Barcelona ace Philippe Coutinho's stats with Liverpool this season are still outperforming those of Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.
Pogba has only scored five goals — two of those came against Manchester City — all season in the Premier League. The France international has also only provided 25 key passes all campaign for his team-mates, with a total of 34 chances created.
That has all come over the course of 22 appearances, reports the Daily Mail.
In contrast, Coutinho only made a grand total of 14 appearances before leaving the Reds for the Nou Camp.
But while he was still at Anfield, Coutinho scored seven goals in the league — two more than Pogba has managed.
He also played 34 key passes — compared to Pogba's 25 — and provided six assists, which is a total of 40 chances created, still six more than the United man's record.