Notable left wings Gabriel Martinelli and Raheem Sterling of Arsenal and Chelsea, respectively, have each made ten appearances in the English Premier League (EPL) this year. These two athletes can be compared to learn some fascinating things. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>
When comparing their goal totals, it can be seen that Sterling has five direct goal contributions compared to Martinelli’s three in his ten outings. Both players have the same amount of shots on target (8) in spite of this. Sterling averages 0.73 shots on goal per ninety minutes, while Martinelli averages 1.00. The Arsenal winger’s anticipated goal (xG) value is 1.1, while Chelsea’s is 3.1, according to Opta data.
In terms of chance creation, the Brazilian Martinelli has made 17 key passes, surpassing the 15 made by his English counterpart. This translates to 1.7 and 1.3 chances per game respectively, establishing the Brazil international as a more effective playmaker. However, Sterling excels in dribbling, completing 29 successful take-ons compared to Martinelli’s 18. Additionally, Sterling contributes more defensively, winning 7 challenges against dribblers, while Martinelli has won only 1.
In summary, the analysis suggests that Raheem Sterling proves to be a more accomplished forward compared to Gabriel Martinelli. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>