Weekly Premier League Awards Incorporate The last seven days of football action have covered Game Weeks 16 and 17, with a longing for Czech cuisine, Tomas Soucek, Kieran Tierney’s leader-like performance, an unstoppable hit from Raphinha, and Leeds United’s Twitter admin. Features a complete cock-up of.
This week’s moment
Someone gets Tomáš Souček Potato salad right now! A popular dish in his home country, West Ham UnitedThe Czech bulldozer deserves his recent performance.
“It was hard for me. I usually have a three week vacation in the Czech Republic and eat a lot of potato salad.” 😂
The crazy Christmas schedule was new to Tomas Soucek, but he adapted and @WestHam!!
— BT Sport Soccer (@btsportfootball) January 1, 2021
This week’s player
If Arsenal If they’re going anywhere this season, they have to be aware of the example set by passionate people. Kieran Tierney..Full-back sporty short sleeves in spite of cold and snowy conditions Saturday night in HawthornesNot only was a breakwater, but also showed great quality against West Brom.
Scott’s efforts never fail-he was the most hard-working player on the pitch-but the most eye-catching was his sterling attack play, scoring goals and two of the week. Assisted the second match.
Tierney rushed into the buggies from the left side in the first half, cut the inside of the box and then hit a great strike. Sam Johnstone didn’t have a chance.
Oh! Kieran Tierney! It’s special! 😍
Great solo goal from Arsenal guy 👏
I took the plunge! 💥 pic.twitter.com/gQ0r6NGs37
— BT Sport Soccer (@btsportfootball) January 2, 2021
Tierney, who maintained two clean sheets last week and was the true leader of the backline who shut out Brighton on Tuesday, gave the Gunners the hope that he could still save the campaign.
This week’s goal
Stunning strike from Raffinha It also showed off the best Leeds United.. Majestic.
Five stars @LUFC 🙌
— Amazon Prime Video Sports (@primevideosport) December 29, 2020
Runner-up: Everech Eze, Crystal Palace (against Sheffield United); Kieran Tierney, Arsenal (against West Brom); Youri Tielemans, Leicester City (against Newcastle United).
This week’s celebration
James Madison Certainly I made a mark on Sunday.
Double Topsssssss 😂🎯 pic.twitter.com/ytxmNZN4Dl
— James Maddison (@ Madders10) January 3, 2021
Save this week
There were traces of old things David de gea During a great performance against Aston Villa on Friday Manchester United The goalkeeper makes four important stops in the match. His best came from the Header Watkins header crossing his body towards the net, but he was able to tilt it over the bar.
Team effort from front to back.
From this important thing @D_DeGea Save in the second half …
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) January 1, 2021
This week’s stats
Bukayo Saka was the first player born after Sam Allardyce played against the Sam Allardyce team in the Premier League.
— Richard Jolly (@RichJolly) January 2, 2021
Howler of the Week
Danburn There was an absolute mare against the wolf on Saturday night.The· Brighton The defender scored an incredibly unfortunate own goal, though not his true mistake, but exacerbated the error by penalizing just before halftime.
Byrne is about 2 meters tall, but even he is no match for the physical wonder of Adama Traoré. When Spanish International beat him in the signature line, Burn actually took a very ridiculous challenge, defeating the oiled wing in the box.
Oh dear! 😬
Danburn is at the wrong end of a cruel luck slice. Sanchez punched the ball straight into Burn, and Burn accidentally bundled the ball into his own goal line.
— SkySports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) January 2, 2021
An unforgettable night for the British, probably the worst Premier League performance in his history. At least his team didn’t lose in the end.
second place: Romaine Sawyers own goal against Leeds.
This week’s donkey
Leeds United They could have lost 3-0 to the Spurs over the weekend, but they were a grand plan to destroy West Brom earlier in the week and accept the series of consequences. But it was off the pitch that the club made them look a little silly.
Despite the brilliant brilliance of a tremendous victory over the Buggy’s, the club’s Twitter account felt that attention should be paid to comments made by expert Karen Carney during the coverage of the Amazon Prime match. A former England national team suggested that Whites’ promotion last season was helped by an unexpected interruption by the coronavirus.
There was essentially nothing wrong with Leeds emphasizing it-certainly, it’s part of their online tactics-or Kearney’s first comment. But when it caught the attention of the club’s 668,000 followers, it led to an avalanche of gender and abusive abuse of Kearney.
“It’s not an example of a tolerant society.”
“Abusing people on social media is not a crime without victims, it hurt people.”@mrjakehumphrey With a message of support to Karen Kearney ❤️
It is often said! pic.twitter.com/b3NGH5qRq6
— BT Sport Soccer (@btsportfootball) January 2, 2021
On their side, Leeds can’t help their followers react to what they post, but it was predictable. Besides, the answer was useless.Owner Andrea Ladrisani Kearney’s comment tweeted that it was “unnecessary and rude,” but the tweet itself wasn’t deleted despite the bile wrath it caused.
Ladrisani apologized to Kearney, “I’m sorry Karen was abused on social media,” but his surprise was incredibly naive. “Our tweet wasn’t offensive. We just said we won 10 points in the league. We honestly didn’t expect such a reaction, and she experienced it. I’m sorry for that. “
The writer doesn’t believe Leeds was malicious when he sent the tweet, but he was irresponsible on their part (to put it mildly). They had accumulated a lot of retweets and interactions, but the soccer woman suffered from a tsunami of abuse and had to delete her Twitter account. Well done, Leeds.
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