February 6, 2023

Tottenham had their trademark slow start on Monday, and were second-best for much of the first half before FPL premium Harry Kane (£11.6m) did what he does best and found a yard of space to curl in the only goal of the match.

Aleksandar Mitrovic (£7.1m) hit the turf late in the game, needing treatment after Eric Dier(£5.1m) raked his studs down the Serb’s ankle.

Mitrovic hobbled back onto the pitch and finished the match but he’ll now need further assessment, and it’s particularly concerning given that it’s the same ankle that gave him bother before the World Cup.

Meanwhile, Erling Haaland (£12.2m) was back on the scoresheet again against Wolverhampton Wanderers, after ending his mini-goal drought on Thursday against Tottenham.

The Norwegian hit an excellent hat-trick, his fourth of the season so far, despite being withdrawn on the hour mark and replaced by Julian Alvarez (£6.0m).

Overall, it’s 25 goals in the Premier League (two more than any player managed all of last season), with 72% of those efforts arriving in front of his own fans at the Etihad.

Another Gameweek, another goal for Marcus Rashford (£7.1m). The England international has now scored in every round since the World Cup and is bang in form ahead of Man Utd’s potential Double Gameweek 22.

The isoccer GW20 & GW21 Winners

With another 6-day long Gameweek bringing GW20 to an end, and Gameweek 21 running through it’s usual timeframe (weekend), we can officially close our January mini-league.

The winners for both gameweeks will be jointly announced, and afterwards, the new code for the February league will be revealed.

The Gameweek 20 winners are:

1.   King Mubarak (Panthers)

2.   Victor Olatunji (Hush FC)

3.   Andre Ozeghe (Andre United)

4.   Muhammed Lawal Salihu (Double D)

5.   Abubakar Oladipupo (Meetoladipupo)

Please Note: *Each player is entitled to only ONE team. All payments will be withheld from players using two teams and transferred to the next player on the rankings.

* Also, there will be no consecutive winners (winning in consecutive weeks/months) anymore, as this would defeat the “goal” of reaching out to more players.

Furthermore, the Gameweek 21 winners are:

1.   Chidera Eze (Blessing FC)

2.   Boaz Bohas (Boazbohas FC)

3.   Emmanuel Inah (Dumb head)

4.   Manasseh Kenneth (Manni Men)

5.   Felix Blessing (CHIMAMA FC)

Please send in your team names as comments below this post. Also, send in picture proof of your team and phone number to damilaresoccer@gmail.com.

Related Stories: FPL Gameweek 19: A Debut To Forget For Joao Felix, GW19 Winners

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