Ice-Cole Palmer leads UltimateFan Point Scorers from midweek Premier League action


Following the midweek Premier League action, we take a look at the top UltimateFan Point scorers, with Bournemouth, Burnley, Wolves, Liverpool, Newcastle, Nottingham Forest, Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea all featuring. 


10. Justin Kluivert (Bournemouth) - 11 UltimateFan points 


Justin Kluivert was Bournemouth's match winner on Tuesday night as he came off the bench to score the decisive goal in the 79th minute. Kluivert struck with one of two shots as the Cherries extended their unbeaten streak, with the Dutchman landing 11 UltimateFan points in the process. 


9. Jacob Bruun Larsen (Burnley) - 11 UltimateFan points 


Burnley were held to a 1-1 draw by Wolves on Tuesday night with Jacob Bruun Larsen on hand to bag his fourth league goal of the season in the stalemate. The Dane also made two interceptions, one tackle, one key pass and one successful dribble as he, too, earned 11 UltimateFan points. 


Ice-Cole Palmer leads UltimateFan Point Scorers from midweek Premier League action


8. Rayan Ait-Nouri (Wolves) - 12 UltimateFan Points 


Remaining at Turf Moor, Rayan Ait-Nouri netted his second league goal of the season at Burnley on Tuesday having only opened his account for the campaign two matches ago against Fulham. The 22-year-old Algerian also made two tackles, one key pass and five successful dribbles to take home 12 UltimateFan points. 


7. Alexis Mac Allister (Liverpool) - 12 UltimateFan Points 


Argentina international Alexis Mac Allister was directly involved in a Liverpool goal for the sixth successive match after his wonder strike against Sheffield United helped the Reds to a 3-1 victory. Mac Allister also made four tackles, two interceptions and two key passes in yet another impressive midfield display to help himself to 12 UltimateFan points.  


6. Alexander Isak (Newcastle) - 12 UltimateFan Points 


Featuring in sixth from the midweek games, Alexander Isak bagged his 15th league goal of the season in Newcastle's 1-1 draw with Everton. The Sweden international fired off four shots on goal, completed three dribbles and made two key passes on his way to landing 12 UltimateFan points. 


5. Morgan Gibbs-White (Nottingham Forest) - 13 UltimateFan Points 


Nottingham Forest star Morgan Gibbs-White was directly involved in a goal for the third game running as he scored and assisted in a 3-1 win over Fulham. Those came from respective returns of three shots and four key passes to help the 24-year-old to 13 UltimateFan points. 


4. Rodri (Manchester City) - 16 UltimateFan Points 


Manchester City midfield machine Rodri features in fourth having opened the scoring for the champions in their 4-1 win over Aston Villa on Wednesday. With that goal, the Spain international has equalled his best scoring season, while he also provided the assist for City’s third of the evening to take his tally of goal involvements to 13 this term and land 16 UltimateFan points. 


Ice-Cole Palmer leads UltimateFan Point Scorers from midweek Premier League action


3. Alejandro Garnacho (Manchester United) - 16 UltimateFan Points 


Alejandro Garnacho was unfortunate to end up on the losing side in Manchester United's 4-3 defeat at Chelsea on Thursday night. The Argentine netted twice in the eventual loss, getting the better of Djordje Petrovic with two of four shots. One interception and one key pass saw the winger land 16 UltimateFan points.  


2. Phil Foden (Manchester City) - 26 UltimateFan Points 


Phil Foden bagged a sensational hat-trick against Aston Villa on Wednesday, his second in the Premier League this season. Foden restored City’s first-half lead with a well-taken free-kick in the first minute of added time, before netting spectacularly in the 62nd and 69th minute to complete his treble. The England international also made three key passes and three successful dribbles on his way to 26 UltimateFan points. 


1. Cole Palmer (Chelsea) - 29 UltimateFan Points


Chelsea hero Cole Palmer claims top spot in the UltimateFan point scorers as he dramatically inspired the Blues to a late comeback against Manchester United on Thursday. The 21-year-old, who netted a penalty in the first half to put the hosts 2-0 up, found himself standing over another spot-kick in the ninth minute of second-half stoppage time, with the visitors ahead. Palmer duly converted, before finding the net again a minute later to seal all three points in thrilling fashion.

Ice-Cole Palmer leads UltimateFan Point Scorers from midweek Premier League action