- Barca's winger has been without a league goal for seven games which is his worst streak in six years.
- Griezmann's latest assist dates back to Ernesto Valverde's final month at the helm of the Catalan giants.
- Martial, for his part, scored a hat-trick in Manchester United's second game after the Premier League return.
French great Frank Leboeuf has made a staggering prediction ahead of the next year's European Championship. He has claimed Antoine Griezmann could lose his starting spot at the national team to Manchester United's Anthony Martial.
Leboeuf told ESPN: "It's true that with the problems that Griezmann is having right now at Barcelona, with Giroud getting older, there is a clear chance for Anthony Martial to be in the squad and to maybe be in the first XI."
It's true that Griezmann has been suffering from goalless drought. He has gone without a goal for seven league games in a row which is his worst streak in six years.
In total, the winger hasn't managed a single goal in all competitions for six consecutive games. The last time he scored a crucial equalizer in the 1-1 away draw against Napoli in the Champions League round of 16.
Relive the memories of Griezmann's crucial away goal against Napoli in the Champions League round of 16:
The 29-year-old has scored 14 goals and provided 4 assists in 41 games for Barcelona since his €120m move last summer. So far, he has only missed one game.
Anthony Martial, for his part, has hit a stunning form after the lockdown. He scored a hat-trick against Sheffield United this Wednesday. This game was United's second since the Premier League return.
In total, the 24-year-old has registered 19 goals and five assists in 36 matches for the Red Devils this season.
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