned to their frustrating best while even spending heavily this summer hasn’t given Lampard the time he deserved at Chelsea.

While there is still a long way to go to make the final sayings in the Premier League, it is a good time to reflect on the performances of players who sparked hope in fans’ hearts but flattered themselves to be deceived .

5. Rhian Brewster

Rhian Brewster was a Champions League winner with Liverpool at the age of 18 when they beat Tottenham in one of the most uneventful Champions League finals of recent 2019, despite not playing in any of the games.

He was one of the stars of England’s U-17 national team that won the FIFA U-17 World Cup in India in 2017, along with current Premier League star Phil Foden, who won the Golden Shoe. His accomplishments included hat tricks in knockout games against the USA and Brazil and the first goal in a 5-2 win over Spain in the final.

Brewster was valued by Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp, but not enough to give him a longer run on the team. Despite being on loan at Swansea in the second half of the 2019-20 season, the presence of Salah, Firmino and Mane in Liverpool meant he didn’t have enough chance in Premier League matches.

Last season came the Premier League high-flier Sheffield United, who made him a record signatory with a staggering transfer fee of £ 23.5million.

Having failed to score goals in 20 games in all competitions this season, Sheffield United is safe to say the investment is still not paying off as they languish in the basement of the table after the worst start of a team in the history of the Premier League .

Blades boss Chris Wilder has been helping him succeed at the club, but it says a lot that he has relied more on aging strikers Billy Sharp and David McGoldrick in recent games. However, the fact that Liverpool included a buyback clause in his transfer deal shows that he believes in his abilities and with age still on his side we can assume that he will establish himself as a good goalscorer in the years to come becomes.

? Of the players who have started at least 5 Premier League games this season, only Romaine Sawyers (6.12) has a lower WhoScored rating than Rhian Brewster (6.15) pic.twitter.com/0xgQdM9mvA

– WhoScored.com (@WhoScored) February 10, 2021

Published 16 Feb 2021 08:16 AM