Kane, Lukaku, Mane ‘top’ negative stats

Date published: Thursday 7th January 2016 9:04

Harry Kane

Dribbled past the most times (total):
James McCarthur – Crystal Palace (41 – 45% of total tackles attempted)
Fernandinho – Manchester City (39 – 36%)
Cesc Fabregas – Chelsea (37 – 50%)
Mark Noble – West Ham (37 – 41%)
Aaron Ramsey – Arsenal (35 – 50%)
Jason Puncheon – Crystal Palace (35 – 50%)

 

Committed the most fouls (total):
Eric Lamela – Tottenham (40)
Etienne Capoue – Watford (38)
Idrissa Gueye – Aston Villa (35)
Lucas Leiva – Liverpool (34)
Daniel Drinkwater – Leicester (33)

 

Caught offside the most times (total):
Bafetimbi Gomis – Swansea (31)
Marko Arnautovic – Stoke (17)
Diego Costa – Chelsea (15)
Jermain Defoe – Sunderland (15)
Sadio Mane – Southampton (15)

 

Most shots without a goal:
Jason Puncheon – Crystal Palace (32)
Etienne Capoue – Watford (29)
Charlie Adam – Stoke (23)
Eden Hazard – Chelsea (23)
Santi Cazorla – Arsenal (23)

 

Most unsuccessful dribbles (total):
Wilfried Zaha – Crystal Palace (69 – 52% of total dribbles attempted)
Jordan Ayew – Aston Villa (58 – 67%)
Anthony Martial – Manchester United (54 – 56%)
Moussa Sissoko – Newcastle United (52 – 55%)
Riyad Mahrez – Leicester City (44 – 40%)

 

Most losses of possession from poor touch (total):
Sadio Mane – Southampton (72)
Odion Ighalo – Watford (56)
Diego Costa – Chelsea (49)
Olivier Giroud – Arsenal (44)
Salomon Rondon – West Brom (44)

 

Most losses of possession from tackles (total):
Romelu Lukaku – Everton (56)
Harry Kane – Tottenham (54)
Memphis Depay – Manchester United (45)
Anthony Martial – Manchester United (44)
Salomon Rondon – West Brom (44)

 

Most inaccurate short passes (total):
Troy Deeney – Watford (248 – 38% of total short passes attempted)
Graziano Pelle – Southampton (173 – 34%)
Kevin De Bruyne – Manchester City (162 – 23%)
Matt Ritchie – Bournemouth (162 – 21%)

 

Most inaccurate crosses (total):
Marc Albrighton – Leicester City (120 – 79% of crosses attempted)
Robbie Brady – Norwich (117 – 77%)
Matt Ritchie – Bournemouth (107 – 80%)
Dusan Tadic – Southampton (100 – 72%)

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