Luton Town have started the season well and are currently sitting in the 5th position in the EFL Championship table. The reason behind their good run is the goalscoring form of some of the players and one of them is Harry Cornick. The forward is into one of the most productive seasons of his career in front of the goal.
When looking at the above chart, the general rule is that the longer the bar the better the performance – you can see the league average in the middle and the % is the percentile rank the player is in.
Harry Cornick has featured in all the 14 matches for his team this season. The forward has started 13 games and was subbed on in one game. Cornick has scored six goals and averages 0.48 goals per 90. One of the top goalscorers in the league, Cornick has attempted 16 shots and has created an xG rate of 3.1. He averages 1.29 shots per 90 and his shot accuracy is 56.25%. Cornick has also provided two assists and carries an expected assist rate of 3.37 this season. He offers more than nine attacking actions per 90. The bar is high in almost every aspect and this means that he is one of the top performers in the league.
The above chart shows the attacking and creativity stats from last season. He made 40 appearances and scored one goal along with six assists. His average per 90 is comparatively low from this season. He attempted more dribbles and his attacking actions were more but created less threat rate with them. The player has shown improvement in the attacking and creativity areas.
The pass map of the forward player shows that he has operated more from the right side of the attack. His passes have been direct and most of the passes have landed in the opposition penalty box. Few passes into the opposition 6-yard box have created the most threat rate for him. Most of his passes have been towards right-back James Bree. The two assists provided by him were in the same game against Coventry City. The forward provided the assists to Elijah Adebayo and Luke Berry.
This is the map that shows the shots taken by Cornick. The forward has attempted 16 shots and found the back of the net six times. Five goals were scored from inside the opposition box and one goal was scored from just outside the penalty box. He has taken 40 touches inside the opposition box. Last season he attempted 27 shots in 40 matches and managed to hit the target only eight times.
The above chart shows the goal contributions by players for the current season. Cornick has eight goal contributions and is has the joint-most contribution for his team. His xG contribution rate for the season is 6.4.
Harry Cornick has already surpassed his previous season’s goal-scoring tally. The Englishman is having one of the best starts to a campaign and his team Luton Town look in good form. They would expect some more contributions so that they can challenge the other teams for the top six spots.