Diego Llorente, the light between the darkness of Leeds

The Leeds live a difficult moment in Premier League. The darkness and the abyss of relegation loom at his door and after losing to Arsenal he has fallen back into the relegation zone to the Championship. A Spanish light emerges from the darkness of the team: Diego Llorente. The defender shines behind los ‘peacocks‘ in the most important stretch of the season. his goalthe third of the season, It was insufficient to add a new stumble. However, it gives you a note of 8,75 for the company of Olocip Artificial Intelligence and makes him part of the best eleven of matchday 36.

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The presence of the Spanish international is not the only one since they are also cucurella y rodri. The lane of Brighton scored his first goal in the match against United and rodri he saw the door for the third consecutive game with the Manchester City in the maximum English competition in the little hand to Newcastle of those of Guardiola. The ideal eleven for Olocip of the day 36 of the Premier It is made up José Sá (8,16); Mykolenko (9,01), cucurella (8,44), Coady (9,92), Diego Llorente (8,75), Ajer (9,63); Caicedo (9,54), rodri (8,86); Benrahma (8,94), Lukaku (8,59) y Sterling (9,56).

Olocip data show how Diego Llorente is Leeds’ best player worth 7,45 ahead of one of the footballers with the best poster to come out this summer as it is Raphinha (7.14), Barça and Bayern follow in his footsteps, and Ayling (6.73). He also leads the charts for defensive snaps, total ball in play, offensive passing duels and blocked balls. The 28-year-old from Madrid is the one Goes through a better state of form within the team in the last month in which he has played 274 minutes with a grade of 7.06 ahead of Meslier with 6.61 in 373 minutes already Koch with 6.42 in 329′. The remarkable performance of the Spanish footballer makes him the third fittest center-back in the Premier after Coady from Wolves (7.41) and the Brendtford footballer Jansson (7,07).

Llorente adds the best figures of his career. The defender generates a value of 0.31 in his total actions. Only at the beginning of last season when he played 94 minutes as a txuri-urdín did he have a better number with 0.37. But if we look at the previous season, 19/20, when he played 2,403 minutes, his value per 90 minutes was 0.23. The unstoppable growth of the center-back has led to his market value for Olocip increase by two million euros in one season and stand at 18 million. Llorente and his companions from Leeds they look with concern at the three days they have left to play in the Premier. Peacocks face Chelsea y Brighton at home and close the season against Brentford out. The English team changed coach at the end of February. Bielsa left the team three points above relegation and Jessie Marsch took over to straighten a course that has followed an irregular path and that could lead them to hell. With 270 minutes to reverse the situation, Diego Llorente shows its light among the darkness.