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Vote for November's Performance of the Month

Albion fans are encouraged to cast their vote for November’s Performance of the Month, in association with Porsche Mid Sussex Centre, before Friday morning’s deadline.

By Alex Stedman • 05 December 2019

By Paul Hazlewood
Leandro Trossard celebrates scoring against Norwich earlier this season

Maty Ryan, Leandro Trossard and Lewis Dunk make up the three-man shortlist for Albion’s fourth month of the campaign — let’s see exactly why they’ve been nominated…

Leandro Trossard vs Norwich City:

Having made a vital contribution from the bench against Everton seven days previously, the Belgian midfielder was at it again against the Canaries at the Amex. Trossard entered the field of play on the south coast with half an hour remaining, and broke the deadlock when he turned home Martin Montoya's cross at the near post on 68 minutes.

Shane Duffy would then add a second six minutes from time to seal a third home win in a row for Graham Potter's men.

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Norwich Montage

Lewis Dunk vs Liverpool:

A brace of first half headers from Virgil van Dijk saw Albion trail 2-0 at the break last Saturday at Anfield, but what followed in the second half will give Potter and his side plenty of encouragement for the rest of the season. The Seagulls took the game to the European champions after the break, and pulled a goal back on 79 minutes through Lewis Dunk.

The Albion skipper's quickly taken free-kick caught substitute keeper Adrian by surprise and set up a grandstand finish on Merseyside. Jurgen Klopp's men would hold on and stay top of the Premier League, but Potter's men took plenty of positives from the performance last weekend. 

Maty Ryan vs Liverpool:

The Aussie stopper made a string of fine saves on Saturday at Anfield, in the same way he did when the Seagulls faced Manchester United at Old Trafford earlier in the month and when Leicester City visited the Amex a fortnight later. 

A smart low stop to deny Roberto Firmino kept the scores level at 0-0 during the opening period, before Ryan foiled the Brazilian again two minutes later. Further saves from Sadio Mane and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain would follow as the keeper produced another impressive performance. 

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