Date: 1st September 2019 at 3:13pm
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OPINION

has been described as “nothing special” and “bang average” by some on Twitter after failing to do much of note in his first few appearances for the club. Bruce signed Krafth, 24, from Amiens in the summer and he has already started to look like a regular starter having started in the last three fixtures in a row. The international played well in the 1-0 win against Tottenham before putting in a steady shift in the 1-1 draw against Watford at St James’ Park on Saturday. It was Krafth’s home debut in the league for the Magpies and according to stats by WhoScored he was able to complete 81 per cent of his passes, make one clearance and make one interception. It was a fairly quiet afternoon for the Swede but he was there and he did not do a lot wrong. There is a lot of competition for a starting spot at right-back with and DeAndre Yedlin still in the squad. He might need to do a bit more to impress some of these fans if they want to view him as the undisputed first-choice in that position.

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