Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Harry Winks, Riyad Mahrez and Nathan Ake … how unexpected names are at the top of the statistics for the Premier League season so far
- After four action rounds in the Premier League, it is worth to look at the statistics
- There are already some surprising leaders in a few different categories
- Aaron Wan-Bissaka has made 26 tackles that are more than any other player
- Harry Winks leads when it comes to passes completed with 36 more than anyone else
With four rounds of Premier League action already in the books and the international break that takes fourteen days, Sportsmail looks at the statistics to find out which players have seemed the clearest so far – at least according to the numbers. There are a handful of surprising leaders in some important statistics …
It should be considered a surprise that one of the top six keepers has made the most saves so far.
Tottenham needed Hugo Lloris at his best and he kept the ball out 19 times this season, twice more than Nick Pope in second place.
Davinson Sanchez was placed out of position in the North London derby, Kyle Walker-Peters suffers from an injury and Serge Aurier angled for an exit, so the Spurs rearguard is definitely destabilized.
Perhaps the midfield with a new look also finds its feet with Tanguy Ndombele who shifts the balance. Whatever the answer, Mauricio Pochettino & # 39; s side is leaking opportunities and Lloris will have to give more of an armchair ride in the coming weeks.
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|Aaron Ramsdale||12||Lukasz Fabianski||12|
|David de Gea||]||10|
The English youth is at the forefront when it comes to completed tackles that tell you something about his defensive abilities, but probably also how United has played.
He made a total of 26 tackles, six more than Leicester right back Ricardo Pereira in second place.
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In another defensive measurement, Michael Keane tops the list in terms of won air duels.
Everton's center back has defeated an opponent 23 times to win headers, with Willy Boly or Wolves only one behind.
Boly is also ninth in the tackles category, so the 28-year old has started his second season at Molineux well.
Nathan Ake has made more interceptions than any other defender (14), one more than Newcastle striking Fabian Schar.
|PL Defenders 2019-20||Aerials Won|
|Jack O & # 39; Connell||21|
|Virgil van Dijk||20|
Tottenham may have made a stuttering start to the season, but Harry Winks has had an excellent start form and is in control for Mauricio Pochettino.
He has made 287 successful passes, that is 36 more than his closest competitor Pogba. Somewhat surprisingly, Moritz Leitner is in third place in Norwich.
Frank Lampard's offensive football has had varying results so far, but it seems to be suitable for Mateo Kovacic.
The Croatian midfielder has completed more dribbles than anyone in the league (13) other than Lanzini.
|PL Midfielders 2019-20||Passes Successful||Passes Successful|
|Granit Xhaka||Tom Trybull||201|
|Mateo Kovacic||13||Manuel Lanzini||13|
At the attacking end of the field, Riyad Mahrez got the most out of his limited playing time. or Manchester City.
The Algerian winger may have only started half of the matches, but he has created 10 chances, the same number as Sadio Mane and both wingers are ahead.
Mo Salah and Callum Wilson of Bournemouth are held together in second place at nine.
Kevin De Bruyne has created 16 in midfield, two more than Manuel Lanzini and five more than Paul Pogba in third place.
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Jose Mourinho fears that Tottenham will aggravate an injury crisis because he insists that Harry Winks & # 39; weeks not months & # 39; will be out after limping during Norwich win
- Tottenham feared the worst when Harry Winks went down in the 2-1 win against Norwich
- The playmaker remained behind his leg after a Todd Cantwell challenge
- ] Jose Mourinho reassured fans that Winks would not be a long-term absence
- Spurs saw Manchester United in fifth place on 34 points
The midfielder of England stumbled in the second half at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium after a challenge by Todd Cantwell, who had already survived a VAR check for violent behavior.
Spurs won 1-0 at the time, via Dele Alli & # 39; s opener, and then needed the late Son Heung-min header – after Teemu Pukki had pulled the level of the Canary Islands – to achieve a first 2020 victory Premier League .
The problem is added to a long list of injuries that already include Harry Kane, Moussa Sissoko and Ben Davies and left Mourinho for fear of the worst.
