Chronicle Live readers have given Newcastle United midfielder Sean Longstaff a near-perfect review after his two goals sent them through to their first domestic cup final since 1999.
The local Geordie boy netted twice in 16 first-half minutes to secure the Magpies' place in the Carabao Cup Final as they beat Southampton 3-1 over both legs of their semi-final.
Longstaff was handed the best average rating of any player for his performance, as he managed a 9.0 out of 10, a whole 1.1 higher than anyone else.
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Goalkeeper Nick Pope was also hailed for his big moments, which included a fantastic save with his legs to deny Adam Armstrong a late equaliser.
Fans were so overcome with the joyous Wembley feeling that striker Callum Wilson, who received the lowest rating of any Magpies player, was given a 5.7 out of 10, just below what is considered an 'average game' of a 6.0.
Other high placers were Joelinton and Kieran Trippier who both proved to be difference-makers in the lead up to both Newcastle goals as Eddie Howe's side confirmed their place in the final.
Full Newcastle United squad fan ratings:
Sean Longstaff - 9.0
Nick Pope - 7.9
Joelinton - 7.8
Kieran Trippier - 7.8
Fabian Schar - 7.6
Sven Botman - 7.6
Dan Burn - 7.4
Miguel Almiron - 7.1
Bruno Guimaraes - 6.9
Joe Willock - 6.8
Alexander Isak - 6.5
Allan Saint-Maximin - 6.2
Jamaal Lascelles - 6.0
Elliot Anderson - 5.9
Jacob Murphy - 5.7
Callum Wilson - 5.7
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