April 20, 2024

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Player Ratings: Crystal Palace’s Performance in 3-1 Defeat to Tottenham Hotspur

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Crystal Palace faced a tough defeat at the hands of Tottenham Hotspur, falling 3-1 despite taking the lead through Eberechi Eze. Here are the player ratings from the encounter at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium:

Sam Johnstone – 7: Made several crucial saves to keep Palace in contention, including a one-on-one stop against Timo Werner. Couldn’t do much to prevent the late goals.

Daniel Munoz – 6: Showed defensive solidity and made key interceptions, but failed to capitalize on attacking opportunities.

Joel Ward – 6: Produced vital clearances and interceptions but was outmaneuvered for Tottenham’s second goal.

Joachim Andersen – 5: Struggled in key moments, losing crucial battles and allowing Tottenham opportunities.

Chris Richards – 7: Impressive until the late stages, made notable clearances but was caught out for Tottenham’s third goal.

Tyrick Mitchell – 6: Made defensive blocks and interceptions but conceded possession in dangerous areas at times.

Jefferson Lerma – 6: Showed defensive awareness but lost battles in crucial moments, leading to Tottenham’s equalizer.

Adam Wharton – 6: Displayed defensive commitment and helped thwart Tottenham’s attacks but had limited influence in possession.

Eberechi Eze – 6: Scored a fine free-kick but struggled to make a significant impact before being substituted due to returning from injury.

Jordan Ayew – 5: Limited contribution and had to be substituted due to injury after an underwhelming display.

Jean-Philippe Mateta – 6: Showed glimpses of strength but was stifled by Tottenham’s defense, offering little threat.


Odsonne Edouard – 5: Failed to make an impact after coming on and lost possession multiple times.

Matheus Franca – 5: Limited involvement after coming on and struggled to influence the game.

Will Hughes – 5: Committed fouls after his introduction but couldn’t alter the course of the game significantly.

Despite some positive individual performances, Palace couldn’t withstand Tottenham’s late surge, highlighting areas for improvement as they aim to bounce back in their next fixture.

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