The race for the most assists of the Premier League 2020-21 season is well and truly in full flow.
Currently topping the list for most assists this campaign is Tottenham skipper Harry Kane, who is leading the chasing pack with eight set-ups to his name.
Second to Kane is the in-form Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish, who has provided five assists for Dean Smith’s side this campaign.
Everton new-boy James Rodriguez occupies third place in the list with three assists in his maiden season in the Premier League, with Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes sitting in the fourth spot.
Tottenham skipper Harry Kane has the most assists for the season so far, creating eight goals for his team-mates
The assist list, however, looks markedly different when basing it solely on key passes per game.
Unsurprisingly, Kevin de Bruyne – who provided 20 assists in the league for Manchester City last season – tops the list with an average of 3.3 key passes per game.
Second to the imperious Belgian is Aston Villa loanee Ross Barkley, who averages three key passes per match.
On average, Manchester City’s Kevin de Bruyne makes the most key passes per game
United assist machine Fernandes sits in the third spot with 2.9 crucial passes per match, with Jack Grealish occupying fourth place with an average of 2.7 passes per game.
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah sits in fifth place with of 2.6 key passes per match, the same average held by Leeds United ace Jack Harrison,
Not a single Arsenal player makes the top 20 list, which you can see in full detail below:
Manchester United (Adidas) – £75m-a-season Liverpool (Nike) – £70m-a-season* Manchester City (Puma) – £65m-a-season Chelsea (Nike) – £60m-a-season Arsenal (Adidas) – £50m-a-season Tottenham (Nike) – £30m-a-season
*If bonuses are met
Top 20 Most Creative Players of the 2020/21 season (so far) by key passes
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