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20 Nov 18
TODAY NEWS

CHELSEA are favourites to sign Serie A revelation Lukasz Piatek…

20 Nov 18
The North Riding Football League

Saturday 17th November North Riding Football League Premier Division 2.00pm kick-off Bedale 4-0 Guisborough Town Reserves Boro Rangers 6-0 Yarm & Eaglescliffe Grangetown Boys Club 3-1 Fishburn Park Redcar Newmarket 2-3 Thornaby Dubliners Redcar Town 3-1 New Marske Staithes Athletic 3-4 Kader Stokesley Sports Club 1-3 Stockton West End North Riding Football League First Division […]

20 Nov 18
The Four Point Hit

We realise nobody can wait to hear who won the epic battle in last week’s head to head, and as we predicted it all came down to Schurrle. One goal from the German workhorse would have seen Mike victorious, alas his effort was ruled offside and Paul took the victory. Of course, had Mike not […]

20 Nov 18
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FOOTBALLER, fashion icon and now Dele Alli can call himself…

20 Nov 18
Jak's Sporting View

Picture the scene, it is a warm July evening and you have just witnessed a magnificent Kieran Trippier free-kick find the top corner only five minutes into England’s first semi-final in over 20 years. Everything seems perfect, you hear “football’s coming home” being chanted loud and proud, and finally you feel as if you can […]

20 Nov 18
TODAY NEWS

CHELSEA are favourites to sign Serie A revelation Lukasz Piatek…

20 Nov 18
TheSixYardRing

When it comes to England’s dramatic win over Croatia on Sunday, it still seems unclear how much fans should actually care about it as the Nations League no doubt still remains a bit of a mystery to even the most hardened international football fan. Yet, if the competition turns out to do little more than […]

