A positive note to the end of the season for young Callum, who has largely been disappointing even amid the Youth Revolution ™ unfolding around him – perhaps partly due to the expectations placed on him. he. But with all-new competition coming to the team’s front line, Hudson-Odoi will need to quickly rediscover the promise he made before Achilles was unfortunately injured 18 months ago.
Well, at least we still have N’Golo Kanté. Today he may be human too, but he is still ours and that’s better than without him. Kanté has only played 28 games this season (from 55 possible games). He has never scored less than 39 in any season as a professional. He still finished on the podium 13 times, which is the best ratio in the team. One can only hope he can get rid of the trauma habit – although the closer to 30 it is, the less likely it is to happen …
Abraham has been fading in the past few months thanks to a persistent and unfortunately timed injury and the re-emergence of Olivier Giroud. But he still finishes with 18 goals in all competitions (no goals from the penalty spot), which is nothing to blame even if the season feels less impressive than that thanks to bias. recently – 15 goals out of 34 in the Premier League are actually 1 -2, the golden standard for “good”. Abraham sets 26 goals as his goals for the season; He’s gone two-thirds of the way, even though only starting four of our last 19 games. And oh yeah, he’s still only 22. The future is definitely bright.
vs. BAYERN MUNICH (CL, A, L 1-4)
EXCEPTIONS (9.0+): –
EXCELLENT (8.0-8.9): –
GOOD (7.0-7.9): –
MEDIUM (6.0-6.9): –
POVERTY (5.0-5.9): Hudson-Odoi (5.8), Kanté (5.8), Abraham (5,6), James (5.3), Zouma (5.2), Mount (5.1)
Bad (4.0-4.9): Caballero (4.8), Giroud (4.8, extra), Kovačić4.6), Christensen (4.4), Barkley (4.2), Emerson (4.2)
DISCIPLINE (3.0-3.9): –