Given that there was no real second front until halfway through 1944 and the only kind of air warfare available to the anglos was strategic in nature, that isn't exactly a surprise is it? They had years to perfect it in comparative peace.
The VVS did undertake serious bombing campaigns with night bombers, by the way, and had a special command set up for it that pulled the pick of the litter from all over the branch.
The anglos could barely find enough Germans in the west to rack up the comparatively modest scores they did, especially when there were god knows how many other men jockeying for any given kill. Can you imagine what it would mean if any westerner actually racked up something like 100 kills? They would have practically dealt a death blow to the small portion of the luftwaffe that was in the west single handed.
On-topic, after years of flying online I've developed a Pavlovian fear response to 109s. My natural response now to is shake my fist at them, like snoopy at the red baron.