Robert Lewandowski’s has the following offensive skills. He has 34 goals and a total of 64 shots on goals. This results in a goal conversion rate of 25.76%. He had a total of 80 big chances. Expected goals can only be provided to logged in users.
Timo Werner has the following offensive skills. He has 28 goals and a total of 63 shots on goals. This results in a goal conversion rate of 23.53%. He had a total of 64 big chances.
Regarding the passing and playmaking skills we can see the following picture. Robert Lewandowski has a total of 4 asssists, 23 key passes (these are passes leading to a shot on goal) and he created a total of 27 chances.
Timo Werner has a total of 8 assists, 25 key passes and he created a total of 33 chances.
Another important metric to measure the players performance is the pass completion rate in general and more importantly the pass completion rate into the opponents box – because this is where most goals are made. Robert Lewandowski has a pass completion rate of 75.7 % and a rate of 0% for passes into the box. Timo Werner has a pass completion rate of 73.83% and a rate of 16.67 % for passes into the box.
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