Below are some stats for an alternative Advent Calendar. 1 – Ben Howard Baker is the only goalkeeper to score for Chelsea. 2 – The number of goals Branislav Ivanovic scored vs Liverpool in the 2009 UCL quarter final. 3 – The number of times Frank Lampard has been named the Chelsea Player of the […]
New signings Romelu Lukaku and Oriol Romeu are both making their first starts for their new club Chelsea in Wednesday night’s league cup tie with neighbours Fulham Both have been giving opportunities from the bench as second half substitutes so far this season but now get their full débuts in a young line up featuring […]
Some people say Chelsea had a bad season, some say finishing 2nd is good. Whatever view you may have the fact of the matter is that Chelsea did not win the league this season. There has been no shortage of excuses or theories as to why this was. Some fans (including Roman Abramovich) may believe […]
Chelsea youth and reserve team player Ryan Bertrand captained England U21s for the first time in a friendly versus Iceland at Deepdale, Preston. Jack Cork and Josh McEachran both started the match and former blue Scott Sinclair began the match as a substitute.
Josh McEachran maintained a 92.30% pass completion rate only misplacing 2 passes (of 26) in his 18 minute cameo against Bolton Wanderers, McEachran had 92.86% success from 14 passes versus Blackburn Rovers in a 10 minute spell. The team average was 75.89% and 79.14% respectively during both those games.
After our last update answering a question on Ramires’ pass completion, it sparked a debate on the fairness of comparing him to the team average and it was requested that he should be compared to the other midfielders. Essien and Mikel are the most consistent performers with at least 80.5% completion rate in all the […]
Joshua McEachran made his first start for Chelsea in the Champions League tie with MŠK Žilina, Joshua made 105 passes and had 86% completion rate, better than any other player.
Article published on 2010-11-16 by ChelseaStats in Stats of the Day.
Joshua McEachran, at the age of 17, made his début for England Under 21s and was the 7th débutante for England on the night. Coming on as a substitute with England already 2-0 down and reduced to 10 men.
Josh McEachran, Oxford-born and at 17 years six months 15 days, became our youngest-ever player in the Champions League. Joel Kitamarike, who figured in the 2001 Uefa Cup game at Hapoel Tel-Aviv, was just one day younger and is the youngest player to play in Europe for Chelsea.