FA Cup: Crystal Palace vs Stoke City Player Ratings as Palace win 2-1 to go into the next round
Crystal Palace vs Stoke City: Crystal Palace squared off against Stoke City at the Selhurst Park stadium in the 5th round of the ongoing edition of the FA Cup.
The first half was equally shared by both the teams in terms of performance. However, in the 2nd half, Cheikhou Kouyaté was able to score the 1st goal for Palace. Soon, Stoke City was equalized with the help of Josh Tymon. However, in the 82nd minute, Crystal Palace was able to score the winner courtesy of the sub-Jairo Riedewald to int the next round of the FA Cup.
Let’s take a look at the player ratings for Crystal Palace vs Stoke City match:-
Crystal Palace vs Stoke City Player Ratings
Jack Butland (6.3/10): The goalkeeper could have done a bit more to stop the goal from coming but he did make a few good saves.
Marc Guehi (6.4/10): The center-back was solid in the defense making good interceptions and blocks which were crucial.
Joachim Andersen (6.3/10): The Danish center-back was also very solid in the backline making clearances and forward passes.
Tayo Adaramola (6.3/10): The teenage left-back had a decent performance making good runs and carrying the ball well.
Nathaniel Clyne (6.4/10): The right-back had a very similar performance tonight making good runs both with and without the ball and making interceptions.
Cheikhou Kouyaté (7.4/10): The veteran central midfielder was on target as he scored the first goal for Palace with a good strike from inside the box.
Michael Olise (6.4/10): The French midfielder was good on the ball making important passes and controlling the tempo in the midfield.
Will Hughes (6.4/10): The midfielder was also good on the ball and made some good passes and interceptions.
Jean-Philippe Mateta (6.5/10): The striker tried to create somethings and also was good off the ball as well.
Wilfried Zaha (6.4/10): The forward had decent performance making some good runs both on and off the ball and tried to put pressure.
Jordan Ayew (6.3/10): The forward was active making passes and dropping sometimes to create and had an overall decent performance.
Conor Gallagher (5/10): He made some good passes and combined well with his teammates and also made a few interceptions.
Jeffrey Schlupp (4.6/10): HE also made a few good passes but was mostly ineffective throughout the time he played.
Luka Milivojevic: N/A
Jairo Riedewald (7/10): HE was able to score the winner for Palace to take them to the next round and also made a few good passes.
Christian Benteke: N/A
James Chester (6/10): The center-back was fairly solid making some blocks but could have more to stop the goals from coming.
Taylor Harwood-Bellis (6/10): The young center-back also could have done more to stop the goals from coming. Made a few good interceptions as well.
Liam Moore (6.1/10): The center-back made some tackles and challenges and made some forward passes but was not up to the mark.
Jordan Thompson (6.2/10): The Northern Irish midfielder was fairly good on the ball and made a few good passes and controlled the tempo in the midfield.
Joe Allen (6.2/10): The Welsh midfielder was also good on the ball and made some good passes and interceptions as well.
Romaine Sawyers (6.8/10): The midfielder was able to provide the assist for the goal and also made a few good passes and combinations.
Josh Tymon (7.2/10): The left wing-back was able to score the equalizer in the 58th minute with a good strike from center of the box. He was good on the ball as well.
Tommy Smith (6.3/10): The English right wing-back was good both on and off the ball and was able to make good runs into attacking areas.
Josh Maja (6/10): The striker could not do much apart from getting deep sometimes to collect the ball and pass sideways.
Nick Powell (6/10): The English striker also had a very similar ordinary performance without having much impact.
Jacob Brown (4/10): He was not at all effective after coming on as a sub apart from some passes.
Mario Vrancic: N/A
Steven Fletcher: N/A
Tyrese Campbell: N/A