Some Birmingham City fans have taken to social media to share their praise for Gary Gardner’s impressive performance versus Brentford this past weekend.
Gardner impressed Blues fans with an impressive all-around midfield performance at the weekend. According to Whoscored.com, the central midfielder made a total of six interceptions in Saturday’s game, in addition to five successful dribbles, one key pass and one assist.
His performance was good enough to earn him an impressive overall Whoscored.com match rating of 8.6 for Saturday’s game, in which they named him Man of the Match. Furthermore, Gardner made it into Whoscored’s Championship Team of the Week for his impressive midfield performance versus Brentford at the weekend.
Birmingham City’s official Twitter account took note of their player’s inclusion in the Team of the Week. The club account declared that Gardner “ran the midfield on Saturday”. Some Blues fans have also been active on social media in sharing their appreciation for the 27-year-old’s performance at the weekend.
Read some of the messages of praise from some Birmingham City fans for Gardner’s man-of-the-match performance versus Brentford in the tweets below.
ANOTHER big display from this guy.
— Birmingham City FC (@BCFC) February 16, 2020
I’m not this biggest fan but the last few games he’s been brilliant
— Malcolm Hayden (@justbeinghayden) February 16, 2020
Solid performance ???
— jacob ellis (@jacob__ellis272) February 16, 2020
He was electric yesterday. Man of the match by a mile. Camp is fire too recently
— BCFCMike Prince ? (@Princey2k11) February 16, 2020
— L20KRO (@L20Kro) February 17, 2020
The guy has been brilliant last few games. Different class. Keep it up Gaz ??
— Sean_The_Blue?????????? #TTAOut (@SeanDaBlue) February 17, 2020
GARDS deserves it he has been immense the last few games for blues long may it continue #BCFC ??
— Alan Elwell (@elwell_alan) February 17, 2020
What do we think?
Gardner delivered a praise-worthy performance at the weekend versus a strong Brentford side. The midfielder’s impressive stats from Saturday’s game indicate that the 27-year-old played a significant role in his side securing a 1-1 draw versus a team currently sitting 10 places above them in the Championship table.
The Blues currently sit nine points away from the Championship play-offs. However, they are currently undefeated in seven straight Championship games. Should Gardner produce more performances in the ilk of Saturday’s, he could potentially still help his side to push for a place in the play-offs as the season comes to its climax.