Comparisonator football data comparison platform anatomized one of the most talked-about transfer news: “What would Nkunku do in English Premier League with his performance in RB Leipzig this season❓”
To answer this question, let’s have a look at the #Comparisonator Virtual Transfer feature:
Comparisonator data team Virtually Transferred Christopher Nkunku’s RB Leipzig performance in offensive parameters to Premier League this season and compared to other Centre Forwards in Premier League:
🥇Ranking 1st Compared to CF’s in EPL – 0.8 goals per 90 min
🥇Ranking 1st Compared to CF’s in EPL – 1.69 shot assists per 90 min
🥇Ranking 1st Compared to CF’s in EPL – 0.49 Expected Assists (xA) per 90 min
🥇Ranking 1st Compared to CF’s in EPL – 1.24 Successful Key Passes per 90 min
🥈Ranking 2nd Compared to CF’s in EPL – 3.63 Successful Dribbles per 90 min
🥈Ranking 2nd Compared to CF’s in EPL – 14.57 Successful Passes to the Final Third per 90 min
When you click on the below images, they will be opened in a new window in high-res:
🎯 WHAT IS VIRTUAL TRANSFER?
Comparisonator Virtual Transfer feature transfers player’s entire data to another league to view him in a ranking table with all other players in the same position.
This feature helps to observe players’ current league performance data to another league, visualise their parameter rankings head to head within that particular country’s league against players in the same position
Platform users can visualise the player ranking in the selected target league, as he played in that particular league with his current performance.
If a Centre Forward made 1.69 ‘Shot assists’ per 90 minutes in Bundesliga, how he would rank in ‘Premier League’, comparing his results with other Centre Forwards in the target league.
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