Man Of The Match Report: Crystal Palace 0-0 Brentford

Match Attendance: 23,091

In Patrick Viera’s first home game as manager, today’s game between Crystal Palace and Brentford wraps ups as a stalemate. Palace supporters and Viera are still waiting for their first goal of the season, while Brentford remain unbeaten in the Premier League. It was difficult to choose between Guaita and Gallagher for man of the match. Palace avoided losing their second game in a row thanks to the goalkeeper’s heroics. The most impressive, holding off Onyeka’s strike. Gallagher appears to be on his way to yet another successful loan spell. In today’s game, his impact was undeniable; he led Palace in tackles (3), shots (2 shots), crosses (3), and hitting the woodwork (3). This is a 50/50 decision in favour of Guaita. Here’s why Guaita was voted as MOTM:

Guaita’s Match Overview:

Rating: 7.73

Minutes played: 90

Aerial duels won: 3

Clearances: 4

Interceptions: 1

Clean Sheets: 1

Long Balls (Accurate Long Balls): 21(6)

Touches: 47

Passes: 31

Saves: 3

Parried Saves: 2

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