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)
    0.0%
  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. KnaresboroughBlue

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    Same here. There were many who thought we couldn't do it without Fernandinho but Gundogan stepped up to plate and played very well.
     
  2. John Oliver

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    Sterling, now living up to his name.
     
  3. cyan

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    Few contenders - went for Kompany - based on Kane not getting a touch and the way he steadied the defence end of first half beginning of second when some thought another wobble was on its way. In truth the Team Ethic was Man of the Match but as captain Company leads by example - hence he gets my vote.
     
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  4. Bluep*ss

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    Is that The Kane who claimed the match ball - off the young 12yo ball boy ?..........lol
     
  5. aguero93:20

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    Raz, honourable mentions for Gundogan, De Bruyne and Walker.

    Edit: how on earth does Walker only have 1 vote? Changing to him.
     
  6. Stevieatlasblue

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    I voted for Kompany because I played this position myself and he is world class and gave a work class performance and im biased.
     
  7. BringBackSwales

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    Went for Vinny, although I thought Gundogan was excellent, and due to how well he played we didn’t miss Fern at a very tough away game. Has Harry Kane been officially released from Vinnys pocket yet?
     
  8. GeorgeHeslop'sTackle.

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    Sterling. Despite the fact that we’re all gonna have to get used to the fact that he’s always gonna be prone to missing the odd “sitter” he never gets dispirited or hides, and always works his nuts off for the benifit of the team
     
  9. Bluep*ss

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    RAHEEM STERLING - - TOP OF THE LEAGUE,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,lol
     
  10. ninjamonkey

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    Couldn't argue against giving it to Delph or Kompany who were both colossal at thr back but had to give it to sterling.our biggest threat,switched positions about 3 times during the game but understood his roll pe4fe tly each time. Felt he was more of a threat upfront than jesus as his movement is superb. Should probably have had a hatrick but after finally seeing the replays, there was some very good defending thrown in there and despite missing though chances he kept going and ultimately got the goal that sealed the win.
     

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