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Fantasy Premier League player scores ONE point as team from Matchday 11 goes viral

Fantasy Premier League player scores ONE point as team from Matchday 11 goes viral

One player in FPL somehow managed to register just a single point this weekend.

One Fantasy Premier League player managed just a single point on the board this past weekend, leaving fans stunned.

For gameweek 11, the top scoring manager accrued a staggering 107 points after captaining Jeremy Doku.

The Manchester City winger scored one and registered an incredible four assists in the 6-1 trouncing of Bournemouth at the Etihad Stadium.

However, somehow another player ended up with 106 points less after what has to be the worst ever FPL gameweek.

The official FPL account asked fans if there were any single digit scores and one supporter shared a stinker of a score that they had stumbled across.

A chap called Omar Akley finished with just ONE point after a disastrous turn of events.

The score seems near-impossible but it genuinely happened. The user captained Erling Haaland but he wasn't amongst the goals for City and went off at half-time with an ankle injury.

He got just two points, the same as Julian Alvarez and Mo Salah. He also had both Dan Burn and Alexis Mac Allister, who got a point each point.

Image: FPL
Image: FPL

Spurs keeper Guglielmo Vicario scored a point after conceding four against Chelsea despite an impressive display in between the sticks.

Other members of the side, Alexander Isak, Lucas Paqueta and Jesurun Rak-Sakyi, did not play and therefore did not accrue any points.

The actual points tally totalled up to nine points but the player also had Cristian Romero and Destiny Udogie in his team.

Image: Getty
Image: Getty

The pair were both sent off against Chelsea and that resulted in minus four points for each of them to result in one point collected.

Fellow fans told Omar to "delete the game" and you just know he will have been rinsed by all his mates.

His team was actually pretty decent and had some of the big guns but everything just went horribly wrong.

At least there's always next week.

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Topics: Fantasy Football, Fantasy Premier League