He played nominally as RMF against Man City at Emirates, but he behave much more like an extra RB to provide defensive aid for Smith when dealing with either Silva or Sané. But he also had a chance to score early in the game, but he was stopped by Éderson in that one-on-one situation.
In that sense, Hadergjonaj's match was neat, very active at both attacking and defensive phases despite not excelling so much at any of them by himself. He displayed massive workrrate as usual, but with a much more tactically developed performance.
He's a prime example of a team player for mid-lower tables sides in top class European leagues. He's nothing special at all in terms of technical or speed skills, yet he still has a great tactical sense of someone of his age.
That said, I see him with very high 80s on Stamina, as well as high 70s on TW, if not yellow material. He's like a soldier ant at Huddersfield, quite commited to tactics. A very good loan addition for The Terriers this season, even if they have odds of facing relegation.
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