Holgate is a work in progress, he has pace that cuts out some of the major issues. Any mistakes are relatively minor compared to major issues we've had in recent times. But actually thought he gave a very decent performance, considering it was a little rough around the edges and a difficult situation.
There was a lesson with Stones, Lukaku learning his trade over several seasons, you don't find your limits by taking the easy route, it's only later down the line that you refine. Stones had an aura in certain games where he was intimidating, he wanted to embarrass opponents and tell everyone to calm down, he has balls the size of watermelons.
With this squad now, Holgate should be the first choice centre back, either Williams or Jagielka to play alongside him. Also liked that when Williams was accepting his fate for an awful challenge on penalty, Holgate was shouting about something.
At least with the young players you can tell that their heart is in it and they've got the enthusiasm left.