ENZO FERNANDEZ'S poor start to life at Chelsea has continued with a worrying Premier League stat coming to light.
The World Cup-winning Argentine, 22, joined the Blues from Benfica in January for a British transfer record.
Chelsea shelled out £106million on the midfielder, adding to the £200m-plus already spent in the winter window.
However, Fernandez is yet to win a game with the Stamford Bridge club.
He has played five games across all competitions for Chelsea, losing three and drawing two.
And he is struggling to adjust to life in the Prem in particular, with a concerning stat coming to light.
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According to WhoScored.com, no player in Europe's Top Five Leagues is being dribbled past more times per game than Fernandez, since his move to Chelsea.
He is being dribbled past an astonishing three times per game.
Chelsea lost their last outing 2-0 to London rivals Tottenham.
And Fernandez played a role in Spurs' opening goal.
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The Argentine fluffed his clearance, which fell into the path of Oliver Skipp, who cannoned a shot in off the underside of the crossbar.
However, fans have been quick to dismiss the woeful stat.
One said on Twitter: "He’s alone in the midfield playing with a mediocre manager who doesn’t know how to use him and not in his natural position but you must run your agenda."
On the other hand, rival fans have been less forgiving.
A Manchester United fan declared: "When I said that Fred is better than this guy Chelsea fans cooked me."
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