Antoine Semenyo (Bournemouth)

Antoine Semenyo (Bournemouth)

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Semenyo was pivotal as AFC Bournemouth went unbeaten through four March matches. The Ghanaian winger scored in a 2-0 win at Burnley but his most influential performance came against Luton Town, scoring his team’s third and fourth goals in a 4-3 turnaround win from 3-0 down.

Son Heung-min (Spurs)
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Son’s five goal involvements were the joint-most in March. He found the net in a home win over Crystal Palace, scored a late winner against Luton, and got a goal and two assists as Spurs won 4-0 at top-four rivals Aston Villa.

Ben White (Arsenal)
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The right-back was important at both ends in March for Arsenal, who conceded only one goal in three matches, including a goalless draw at title rivals Man City, whom they limited to only one shot on target. White scored in a victory at Sheffield United before setting up a late winner at home to Brentford that sent Arsenal top for the first time since Boxing Day.

West Ham United captain Kurt Zouma joined members of the local community at a special Iftar event at the club’s Chadwell Heath training ground as part of Ramadan, the Islamic month of fasting.

“Iftar” is a community meal during the holy month when people of the Muslim faith, of other faith or of no faith are invited to come together at sunset to break their fast. It is the main meal of the day for those fasting.

Zouma, along with West Ham Women’s team vice-captain Hawa Cissoko and Academy player Rayan Oyebade, who are also of Muslim faith, attended the event, the third year the Hammers have hosted an Iftar meal.

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