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Publicado em Dec. 4, 2022

World Cup 2022 – Day 14 Final Eighth

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

Argentina: 2    

Australia: 0     

           

Argentina had 79% of performance relative to a high performance team and Australia had 40%.  


           

Relative intensity in the game:    

           

         Argentina: 67%

         Australia: 33%

           

Finishes:    

           

         Regular number of finishes in the game, 19.

         Argentina: had a good number of shots compared to a high performance team. The goal-direction rate was 36%, which is regular

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

         Who scored the most correct finishes: Argentina-Lionel Messi, striker, finishing twice.

           

Disarms:       

           

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

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

           

         Argentina-Nicolás Otamendi, defender and Argentina-Cristian Romero, defender were the ones who disarmed the most.

           

Passes:

           

         Argentina: had a high performance rate. Used 6% of long passes as resources.

         Australia: needs to evolve. Mistakes in passes can mean a defeat. Used 9% of long passes as resources.

         Argentina-Enzo Fernández, midfielder was the one who made the most passes.

           

What to keep: 

           

         Argentina: pass success rate and tackle rate

         Australia: no high performance standouts

           

What to improve:          

           

         Argentina: number of submissions

         Australia: tackle rate

           

The tireless of the game were:  

           

         Argentina-Enzo Fernández, midfielder

         Argentina-Rodrigo de Paul, midfielder

         Argentina-Nicolas Otamendi, defender

           

The best performances:     

           

         Enzo Fernández, Argentina midfielder

         Nicolás Otamendi, Argentina defender

         Cristian Romero, Argentina defender

           

Worst performance:       

           

         Mitchell Duke, Australia striker

 


 

United States: 1       

Netherlands: 3      

           

The United States had 61% of performance relative to a team operating at maximum performance and the Netherlands had 42%.


     

                               

Relative intensity in the game:    

           

         United States: 59%

         Netherlands: 41%

           

Finishes:    

           

         Good number of submissions in the match, 27.

         United States: had an excellent number of submissions compared to a team working at peak performance. The goal-direction rate was 44%, which is regular

         Netherlands: had a good number of finishes compared to a team acting at maximum performance. The goal-direction rate was 55%, which is a good rate.

         Most successful finishers: United States-Christian Pulisic, midfielder, 3 submissions.

           

Disarms:       

           

         United States: Neutralized 12% of the opponent's moves. Above average rate.

         Holland: neutralized 10% of the opponent's moves.

           

         United States-Tim Ream, defender and United States-Walker Zimmerman, defender were the ones that disarmed the most.

           

Passes:

           

         United States: had a good rate. Used 8% of long passes as resources.

         Netherlands: needs to evolve. Mistakes in passes can mean a defeat. Used 12% of long passes as resources.

         United States-Tyler Adams, defensive midfielder was the one who made the most passes.

           

What to keep: 

           

         United States: rate of tackles

         Netherlands: correct shot rate

           

What to improve:          

           

         United States: intensity

         Netherlands: intensity

           

The tireless of the game were:  

           

         United States-Tim Ream, quarterback

         United States – Walker Zimmerman, halfback

         United States-Tyler Adams, steering wheel

           

The best performances:     

           

         Tim Ream, USA defender

         Tyler Adams, United States defensive midfielder

         Walker Zimmerman, United States defender

           

Worst performance:       

           

         Jordan Morris, United States 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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