The 2019/2020 English Premier League season concluded in unfamiliar fashion courtesy of the deadly coronavirus that stopped the ball being kicked for almost 3 months before resuming in not so good environment for football fans who thronged stadiums and made matches lively and spectacular. It was the first season since inception of the Premier League that games were played in empty stadiums with over 5 substitutions allowed per game alongside cooling breaks between each halves. However, it was not without its fair share of drama as the battle of the top four and final Champions League spot went down to the wire with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's United pipping both Leicester and Chelsea to third spot after going for over 1000 hours of football without tasting defeat in the league. Besides Liverpool, one would argue that all the other teams were well below par in results as well as performances. Manchester United for instance finished with 66 points, the same as with the previous season, but they looked like a success this season due to the aforementioned reason. This is first season where the Premier League was compared to the likes of Ligue 1 that PSG are used to winning by a margin of 20+ points in consecutive seasons and without taking anything away from Champions Liverpool, it's a fact that the rest of the EPL teams underperformed massively. Not even dethroned Champions Manchester City could mount a serious title challenge by their usual standards and this leaves a lot to be desired ahead of next season. Hopefully by then, fans will be back to the stadiums and COVID-19 will be a thing of the past but by Premier League standards, except for Liverpool, probably the rest of the league were in quarantine as the Reds disappeared with the league into the horizon.