20 Nov 18
TODAY NEWS

CHELSEA are favourites to sign Serie A revelation Lukasz Piatek…

20 Nov 18
The Sun
ANTHONY MARTIAL has emerged as the most clinical striker in the Premier League – leaving a host of big-name stars trailing in his wake. Gareth Southgate last week hailed Harry Kane as the best goalscorer in world football and the Tottenham ace has been prolific in the domestic game for years. Anthony Martial is the most clinical striker in the Premier League this season Manchester City star Sergio Aguero is also regarded as one of the global game’s greats while Mohamed Salah is on the shortlist to win the Ballon d’Or for his goalscoring exploits with Liverpool. But Manchester United forward Martial leaves them all in the shade with his amazing form in front of goal this season. For the 22-year-old has been in such blistering form for Jose Mourinho’s side that he has NEVER missed the target when taking a shot at goal. Martial has had nine attempts on goal in the top flight this season – and has hit the target every single time. Martial has hit the target every time he has shot this season – and also has the best minutes per goal ratio The most accurate Premier League strikers of those with at least five goals – with Anthony Martial perfect all campaign No Premier League forward even comes close to being as accurate, with Raheem Sterling the next best with the City star shooting on target 82 per cent of the time. His 100 per cent accuracy has seen him score six times – the same amount of goals Kane, Salah and England new-boy Callum Wilson have notched during the campaign. And, crucially, the United man is also the most efficient – scoring a goal every 104 minutes in the domestic game this season. Compared with all players who have scored five or more this season, that is better than the strike rate of current Premier League leading scorer Aguero who’s eight goals have come at a rate of every 111 minutes. [article-rail-curated title=”Latest Man Utd news” selected_posts=”7782434,7770448,7770532,7769194,7765369″ /] Chelsea star Eden Hazard is one goal behind Aguero with an almost identical 112 minutes-per-goal compared to Aguero, but still behind the in-form Martial. Pierre-Emerick Aubaemyang has been producing the goods for Arsenal, but his seven strikes have come every 122 minutes played. And the next best for economy is under-fire Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata, who despite concerns over his form has scored a goal every 139 minutes he has been on the pitch. With Martial heading Sterling at the head of the list of accuracy, next comes Hazard who gets his shot on target 76 per cent of the time. Alvaro Morata ranks well among his rivals for being one of the best forwards in the Premier League Raheem Sterling is the closest challenger to Martial when it comes to shooting accuracy That is just better than Everton’s impressive summer recruit Richarlison – and again Morata comes in fifth in the league by this marker with 70 per cent of his attempts being on target. The only major section Martial falls down on is in the assist category, having failed to create a single goal for any of his team-mates this season. But where it matters most, United have the player who is the most clinical and the most accurate – boosting his claims to play down the middle in Mourinho’s side more often. [boxout headline=”Premier League’s best strikers – minutes per goal” featured-image=”7784175″]Anthony Martial – 104 mins per goal Sergio Aguero – 111 mins per goal Eden Hazard – 112 mins per goal Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang -122 mins per goal Alvaro Morata – 139 mins per goal (Of players who have scored five or more PL goals this season)[/boxout] [bc_video video_id=”5852019253001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Anthony Martial is this week’s player of the round after Manchester United brace at Chelsea”]
20 Nov 18
The Scottish Sun
ANTHONY MARTIAL has emerged as the most clinical striker in the Premier League – leaving a host of big-name stars trailing in his wake. Gareth Southgate last week hailed Harry Kane as the best goalscorer in world football and the Tottenham ace has been prolific in the domestic game for years. Anthony Martial is the most clinical striker in the Premier League this season Manchester City star Sergio Aguero is also regarded as one of the global game’s greats while Mohamed Salah is on the shortlist to win the Ballon d’Or for his goalscoring exploits with Liverpool. But Manchester United forward Martial leaves them all in the shade with his amazing form in front of goal this season. For the 22-year-old has been in such blistering form for Jose Mourinho’s side that he has NEVER missed the target when taking a shot at goal. Martial has had nine attempts on goal in the top flight this season – and has hit the target every single time. Martial has hit the target every time he has shot this season – and also has the best minutes per goal ratio The most accurate Premier League strikers of those with at least five goals – with Anthony Martial perfect all campaign No Premier League forward even comes close to being as accurate, with Raheem Sterling the next best with the City star shooting on target 82 per cent of the time. His 100 per cent accuracy has seen him score six times – the same amount of goals Kane, Salah and England new-boy Callum Wilson have notched during the campaign. And, crucially, the United man is also the most efficient – scoring a goal every 104 minutes in the domestic game this season. Compared with all players who have scored five or more this season, that is better than the strike rate of current Premier League leading scorer Aguero who’s eight goals have come at a rate of every 111 minutes. [article-rail-section title=”” posts_category=”0″ query_type=”popular”] Chelsea star Eden Hazard is one goal behind Aguero with an almost identical 112 minutes-per-goal compared to Aguero, but still behind the in-form Martial. Pierre-Emerick Aubaemyang has been producing the goods for Arsenal, but his seven strikes have come every 122 minutes played. And the next best for economy is under-fire Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata, who despite concerns over his form has scored a goal every 139 minutes he has been on the pitch. With Martial heading Sterling at the head of the list of accuracy, next comes Hazard who gets his shot on target 76 per cent of the time. Alvaro Morata ranks well among his rivals for being one of the best forwards in the Premier League Raheem Sterling is the closest challenger to Martial when it comes to shooting accuracy That is just better than Everton’s impressive summer recruit Richarlison – and again Morata comes in fifth in the league by this marker with 70 per cent of his attempts being on target. The only major section Martial falls down on is in the assist category, having failed to create a single goal for any of his team-mates this season. But where it matters most, United have the player who is the most clinical and the most accurate – boosting his claims to play down the middle in Mourinho’s side more often. [boxout headline=”Premier League’s best strikers – minutes per goal” featured-image=”3514643″]Anthony Martial – 104 mins per goal Sergio Aguero – 111 mins per goal Eden Hazard – 112 mins per goal Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang -122 mins per goal Alvaro Morata – 139 mins per goal (Of players who have scored five or more PL goals this season)[/boxout] [bc_video video_id=”5852019253001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Anthony Martial is this week’s player of the round after Manchester United brace at Chelsea”]
20 Nov 18
The Irish Sun
ANTHONY MARTIAL has emerged as the most clinical striker in the Premier League – leaving a host of big-name stars trailing in his wake. Gareth Southgate last week hailed Harry Kane as the best goalscorer in world football and the Tottenham ace has been prolific in the domestic game for years. Anthony Martial is the most clinical striker in the Premier League this season Manchester City star Sergio Aguero is also regarded as one of the global game’s greats while Mohamed Salah is on the shortlist to win the Ballon d’Or for his goalscoring exploits with Liverpool. But Manchester United forward Martial leaves them all in the shade with his amazing form in front of goal this season. For the 22-year-old has been in such blistering form for Jose Mourinho’s side that he has NEVER missed the target when taking a shot at goal. Martial has had nine attempts on goal in the top flight this season – and has hit the target every single time. Martial has hit the target every time he has shot this season – and also has the best minutes per goal ratio The most accurate Premier League strikers of those with at least five goals – with Anthony Martial perfect all campaign No Premier League forward even comes close to being as accurate, with Raheem Sterling the next best with the City star shooting on target 82 per cent of the time. His 100 per cent accuracy has seen him score six times – the same amount of goals Kane, Salah and England new-boy Callum Wilson have notched during the campaign. And, crucially, the United man is also the most efficient – scoring a goal every 104 minutes in the domestic game this season. Compared with all players who have scored five or more this season, that is better than the strike rate of current Premier League leading scorer Aguero who’s eight goals have come at a rate of every 111 minutes. [article-rail-section title=”” posts_category=”0″ query_type=”popular”] Chelsea star Eden Hazard is one goal behind Aguero with an almost identical 112 minutes-per-goal compared to Aguero, but still behind the in-form Martial. Pierre-Emerick Aubaemyang has been producing the goods for Arsenal, but his seven strikes have come every 122 minutes played. And the next best for economy is under-fire Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata, who despite concerns over his form has scored a goal every 139 minutes he has been on the pitch. With Martial heading Sterling at the head of the list of accuracy, next comes Hazard who gets his shot on target 76 per cent of the time. Alvaro Morata ranks well among his rivals for being one of the best forwards in the Premier League Raheem Sterling is the closest challenger to Martial when it comes to shooting accuracy That is just better than Everton’s impressive summer recruit Richarlison – and again Morata comes in fifth in the league by this marker with 70 per cent of his attempts being on target. The only major section Martial falls down on is in the assist category, having failed to create a single goal for any of his team-mates this season. But where it matters most, United have the player who is the most clinical and the most accurate – boosting his claims to play down the middle in Mourinho’s side more often. [boxout headline=”Premier League’s best strikers – minutes per goal” featured-image=”3413399″]Anthony Martial – 104 mins per goal Sergio Aguero – 111 mins per goal Eden Hazard – 112 mins per goal Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang -122 mins per goal Alvaro Morata – 139 mins per goal (Of players who have scored five or more PL goals this season)[/boxout] [bc_video video_id=”5852019253001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Anthony Martial is this week’s player of the round after Manchester United brace at Chelsea”]
20 Nov 18
TODAY NEWS

CHELSEA are favourites to sign Serie A revelation Lukasz Piatek…

20 Nov 18
TODAY NEWS

WALES travel to Albania for an international friendly, as they…