"Ok, so now it is not that we have won all games when Jorginho started (which now we haven't) but that we are unbeaten when he's started. I'm fed up with people using wrongly statistics. What about comparing to the random expectation drawn from the team results and all the players? That's what proper stats do, not just counting games to draw a conclusion that it is most likely not a direct result of the variable (Jorginho playing) and certainly not significant. Also, correlation is not causation!!!"
Just do a two sample T test and there you go. We average 2.21 points per game when Jorginh