Mourinho did not dare ask his medical staff how bad it was before he came to his press conference after the game.
But when he offered the stadium a positive update, saying: & # 39; It's not a crazy one – hopefully weeks and not months. & # 39;
He had previously said in his press conference: & I'd rather not know before I come here so I come with a normal face.
& # 39; I don't want to come in here with a very upset face, so I'm even afraid to ask, but if I leave here I have to ask. & # 39;
Although Winks is the last victim of an injury, at least Spurs welcomed another one because skipper Hugo Lloris got a surprising start.
Mourinho only said last Friday that he would be out until the beginning of February, but he replaced Paulo Gazzaniga with the sticks.
Mourinho had mixed emotions after he dropped Gazzaniga on a clean slate and saved a penalty in Watford on Saturday.
& # 39; It is fortunate to see one of the best keepers in the world again & # 39 ;, he said.
& # 39; It is a very good feeling for us, but at the same time it is one of these decisions that we sometimes have to make, but it hurts. Leaving Paulo hurts.
& # 39; The good thing is that he is such a good member of the family and he is so & special friend of Hugo that I think that he also shared our happiness to have Hugo back as a friend.
& # 39; For me, he has thought a lot and I had to try to be cold to make a decision without emotions, because omitting Paulo is not easy. & # 39;
This was not good for Spurs, who, although they closed the gap in fourth place Chelsea to six points, they looked far from being able to qualify for the champion s League.
After leading a promising performance in the first half through the 38-minute input from Alli, Norwich was on the rise after Pukki's penalty.
But Son scored against the run of play to give Spurs a first victory since Boxing Day.
& # 39; You win two or three games in a row, so these three points are very important to us, & # 39; Mourinho added.
& I think when we play very well, we have or we should score more goals and kill matches, because if the opponent is in control, they create problems for us. You risk losing matches.
& # 39; But it was fantastic what happened after the 1-1, what for us on a difficult moment happens, where I look at the couch and I have no attacking players to change the game, the team is a bit tired. "
It allowed Daniel Farke to accept that his side needed a miracle to stay on because they are six points out of safety.
The German said: & # 39; We all believe that we would have raised the white flag. If anyone can help me work on this miracle, then I agree with the boys.
& # 39; Miracles can't just happen, you have to make them, you have to work with it and our boys have shown that they are willing to work
We are all disappointed, but I can't ask the boys for more, they left their hearts on the field, was a great achievement. & # 39;
& # 39; I would not be who I am today if it were not for him & # 39 ;: Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks says & # 39; thank everything & # 39; to Mauricio Pochettino while the spurs under fire boss exit towards exit
Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks has paid tribute to under pressure manager Mauricio Pochettino and said that he owes & # 39; everything & # 39; to the Argentinian while the time is ticking for his reign at Spurs.
Spurs were expected to Liverpool and [19459027uittedagen] Manchester City for the title this season after reaching the Champions League late this summer but in instead, the club has deteriorated – struggling in the center table and only six points above the relegation zone.
The team has only won three league games amid rumors that Pochettino is looking for a way out, and Sportsmail reports that there is a feeling at the club that it's a matter of when, not departure.
But while the future of the former Southampton manager remains blurry, 23-year-old Winks has taken the time to thank him for coming to the first team in 2016 and said that his boss had helped him develop as a player.
& # 39; I have said it often and I will always say it, I have everything to thank the giver & # 39 ;, Winks said in an interview with TalkSport.
"He gave me the chance and I wouldn't be who I am today if it wasn't for him.
" Of course I had to work hard to get here, but that getting a chance in the first place is always difficult and I am forever grateful to the manager for giving me that opportunity. & # 39;
Spurs this weekend to London Stadium in a West Ham cr, with reports that Pochettino can be adjusted if the Lilywhites don't win.
But Winks, who scored on his full Spurs debut against the Hammers, insists that the team doesn't feel busy and enjoy coming back together after the international break to regroup and play their game for Pochettino on to feed.
He added: & # 39; The manager is always happy that everyone is back, because we can train together again as a team.
