Welcome to our first FPL statistical review of the season. In this article, we will give you a brief breakdown of gameweek one, mentioning the current chart toppers.
Sam Vokes (BUR), Jamie Vardy (LEI), Romelu Lukaku (MUN), and Steve Mounie (HUD) lead the charts after scoring a double this gameweek.
Christian Eriksen (TOT), Henrikh Mkhitaryan (MUN), and Granit Xhaka (ARS) provided 2 assists each.
Big Chances Created
Henrikh Mkhitaryan (MUN) leads the pack with 2 big chances created.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan (MUN) and Mesut Ozil (ARS) both made 6 key passes and are closely followed by David Silva (MANC), Oriol Romeu (SOU), Granit Xhaka (ARS), Nathan Redmond (SOU), and Cesc Fabregas (CHE) who made 5.
Open Play Crosses
Dusan Tadic (SOU) leads the race in terms of most open play crosses with 4, he is followed by Ryan Bertrand (SOU), Robbie Brady (BUR), Marc Albrighton (LEI), Kyle Walker (TOT), and Cuco Martina (EVE) who made 2 open play crosses each.
For defensive statistics, we will look at Clearances, Blocks, and Interceptions and Tackles made.
Federico Fernandez (SWA) leads CBI charts with a total of 18. He is followed by James Tarkowski (BUR) who made 13, Michael Keane (EVE), Kyle Naughton (SWA), and Ahmed Hegazi (WBA) who made 12.
Joel Ward (CRY) and Pedro Obiang (WHU) made 6 tackles, the most in gameweek 1. They are followed by James Mclean (WBA) who made 5, and Timothy Fosu-Mensah (CRY), Sead Kolasinac (ARS), Nathan Ake (BOU), and Elias Kachunga (HUD) who made 4 tackles in their first game.
Kasper Schmeichel (LEI) leads the goalkeeper charts in terms of saves, making 6 saves in his first match of the season. He is followed by Asmir Begovic (BOU) who made 5.
That’s all we have for you in this article. The stats are sure to get a lot more exciting as we continue to move forward in the season. We hope you enjoyed our FPL Statistical review of gameweek one.
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