Germany announced the official list of 23 people in the World Cup, and Sane's defeat sparked heated discussions.
Making 33 goals in a season, surpassing all German players, playing such beautiful stats was even abandoned by Lov. Naturally, many fans who are optimistic about him have even begun to become emperors. Without Sani, the German World Cup is estimated to be suspended. Then Balaballa, who was lingering, said a large conspiracy theory. "Without Sane, the German team must be GG"
In their opinion, there is a reason why Sanne, Germany's most valuable player, must be selected: young has potential, and then has a strong bursting point ability. When he is behind, he needs to open the situation.
But I think these arguments are untenable. Sane is the breaking point? Club only
Because of his outstanding dribbling ability, it seems that all fans think he is an outstanding breaking point. Overall, I think it is right: in the 17-18 season, he averaged 2.7 times in the league and the Champions League. Both pass 3.3 times, ranking 15th. Whether in the league or the Champions League, Sane is the best player in the team.
This beautiful statistic is very much in line with the fantasies of some fans: When in a positional battle, relying on his assault ability on the side, the German team has the possibility to open the situation. This is also the biggest reason for most fans to arguing for Sane. I think this question is okay, but ignore the truth behind the matter-is Sane's explosive point ability really so strong?
Behind his outstanding performance, there is more--
His average turnovers in the Champions League and the league are 3.3 and 2.5 per game respectively. Both of these statistics rank first in the team. Especially in the Champions League, Silva has the second highest turnovers. Have averaged 2.3 times per game. B. Silva averaged just 0.9 turnovers per game in the Champions League and De Braun had only 0.8 turnovers. It can be said that while he went crazy in the frontcourt, he was accompanied by a lot of mistakes.
So what's the logic behind this data? His beautiful stats are inseparable from his teammates' excellent running position and involvement. In Manchester City, there are teammates such as Silva and De Brauné who cooperate with each other and have a stable ball and pass. His mistakes or the help of teammates can be greatly weakened, and his advantages are also obtained Enhanced and zoomed in.
So I think Sane's bursting ability is very strong, but it is limited to Manchester City's current system. In other words, his explosive ability is not strong enough to rival Azar and Neymar, let alone Messi. So when he returns to the national team system, there will be no tactics like Manchester City to give him more freedom and space, and there will not be so many teammates to provide him with policy and protection.