& # 39; If everyone leaves for their country individually, it is hard to put in the same amount of training and work on the tactical issues that we have to work on, so it will be good for the manager to get everyone back and build up to the West Ham game.
& # 39; Now that I'm back in Tottenham, I want to get back on the field with the boys, and get ready for the Premier League. & # 39;
The team may perform worse in the Premier League, but on the European stage they have their performance together after a home match of 7-2 from Bayern Munich and now look on course to qualify for the knockouts.
The Spurs are entering a busy winter period, Winks has called on his teammates to kneel down and get some consistency to work their way up.
& # 39; We have many games coming in the short time, as well as the Champions League where we have a great opportunity to get through.
& # 39; So it's going to be a tough period with so many games in the coming months, but it's an exciting time.
& # 39; It is time for us to really start now and make some profits and climb the table. & # 39;
There is speculation as to who could replace Pochettino when he leaves, such as that of Leipzig boss Julian Nagelsmann, Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe and Carlo Ancelotti of Napoli all strongly connected.
Pochettino has three more years to run his £ 8.5 million contract at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, which means he is entitled to a substantial departure package if Daniel Levy chooses to take part.
The man greeted the decision to play Harry Winks, then a free-scoring winger, in the middle being touched that the Spurs man still remembers – comparing him to ZIDANE
- Harry Winks now claims that it is & # 39; probably the best advice I have received & # 39;
- The idea was & he would be more involved and use his skills much more & # 39;
- Russell Small was the coach of the Tottenham Academy who advised Harry Winks
Russell Small was the coach at Tottenham & # 39; s academy that told a young Harry Winks, then a free-scoring right winger, whom he should play in central midfield. Winks now claims that this is probably the best advice I have received. Small is now helping young talent to feed at Hastings United while working as a taxi driver. Here he talks Sportsmail through that Winks decision …
It was a long time ago. I'm 65, I'm still coaching, but I still have those memories. We go back to 2004-05, Harry was nine or ten and we met the players and their parents. We would give them a report and what I wrote about him came out more or less.
When he was a small winger, he scored many goals, but my idea of playing him in the middle was that he would be more involved and use all his skills much more.
It made my day good to hear him say that this is the best advice he has received. If it stayed in his mind for so long, it was clearly a good decision on my part!
He took it in his stride. It was already there, that natural ability to read the game and to be technically good enough to do what we wanted.
Mauricio Pochettino has him & # 39; Little Iniesta & # 39; called. would compare him to that, would Zinedine be Zidane. As he could see a pass, short or long, he could go past a player and score goals.
He was of medium height, but very light. He was physically enough and agile enough to use his skills and keep stronger players away. I can't remember he had a bad game, he was so consistent at that age.
Achieving his first goal in England was absolutely brilliant – a great feeling and something great for him and his family.
I thought about contacting him. My own grandson is 14 and a good player. I would love it if he saw Harry and pinged a few balls with him. We had a strong group that year, including defender Connor Ogilvie, who is in Gillingham. He also played as a winger!
But if you chose someone to get it, you would choose Harry. He is a special talent. I think Gareth Southgate acknowledges that he has the potential to get better. I felt he could go to the top. He just fulfills what I thought he had.
Kosovo 0-4 England – PLAYER REVIEWS: Harry Winks scores first senior England goal in impressive display, but Declan Rice struggles to prevent hosts from ripping through midfield
England ended their Euro 2020 qualification campaign with a 4-0 victory over Kosovo in Pristina.
Harry Winks scored his first goal for England in the first half before captain Harry Kane and Marcus Rashford Ceased late in the second half to seal the points and Mason Mount also scored his first senior international goal in injury time.
Sami Mokbel from Sportsmail was in Pristina to monitor the action and give his player ratings.
