Liverpool Premier League 2021/22 Prize Money Revealed – It’s A Staggering

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Liverpool Premier League 2021/22 Prize Money Revealed – It’s A Staggering Amount

As reported by The Mail, the Premier League have released details of the payments made to clubs for prize money for the 2021/22 season.

It was an enchanting effort with fans getting back to arenas in full after the pandemic and saw Manchester City pip Liverpool to the title.

At one point, Pep Guardiola’s team trailed Aston Villa 2-0 on a dramatic final day but turned it around to retain their crown by winning 3-2 whilst Liverpool did their job and beat Wolves 3-1 at Anfield to agonisingly miss out by a single point.

It is City that understandably won the most Premier League prize money walking away with just over £153million.

Liverpool were not a long ways behind anyway getting a decent amount of near £152million in a season where they were broadcast live multiple times.

Despite disappointing seasons which saw them relegated to the Championship, Burnley, Watford, and Norwich City all received over £100million.

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The numbers are very amazing when everything is considered and no big surprise clubs are so frantic to get into Britain’s top level and frequently bet a lot to attempt to remain there.

Ederson was called into action at his near post by Pedro Neto shortly afterwards but that was just a brief interval in City’s dominance of the ball.

Rodrigo looked to have doubled the lead inside ten minutes but his jumping challenge on Wolves goalkeeper Jose Sa to win the ball was deemed a foul.

We didn’t have to wait long for the second however, with Haaland’s eleventh Premier League goal in seven matches coming in the 16th minute.

The Norwegian got the ball in the Wolves half, drove at the hosts’ guard and hit a work that beat Sa down and out to the goalkeeper’s ideal for his most memorable City objective from fresh.

It went from bad to worse for Wolves just after the half-hour mark when Grealish controlled a high ball only for Collins’ right boot to connect with his hip. Our No.10 was fine to continue, but the tackle was dangerous and Collins was rightly sent off.

The hosts energized in the last part yet it was nothing past the capacities of focal safeguards Ruben Dias and Manuel Akanji, who safeguarded Ederson’s objective masterfully.

The first chance of the second half came in the 66th minute following skilful work from Grealish and Haaland, whose shot was saved before Foden’s follow up was deflected over.

The third came moments later in similar fashion to the opener. This time it was Haaland who teed up De Bruyne in the right channel, with our midfielder playing a low cross that was glanced beyond the diving Sa by the onrushing Foden.

Astonishingly, that was De Bruyne’s 125th assist in all competitions for City.

The three focuses were fixed from that second and City passed the last twenty minutes in charge of the ball.

“The game started really well for us. And then a second and a red card. To come here against this team, with the quality they have – Neto, Moutinho, Neves – they have the quality to transition so fast.

“It was an incredible victory. We struggled a lot – big compliment for Wolves. It was so important before the international break.

On Grealish, he said: “He played really good. Strong, made a good goal. He is a guy who doesn’t lose the balls. It was a good performance from him. Hopefully he can continue in the international team and come back fit.”

Erling Haaland’s early impact on this side has been unprecedented and unbelievable.

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The 22-year-old’s first-half objective made him the principal player in Head Association history to score in his initial four away matches in the opposition. It likewise took him to his 100th objective in 99 appearances since leaving Red Bull Salzburg in 2020.

The most striking thing about his completion today was that it was so unique to the 13 objectives we have seen him score in City tones up until this point.

 

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