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Infographic: David Silva vs Juan Mata

David Silva and Juan Mata are two members of the Spanish armada who have taken the English Premier League by storm. Dominating teams in their own right, the duo have been instrumental in helping their respective clubs achieve success.

It is argued that David Silva in 2011/12 had his best season in a City shirt, helping them to the Premier League title, while Juan Mata is largely credited for Chelsea’s success in this past 2012/13 campaign. So who would you rather have, 2011/12’s David Silva or 2012/13’s Juan Mata.

Silva vs Mata

 

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