Man of the Match - Napoli (a)

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Man of the Match - Napoli (a)

Poll closed 3 Nov 2017.
  1. Ederson

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  2. Danilo

    0.5%
  3. John Stones

    37.1%
  4. Nicolas Otamendi

    7.6%
  5. Fabian Delph

    5.8%
  6. Fernandinho

    13.2%
  7. Ilkay Gundogan

    1.3%
  8. Kevin De Bruyne

    0.5%
  9. Raheem Sterling

    26.8%
  10. Leroy Sane

    2.1%
  11. Sergio Aguero

    4.5%
  12. David Silva

    0.3%
  13. Bernardo Silva

    0.3%
  14. Gabriel Jesus

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  1. MaineRoadBlue1963

    MaineRoadBlue1963

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    Sterling for me
     
  2. BufordUSABlue

    BufordUSABlue

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    Stonesy was outstanding in a majestic team performance for me. He is maturing like an excellent wine at the moment and i am loving watching his development!
     
  3. Chris in London

    Chris in London

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    We have a great tradition of fantastic centre halves, going back through Dunney and VK through to Dave Watson, Mike Doyle and beyond. I really do think in John Stones we have another who will in time stand alongside them as a club great.
     
  4. bellsouth

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    The equaliser was crucial and as he gets plenty of stick from the media, I'm going for Ota.
     
  5. karen7

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    I couldn't decide so voted for sergio,just because :)))
     
  6. bluemc1

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    Good game by most, little worried about how leggy KDB looked but it was Stones and Sterling who stood out for me
    Delph not far behind
     
  7. supercity88

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    Gundogan for me. Linked the play really well and with De Bruyne off colour he stepped up. I think Kevin needs a break but cannot see when he would get one. I think Gundogan could replace him alongside Silva and Fernandinho and do as good a job. De Bruyne has been exceptional this season of course but Gundogan has a knack of getting into good positions and is so good on the ball off both feet. Still if De Bruyne is blowing after 60 mins v Arsenal what an option to have.

    Winning in Naples without vinny and silva for the full game...wow.
     
  8. Robanompivenov

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    Sterling just over Stones. Both having coming of age seasons! Bravo to them both!
     
  9. citymad

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    Lets face it there were many MOTM performances last night. Love the comment about Merlin, he really was superb when he came on. Stones was majestic and Id love to give him the MOTM but Ota was a true leader last night, his header was magnificent and changed the game. Well done City, probably our best team performance in Europe.

    On a side note anyone remember that game a few years back at the Etihad against Napoli ? That for me was a pivotal game where our fortunes changed.
     
    Last edited: 2 Nov 2017
  10. mosssideblue

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    Several close candidates but went for Sterling.
     

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