And Superman learned to fly literally a day earlier. You're imposing power mastery onto the film that doesn't exist. The only time his edge is relevant is with his senses. Minutes after landing on Earth, Faora could jump to the vessel with precision, Zod could throw a truck with precision, and Nam-Ek plucked an A-10 out of the sky on the first try. You're inventing a nonexistent advantage for Clark.
When's the last time you parked your car, then just sat there in the garage through the middle of the day?
Yeah. Again, just compare Clark and Zod learning to fly. Had the fight gone on, Zod would've continued to get stronger and whatever advantages Clark had would've been gone.
When I read the Dark Knight Returns there was a scene in which Batman and Superman are conversing about something. Superman is being his all American boy routine, and Batman isn't buying any of it. It read as if Batman legit saw Superman as a self important douchebag and not the selfless hero he's always portrayed as.
MoS and BvS are both from that same perspective - this asshole thinks he's SOOO great, but look at him, he's a fraud.
There's a quote in BvS about projecting ourselves onto these icons, and how some people see him as a god and others the devil figure. That's kind of what's happening here, if that's your read on it.
And that quote ends by asking what if Superman is just a guy trying to do the right thing, which is really all he is. Deciding what the right thing is is the troublesome part in the world.