UtdArena
2 months ago
Marcus Rashford 19/20:

ā± ā€“ 26.2 90s
āš½ ā€“ 19 goals
šŸŽÆ ā€“ 6 assists

Anthony Martial 19/20:

ā± ā€“ 28.0 90s
āš½ ā€“ 16 goals
šŸŽÆ ā€“ 5 assists

Mason Greenwood 19/20:

ā± ā€“ 18.9 90s
āš½ ā€“ 12 goals
šŸŽÆ ā€“ 2 assists https://t.co/t2yZUOTkfb

Marcus Rashford 19/20: ā± ā€“ 26.2 90s āš½ ā€“ 19 goals šŸŽÆ ā€“ 6 assists Anthony Martial 19/20: ā± ā€“ 28.0 90s āš½ ā€“ 16 goals šŸŽÆ ā€“ 5 assists Mason Greenwood 19/20: ā± ā€“ 18.9 90s āš½ ā€“ 12 goals šŸŽÆ ā€“ 2 assists https://t.co/t2yZUOTkfb

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  • UtdArena
    2 months ago

    The term ā€œ90sā€ refers to how many total games the player has been on the pitch for when his minutes have been added up. If Player A plays two games, both 45 minutes each, he will have played 90 minutes overall, this is equal to one 90. If he plays another 45 then it's 1.5 90s.

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  • @utdarena If he played a whole game, then would you call it 90 or join the added time too? Because you'd clearly have to add it for the substitutes?

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  • Jordan
    2 months ago

    @utdarena These numbers will increase massively with a full season playing Pogba and Fernandes

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  • ARYAN
    2 months ago

    @utdarena Good to see someone analyse time played correctly instead of just games played & appearances. Minutes is fine too but 90s seems more concise.

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  • (fan)
    2 months ago

    @utdarena cheers for adding the 6th assist finally

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