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Publicado em Dec. 4, 2022

World Cup 2022 – Day 12

12/04/2022 - Analysis of yesterday's games according to Artificial Intelligence

Germany: 4  

Costa Rica: 1  

           

Germany had a 79% performance relative to a high performance team and Costa Rica had 33%


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Relative intensity in the game:            

           

         Germany: 71%

         Costa Rica: 29%

           

Finishes:  

           

         Excellent number of submissions in the match, 37.

         Germany: had an excellent number of finishes compared to a high performance team. The goal-direction rate was 47%, which is a good rate.

         Costa Rica: had a regular number of submissions. The goal-direction rate was 71%, which is an excellent rate.

         Who scored the most goals: Germany-Jamal Musiala, midfielder, finishing 4 times.

           

Disarms:      

           

         Germany: neutralized 13% of the opponent's plays. Above average rate.

         Costa Rica: neutralized 7% of the opponent's plays. Rate below average.

           

         Costa Rica-Juan Vargas, defender and Costa Rica-Juan Vargas, defender were the ones who disarmed the most.

           

Passes:

           

         Germany: had a high performance rate. Used 8% of long passes as resources.

         Costa Rica: needs to evolve. Mistakes in passes can mean a defeat. Used 14% of long passes as resources.

         Germany-Joshua Kimmich, defensive midfielder, was the one who hit the most passes.

           

What to keep:           

           

         Germany: intensity

         Costa Rica: no high performance standouts

           

What to improve:        

           

         Germany: shots on goal rate

         Costa Rica: intensity

           

The tireless of the game were:         

           

         Germany-Joshua Kimmich, steering wheel

         Germany-Niklas Süle, defender

         Germany-Antonio Rüdiger, defender

           

The best performances:  

           

         Niklas Süle, Germany defender

         Joshua Kimmich, Germany midfielder

         David Raum, Germany winger

           

Worst performance:     

           

         Roan Wilson, Costa Rica striker

         Jewison Bennette, Costa Rica midfielder

 

 


 

Spain: 1     

Japan: 2         

           

Spain had super intensity relative to a high performance team and Japan had 20%. 


                             

Relative intensity in the game:            

           

         Spain: 84%

         Japan: 16%

           

Finishes:  

           

         Regular number of finishes in the game, 19.

         Spain: had a good number of finishes compared to a high performance team. The goal-direction rate was 38%, which is regular

         Japan: had a number of poor finishes. The drive to goal rate was 50%, which is a good rate.

         Who scored the most correct shots: Spain-Alvaro Morata, striker, finishing 3 times.

           

Disarms:      

           

         Spain: neutralized 18% of the opponent's moves. Above average rate.

         Japan: Neutralized 4% of the opponent's moves. Rate below average.

           

         Japan-Shogo Taniguchi, defender and Spain-Pau Torres, defender were the ones who disarmed the most.

           

Passes:

           

         Spain: had a high performance rate. Used 4% of long passes as resources.

         Japan: needs to evolve. Mistakes in passes can mean a defeat. Used 13% of long passes as resources.

         Spain-Rodri, midfielder was the one who hit the most passes.

           

What to keep:           

           

         Spain: intensity

         Japan: no high performance standouts

           

What to improve:        

           

         Spain: yesterday's game showed that despite the high intensity, there are flaws in Spain's game. It is worth noting that Japan used long passes and speed to try to surprise.

         Japan: despite the victory, they played a low-intensity game

           

The tireless of the game were:         

           

         Spain-Pau Torres, defender

         Spain-Rodri, steering wheel

         Spain-Pedri, half

           

The best performances:  

           

         Rodri, Spain midfielder

         Pau Torres, Spain defender

         Pedri, Spain midfielder

           

Worst performance:     

           

         Takuma Asano, Japan striker

 


 

Canada: 0      

Morocco: 2   

           

Canada had 52% of performance relative to a high performance team and Morocco had 34%.   


           

Relative intensity in the game:            

           

         Canada: 60%

         Morocco: 40%

           

Finishes:  

           

         Little number of submissions, 11.

         Canada: had a number of poor finishes. The goal driving rate was 20%, which is a bad rate.

         Morocco: had a number of bad finishes. The goal-direction rate was 33%, which is a bad rate.

           

Disarms:      

           

         Canada: Neutralized 11% of the opponent's plays. Above average rate.

         Morocco: neutralized 14% of the opponent's moves. Above average rate.

           

         Morocco-Romain Saïss, defender and Morocco-Nayef Aguerd, defender were the ones who disarmed the most.

           

Passes:

           

         Canada: had a high performance rate. Used 8% of long passes as resources.

         Morocco: needs to evolve. Mistakes in passes can mean a defeat. Used 14% of long passes as resources.

         Canada-Kamal Miller, defender was the one who hit the most passes.

           

What to keep:           

           

         Canada: no high performance standouts

         Morocco: rate of tackles

           

What to improve:        

           

         Canada: intensity, finishes and rate of finishes

         morocco: intensity

           

The tireless of the game were:         

           

         Canada-Kamal Miller, halfback

         Canada-Steven Victoria, halfback

         Canada-Alistair Johnston, midfielder

           

The best performances:  

           

         Kamal Miller, defender from Canada

         Steven Victoria, Canada defender

         Sofyan Amrabat, midfielder from Morocco

           

Worst performance:     

           

         Tajon Buchanan, forward from Canada

         Cyle Larin, forward from Canada

 


 

Belgium: 0       

Croatia: 0      

           

Belgium had 66% of performance relative to a high performance team and Croatia had 58%.       


                       

Relative intensity in the game:            

           

         Belgium: 53%

         Croatia: 47%

           

Finishes:  

           

         Good number of submissions in the match, 23.

         Belgium: had a good number of finishes compared to a high performance team. The goal-direction rate was 23%, which is a bad rate.

         Croatia: had a good number of finishes compared to a high performance team. The goal-direction rate was 40%, which is regular

         Most successful finishers: Belgium-Romelu Lukaku, striker, finishing twice.

           

Disarms:      

           

         Belgium: neutralized 7% of the opponent's plays. Rate below average.

         Croatia: neutralized 7% of the opponent's plays. Rate below average.

           

         Belgium-Thomas Meunier, winger and Belgium-Toby Alderweireld, defender were the ones who disarmed the most.

           

Passes:

           

         Belgium: had a high performance rate. Used 11% of long passes as resources.

         Croatia: had a good rate. Used 9% of long passes as resources.

         Belgium-Jan Vertonghen, defender was the one who hit the most passes.

           

What to keep:           

           

         Belgium: no high performance standouts

         Croatia: no high performance standouts

           

What to improve:        

           

         Belgium: intensity

         Croatia: intensity

           

The tireless of the game were:         

           

         Croatia-Borna Sosa, lateral

         Belgium-Toby Alderweireld, defender

         Belgium-Jan Vertonghen, defender

           

The best performances:  

           

         Jan Vertonghen, Belgium defender

         Toby Alderweireld, Belgium defender

         Josko Gvardiol, Croatia defender

           

Worst performance:     

           

         Marko Livaja, Croatia striker

         Dries Mertens, Belgium striker

 

 

Artificial Intelligence does not understand football, but it reveals patterns and important details for professionals, specialists and executives who want to identify key points for consistent improvement in their businesses.

 

One of the great advantages of AI is the capacity for in-depth analysis in real time, keeping the business in question at a high level of dynamism.

 

(*) FIF-AI: Football Intensity Factor, developed with the application of AI - Artificial Intelligence applied to football data generated from high-performance games and updated with continuous learning techniques.

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