Chelsea supporters are rather divided on their opinion of Willian’s performances for the club.

While some fans continue to back the raw ability possessed by the attacking midfielder, others point towards his lack of consistency and a failure to find the end product. Case in point –

The Brazilian certainly seems to enjoy the backing of manager Maurizio Sarri, who’s started him in all 12 league matches this season, but a few Stamford Bridge faithful are yet to be convinced and are clamoring for the 30-year-old to be dropped.

In a bid to put his point across, one Twitter user put up some stats that show Willian lagging far behind in terms of career goal contribution in Europe’s top five leagues.

In fact, the Blues star comes in last in the list of players and if these stats are anything close to being true, they just can’t be ignored. Check them out for yourself:

  1. I like Willian as a player and as he has proven on occasion, he can be a match winner. For a plus 30 year old though if current reports are true of silly money continuing to be offered by Barca (50 mil plus) I would take it in a heartbeat and try and replace him with 20 year old Pulasic from Dortmund.
    The above stats seem somewhat suspicious to me (unless there is something I don’t understand) as there appears to be no Hazard or any other Chelsea player other than Willian listed or prolific goalscorer like Aguero or Kane? KTBFFH

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