MOM v Aston Villa 28/8/21 (away)

Who was your MOM v Aston Villa 28/8/21 (away)?


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Mr Cynical

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Thought Norgaard was excellent today, moving the ball on quickly and accurately in dangerous areas and picked out some great forward passes. Cracking foul at an important moment too... Racking up the yellows though..
 
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Thought Norgaard was excellent today, moving the ball on quickly and accurately in dangerous areas and picked out some great forward passes. Cracking foul at an important moment too... Racking up the yellows though..
Exactly, I am getting worried about his yellow cards, but he had no choice again. He took one for the team last time and did so today. A professional player.

Got to say though, Raya is one hell of a keeper with great reflexes. Saved us from the close up shot from Ings somewhere in the first half.
 

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Exactly, I am getting worried about his yellow cards, but he had no choice again. He took one for the team last time and did so today. A professional player.

Got to say though, Raya is one hell of a keeper with great reflexes. Saved us from the close up shot from Ings somewhere in the first half.
So much more comfortable on ball and as sweeper keeper than Martinez
 

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Exactly, I am getting worried about his yellow cards, but he had no choice again. He took one for the team last time and did so today. A professional player.

Got to say though, Raya is one hell of a keeper with great reflexes. Saved us from the close up shot from Ings somewhere in the first half.
So you voted for David. Good man. :rolleyes:
 

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Pinnock just ahead of Norgaard. Norgaard was superb apart from his cross field balls which kept on being intercepted. Pinnock has been the best centre back on the pitch in all three PL games so far, looks absolutely at home at this level. And special mention for Ghoddos who didn’t let anyone down, one of his best ever performances I’d say.
 

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IMO they all turned in a high grade performance and it's difficult to choose one. I've gone for Pinnock by a nose
 

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Saman was awesome and “finally came of age”. The team was excellent. Just wished Rico had scored.
The opportunity to score against his local rivals, as a Birmingham fan, would've been a chance too good to miss.
 
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