This weekend’s round of Premier League action saw a number of newly transferred players make their debuts for their new sides. Whilst many of the deadline day signings will have to wait a week to feature for their new sides, here’s our assessment of the first outings of seven of the division’s movers.
William Kvist (40)
Whilst Fulham were, by all accounts, pretty poor in their 3-0 home defeat to Southampton, Kvist did provide one bright spark amid a bleak team performance. The midfielder, on loan from Stuttgart, scored the highest Squawka Performance Score of any Fulham player.
Kvist impressed in the holding midfield role for Fulham, before noticeably growing tired in the second half. He made six interceptions during the game, more than any other player on the pitch. The Denmark international also won two headed duels, made two tackles and four clearances.
He finished the game with a pass accuracy of 67%; a figure that would have been higher but for a number of failed attempts to spark an attack with a long ball forward.