Chelsea has one star player who has never scored a single goal since he joined the club. While John Terry is recognized for being the highest-scoring defender in Premier League history with 40 goals, Andreas Christensen has failed to find the net ever since he made his debut in 2017.
Christensen has by far featured in 129 matches for Chelsea, during which he made one assist and 0 successful shots on target.
The center-back scored his last goal when he played for Chelsea under-23. He also scored 7 goals for Bundesliga side Borussia Monchengladbach in 82 appearances he made.
Chelsea is well known for their tactical play that allows both defenders and midfielders to find the back of the net. It is surprising that Christensen, who is said to be one of the fastest players, has experienced goal dry spell 4 years down the line.
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