Premier League: Brentford vs Crystal Palace Player Ratings as both teams end up in a goal less 0-0 draw


Premier League: Brentford vs Crystal Palace Player Ratings as both teams end up in a goal less 0-0 draw

Brentford vs Crystal Palace: Brentford faced Crystal Palace at Brentford Community Stadium on Matchday 25 of the Premier League.

The first half saw some end-to-end action but no team was successful in converting attacks into goals. The second half was no different as the teams were desperate for a winner. But the match finished at level peggings.

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Let’s take a look at the player ratings for Brentford vs Crystal Palace: –

Brentford vs Crystal Palace Player Ratings

Brentford

David Raya (7.1/10): Raya made good collections and distributed the ball brilliantly.

Kristoffer Ajer (7.5/10): Ajer was composed in the backline and dealt with through balls with good effect.

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Pontus Jansson (7.5/10): Jansson made a huge number of clearances and kept Palace’s attackers at bay.

Ethan Pinnock (8.2/10): Pinnock had an exceptional game in defence. He won 14 duels- most in the match.

Sergi Canos (/6.910): Canos made good passes which split the defenders and found the attackers.

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Vitaly Janelt (5.9/10): Janelt was one of the weaker links of the midfield and could not shift the gears of the game in an effective way.

Christian Norgaard (7.8/10): Norgaard was an imposing presence in the field and made the most number of tackles in the match.

Mathias Jensen (7.2/10): Jansen had a brilliant game in the middle of the pitch and made many important passes which created chances.

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Rico Henry (7/10): The left wing-back made many runs going forward but did not get the end result he was looking for.

Bryan Mbeumo (6.5/10): Mbeumo looked like he’d be a threat to the opponents every time he had the ball at his, but lacked the finesse.

Yoane Wissa (5.8/10): Wissa had a pretty quiet game and was subbed off in the 82nd minute.

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Substitutes:

Joshua Dasilva (6/10): The midfielder tried to have an influence in the match being subbed on but was unsuccessful.

Saman Ghoddos (NA)

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Shandon Baptiste (NA)

Crystal Palace

Vicente Guaita (7.8/10): Guaita made a brilliant save in the second half to deny <a href=”http://<!– wp:paragraph –> <p><strong>Joachim Andersen (8/10): </strong>The center back made crucial blocks in Palace’s box. His interceptions were influential in keeping a clean sheet for <a href=”https://www.cpfc.co.uk/”>Palace</a>.</p> Brentford the lead and played as a sweeper goalkeeper, going outfield and clearing balls.

Joel Ward (7.4/10): The skipper defended brilliantly inside the box and made brave tackles. He also gave away a poor ball which resulted in a chance for Brentford.

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Joachim Andersen (8/10): The center back made crucial blocks in Palace’s box. His interceptions were influential in keeping a clean sheet for Palace.

Marc Guehi (7.2/10): Guehi used his body well to defend the incoming attacks. His box presence was excellent.

Tyrick Mitchell (7.7/10): Mitchell was exceptional defending in 1v1 situations. He also made crucial blocks and clearances inside the box.

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Conor Gallagher (6.8/10): Gallagher had a surprisingly ineffective match, looking at his recent form. His passing was good as usual though.

Will Hughes (6/10): Hughes had an average match. He did not have much of an influence on the match.

Jeffrey Schlupp (6.5/10): Schlupp had a decent game but could not be an impact player in the match.

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Jordan Ayew (6.2/10): Ayew played right wing and had a few good runs on the flank but he could not make any crucial impact on the game.

Odsonne Edouard (5.8/10): Edouard had a very mediocre game as he did not attempt even a single shot on target. He was subbed off in the 66th minute.

Wilfried Zaha (6.9/10): Zaha made good runs on the wing and was fouled many times but did not find the winner.

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Substitutes:

James McArthur (6.2/10): McArthur was subbed in for Hughes but was as ineffective as Hughes.

Jean-Philippe Mateta (NA)

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Michael Olise (NA)

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