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Budweiser Kings of the Match: Matchweek 24

24 Jan 2020
Jack Grealish

See who earned the most votes as Jack Grealish is chosen top performer in Aston Villa's comeback win against Watford

Supporters voted in their thousands to celebrate their Budweiser Kings of the Match in Matchweek 24.

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 24 Kings of the Match
Jack Grealish (AVL)

The creative midfielder was in the thick of the action again for Aston Villa, continuing his impressive form as he helped the hosts come from behind to win 2-1 against Watford to earn 68.2 per cent of the vote.

Callum Wilson (BOU)

The AFC Bournemouth striker was a constant threat and scored the third goal, also securing a third of the vote after rounding Brighton & Hove Albion goalkeeper Mat Ryan to wrap up the victory.

Nathan Redmond (SOU)

In the absence of team-mate Danny Ings, Redmond set Ralph Hasenhuttl's men on the way to a fifth win in seven Premier League matches with a stunning first-half strike.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin (EVE)

The in-form Everton striker had a hand in creating Moise Kean's first goal for the club, and he then scored the Toffees' second with a smart finish.

Kevin De Bruyne (MCI)

There is no stopping the influential Belgian, who continued his stunning run of form with the crucial assist for Sergio Aguero's winner at Sheffield United.

Gabriel Martinelli (ARS)

The young striker was a thorn in Chelsea's side with his intelligent running and neat passing, and he ran from the edge of his own box to score as Arsenal's 10 men twice fought back from behind to draw.

Ayoze Perez (LEI)

The Spaniard struck twice in the last 10 minutes to claim 46.6 per cent of the vote as Leicester City bounced back from successive defeats.

Son Heung-min (TOT)

The South Korean caused Norwich City problems with his pace and tricky and ultimately scored the winning goal, earning the award with 43.3 per cent of the vote.

Nick Pope (BUR)

The Burnley goalkeeper took the prize for the second match in a row, making seven saves to keep a second successive clean sheet in the Clarets' first victory at Old Trafford since 1962.

Jordan Henderson (LIV)

He produced a captain's performance in a hard-fought victory, scoring the opening goal and then supplying the assist for Roberto Firmino's late winner.

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