Stat Attack: Did You Know Tom Cleverley’s Winning Percentage?

You can ask  any premier league fan who is the most successful United player in the Premier League (in that format), the answer is very simple; Ryan Giggs . The Welshman has won everything you can win wearing the colors of United, in fact he has accompanied Sir Alex Ferguson in all the 12 league titles (probably 13 this year).
But the super man is not the one holding the best winning percentage amongst the premier league players, that honor is left to his teammate Tom Cleverley. Making a strictly numerical analysis, the young English midfielder can boast more victories in relation to games played than any other. Gone are the likes of Arjen Robben when he wore the jersey of Chelsea during their historic 95 points season under Jose Mourinho or Sergio Aguero that since joining Manchester City was consolidated as one of the most lethal strikers in addition having lifted the Cup last year.
The Dutch and Argentine won 82 and 71 percent of their games respectively, becoming the highest conquerors of their clubs and occupying the third and fourth place of the most successful in the history of the Premier league. Of the 30 games he has defended the colors of the Red Devils, United have won 26 of them, ie 87 percent of all their matches, leaving not only the best percentage of his team, but the entire league.
To give it another angle, take the case of the Mexican Javier Hernandez who has played 110 official matches with Manchester United, either from the bench or from the starting berth. In all these games Chicharito won 70 times, leaving a 64 percent effectiveness. Speaking of Robin van Persie, the Dutchman who practically handed the title to United with his goals and performances, has won 30 of the 40 games he has played so far. With a winning percentage of 75.Not only his winning percentage is higher, but the midfielder is one of only seven midfielders to have completed over 90 percent of his passes successfully in the Premier League this term. The player is 23-years old now and give it a couple of years, he can be a lethatal midfielder well suited in a 4-3-3 or even with a 4-2-3-1 formation that is currently being deployed by Sir Alex.Here we leave you with this:

Tom Cleverley

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