We’ve seen some impressive winning ratios over the years; England’s greatest ever manager, Sam Allardyce, has the outstanding 100% record; unlikely to ever be topped. And, players themselves in the Premier League have killer stats; Jamie Vardy 95% Saturday night out attendance, Mesut Ozil’s 91% guarantee of going missing in the big games, and Jack Wilshere’s impressive 96% of ensuring the team doctors receive their Christmas bonus.
There’s also the lads who we’ve forgotten, and maybe for the wrong reasons. Javi Garcia, anyone? Well, the former Citizen has the seventh best winning percentage ratio in the Premier League, who bloody knew?! But, who else joins the Spaniard in the top 10?
N.b before you all come hurling saying Manchester United flops such as Bebe had a better ratio, this top 10 have all clocked fifty caps or more…
Patrice Evra, 68.1%
King of Bant himself. What a record for how many games the Frenchman played. Heeeee lovessss thisss gameeee. Source: Twitter
N’Golo Kanté, 68.5%
Makélélé 2.0. Source: Twitter
Noooo?! How?! Henry et al's. backs must be knackered from carrying blokes like, Edu. Source: Twitter
Javi Garcia, 69.8%
Ay?!!! The bloke was utter shite. And he's .2% of a First at uni. Source: Twitter
Ricardo Carvalho, 70.4%
Quality, quality player. Anchored the Chelsea back four better than JT. Source: Twitter
Michael Ballack, 70.5%
Started to life slow in England. However, when the midfielder found his feet, there was a greater German presence in London than the amount of steins at Winter Wonderland. Source: Twitter
Nemanja Vidić, 70.6%
Best Premier League centre-back in the 21st century. Source: Twitter
Claude Makélélé, 70.8%
N'Golo Kanté 1.0. Source: Twitter
Paulo Ferreira, 72.3%
The most overlooked full-back in the Premier League. Nine years of top service. Source: Twitter
Arjen Robben, 82.1%
How has this bloke clocked over 80%?! Thought he wanted to get on a flight out of London quicker than England trying to leave France in the summer. Source: Twitter
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Some surprising, and not surprising names; hats off to the Chelsea boy for making up 60% of the list ?.