snowstranger (snowstranger) wrote in linguaphiles,

Doubt about an English phrase

Hello, just a quick question. Which of these options is correct?

(I don't think there's a football player about whose goals I'm happier than about Torres's.) sounds awkward
I don't think there's a football player about whose goals I'm happier than Torres's. ungrammatical
(I don't think there's a football player about whose goals I'm happier than Torres.) different meaning

I'm going with option d:
I don't think there's any football player about whose goals I'm happier than I am about Torres's.

Thank you!
Tags: english, phrases
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