Managers in Fantasy Premier League suffered a disappointing end to Double Gameweek 26 as the most-popular captains and signings all failed to add to their weekend hauls.
The No 1 captain choice Bruno Fernandes (£11.6m) blanked for a second successive match against Crystal Palace on Wednesday.
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Salah was substituted after 61 minutes of the Reds' 1-0 home defeat, while Kane missed two big chances in a 1-0 win.
The Spurs forward's goal against Burnley on Sunday was the only attacking return that the three most-popular captains managed between them across a combined six appearances in Double Gameweek 26.
The lack of midweek goals was particularly frustrating for the managers who used their Triple Captain chip on Kane or Fernandes.
The 72,000+ who backed Son Heung-min (£9.5m) will no doubt be pleased with their decision. But, on Thursday, the Spurs midfielder could only add three more points to the 11-point haul he secured against Burnley.
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The 615,000+ managers who brought in Kane for his Double Gameweek might have hoped for more returns.
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Those who moved for Harvey Barnes (£6.9m) fared even worse.
The Leicester City midfielder was the top recruit ahead of the Gameweek deadline but was injured 51 minutes into his first match against Arsenal on Sunday, returning only one point and being ruled out of Leicester City's second Double Gameweek fixture at Burnley.
There was vindication, at least, for the host of FPL managers who sold Danny Ings (£8.4m) or Patrick Bamford (£6.8m), or both, after each forward blanked in their only outing of the Gameweek, against Everton and Aston Villa respectively.
Jack Grealish (£7.6m) also suffered heavy sales due to injury, and missed both of Aston Villa's Gameweek 26 matches.
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In total, more than 1.5million Fantasy managers played a chip in Double Gameweek 26.
Triple Captain and Bench Boost were the two most popular, their value enhanced by the extra fixtures.
Those who played the Triple Captain chip had two opportunities to gain a points haul, while Bench Boosters had the chance to benefit from an extra four matches if all their subs played twice.
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Part 2: GW26 Bonus points: Mount counts more gains
Part 3: FPL Saturday review: Double delight for City centre-backs
Part 4: FPL Sunday review: Bale back to his best?
Part 5: Who are the best replacements for Barnes in FPL?
Part 6: FPL Monday review: Richarlison extends goal run
Part 7: FPL Tuesday review: Jesus and Mahrez are Double differentials
Part 8: FPL Wednesday review: Fernandes foiled by Palace defence