Date: 8th March 2018 at 8:52pm
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A look at your top three performers in the 4-1 home win against West Ham, according to your player ratings.

Despite opening the scoring after just 8 minutes with an excellent strike from 25 yards, and leading the man of the match poll with 44% (at the time of writing), Ki Sung Yueng misses out in the top 3 in 4th place with an average rating of 6.9 out of 10 after 29 ratings.

Your top performer was Andre Ayew – who was also in the team of the week – see here, as well as our man of the match choice target=’blank’>here, averaged a score of 8.3/10 after 26 ratings.

Andre Ayew looked like he had a point to prove against his former club and was involved in three of the four goals, winning the penalty that his brother Jordan scored to make it 4-0.

2. Mike van der Hoorn – 7.5/10

Splitting the Ayew brothers in the top 3 is defender Mike van der Hoorn, who continues to impress in the back three, rounding off another solid performance with a headed goal – making it 2-0 before the break as he headed home Ki’s corner.

3. Jordan Ayew – 7.3/10

Jordan Ayew had to be in the top three, he was his usual energetic self and led the line brilliantly with his constant pressing, leading by example – forcing the Hammers into mistakes at the back and kicking long and direct – helping his side to regain possession quickly.

He scored the penalty to make it 4-0, both his 2 shots in the game were on target, made 5 dribbles – far more than any other player, made 4 tackles (twice as many as van der Hoorn, while Mawson and Fernandez didn’t make any) and had 84% passing accuracy.

His touch map below shows how busy he was all over the pitch during the game:

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