Football is sweet and is even sweeter to see some records being set and others broken. this is what keeps competition lively when one has a goal to break. in Premier League week 36, some records were set which we are going to list which records and how they were set.
Liverpool's goalkeeper was very lucky in the last game against West Brom where he scored a screamer header goal to win the game bringing back the hopes of finishing top four this season.
Alison became the first goalkeeper to ever score a goal for Liverpool in a competitive game and he came in the right time when Liverpool needed him.
In the last game agist Manchester City, Joe Willock become the youngest player to score 5 in a row since Jose Antonio Reyes. Joe Willock has become the youngest player to score five goals in a row in the Premier League since Jose Antonio Reyes did it for Arsenal in 2004.
In his full debut for Newcastle United, Willock had made another record where he became the quickest goal scorer by a Magpies’ debutant since the start of the Premier League almost two decades ago.
Willock is also Newcastle’s second youngest ever player to score on his debut, only behind Matty Longstaff who scored the winner for Steve Bruce’s men against Manchester United last season.
Jebbison scored just seven minutes into his first Premier League start to put a huge dent in Everton’s hopes of European football.
The Canadian-born forward, Jebbison, became the Premier League youngest scorer on his full debut at the age of 17 years and 309 days,
Youri Tielemans scored a screamer, Kasper Schmeichel made two outstanding saves, and Chelsea suffered last-minute VAR heartbreak as Leicester City finally got their hands on the FA Cup.
Leicester finally won the FA Cup, having been runners-up on four previous occasions.
Everton started very strong this season but the last few weeks have not been easy for them as their hope for top four positions was taken last night by relegated side Sheffield United through the legs of a teenage boy Daniel Jebbison.
With only one home game for Carlo Ancelotti’s side, they have suffered nine home defeats, equalling their worst record from 1912-13, 1937-38, 1950-51, and 1993-94.