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"Stop Comparing Werner And Martial" - See The Statistics Showing That One Is An Average Striker

Many Chelsea and Manchester United fans always argue on who is better between Timo Werner and Manchester United number 9, Anthony Martial. The argument has been popular on most social media platforms. In terms of age, Anthony Martial was born on 5th December, 1995 while Chelsea's Timo Werner was born on March 6, 1996. Anthony is a little bit older than Timo Werner with few months. 

Timo Werner have scored 91 club career goals with 42 assist to his name in 222 appearances. Martial have scored 85 league goals with 45 assists in 286 appearances. You can see from the above statistics that Werner have played less number of matches than Anthony Martial and this shows that Timo Werner is better. Both football players are natural strikers but Anthony Martial can play as a left wing forward while Timo Werner can also play as an attacking midfielder or wing forward. This statistics shows that Timo Werner is more versatile than Anthony Martial who is an average strike. 

At international stage Timo Werner have been more successful with his country than Another Martial. Timo Werner have made 29 appearances with German national team and finding the back of the net 11 times. Anthony Martial have only manage to score only once in France shirt in 18 outings. This statistics shows that Manchester United's Anthony Martial looks like a low profile striker. 

Now when comparing their major honors as a football player you will find out Timo Werner have many team and individual honours to his name than Anthony Martial in both club and country. So with this I think that Anthony Martial is an average strike compare to Timo Werner. 

Chelsea will take on Manchester United this Sunday in FA Cup semi final at Wembley stadium. Hopefully Chelsea will overcome United this time around. 

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