The Ox didn't get into double figures in league goals at Arsenal and has about 1 in 10 here. Lallana better than 1in 5 at Soton (48) and 1 in 5 here when he played 30 or so leagues games so Lallana offers as much goal threat as the Ox.
It's likely that the Ox will get the nod but he hasn't scored that many throughout his career.
Why are you using stats from 3+ years ago for Lallana? It’s quite clear he’s no longer able to contribute any significant amount of goals or assists anymore.
Not forgetting either that Ox was very much in and out of the team at Arsenal, as well as getting shifted to play RB on many occasions.
Also, Ox isn’t the only one never to get into double figures for goals in the league because Lallana has never done it either, in fact he hasn’t over the whole of a season combined.
Lallana doesn’t have a 1 in 5 with us either, in all comps it’s about 1 in 8, for the league it’s about 1 in 7. The highest amount of goals he’s gotten in a season for us is 8, 1 more than Ox currently has. Lallana has 1 goal in his last 53 appearances.
Ox has 5 goals in 11 games in Europe for us, Lallana has 3 in 24 so by your logic, Ox is actually the one who should get the nod vs Atletico.
Poor comparison to be making, especially when you are skewing the stats by including Lallana’s league goals in the Championship and League 1.
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