After a quiet first part of the season at Alvalade, Tiago Tomás packed his bags and traveled to Germany on loan from Sporting, to help Stuttgart in the fight for Bundesliga permanence.
A little over a month and a half later, it is not unreasonable to say that the bet has been won by both parties: the team and the player.
In seven games, TT has already kicked three times, and this weekend he even played a decisive role, scoring the goal of victory against Augsburgwhich allows Stuttgart to leave the relegation zone.
The young Portuguese Under-21 international already deserves prominent pages on the official website of the German emblem, and there is even a curious stat in which he surpasses… Robert Lewandowski.
It’s just that Tiago Tomás has scored three goals from ten attempts, which means he only needs an average of 3.3 shots to tip the opposing nets. Compared to Lewandowki, the Pole has 31 goals on 134 shots which gives an average of 4.3 attempts for every goal scored.
What’s more, Stuttgart points out, TT was the fastest player in the team led by Pellegrino Matarazzo on Matchday 27, with a top speed of 35.6 km/h, a club record at the time.