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    Premier League Final Player Ratings: Owen Farrell is flawless and Max Malins is the best of his career

    Owen Farrell presented his outstanding opus at Twickenham. Photo: Getty Images/Clive Rose Saracens15. Alex Good

    The fact that he continues to perform at such a phenomenal level speaks volumes about his class. Stylish, as always, but also solid. 9

    14. Max Malins

    His best performance? Of course there. The variation he chose for his attempt was the peach, and it must not be forgotten that the penalty was essentially his. 9

    13. Alex Lozovsky

    Not as influential as we saw him, and struggled with Tuilaji's physicality. Having said that, there were, as always, few mistakes. 7

    12. Nick Tompkins

    The Saracens and Wales, for that matter, have become a better team thanks to his presence. Tuilagi got the better of him yesterday, but Tompkins is always an attacking target. 7

    11. Sean Maitland

    Enjoyed the exchange in the air until his first-half elimination signaled the arrival of Elliot Daly, who blew his chance with a foot touch before scoring the decisive goal. 7

    10. Owen Farrell (c)

    Just think, there are people who still don't appreciate it. Here, on the grandest stage of club games, he presented what could become his outstanding work. 10

    9. Ivan Van Zyl

    He lacks the sniping threat of some of his contemporaries, but his organization and goal-shooting skills were second to none. It seemed that he, too, was ripe for the match. 7

    1. Eroni Mawi

    The only surprising choice is due to Vunipola's injury. He is dynamite on the loose, and one penalty in the scrum was the only spot in his notebook. 7

    2. Jamie George

    Left early after delivering a monstrous blow to England teammate Tom Curry. Theo Dan, another England challenger, arrived and impressed with his agility and panache. 6

    3. Marco Riccioni

    In truth, he was difficult in a fight, but he is surprisingly agile for a tight-fisted man. On another day, he could make a couple of turns. 6

    4. Maro Itoye

    Performed better after two straits at the start of the game and made a couple of important late-game interventions – one tackle, one interception from the lineout – and still set the tone in the last match7< /. p>5. Hugh Tizard

    Land a powerful blow to the opposite Du Preez number. Nothing flashed, but did a lot of thankless work for the Saracens. She also showed cute hands. 7

    6. Nick Izikwe – 7

    Key rod. Defensively, but we're still waiting for him to really explode with the ball in his hands.7

    7. Ben Earl

    Openside is no doubt a threat, but he has been a little over the top at times. Won the Jackal's decisive penalty with a game by a thread. 8

    8. Jackson Ray

    Hardworking – and no one could give more for a cause. On his last jersey appearance, he served so well that his efforts were enough to make his club proud of him. 7

    Substitutions – 8

    Mako Vunipola was a late departure, but Dan and Daly brought liveliness from the bench and the flank scored a decisive try. Decreasing Taylor's charge also led to Daly's moment. 8

    Sales sharks15. Joe Carpenter

    He never made a mistake in flight, maintaining his form throughout the season. That a game-deciding mistake, a charged kick, fell to his lot was heartbreaking. 6

    14. Tom Roebuck

    Burst into life with a sensational leap forward to revive Sale after a period of lethargy. Otherwise, Sale barely used it. 7

    13. Rob du Prez

    The problem of protecting the Saracens' the second attempt, but answered typically decisively. Does Sale need Tuilagi's more multi-dimensional look? Probably. 6

    12. Manu Tuilagi

    Ramped to death and looked as energetic and dynamic as we've seen over the course of a season or so. All good things in Sale started at his feet. 9

    11. Arron Reed

    His possession threat is undeniable, but Sale never built enough quality possession to demonstrate it. Coughed up and meaningless penalty. 6

    10. George Ford

    It was billed as a showdown, but despite Ford's semi-final greatness, there was only one winner. Sale's playmaker was still respectable, but the day belonged to Farrell. 7

    9. Gus Warr

    Forged a comfortable partnership with Quirk, and his accuracy with the boot was vital to keeping Sale on the hunt. Like his colleague, he rarely threatened marginals. 6

    1. Simon McIntyre

    One of the best strikers in English football. The cornerstone of this pack and, aside from an early decision, the dominant strength of the fight in this match. 8

    2. Acker van der Merwe

    Rabbit Duracell struggled uncontrollably to regain his side. His try was just a reward, and it was his thunderous explosion that led to Roebuck scoring the goal. 8

    3. Nick Schonert

    Quiet in the park, but you can't fault his hardness. Won a penalty from Mavi before walking away with the game still in the balance. 6

    4. Jean-Luc du Preez did his best to give Sale a physical advantage, but was valiantly repulsed by the clinging Saracen wolf pack. 7

    5. Johnny Hill

    The speed is great, but the material effect doesn't quite match it. No one made more tackles than Hill, but he failed to establish any superiority. 6

    6. Tom Curry

    correctly hit the basket for his role in the game's first attempt, but would have struggled to do more to make up for it. Ruthless. 8

    7. Sam Dugdale

    Together with Hill, the flanker who filled the void left by Ben Curry made as many tackles as everyone else and didn't spare his heart. Alas, this was not enough. 7

    8. Jono Ross (c)

    The league's supreme leader in dominant tackles, and although he took his socks off his swan song, he couldn't stop the Saracens with his usual efficiency. 6


    Rodd couldn't match McIntyre's grappling power, but his menace in the park was something to watch – as was Ashman. O'Flaherty added vigor in vain. 8

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