ENGLAND – 4-2-3-1
Nick Pope – There was a nervous moment but the goalkeeper came out intact on the greatest night of his career so far. 6.5
Trent Alexander-Arnold – Had to defend more than he probably expected but kept to his task with discipline. 6.5
Harry Maguire – Minimal fuss of the central defender. Organized England & # 39; s four back with confidence. 7
Tyrone Mings – Sometimes looked uncomfortable with his ball – but defended vigorously. 6.5
Ben Chilwell – Not a hat trick of this time, but the Leicester defender showed that he can smell it if needed. 7 .5
Declan Rice – the insurance policy of England, but Kosovo too often to the liking of Southgate. 6.5
Harry Winks – His fourth consecutive international start and another largely accomplished display capped with his first goal in England. 8
Raheem Sterling – Back in the team after his controversial internal suspension and scored two of England's three goals. 7
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – Deployed in a role and showed his creative quality by helping Winks & opener. 7
Callum Hudson-Odoi – caused some dangerous moments from the left, but still made his way to international football. 6.5
Harry Kane – A very frustrating night for the English captain, but still plundered the 32nd goal for his country and grabbed an assist. 7
Subs: Rashford 7 (Hudson-Odoi 59); Mount (Oxlade-Chamberlain 73); Tomori (Alexander-Arnold 84)
Subs not used : Pickford, Dean Henderson, Trippier, Rose, Stones, Maddison, Sancho, Wilson, Abraham. ] Gareth Southgate : ends one of the most tumultuous weeks of his reign with two victories. The English boss always finds the right answers. 7
Kosovo (4-3-3): Muric 6; Vojvoda 7, Rrahmani 6.5, Aliti 6, Kololil 7; Celina 6.5, Dresevic 6.5, Berisha 6.5 (Halimi 65, 6); Hadergjonaj 6 (Zhegrova 73), Nuhiu 6.5 (Rashani 82), Rashica 6.5. Subs: Ujkani, Bekaj, Voca, Shala, Rashkaj ,, Muslija, Hasani, Paqarada, Xhemajli.
Referee : Pawel Gil: A relative pain – 90 minutes free without real drama & # 39; s for Polish officials. 6.5
& # 39; He connects defense well to attack & # 39 ;: Gareth Southgate praises Harry Winks while midfielder wants to settle to England
- Gareth Southgate praised Harry Winks for his action against Montenegro
- Winks was excellent in England's 7-0 victory and looking for a normal
- Southgate gives admits that Winks faces a challenge to return to the side of Tottenham, November 15, 2019 |
Gareth Southgate has accumulated praise for Harry Winks after the display of the midfielder against Montenegro, who further strengthened his position in the starting XI of England.
After his impressive display in the 6-0 win over Bulgaria last month, Tottenham midfielder Winks again produced an excellent performance in the role of England's only pivot on the 7-0 demolition from Montenegro from Thursday.
And the growing impression of Winks on England's plans has not gone unnoticed by Southgate, who has dropped a heavy hint that the midfielder has played his way to become an important starter.Gareth Southgate praised Harry Winks after his screen for England against Montenegro
& # 39; He is in that category of a very good football player who can connect defense well with attack, & # 39; Soutgate explained.
& # 39; There will clearly be heavier tests in terms of counterattacks on us and must fill defensive spaces.Southgate said that Winks consistently played well for England despite club-level difficulties
He comes from the Tottenham team. So that is also an interesting challenge, but I could not be happier with what he did in Bulgaria and again tonight.
& # 39; In fact, performances for us in Spain and Lithuania are from the very first ball, he has always played consistently well. & # 39;
Harry Winks wanted to conquer the midfield of England after the Sofia masterclass
Harry Winks is about to master the role of English midfield
Manager Gareth Southgate and his coaching staff believe that the calm display of Winks was one of the keys to their excellent 6-0 win.Harry Winks is about to make the role at the base of England midfield his own
Winks' teammates also felt that England would benefit from having someone with their technical ability for the back four to sit.
With Jordan Henderson suspended for qualifying against Montenegro, Winks seems likely to retain his place for Wembley, where another good performance could strengthen his place in the starting XI going to the European Championship.
