picture has practically no relevance but I <3 Nora so allow
Basically this, but for the last season. The scorer of the winning goal is the one who got the goal that meant you won the match, so in a 2-1 win it would be the person who scored your second goal, and in a 4-1 win it would also be the person who scored your second goal. This is sposed to be quite objective and bullet-proof, so that even if it’s like a 6-1 over QPR where Torres scored three of those goals, the goal that would matter here is the second chronological one for Chels, which John Terry scored.
(for games over two legs, I’ve done the scorer of the winning goal on aggregate and thus discounted the first game (unless the first game was where the winning goal was scored). So say the aggregate score was 5-4, the person who scored the fifth, rather than the person who scored the winner on the night, I’ve counted as the winner. But this one is subjective! Also if a game finished a draw and was decided by penalties, I’ve picked the scorer of the winning penalty)
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