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Budweiser Kings of the Match: Matchweek 37

20 May 2021
Budweiser Kings of the Match, Matchweek 37

See which players earned the backing of supporters, including Aston Villa's Ollie Watkins

Supporters voted in their thousands to crown their Budweiser Kings of the Match in Matchweek 37.

Shortly after the final whistles, fans across the world chose their top performers via the official Premier League website and app, and here's who came out on top.

MUN 1-1 FUL
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Bruno Fernandes (MUN)

The Manchester United playmaker created the opening goal and came close to scoring himself.

SOU 0-2 LEE
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Patrick Bamford (LEE) 

A constant threat throughout and scored the opening goal through the legs of Alex McCarthy

BHA 3-2 MCI
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Leandro Trossard (BHA) 

Trossard kick-started Brighton & Hove Albion's comeback win with a fine solo goal, earning 43.2 per cent of the vote. 

CHE 2-1 LEI
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Antonio Rudiger (CHE)

Rudiger's second-half goal and solid defensive display helped Chelsea to a vital victory over Leicester City in the battle for a top-four spot. 

EVE 1-0 WOL
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Richarlison (EVE)

The Everton forward headed in the decisive goal to boost his side's hopes of European qualification.

NEW 1-0 SHU
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Joe Willock (NEW)

Match-winner Willock became the youngest player to score in six consecutive Premier League matches.

TOT 1-2 AVL
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Ollie Watkins (AVL)

Watkins scored the winning goal to take his tally for the season to 14, earning nearly two-thirds of the fan vote. 

CRY 1-3 ARS
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Nicolas Pepe (ARS)

The Ivorian's brace kept Arsenal's European hopes alive. He claimed an overwhelming 77.4 per cent of the vote.

BUR 0-3 LIV
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Nathaniel Phillips (LIV)

A first PL goal earned the defender just over half of the fan vote as Liverpool moved into the top four.

WBA 1-3 WHU
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Jesse Lingard (WHU)

He provided a late assist to leave West Ham United needing one point on the final day to secure a UEFA Europa League place.

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