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Rate the U: Fontana nearly perfect

Anthony’s two goals off the bench earned him nearly a perfect score in our Community Player Ratings

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Only one person in our Community Player Ratings poll from the Philadelphia Union win over New England thought Anthony Fontana deserved less than a five.

Fontana unsurprisingly received the highest rating in the poll after leading the Union to a 2-1 win with a brace off the bench that included a stunning late game-winner deep into stoppage time.

The pride of Newark, Del. finished with a 4.98 average rating. It’s the highest average rating in our poll for a player in 2020. Kacper Przybylko received a 4.92 average rating after the D.C. United win a few weeks ago.

Andrew Wooten, who Fontana replaced in the 64th minute, finished with the lowest average rating at 2.63 and only Jakob Glesnes (4.02) joined Fontana with an average rating of four or higher.

Fontana is the eighth different player to receive the top spot in the poll in 14 games in all competitions.

2020 Player Ratings: New England, September 12

Player Total Average
Player Total Average
Anthony Fontana 229 4.98
Jakob Glesnes 185 4.02
Jim Curtin 181 3.93
Brenden Aaronson 178 3.87
Alejandro Bedoya 177 3.85
Mark McKenzie 174 3.78
Andre Blake 172 3.74
Jose Martinez 165 3.59
Ray Gaddis 158 3.43
Matt Real 149 3.24
Jamiro Monteiro 148 3.22
Olivier Mbaizo 144 3.13
Kacper Przybylko 141 3.07
Jack de Vries 136 2.96
Andrew Wooten 121 2.63