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Budweiser Kings of the Match: Matchweek 17

17 Dec 2019
Mason Greenwood, Manchester United

Mason Greenwood shone against Everton scoring his first Premier League goal to win the vote in one of 10 Premier League fixtures over the weekend

Supporters voted in their thousands to celebrate their Budweiser Kings of the Match in Matchweek 17.

Fans across the world voted on the final whistles for their top performers via the official Premier League website and app and here's who came out on top. 

Matchweek 17 Kings of the Match
Mohamed Salah (LIV)

Salah secured 72.4 per cent of the vote after scoring both goals in leaders Liverpool's 16th win of the season.

Ashley Westwood (BUR)

The Burnley midfielder edged team-mate Chris Wood by just 1.1 per cent of the vote to take the prize.

Aaron Ramsdale (BOU)

The goalkeeper kept a clean sheet and starred in AFC Bournemouth's win at Chelsea to take 45.6 per cent of the vote.

Jamie Vardy (LEI)

He may not have scored but the striker was pivotal to Leicester City coming back to draw, earning 67.8 per cent of the vote.

John Lundstram (SHU)

An assist for Sheffield United's first goal meant that 77 per cent of the vote went to the Blades midfielder.

Sebastien Haller (WHU)

The striker collected 68.8 per cent of the vote after scoring the decisive goal against Southampton.

Mason Greenwood (MUN)

Coming on as a substitute to score his first Premier League goal at Old Trafford in the 1-1 draw against Everton, the Manchester United forward drew an overwhelming 51 per cent of the votes.

Jan Vertonghen (TOT)

The Belgian earned 36.4 per cent of he votes to see off the challenge of Adama Traore after scoring a stoppage-time winner against Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Kevin De Bruyne (MCI)

Kevin De Bruyne claimed a huge 88.6 per cent of the fans' vote, thanks to his midfield masterclass for Manchester City. He scored two stunning goals and provided an assist for Raheem Sterling in the 3-0 victory at Arsenal.

Wilfried Zaha (CRY)

Wilfried Zaha's wonder strike helped Crystal Palace earn a 1-1 draw with Brighton & Hove Albion and the winger earn the lion's share of the vote, with 44.4 per cent choosing the Ivory Coast international.

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