Defender Emerson Royal, who was pointed out as the ‘culprit’ of Tottenham’s sluggish performance, vomited his spirit to be named the ‘Candidate of the Month’ for February in the English Premier League.
The Premier League Secretariat officially announced on the 2nd that it had revealed six candidates for February’s ‘Player of the Month’. While Manchester United’s rising trend dominated the Premier League last month, the inclusion of Emerson, who was on the verge of being released from Tottenham, draws attention.스포츠토토
Emerson started in three of Tottenham’s four matches last month and scored a goal against West Ham on the 20th of last month, contributing to the team’s 2-0 win. The Premier League Secretariat announced that 3 out of 4 games were scoreless for Tottenham, as if knowing that he tied up opponent technician Kevin De Bruyne in the match against Manchester City on the 6th.
Emerson was initially likely to be pushed to the bench in the second half of the Premier League.
This is because Tottenham paid 70 billion won to bring in Pedro Poro, a Spanish right-back from Portugal’s prestigious Sporting.
However, while the prisoner was raising his body to adapt to Tottenham, he made a big success and solidified his position as the main player. From Tottenham’s point of view, they faced an ironic situation in which they vaguely used prisoners brought in for a large sum.
However, it seems unlikely that Emerson will win the ‘Player of the Month’ in February.
This is because Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford, who scored five goals in four games, is a strong candidate for the award.
In addition to Rashford, Kelechi Iheanacho recorded 2 goals and 3 assists in 4 games, goalkeeper Bernd Leno, who was the driving force behind Fulham’s entry into the upper mid-table, Aston Villa’s Olly Watkins, who scored 4 goals in 4 games, and Fulham Manor Solomon, who scored 3 goals in 4 games. were also nominated.