England can take the & # 39; Paul Scholes error & # 39; not dealing with Harry Winks: Playmaker must be built around and not used to close holes as the legend of Manchester United was
- England in danger of overseeing Harry Winks as with Paul Scholes
- Scholes spent most of his career in England closing holes in midfield
- Only at retirement does Scholes & # 39; skills are now fully appreciated
- Winks have shown flashes of Scholes in this game, but must earn the comparison
The undervaluation of Paul Scholes remains one of the most bewildering riddles in english football.
An extremely gifted footballer who had everything – but was dragged by the English team like a rag doll to accommodate others. He is now appreciated, he is of course retired.
You don't know what you have until it's gone, and stuff. We may never see people like Scholes again – a player with radar-like pass accuracy and a determined tendency to boot.The undervaluation of Paul Scholes remains one of the most baffling in football
Yet it seems like we are falling into the same trap with Harry Winks. Modest and quiet, the Tottenham midfielder is comparable to Scholes in terms of his personal attitude.
They are also not so uneven on the field. Winks – as he showed against Bulgaria on Monday evening – can dictate a football match like Scholes could. The variation in his death also shows similarities with Scholes.
Of course, Winks may still be a long way to go before it can be authentically compared to the legend of Manchester United. But at the age of 23 he has time by his side.Harry Winks has a long way to be seen in the same light as Scholes, but has parallels
His ability to control the time of his team at club and international level is certainly good. Unfortunately, the series of English managers did not see the value of building their team around Scholes.
He was often moved across the field in the hope of solving the riddle of Steven Gerrard / Frank Lampard, while the team really should have been built around Scholes.
While Zinedine Zidane, Xavi and Thierry Henry wondered at Scholes from afar, English football did not know how to use it. Let's hope we don't say the same thing about Winks 15 years later.
His controlled execution as Sofia, amid all the pathogenic racial hatred that was going on around him, showed maturity beyond his years when he offered technical solidarity to the midfield of England that seemed to be missing in the victory of England. last month on Kosovo and last Friday's defeat against the Czech Republic.
His action against Bulgaria should at least keep him in the English team for next month's collision with Montenegro, especially with Jordan Henderson suspended.
Gareth Southgate certainly appreciates the calm that Winks brings to his team, his decision to bring the Spurs star back to his midfield against the Bulgarians who demonstrated fertile dividends while England attracted 6-0 victors.Scholes was honored at Man United, but was never used in the same way for the Three Lions
Similarly, his international teammates found Winks & reintroduction in the starting XI and their convincing victory and achievements were no coincidence.
In Winks we have a gem; the type of player praised on the continent but often undervalued here due to a perceived lack of physicality, although his defensive consciousness and reading of the game must also be noted.
The most recent assignment for English football is to sharpen players who rely on their technical skills rather than their physical characteristics – just like the great Spanish team that had the diminutive pair of Xavi and Anders Iniesta that the team orchestrated from midfield.
Or like Scholes did so many years for Sir Alex Ferguson. In Winks, English football has a player who can play that role.
Let's not underestimate him like we did with Scholes.
But you would expect them to be forgiven if they could beat their biggest rivals this weekend.
Although it is unlikely that they can take on a serious challenge for the league title this season, they both have some real talent in their squadron.
But who would end up in a combined XI of both teams? Sportsmail took a look at Sunday & # 39; s north London derby and chose the team below …Unai Emery & # 39; s (left) Arsenal opposite Mauricio Pochettino & # 39; s (right) Tottenham on Sunday
GK: Hugo Lloris (Tottenham)
It would be difficult not to enter Hugo Lloris to join this team. Apart from the strange mistake, the keeper of Tottenham has come over the years to a safe pair of hands.
He remains an integral part of Tottenham's side and is up there with the best shot-stoppers in the competition. Bernd Leno has improved enormously and looks more confident, but does not quite understand it here.Bernd Leno has improved but Hugo Lloris (photo) is better off the two goalkeepers
RB Ainsley Maitland-Niles (Arsenal)
Without Hector Bellerin & A39, Mainsland-Niles would probably not cut. That does not mean that he has not done a very good job without the Spaniard.
