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Man of the Match at Palace

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    • Jordan Pickford
      0
    • Jonjoe Kenny
    • Michael Keane
      0
    • Phil Jagielka
      0
    • Leighton Baines
      0
    • Idrissa Gana Gueye
      0
    • Morgan Schneiderlin
      0
    • Aaron Lennon
    • Oumar Niasse
    • Ademola Lookman
      0
    • Gylfi Sigurðsson
      0
    • Dominic Calvert-Lewin
    • Tom Davies
      0
    • Sandro Ramirez
      0


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Current Player of the Season totals...
Dominic Calvert-Lewin...70
Oumar Niasse...63
Tom Davies...63
Jordan Pickford...60
Nikola Vlašić...54
Idrissa Gana Gueye...34
Wayne Rooney...30
Leighton Baines...24
Michael Keane...17
Beni Baningime...17
Gylfi Sigurðsson...14
Muhamed Bešić...14
Davy Klaassen...12
Morgan Schneiderlin...10
Ashley Williams...9
Phil Jagielka...9
Kevin Mirallas...8
Ademola Lookman...8
Sandro Ramirez...6
Maarten Stekelenburg...6
Mason Holgate...5
Cuco Martina...2
James McCarthy...2
Aaron Lennon...2
Jonjoe Kenny...3

Man of the Match winners...
Watford (H)...Oumar Niasse
Lyon (A)...Beni Baningime
Leicester (A)...Oumar Niasse
Chelsea (A)...Beni Baningime/Tom Davies
Arsenal (H)...Jordan Pickford
Lyon (H)...Tom Davies
Brighton (A)...Nikola Vlašić
Burnley (H)...Nikola Vlašić
Apollon Limassol (H)...Nikola Vlašić
Bournemouth (H)...Oumar Niasse
Sunderland (H)...Dominic Calvert-Lewin
Manchester United (A)...Tom Davies
Atalanta (A)...Nah
Tottenham (H)...Leighton Baines
Chelsea (A)...Muhamed Bešić
Hajduk Split (A)...Gylfi Sigurðsson
Manchester City (A)...Dominic Calvert-Lewin
Hajduk Split...(H)...Idrissa Gana Gueye
Stoke City (H)...Wayne Rooney
MFK Ružomberok (A)...Tom Davies
MFK Ružomberok (H)...Davy Klaassen

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Aaron Lennon's defensive display saved us on more than one occasion from losing to bottom-of-the-table Crystal Palace. And while that's not a sentence I ever expected to be writing in November of 2017, nevertheless it's why I've given him the MOTM. 

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I didn't see the game but obviously have seen the goals.

Going to ask a controversial question...Is Kenny not at fault for both goals? I've watched them back again and again and can't help but notice, or feel, that he could have done more. And I can't help but wonder, if that was Martina, how the comments would have been.

First goal, McArthur jogs in behind him. Kenny is ball watching all the way. At no point does he look around to see if he actually needs to be marking any one. Easy finish in plenty of space.

Second goal, Zaha drops off right in front of Kenny. Not entirely his fault but he doesn't even seem to react to what is happening right in front if him. Again, ball watching.

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34 minutes ago, Newty82 said:

I didn't see the game but obviously have seen the goals.

Going to ask a controversial question...Is Kenny not at fault for both goals? I've watched them back again and again and can't help but notice, or feel, that he could have done more. And I can't help but wonder, if that was Martina, how the comments would have been.

First goal, McArthur jogs in behind him. Kenny is ball watching all the way. At no point does he look around to see if he actually needs to be marking any one. Easy finish in plenty of space.

Second goal, Zaha drops off right in front of Kenny. Not entirely his fault but he doesn't even seem to react to what is happening right in front if him. Again, ball watching.

Yes he was part of the blame for both, thing is newts Zaha was so good he could have had many more but Kenny had him locked down.  He grew into the game as it went, by the end of the match Zaha was running into a cul de sac on that side with no way out.

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2 hours ago, Newty82 said:

I didn't see the game but obviously have seen the goals.

Going to ask a controversial question...Is Kenny not at fault for both goals? I've watched them back again and again and can't help but notice, or feel, that he could have done more. And I can't help but wonder, if that was Martina, how the comments would have been.

First goal, McArthur jogs in behind him. Kenny is ball watching all the way. At no point does he look around to see if he actually needs to be marking any one. Easy finish in plenty of space.

Second goal, Zaha drops off right in front of Kenny. Not entirely his fault but he doesn't even seem to react to what is happening right in front if him. Again, ball watching.

First goal is a yes, second not so much IMO.

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