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Budweiser Kings of the Match: Matchweek 11

8 Nov 2021
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See which players earned the backing of supporters including Brighton's Leandro Trossard

After the final whistles in Matchweek 11 of 2021/22, thousands of supporters voted to crown their Budweiser Kings of the Match.

Fans across the world chose their top performers via the official Premier League website and app.

See who came out on top in the weekend's matches, and click on the results below to find out how the voting went.

SOU 1-0 AVL
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Tino Livramento (SOU)

The Southampton defender helped his side to a clean sheet in their win over Aston Villa which stretched Saints' unbeaten run to four matches.

MUN 0-2 MCI
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Joao Cancelo (MCI)

It was a productive day for the Manchester City defender, who was involved in both goals in a 2-0 win at Old Trafford. He was rewarded with 59.3 per cent of the vote.

BRE 1-2 NOR
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Mathias Normann (NOR)

Norwich City's Norway international scored his first Premier League goal with the opener in their first victory of the season. 

CHE 1-1 BUR
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Reece James (CHE)

Another assist for the defender, who crossed for Kai Havertz's header as Chelsea and Burnley shared the spoils. 

CRY 2-0 WOL
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Conor Gallagher (CRY)

The Crystal Palace midfielder scored his side's second goal at Selhurst Park as the Eagles extended their unbeaten run to six matches.

BHA 1-1 NEW
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Leandro Trossard (BHA)

The 26-year-old followed up his equaliser at Liverpool the previous week by winning a penalty and then converting the spot-kick for his third goal of the season. 

ARS 1-0 WAT
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Emile Smith Rowe (ARS)

Scored his third goal in as many matches to finish the overwhelming winner with just under three-quarters of the total vote.

EVE 0-0 TOT
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Cristian Romero (TOT)

Playing in a revamped three-man defence, the Argentinian helped Tottenham Hotspur to a first clean sheet in eight league matches.

LEE 1-1 LEI
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Raphinha (LEE)

Netted with a free-kick and proved a constant threat to earn 59.1 per cent of the vote.

WHU 3-2 LIV
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Trent Alexander-Arnold (LIV)

A goal and an assist for the Liverpool right-back helped him to more than double the number of votes received by second-placed Pablo Fornals.

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