Revealed: No Chelsea player has achieved this feat more than Willian since the season’s resumption

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Chelsea have proven to be one of the most in-form teams in the English top-flight since football resumed.

The Blues have recored three consecutive wins in all competitions, and Chelsea winger Willian has started all three games so far.

Willian has been an important player for Frank Lampard, and played another key role in the win against Leicester City on Sunday.

Willian made two key passes in the game, which was a Chelsea-high figure, and included the assist for the winner. The Brazilian has now registered the most key passes in each of our three games since the restart.

He was also responsible for six successful tackles against the Foxes, which showed his discipline and energy off the ball. No other player made more than three.

Willian also made three interceptions, which was matched only by Emerson Palmieri.

The Brazilian will be a free agent at the end of the season, and it’ll definitely be to the club’s advantage if he’s retained.

N’Golo Kante is another player with good stats from the game against Leicester City.

No player spent more time in possession than N’Golo Kante (7.3 per cent), no player had more touches than his 87, and nobody completed more passes than him either (61).

Of those players who featured for longer than 45 minutes, Kurt Zouma was our most accurate passer (86 per cent), closely followed by Kante (85 per cent) and Tammy Abraham (84 per cent).

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1 Comment on "Revealed: No Chelsea player has achieved this feat more than Willian since the season’s resumption"

  1. We still need William at CFC because of experience,discipline and i wish he will retire there

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