Guaita made several remarkable saves as Palace secured a deserved point on Sunday through Jeffrey Schlupp’s late equaliser.
After Palace’s front three stole the limelight in the 5-1 victory at West Bromwich Albion, Guaita was determined not to be outshone against Spurs. His performance earned him an overwhelming 93.1% of your votes, finishing well ahead of Eberechi Eze in second (2.6%) and Jeffrey Schlupp in third (1.4%).
Correct!— Gary Cahill (@GaryJCahill) December 13, 2020
Gary Cahill agreed that Guaita clearly deserved to be your eToro Man of the Match, and you can see why by watching all the highlights of here or on PalaceTV within the official app!