The Spanish striker, Alvaro Morata, continues to dominates in stats Real Madrid’s trio, which is known as BBC, in terms of scoring goals this season with his new club, Chelsea.
The former Real Madrid player and current Chelsea player, Alvaro Moratao, has a better stats than his former teammates, Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale, and Karim Benzema this season after leaving Real Madrid to Chelsea in the beginning of the summer.
According to the Spanish outlet, Sport, Alvaro Morata’s departure has greatly affected Real Madrid’s attacking force where Alvaro Morata scored seven goals so far with Chelsea, compared to just four goals for Real Madrid’s trio, BBC. Knowing that Alvaro Morata is playing in a tougher league, Premier League, than La Liga.
The outlet reported that Alvaro Morata scored seven goals, the latest was against Manchester United in Chelsea’s 1-0 win last Sunday, and assisted three more in 10 league matches, which means he is directly involved in one goal every match.
On the other hand, the BBC has just scored four goals in La Liga, two by Gareth Bale, one for Cristiano Ronaldo, and one by Karim Benzema in addition to 5 assists made by the BBC.
Alvaro Morata’s stats aren’t impressing this season only, but last season with Real Madrid as well he dominated the stats among the BBC, where he has a goal every 93 minutes, where Ronaldo has a goal every 98 minutes, Benzema one goal every 170 minutes, and Bale a goal every 215 minutes, and still, Zidane preferred to sell him over giving him a regular playing time.