Who Drifted during Gameweek 9 of All Sky Sports Fantasy Football?
Here is your top-scoring XI…
Despite being selected by just 0.99 percent of Fantasy Football managers, Sheffield Uniteds Dean Henderson is the highest-scoring goalkeeper at Fantasy Football, accruing 48 points to the year already. Even the Manchester United man earned a third clean sheet of the man-of-the-match award along with the campaign racking up his third party haul of 2019/20.
Patrick van Aanholt was just another earner in Crystal Palaces vital late win against West Ham in the London Stadium, together with the Eagles. Even the in-form left-back scored his second goal of the term because he converted from the penalty spot to equalise – he has got 19 points from his last two matches.
David Luiz picked up two-thirds of his points for the season while his first goal of the campaign in their triumph over Bournemouth as he maintained his first clean sheet by Arsenal.
Calum Chambers has got 21 of the 28 Fantasy Football points since returning to the Arsenal group three games ago. His sheet has been rewarded with a man-of-the-match award and he partners his team-mate Luiz at the heart of the Fantasy Team of the Week Dice.
It was another good performance for Jetro Willems, that maintained Manchester United on Sunday at bay. He assisted attained grade one and Matty Longstaffs winner handle bonus points at what was his initial tally of their campaign. A mere 0.08 percent of Fantasy Football supervisors were available to reap the benefits.
In his two starts this year, James Milner has established two objectives, while keeping his nerve the in the minute against Leicester that asserted the ideal start of Liverpool. His contribution to both targets saw him crowned man of the match.
Adama Traore made up half of his Fantasy Football points so far with a late double in the Etihad that amazed Premier League winners Manchester City. His pace on the counter-attack was matched by his own composure in front of goal to fire beyond Ederson. In scoring two, he achieved bonus factors were shot by tier one, and it was the Fantasy Player of the Week accolade, as well as no surprise to see him rewarded with a man-of-the-match award.
Jack Grealish scored his first Premier League goal of the year in Aston Villas 5-1 beating of Norwich. His three shots on target allowed him to clock grade up two bonus points in that category, registering 11 Fantasy Football points in complete – as many as Grealish clocked in his past five Premier League matches. He pips team-mates Anwar El Ghazi and Conor Hourihane to a location at the Fantasy Team of the Week.
Tammy Abraham netted his eighth goal of the year in Chelseas prominent display . Abraham tops the Fantasy Football point charts, with 74 in total thus far, five ahead of Sergio Aguero. The striker also tops the value-for-money charts too, making Fantasy Football managers 8.92 points a #m. His man-of-the-match award, combined with tier two shot bonus points, was enough to observe the Chelsea talisman make his fourth appearance from the Fantasy Team of the Week in only six gameweeks.
Wesley netted twice against Norwich – his third and fourth goals of 2019/20. It may have been had his punishment – along with the rebound – never been rescued by the Michael McGovern, that required three points off his tally of Norwich. He did create another of Aston Villas aims and took the man-of-the-match award, together with grade two shot on bonus points to top off a day for its centre-forward.
The teenager didnt waste the opportunity and left the first Premier League start of his profession. Connolly scored to seal an emphatic triumph for Brighton and pile more misery on Tottenham along with Mauricio Pochettino. The award was unsurprisingly landed by him, and has been called up into the Republic of Ireland team.
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