Although Parejo is not as decisive as he was in Valencia, Coslada's is still the compass of Villarreal, just as it was in Valencia. The midfielder guides the Submarino in the same way that he did in Mestalla. His data, in terms of passes, highlights the relevance he has in the game.

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Parejo is the second LaLiga player with the most passes and the second with the best percentage of completed passes. The Villarreal midfielder only has Frankie de Jong ahead. Parejo, to date, has made 1804 passes, of which 1636 were completed. De Jong performed 1876 and completed 1711. At Valencia, the only one who comes close to former captain Ché is Daniel Wass. The Dane is the player who has made the most passes, but he is a long way from Parejo. Wass made 978 passes, 733 completions.

It is obvious that Parejo remains the same in terms of the organization of his team in the center of the field. However, at Villarreal, Even is not so differential, in terms of treading less area, does not shoot penalties and from his position, gives fewer assists than in Valencia. In absolute numbers, Parejo has scored three goals and has given three assists this season, with Villarreal, with 33 games played.

The data says that he is still a long way from his best seasons with Valencia, although he still has 13 league games plus the Europa League to reach them. Specifically, since Parejo joined the che team, In his second season as a Valencian player (2012-13), he never dropped below 6 assists. It was in the 2015-16 season and last year. His record was 10, in the 2016-17 and 2017-18 seasons. Neither in the scoring chapter Parejo is close to his records in Valencia. Of course, it should be noted that in Valencia he was in charge of the maximum penalties and in Villarreal Gerard Moreno throws penalties. Parejo scored up to 11 goals in the 2014-15 and 2015-16 courses; one less scored in the past two seasons.