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As it says on the tin, which of your clubs players have got the goals and which have been the most productive?

In terms of Liverpool, well we seem to have spread them out across the whole of the team:



Goals:

We scored 86 goals in all comps. 

14 - Philippe Coutinho (13 League, 1 EFL Cup) (181 minutes per goal, total minutes 2,531)
13 - Sadio Mane (13L) (187 mpg, tm 2,427)
12 - Roberto Firmino (12L, 1EFL) (289 mpg, tm 3,463)
11 - Divock Origi (7L, 3EFL, 1 FA Cup) (189 mpg, tm 2,081)
8 - Adam Lallana (8L) (326 mpg, tm 2,607)
7 - Daniel Sturridge (3L, 4EFL) (170 mpg, tm 1,193)
7 - James Milner (7L) (491 mpg, tm 3,437)
6 - Gini Wijnaldum (6L) (556 mpg, tm 3,338)
5 - Emre Can (5L) (562 mpg, tm 2,810)
2 - Dejan Lovren (2L)
1 - Matip (1L), Klavan (1EFL), Henderson (1L), Lucas (1FAC), Woodburn (1EFL)

Assists:

11 - Roberto Firmino (10L, 1EFL)
11 - Gini Wijnaldum (9L, 2EFL)
9 - Philippe Coutinho (7L, 1EFL, 1FAC)
8 - Sadio Mane (6L, 2EFL)
7 - Adam Lallana (7L)
4 - Jordan Henderon (4L)
4 - James Milner (3L, 1EFL)
4 - Divock Origi (4L)
3 - Nathaniel Clyne (2L, 1EFL)
3 - Emre Can (2L, 1EFL)
3 - Daniel Sturridge (2L, 1FAC)
3 - Lucas Leiva (3L)
1 - Moreno (1L), Grujic (1EFL), Lovren (1L)

So, with a combined 23 goals and assists, our star Brazilians Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino were our most productive players this season in terms of end product.

Followed closely by Sadio Mane (21 combined), Gini (17) and Lallana and Origi (both 15)  

Shout out to Sadio Mane who despite missing almost 3 months of the season through injury/ACON, still managed 21 goals/assists. Great signing! 

 
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Here's also a small breakdown of goals scored across the board from the other top 6 clubs:


Chelsea: two players hit double figures, 59 goals across their top 5 guys:

20 - Costa
16 - Hazard (2 pens)
9 - Pedro
8 - Willian
6 - Alonso

Spurs: three players hit double figures, 73 goals across their top 5 guys:

29 - Kane (5 pens)
18 - Alli (1 pen)
14 - Son
8 - Eriksen
4 - Wanyama

City: one player hit double figures, 45 goals (!) across their top 5 guys:

20 - Aguero (4 pens)
7 - Sterling
7 - Jesus (1 pen)
6 - KDB
5 - Sane

Liverpool: three players hit double figures, 53 goals across our top 5 guys:

13 - Coutinho
12 - Mane
12 - Firmino
8 - Lallana
7 - Origi

Arsenal: three players hit double figures, 57 goals across their top 5 guys:

24 - Sanchez (2 pens)
12 - Giroud
10 - Walcott
8 - Ozil
3 - Iwobi

United (snigger): one player hit double figures, 38 (!) goals across their top 5 guys:

17 - Ibra (2 pens)
6 - Mata
5 - Rooney (1 pen)
5 - Pogba
5 - Rashford

 
 
 

 

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Leicester:

Goals (all competitions)

Vardy - 16
Mahrez - 10
Slimani - 8
Okazaki - 6
Musa, Albrighton - 4
 

Assists (all competitions)
Albrighton - 9 
Mahrez - 7
Vardy - 7
Gray, Fuchs, Slimani - 5

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16 is actually a pretty good return again for Vardy. Considering he went something daft like 3 months without scoring, then another 2 months without scoring after that - and I put those largely down to being terribly set up.

Put him in a side that suits him and he's lethal.

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13 minutes ago, Dan said:

16 is actually a pretty good return again for Vardy. Considering he went something daft like 3 months without scoring, then another 2 months without scoring after that - and I put those largely down to being terribly set up.

Put him in a side that suits him and he's lethal.

Surprised to see Mahrez also got decent numbers considering Leicester's form for most parts of the season. 17 goals/assists yet people say he had a poor season. Makes you wonder how he'd perform at a top club? (Don't mean that disrespectfully to Leicester). 

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7 minutes ago, LFCMadLad said:

Surprised to see Mahrez also got decent numbers considering Leicester's form for most parts of the season. 17 goals/assists yet people say he had a poor season. Makes you wonder how he'd perform at a top club? (Don't mean that disrespectfully to Leicester). 

Set a standard last year and didn't really meet it this year although he hasn't been quite as bad as some make him out to be. Become a real scapegoat for us lately. Never helps when you lose someone like Kante either who is the absolute master of turning defence into attack.

In a team like Man City Mahrez would flourish, but he won't get that move after this season I don't think.

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