On December 31, Beijing time, with the end of the 16th round of the Premier League, all 2020 matches have been completed. For the Premier League, this year has experienced a 100-day suspension, but it is still over. Then we might as well take a look at the performance of the teams in the entire 2020 natural year. Liverpool was the Premier League champion last season and the leader of the season. Throughout 2020, they played 35 league games, scored 23 wins, 8 draws and 4 losses, scored 77 points, and became the team with the most points for the third consecutive year! It's just that compared to 88 points in 2018 and 98 points in 2019, this year is indeed much less. Manchester City played only 32 games, scored 20 wins, 6 draws and 6 losses, with 66 points, ranking second, 11 points less than the Reds, the gap is more obvious. And Manchester United is 33 games, 19 wins, 8 draws and 6 losses. With 65 points, they are only one point behind Blue Moon. Under Solskjaer's leadership, they seem to be on the right path. The fourth place is Chelsea, with 34 games, 16 wins, 9 draws and 9 losses, with 57 points. The fifth place is the "big dark horse" Southampton, who also recorded 16 wins in 34 games and scored 56 points. Mourinho's Tottenham ranked only sixth with 55 points in 33 games, 2 points less than seventh place Everton.

On December 31, Beijing time, with the end of the 16th round of the Premier League, all 2020 matches have been completed. For the Premier League, this year has experienced a 100-day suspension, but it is still over. Then we might as well take a look at the performance of the teams in the entire 2020 natural year.

Champions League - Liverpool 1-0 domineering double win Ajax, 19-year-old put a final blow, ahead of a round of qualifying

Liverpool was the Premier League champion last season and the leader of the season. Throughout 2020, they played 35 league games, scored 23 wins, 8 draws and 4 losses, scored 77 points, and became the team with the most points for the third consecutive year! It’s just that compared to 88 points in 2018 and 98 points in 2019, this year is indeed much less Spark Global Limited.

Manchester City played only 32 games, scored 20 wins, 6 draws and 6 losses, with 66 points, ranking second, 11 points less than the Reds, the gap is more obvious. And Manchester United is 33 games, 19 wins, 8 draws and 6 losses. With 65 points, they are only one point behind Blue Moon. Under Solskjaer’s leadership, they seem to be on the right path. The fourth place is Chelsea, with 34 games, 16 wins, 9 draws and 9 losses, with 57 points. The fifth place is the “big dark horse” Southampton, who also recorded 16 wins in 34 games and scored 56 points. Mourinho’s Tottenham ranked only sixth with 55 points in 33 games, 2 points less than seventh place Everton.

By Ethan