It is fair to say, April wasn’t exactly a successful month for the Potters – with Stoke City conceding a staggering 15 goals in five Premier League fixtures – as Mark Hughes’ side lost three of their five outings, drawing the other two.
But there is still a Player of the Month to pick; so due to scoring two of his team’s four goals last month, this imaginary gong goes to forward Bojan.
The 25-year-old, who in fact only featured in three of Stoke’s Premier League fixtures in April, firstly scored the hosts’ second goal against Swansea City at the Britannia Stadium to double their advantage (2-0) – although the Welsh outfit eventually salvaged a late 2-2 draw.
Bojan, who graduated through FC Barcelona’s esteemed youth academy, then bagged Stoke’s consolation goal at Anfield in the club’s next result, where they were easily swept aside 4-1 by Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool.
The forward also featured for the full 90 minutes in another woeful display – with Bojan’s teammates shipping four goals once more as Tottenham Hotspur ran riot in their 4-0 victory at the Britannia on April 18.
However, the Spanish star was left on the bench for Hughes’ Potters against Manchester City (4-0 defeat) and their 1-1 draw against Sunderland in their final league outings in April.