personally thought Holgate passed the ball sideways or backwards many times where it wasn't necessary on Saturday, playing the ball into areas where West Ham had pressing bodies concentrated, putting the team under pressure. But having said that it was a poor team performance so maybe it isn't fair to focus on that.
overall he's got all the pace required, has proven that he can play a dangerous ball into attacking areas and is a good one on one defender. He's got a shot on him also. the best overall thing I do like about him is he's got an edge & competitive streak about him and doesn't back down.
he's young so you have to expect some inconsistency and odd mistakes, but to be fair to him, there's been a number of instances where teams have actively targeted playing the ball up his side for extended periods to break him down and the fact that he's done well in the light of that seems to me to show that hes got some real quality