The Argentine (who scored in the last 4 against the grenades) has the highest average goal in the league since he wore the Nerazzurri: never so prolific in the first 18 days. Lukaku’s average performance also exceeded. Only the Champions step remains for the Argentine
Inter and Inzaghi enjoy a sniper version of Lautaro. Certainly not a new version, but never as lethal as in these first 18 days of the championship. In spite of the month and a half of fasting between October and November, but with the help of a few penalties, Toro has in fact collected the most goals since wearing the Nerazzurri, with an average higher even than that of Lukaku in his two seasons in Milan. The Argentine has so far stamped the card eleven times, that is to say three less than in the first year of Big Rom and one less than last year, but the ratio between goals and minutes played sees him excel: if the Belgian scored every 110 ‘in the first season with Conte and every 96’ in the following one, Toro is now traveling at the rate of one goal every 91 ‘.
Of the four forwards available to Inzaghi, Lautaro has so far proved to be by far the most effective. Because despite having played one game less than Dzeko and with an average playing time of 62 ‘per game (against the Bosnian’s 67’), he scored three more goals, so much so that the Sarajevo swan travels at the pace of a seal every 143 ‘, 52’ more than the Taurus. The Bahia Blanca striker also left behind Correa, who averages one goal every 126 ‘, and Sanchez, bottom of the attacking quartet with a goal every 181’. Among other things, the nose of the Bull is intact with any teammate in the department and with Inzaghi it has been further refined compared to the first season with Spalletti and the following two with Conte.
THE BEST BULL
Perhaps the most significant data emerges from the comparison with the previous versions of the Argentine. Because if in the first year in Milan there were only three goals scored in the first 18 league matches at an average of one goal every 140 ‘, that same average dropped to 125’ in the second year (with 10 goals to the credit) and to 139 ‘the last season (when the goals were nine). Now the average has even dropped to 91 minutes, in fact one goal per game. The Argentine also has a high probability of further increasing the loot in the next match against the grenade, a favorite victim in the last four circumstances. On Wednesday, Lautaro will look for the fifth consecutive goal against Torino, a match only achieved by three Nerazzurri players in the three-point era: to Vieri (against Parma and Perugia), to Icardi (against Fiorentina) and to Perisic (against Chievo).
The effectiveness in the league, however, contrasts with the fast in Europe, where Toro has not scored in eight games. The European score is still at zero under the guidance of Inzaghi, while in the previous three seasons with Spalletti and Conte the goals were nine in 23 appearances between the Champions and Europa League, at an average of a seal every 166 ‘. On balance, the effectiveness of Toro is halved outside the confines of Serie A, with the only exception of the Champions League two years ago, when the Argentine signed the beauty of five goals in the group stage. The last time that Lautaro inflated the goal in Europe dates back to 3 November last year on the occasion of the Nerazzurri’s 3-2 defeat at the Bernabeu. The next match against Liverpool for the round of 16, between February and March, will be the best opportunity to reverse the course also in the European field. Toro counts (incensed by vice-president Zanetti in explaining that the talented Alvarez is useless in this attack) and the Nerazzurri coach also counts, to try to hit a feat on the prohibitive card.
December 22, 2021 (change December 22, 2021 | 08:56)
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