Wilfried Zaha was at the double in Crystal Palace’s emphatic 4-1 win away at Leicester City but somehow the Ivory Coast international didn’t come away with the Man of the Match trophy.
That’s because John Hartson, on co-commentary for the game, elected to pick Palace defender James Tomkins as the recipient of the award.
That led to a rather awkward end to a post-match interview involving Zaha and Michy Batshuayi, where the former Manchester United winger was told by Des Kelly that he’d been overlooked.
“Oh wow! Ok then, well I’m shocked. I’ll hand it over!” Zaha cheerfully quipped as he was given the award to pass on, though you could sense he was a bit bemused.
Zaha, quite possibly the best player in the Premier League outside of the top six, now has seven league goals this campaign.