Top 5 PB:
252, 219, 188, 168, 167
PB Scores over 200:
PB Scores over 250:
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Key FIC Player Rankings
Peak PB Scores
Theo Hernandez is a left back for AC Milan. Hernandez is a strong, fast player and he often progresses down the left wing averaging 3.86 dribbles per 90 with a 52.4% success rate. Hernandez is also a particularly strong finisher and averages the 9th most shots per 90 of all defenders in PB leagues this season. Hernandez averages 1.5 shots per 90, hitting 34.3% on target and scoring 6 goals in 30 Serie A games. Hernandez does cross often, averaging 3.16 crosses per 90, but only 17.9% successfull reach a teammate. Hernandez has only scored 1 GWG this season and this led to him hitting his highest PB score of 252. Overall, Hernandez suits the PB fairly well and with 6 goals and 5 assists this season, his ability to contribute towards goals could lead to higher PB scores in the future, especially if he scores the GWG more freuqently. Therefore, he has a strong chance of earning more match day dividends in the future. To improve further, Hernandez could improve his crossing accuracy further.
1 Year Price Graph
Theo Hernandez's price started the season at just £0.56. Following strong performances and two PB scores over 200 in December/January, Hernandez's price hit £2.06 in January 2020. Hernandez's price dropped to £1.62 in March during the Covid-19 dip but has increased considerably since and currently sits at £2.28 with a £2.16 instant sell price. Hernandez has undoubtedly had a very strong season and he has a lot of potential to continue to improve further in the future. Furthermore, he has reportedly gained interest from Barcelona and PSG and a move to either side would likely lead to his price rising further. Hernandez appears fairly strong value at his current price given his potential to earn more match day dividends in the future. Hernandez could also battle for the left-back spot for France's national side in the future and if he was to break into the France first team, it is likely his price would rise further. Overall, Hernandez's price already very much reflects his quality and potential to improve further and so he may not rise so much further in price in the short term. Longer term, Hernandez appears a fairly strong hold at his current price.
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