Mason mount has been one of the hottest youngster in the premier league in the last couple of weeks. Mason has acted like a playmaker in the Stamford bridge under new manager Thomas Tuchel. He has broken records of creating most chances in a single competitive match. This records has made him almost reach the qualities of united's playmaker Bruno Fernandes.
Mason mount has overtaken Bruno Fernandes has in terms of dibbling. Mount has completed 1.5 successful dribbles while Bruno has 0.4 dribbles. Were it not because fernandes feeds strikers with balls without having to dribble to the box? He would beat Mount too.
Mason mount has scored 4 premier league goals and provided 3 assists. This is compared to fernandes who has scored 16 premier league goals and 10 assists. Were it not for the penalties,it seems Mount would go closer to fernandes in this comparative.
Mount had 2.2 shots in the premier league while Fernandes has 3.5 shots. This is almost the same figure but a really impressive record for young Mount
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