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Budweiser Kings of the Match: Matchweek 26

23 Feb 2022
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See which players have earned the backing of supporters, including Wolves' Daniel Podence

After the final whistles in Matchweek 26 of 2021/22, thousands of supporters have voted to crown their Budweiser Kings of the Match.

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

See who has come out on top so far, ahead of the midweek matches, and click on the results below to find out how the voting has gone.

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Joe Willock (NEW) 

He was a constant threat and scored his first goal of the season to equalise for Newcastle United.

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Bukayo Saka (ARS) 

His goal proved decisive as Arsenal narrowly beat Brentford at Emirates Stadium.

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Emmanuel Dennis (WAT) 

Dennis's powerful header, his ninth league goal of the campaign, earned Watford a vital victory in their battle for safety. 

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Wout Weghorst (BUR)

The towering striker scored his first Burnley goal with a superb strike before creating the second in an impressive showing.

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Thiago Silva (CHE)

It was another solid display from the Chelsea defender, who helped his side leave Selhurst Park with all three points and a clean sheet.

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Mohamed Salah (LIV)

The Egyptian scored his 17th Premier League goal of the season as Liverpool came from behind, earning him a huge 76 per cent of the vote.

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Kyle Walker-Peters (SOU)

The Southampton defender helped his side to a clean sheet in their win, which made it four matches unbeaten for Ralph Hasenhuttl's team.

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Harry Kane (TOT)

The striker scored twice, including a last gasp-winner, as Tottenham Hotspur won a five-goal thriller at the reigning champions. He took almost two-thirds of the vote.

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Jadon Sancho (MUN)

Sancho's impressive run of form continued, with his two assists helping Manchester United settle an epic encounter at Leeds United.

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Daniel Podence (WOL)

He netted his first goal of the season to secure victory and boost Wolverhampton Wanderers’ hopes of European qualification.

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Ben Mee (BUR)

The Burnley captain led by example, heading in the only goal to secure a second successive league win.

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Wilfried Zaha (CRY)

Two late goals capped an impressive display from the Eagles talisman as he helped his side return to winning ways.

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Mohamed Salah (LIV)

The Egyptian took the vote for yet another week after scoring twice and creating another as Liverpool put six past Leeds United.

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Alexandre Lacazette (ARS)

Earned just under half of the vote after the striker's movement and shot forced a stoppage-time winner against Wolves.

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