For a player who is not naturally defensive, Maitland-Niles has adapted well to the position and is fairly consistent. performer. Kyle Walker-Peters sometimes looks a bit too raw and has already had one or two panic moments. Plus, everyone likes a curveball, right?Ainsley Maitland-Niles (left) has consistently executed right back and performs consistent
CB Toby Alderweireld (Tottenham)
Certainly the most reliable defender of Tottenham in recent years. The future of Belgium's central defender may have been questioned, but there is no doubt that Tottenham is a better side in his defense.
Davinson Sanchez is a rising star and has all the attributes to excel, but sometimes Alderweireld has worn it and deserves its place on this side.Toby Alderwiereld is possibly the best squadrons defender and deserves his place
CB Sokratis (Arsenal)
Sokratis had a fairly average first campaign in England, but the season started well. His experience has recently come through and he is a key figure in the dressing room of Arsenal.
He is just passing by Sanchez, while David Luiz is too capricious and inconsistent to be considered before the Greek.Sokratis is a leading figure in the dressing room of Arsenal and is the season started well
LB Danny Rose (Tottenham)
Danny Rose is a rarity in this modern age. He is one of the few full-backs that can be just as influential as he can be at the back.
The no-brainer really. He is Tottenham's first choice for Ben Davies, while Kieran Tierney still has to test himself outside the bubble of Celtic in Scotland.Tottenham & Danny Rose is dangerous in the future and also solid in defense
RM Lucas Moura (Tottenham)
The increasing importance of the Brazilian for this Tottenham side was emphasized last season. He played a crucial role in making the Champions League final – scoring a hat trick against Ajax to book their place in Madrid.
Moura started this term in an equally impressive way and earned it in their 2-2 draw at Premier League champions Manchester City earlier this month.Lucas Moura is an important player for Tottenham and seems to be better and better
CM Harry Winks (Tottenham)
With Tanguy Ndombele wounded, Harry Winks offers the Spurs presence in the midfield of this combined XI.
Winks, 23, saw his continued rise as a midfield force at Tottenham rewarded with a call to Gareth Southgate & England's team this week – and will be looking to further prove his courage in the derby on Sunday.Harry Winks started this season in all three Premier League Tottenham competitions
CM Dani Ceballos (Arsenal)
It is still early in the day, but the Spaniard has shown real glimpses of quality since sunny Spain changed for the bright lights of North London.
Dani Ceballos has entered the midfield of Arsenal well and is their creative hub in the middle of the park. Mesut Özil has been blowing hot and cold for years and has not played this season so far, so it goes wrong while Christian Eriksen does not go for Tottenham amid speculation about his future. Ceballos gets a wink for me.Dani Ceballos shone on his debut for Arsenal and may be a real key figure for them this season
LM Nicolas Pepe (Arsenal)
Not too much to go out, but Arsenal's winger seems to be a real player. He has pace, power, deception and, based on the statistics of last season, an eye for a goal.
Pepe has already given a glimpse of what he can do by becoming the first man to dribble past Virgil van Dijk in the Premier League in 539 games and will undoubtedly be an important player for the men of Unai this season. Emery.Nicolas Pepe has all the characteristics of a modern winger; pace, power and eye for a goal
ST Harry Kane (Tottenham)
Mr Tottenham. Harry Kane is their talisman and has already started this season with two goals from three games.
He will certainly be the biggest attacking threat to Arsenal on Sunday and would rather be brave to score against him. Kane has nine out of nine in the North London derby and I am sure few will discuss his selection here.Harry Kane consistently scores a large amount of goals and few would argue with his recording
ST Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang (Arsenal)
The pure target machine. Aubameyang has continued where he left off last season and has been chasing the net twice in three games.
Alexandre Lacazette connects well with his strike partner, but does not have the same razor-sharp instincts for the goal, causing him to miss and Aubameyang inside.Pierre Emerick-Abubameyang is the talisman from Arsenal and already has two goals in three games
The woman who streaked across the pitch during the Champions League final last night has trollled Tottenham star Harry Winks on Instagram.
Russian-American Kinsey Wolanski, 22, who is the girlfriend of YouTuber Vitaly Zdorovetskiy, ran across the field in the first half of the Liverpool versus Tottenham match in Madrid.
