Mason Mount has been Chelsea’s best passer of the ball in the Premier League, stats have revealed.
The Englishman 8 assists, completes 85.3% of his passes and makes an average of 1.6 key passes per game.
Chelsea’s top 5 best creators in the league:
1. Mount – 8 assists, 1.6 key passes per game, 0.4 long balls per game
2. Reece James – 6 assists, 1.7 key passes per game, 1.5 long balls per game.
3. Mateo Kovacic – 5 assists, one key pass per game, 2.3 long balls per game.
4. N’Golo Kante – 4 assists, 0.9 key passes per game, 1.3 long balls per game.
5. Marcos Alonso – 3 assists, 1.4 key passes per game, 1.5 long balls per game.
Jorginho is only 9th on the league with 2 assists so far. Not particularly the best season for the Italian.
UEFA names 3 Chelsea players in Champions League all-star XI [Full list]
UEFA, on Thursday, included Real Madrid’s Luka Modric, Chelsea’s Antonio Rudiger and Manchester City’s Kyle Walker in the Champions League team all-star XI of this week.
UEFA released the Champions League team in a post on its website on Thursday following the conclusion of the quarter-final second leg fixtures.
Modric, Rudiger and Walker were impressive for their respective clubs during the last-8 second leg ties.
Below is the UEFA Champions League team all-star XI:
Ederson (Man. City) – 7 points.
Kostas Tsimikas (Liverpool) – 13 points
Reinildo (Atlético) – 9 points
Antonio Rüdiger (Chelsea) – 9 points
John Stones (Man. City) – 10 points
Kyle Walker (Man. City) – 9 points.
Mason Mount (Chelsea) – 10 points
Luka Modrić (Real Madrid) – 9 points.
Gonçalo Ramos (Benfica) – 8 points
Roberto Firmino (Liverpool) – 10 points
Timo Werner (Chelsea) – 10 points.
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