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pHaRaOn

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  1. Romelu Lukaku

    1) Intention was to show that Lukaku can score against big sides. 2) Okay, let's add next best team and use Top-5 for Morata and Kane then. Morata: 3 goals (7,5%) Kane: 10 goals (12,8%) Also, worth to note that Kane has scored 3 out of 10 goals from penalties. Morata - 1. Lukaku - 0. So, that's 7 non PK goals for Kane (8,9%) and 2 non PK goals for Morata (5%).
  2. Diego Costa

    That can mean only one thing: Chelsea already have someone to replace Costa. Otherwise it would be very stupid.
  3. Romelu Lukaku

    A last season? He scored against City in October and January, against Spurs in March and against Arsenal (as you mentioned) in May.
  4. Romelu Lukaku

    All of their goals in Premier League for Lukaku and Kane; all of his goals in Serie A + La Liga for Morata. Also, Lukaku scored 6 times against teams that eventually became champions, Morata - 0, Kane - 2.
  5. Romelu Lukaku

    I saw some posts about how Lukaku can't score against a big teams. Lukaku' goals in Premier League (WBA + Everton): Top 4: 12 (14,2%) 5-10: 26 (30,6%) 11-16: 24 (28,2%) Bottom 4: 23 (27%) For example: Morata' goals in Serie A (Juventus) + La Liga (Real Madrid): Top 4: 1 (2,5%) 5-10: 13 (32,5%) 11-16: 12 (30%) Bottom 4: 14 (35%) Harry Kane' goals in Premier League (Tottenham): Top 4: 8 (10,3%) 5-10: 20 (25,6%) 11-16: 28 (35,9%) Bottom 4: 22 (28,2%)
  6. Diego Costa

    Last season Costa scored in more games (18) than any other player in Premier League.
  7. Dominic Solanke

    Izzy is not a fan of this move, I guess.
  8. Diego Costa

    Why should he blame someone for that when he stated he don't want to go to China?
  9. Diego Costa

    Very interesting.
  10. The Conte Thread

    Nice trolling. He should link up with that Matic' guy.
  11. Diego Costa

    UK correspondent for Directv Sports. He's pretty reliable in terms of quotes.
  12. David Luiz

    Yeap, the guy's a clearly bad omen for a team that wants to win trophies. Need to get rid off.
  13. Diego Costa

    He'll only leave if it's Atletico. Don't want to go to another team.
  14. Diego Costa

  15. Charly Musonda Jr.

    He's been injured for a quite long time now. That's why he didn't make the bench.
  16. Eden Hazard

    He was specifically asked about Lukaku.
  17. Radja Nainggolan

    You play too much FIFA if you think it's a priori wrong to sign players near or over 30 years old.
  18. Nathaniel Chalobah

    Chalobah > Bakayoko
  19. Diego Costa

  20. The Conte Thread

    Antonio starts almost every answer with "Yes, [but]", so that can be just misunderstanding, not deliberate twisting of words from English media.
  21. The Mourinho Thread

    Great game-plan from him today. Almost fully neglected Hazard and Pedro. And now I fully understand why opponents hate him and his tactics so much.
  22. The Conte Thread

    First time I saw Rui Faria that calm/scared during tensions.
  23. Diego Costa

    And suddenly Diego has a poor work rate. FFS. Man, who constantly presses opposition, has a poor work rate. I've seen it all now.
  24. Romelu Lukaku

    Costa scored 15 goals (+5 assists) in 22 games. Lukaku scored 16 goals (+4 assists) in 23 games. Take that one Lukaku's freakish game against Bournemouth away and he is way behind Costa.
  25. Diego Costa

    Worked his ass off today. Great overall performance (defending headers in our box, great tackles on both halves of pitch, constant pressing, which allowed Fabregas to score), but some shockingly bad decisions in attack.