The model, who was wearing a skimpy swimsuit with Vitaly's x-rated website 'Vitaly Uncensored' written on it, was escorted off by security and judgment but later released.Russian model Kinsey Wolanski has returned to social media to poke fun at Spurs' midfielder Harry Winks, who appears to stare at her while she walks fits. She captured the moment with a post on Instagram under the caption: "Did I distract # 8 a little too much?" (pictured)A woman wearing a skimpy black swimsuit invaded the Champions League final pitch in MadridThe woman is believed to be Kinsey Wolanski, the girlfriend of Vitaly Zdorovetskiy, wh o set up the website Vitaly Uncensored
Now she has returned to social media to poke fun at Spurs' midfielder Winks, who appears to stare at her while she walks past.
Wolanski captured the moment with a post on Instagram under the caption: "Did I distract # 8 a little too much?"
In a previous post, which showed a video of the pitch invasion from the stands, she wrote: "STREAKING THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE! Life is for living, do crazy things that you will remember forever. "She was escorted out of the stadium by security after she ran to the pitch shortly after Liverpool took the leadWolanski posted on her Instagram after the event : "Did I distract # 8 a little too much?" It was in reference to Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks, who walked past when she was escorted off the pitchVitaly Uncensored's YouTube channel has 1.6billion views and posts popular x-rated pranksLiverpool left-back Andy Robertson looks on as Kinsey Wolanski runs on the hallowed peat
Within hours of the incident, Wolanski's followers had risen from a few thousand to more than 2.2million.
She posted an Instagram story late last night or being released from lockup with the caption: "Finall y out of jail. "
She later added that she was" at the game completely by myself, asked the guy next to me if he could take my phone and then I just ran. "Wolanski boasts more than 2.2million followers on Instagram where she regularly posts photographs of herselfWolanski (left in a bikini shoot in LA in 2017, and right, on Venice Beach, California, in 2018) ran to the pitch with the score at 1-0 to Liverpool after a controversial early penalty was converted by Mohamed SalahHarry Winks stands down with his runners-up medal after defeat to Liverpool last night
And then, on the verge of tears, she revealed why she invaded the pitch
She said: 'I can't fathom what is going on right now. I feel amazing and so thankful, I really could cry.
'I really did this just because I really want to push myself out there outside my comfort zone, I love that feeling, that adrenaline and doing crazy things, I love to do crazy things all the time but I never thought it would get to this scale. "
Players looked bemused and the match was stopped temporarily by the referee during Wolanski's performance.
Ignoring Wolanski's post, a downbeat WInks uploaded on Instagram this morning a picture of the Tottenham team before kick off, with the caption: "So proud of everyone involved with the club last night.
" Always a dream of mine to play in the Champions League final … however It wasn't our night, but we've just shown how far we've come and we will continue to build on that next season! Thank you for all your support #COYS. '
Zdorovetskiy previously invaded the pitch at the 2014 World Cup Final where he wrote 'natural born prankster' on his chest. He is banned from major sports grounds after a number of similar stunts.
In May 2016, he scaled the letter "D" or the iconic Hollywood sign in Los Angeles, California, wearing camouflage.Vitaly Uncensored is a YouTube channel and website which posts pranks and x-rated contentZdorovetskiy previously invaded the pitch at the 2014 World Cup Final where he wrote 'natural born prankster' on his chest
[1 9459007]Security at the Maracana Stadium in Brazil take down Zdorovetskiy after the invades the pitch during the 2014 finalZdorovetskiy posted a tweet shortly after the incident in which he said:" I can't wait to marry you 'Wolanski's (left and right) husband previously worked as a porn actor for the adult film studio Bang Bros in 2011The pitch invader ran to the turf at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium when the first half was in action
Vitaly Uncensored's YouTube channel has 1.6billion views and posts popular x-rated pranks.
The site and channel is run by Vitaly Zdorovetskiy better known by his YouTube name VitalyzdTv.
He previously worked as a porn actor for the adult film studio Bang Bros in 2011.