Using Who Scored‘s statistical system here are Tottenham’s five most creative players in the Premier League in terms of the average number of key passes per game.
1) Christian Eriksen
What a signing the young Dane has been at White Hart Lane. His creativity is starting to shine through and is benefitting the entire team – he has made 18 key passes so far in his 5(2) appearances, which averages to 2.6 per game.
2) Nacer Chadli
Although not your traditional winger, Chadli is a player who likes to run at people and get balls into the box. Because of this, he has made 10 key passes in his 3(1) appearances, which spreads out to 1.5 key balls per game.
3) Andros Townsend
the man everyone is talking about now in the shape of Townsend. The England international has made 19 key passes this term, which in average terms is 1.9 per game. He has also had 45 shots in total.
4) Kyle Walker
Another wide man now, Kyle Walker, who has utilised his pace and power down the flanks to rack up an impressive key pass count. He has played 17 so far this term, which is 1.5 per game.
5) Roberto Soldado
The Spaniard has been criticised by some but applauded by many. He has scored four goals, but three of them have been penalties, and people are questioning whether he is the real deal. He has averaged 1.4 key passes per game so far, though.