MOM v Sheff Wed (home) 24/2/21

Who was your MOM v Sheff Wed (home) 24/2/21?


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BuzzWord

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The back four - tremendous - especially Reid & Dalsgaard
 
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Dalsgaard, Reid, Pinnock, Sorensen, Mbuemo al in with a shout.

I've gone for Henrick.
 

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Reid.
 

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Reid.

It was so important for us to keep a clean sheet tonight. We always look like scoring, but Reid has come in and allowed Ethan to get back onto 'his' side, WR was beyond solid and assured tonight.

Special mentions for MBS and Mbuemo, who pushed close to getting the vote, but a clean sheet was key.
 

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Could be Bryan for two key moments. Could be Henrik for usual heroics. Could be Mathias for another mercurial midfield masterclass. But no, for his complete central dominance, my MOM goes to ✌
 

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All were very good, including the umpteen subs. However I’ve chosen Ghoddos (goal and an assist) for his all round performance. It felt like this was the long-awaited breakthrough game, where he realised that he can be a star in the Championship.
 
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I've chosen Saman because his chance creation (4 according to fotmob) 1 assist & 1 goal. but honestly anyone could be mom tonight,
 
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Between Henrik, Samman, Bryan and Sergi for me.....
Going for HD.
 

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All were very good, including the umpteen subs. However I’ve chosen Ghoddos (goal and an assist) for his all round performance. It felt like this was the long-awaited breakthrough game, where he realised that he can be a star in the Championship.
WhoScored gave Ghoddos 8.8 (that's unusually high) for goal and assist, plus tackles. Mbeumo 8.3; Sørensen 8.2; Reid 8.0; Dalsgaard 7.5. Bear in mind they rate attacking work higher than defending.
 
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WhoScored gave Ghoddos 8.8 (that's unusually high) for goal and assist, plus tackles. Mbeumo 8.3; Sørensen 8.2; Reid 8.0; Dalsgaard 7.5. Bear in mind they rate attacking work higher than defending.
I think it's probably got to do with chances created. Although IMO there should be higher ratings for critical defending as well.
 

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Will go with Reid for his calmness...Bryan was much improved so deserves kudos as well.
 

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Reid but really liked Ghoddos's contribution,he doesn't get involved enough yet but he's the only player at the moment who's getting the final ball right.
 

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I voted for Reid, very calm and composed.
Thought Dalsgaard had a great game, he was everywhere.
MBS kept Kareem Harris quiet and scored to put the game to bed. 🐝🐝🐝
 

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No, Bryan. But not by a country mile.
 

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What the f***s a country mile anyway?
 

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Any of the back four (or five, if you count Raya coming back to form) - but Mads gets my vote simply because he was playing out of position and kept one of their danger men quiet.
 

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Reid won everything all night.
 

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Mbeumo for me. Has struggled for form but asked to play as part of a rotating front three and really stepped up so fair play to the lad. Seeing him and Sergi really celebrating the first - slightly fortuitous - goal was a huge moment for him and the team. Winston was classy and Dalsgaard barnstorming and in the 2nd half Ghoddos showed how technically gifted he is with a classy finish and wonderful free-kick for MBS. A final pat on the back for MBS - emergency left back & goal scorer who did a decent job against Harris.
 
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MBS for me.

When I saw he was up against Kadeem Harris, I feared the worst but Mads didn’t give him a sniff.....and bagged himself a goal.
 

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Henrik for me simply because whilst Reid made us undeniably solid, Henrik set a tone that the team followed and got us the points.
 

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Reid
Aerially brilliant, positionally brilliant, distribution excellent. Importance to the back 4.. 10 out of 10 last night.
 

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Very surprised Henrik has not romped this!

Sure, Reid was very solid and tidy in possession but Henrik was simply exceptional, popping up everywhere and full of energy and commitment. A real captain's performance just when we needed it!
 

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