Category Archives: shot statistics

Mohamed Salah at Roma and Liverpool

The analysis shows that Salah performance has much improved at Liverpool. The number of goals scored – double his tally (31 vs. 15) at Roma with roughly the same number of matches and minutes played – is a strong indicator. But we must account that at Roma he had fewer shots (74 vs. 132) as Dzeko was the main target there.the right side of the goal (Pic. 1), while at Liverpool were more evenly distributed, though the right side remained favourite. Logically, this also the side where most of his shots assists came from. Continue reading

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Conversion rates (SG) by shot Location

How shot location affects goal conversion (xG) in the MLS Continue reading

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Shooting stars of the MLS

The easiest and (probably) best way to cluster with respect to a binary variable (goals vs. shots) is to use the algorithm known as classification by decision tree induction (DT) Continue reading

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Rank and Cluster of teams by Shot Statistics – EPL 2015-16

Thanks to Michael Caley‘s for sharing the data (http://cartilagefreecaptain.sbnation.com/2014/2/12/5404348/english-premier-league-shot-statistics) which allowed this analysis to take place.  Michael’s Glossary of the stats copied from the same blog has been added at the bottom. I have taken taken the data from the … Continue reading

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