Although he had a formidable campaign with Manchester City, Kevin De Bruyne was one of the players who found the post the most in his shots.
Kevin De Bruyne was one of the great figures of the last Premier League. The midfielder from Manchester City He celebrated 13 goals and signed 20 assists, which allowed him to match the pass-goal record Thierry Henry had achieved years ago.
But the Belgian footballer’s numbers could have been even better. It is that the former Wolfsburg was one of the players with the worst fortune in the English championship. The statistics that Opta brings do not lie: De Bruyne sent six shots to the post throughout the 38 days.
The Belgian shares the top of the misfortune table with Marcus Rashford of Manchester United and Danny Ings of Southampton. A little below appears the Argentine Sergio Agüero, with five shots to the post.
Was the tournament scorer unlucky? Jamie Vardy, who took the Premier’s Golden Boot at the end of the season with 23 goals, also appears among the most to hit the posts with 4.
Photo: Getty Images