Thanks for clearing that up mate.
We can all watch him carefully on Thursday night.
It doesn't account for the fact that teams hoof the ball up the park against us, leading to Goldson being less likely to be in a position to make an interception, as opposed to Souttar playing against teams like us and Celtic who have a great deal of passing around the opposition box, and that the other teams don't always play hoof all against Hearts.
Same as blocked shots, not adjusted really for the type of chances we give up compared to Hearts. Look at the amount of blocks made due to the box being congested and shots being difficult to get of cleanly, makes it easier to block shots that way.
We give up shots and it's either from set plays or we are exposed at the back.
The important ones there are defensive duels and defensive headers, which Goldson is ahead of in both.