Man of the Match - Spurs (a)

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Man of the Match - Spurs (a)

Poll closed Tuesday at 1:25 PM.
  1. Ederson

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  2. Kyle Walker

    1.0%
  3. Fabian Delph

    9.6%
  4. Vincent Kompany

    22.6%
  5. Aymeric Laporte

    3.8%
  6. Ilkay Gundogan

    7.5%
  7. David Silva

    6.5%
  8. Kevin De Bruyne

    11.3%
  9. Leroy Sane

    0 vote(s)
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  10. Raheem Sterling

    36.0%
  11. Gabriel Jesus

    1.4%
  12. Bernardo Silva

    0.3%
  13. Yaya Toure

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  14. Nicolas Otamendi

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  1. citymad

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    Some very good performances yesterday. Thought Laporte was very classy, Raz was a constant threat, Gundogan was quality but when you need someone to step up and take leadership after the week we’ve had then Vinny’s the man. Merlin and Kev were superb and they ran a close second.
     
  2. blue by birth

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    Thought Delph was fantastic closely followed by Vinny and Raz.
    Walker had a good game as did Gundo.
     
  3. quiet_riot

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    Skipper for me. Kept Kane as quiet as you've ever seen, marshalled the defence well both sides of the reshuffle, and bagged an assist.
     
  4. Psychedelic Casual

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    Every time Gündoğan plays as the deep lying midfielder he’s one of the best players on the pitch.

    Almost every time he plays further forward he’s had his very worst games for us.

    He is a pivot, the one who sits in front of the back four and plays out from deep midfield. He is what Fernandinho is for us without the tackling and interceptions but with a better eye for a pass.
     
  5. Psychedelic Casual

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    Vincent put in a captain’s MOTM performance yesterday, class
     
  6. Mike Brock

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    I agree, thought he was excellent yesterday. Just wish he was tougher in the tackle
     
  7. typicalcity...

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  8. bluetonium

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    Many candidates. Laporte was excellent, Delph very composed, Kev much more yhreatening in that advanced position and David pure class again. If Raz had got a second then he'd get it hands down.

    But for keeping super dooper, can't put a foot wrong, saviour of England, giftee of all goals within a ten mile radius, complete media darling Harry Kane quiet without giving the ref the opportunity to give them a decision, plus that class pass for our first, Vinny for me.
     
  9. blue b4 the moon

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    Delph for me with Laporte a close second.
     
  10. Don Karleone

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    Nice to have a difficult decision for the right reasons again.

    Went with Raz, he never stopped. Honourable mentions for Delph and Vinny as well.
     

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