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Man of the Match v Crystal Palace


MOTM v Palace  

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  1. 1. ????

    • Tim Howard
    • Seamus Coleman
    • John Stones
    • Ramiro Funes Mori
    • Brendan Galloway
    • Gareth Barry
    • Tom Cleverley
    • Ross Barkley
    • Arouna Kone
    • Romelu Lukaku
    • Gerard Deulofeu

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Current Player of the Season standings...

Gerard Deulofeu...126

Romelu Lukaku...111

Ross Barkley...66

Arouna Kone...48

Steven Naismith...45

Tim Howard...34

Brendon Galloway...21

Seamus Coleman...21

Gareth Barry...20

John Stones...19

Joel Robles...18

Ramiro Funes Mori...12

Tom Cleverley...10

James McCarthy...9

Phil Jagielka...5

Bryan Oviedo...2

Aaron Lennon...1

Previous MOTM winners...

Bournemouth (A)...James McCarthy

Aston Villa (H)...Gerard Deulofeu

West Ham (A)...Gerard Deulofeu

Sunderland (H)...Arouna Kone

Norwich (H)...Joel Robles

Arsenal (A)...Brendon Galloway

Manchester United {H)...Romelu Lukaku

Liverpool (H)...Romelu Lukaku

West Brom (A)...Gerard Deulofeu

Reading (A)...Ross Barkley

Swansea (A)...Ross Barkley

Chelsea (H)...Steven Naismith

Tottenham (A)...Tim Howard

Barnsley (A)...Gerard Deulofeu

Manchester City (H)...Seamus Coleman

Southampton (A)...Romelu Lukaku

Watford (H)...Arouna Kone

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really hard choice:


Howard kept us in it with some cracking saves

Seamus was good but couldnt attack enough

Barry bar some cock ups was everywhere

Rom was exceptional, again

Geri was frustrating but exciting


But... TC for me. Involved with everything, making tackles, linking up play and so close to a stunning goal.

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It was Barry for me until he found himself so busy telling Mori to do his job that he couldn't do his.


Went with Lukaku. He worked his dick off tonight, used his brain and his body, and was unlucky not to have scored a hat trick.


I was happy with the overall effort of our team. We were sloppy first half, but once we composed ourselves, we looked unstoppable. Shame to give up a set piece goal again. Shame that some wizard came up from London and casted a shield spell around their net.

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There were a few candidates for me, including a performance from Cleverley very close to his pre-injury form and so nearly a cracking goal, but I vote for Seamus. Like TC, it was a return to his best form, full of energy and action with some good linking with Geri, a threat around the box too, and refused to be bullied by their forwards.

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