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Publicado em Dec. 18, 2022

FIFA World Cup 2022 – Qatar Croatia 2 x 1 Morocco

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Croatia: 2        

Morocco: 1    

           

Croatia had 52% performance relative to a team operating at peak performance and Morocco had 49%.       


           

           

Relative intensity in the game:    

           

         Croatia: 52%

         Morocco: 48%

           

Finishes:    

           

         Regular number of finishes in the game, 19.

         Croatia: had a good number of finishes compared to a team acting at maximum performance. The goal-direction rate was 33%, which is a bad rate.

         Morocco: had a regular number of submissions. The goal-direction rate was 29%, which is a bad rate.

           

Disarms:       

           

         Croatia: neutralized 8% of the opponent's plays. Rate below average.

         Morocco: neutralized 8% of the opponent's moves. Rate below average.

           

         Croatia-Ivan Perisic-midfielder and Croatia-Ivan Perisic-midfielder were the ones who disarmed the most.

           

Passes:

           

         Croatia: had a good rate. Used 10% of long passes as resources.

         Morocco: had a good rate. Used 10% of long passes as resources.

         Croatia-Josip Sutalo-defender was the one who hit the most passes.

           

What to keep: 

           

         Croatia: in this game there was no highlight of high performance

         Morocco: in this game there was no highlight of high performance

           

What to improve:          

           

         Croatia: intensity

         morocco: intensity

           

The tireless of the game were:  

           

         Croatia - Luka Modric - steering wheel

         Croatia-Josko Gvardiol-Defender

         Croatia-Mateo Kovacic-midfielder

           

The best performances:     

           

         Josko Gvardiol, Croatia defender

         Josip Sutalo, Croatia defender

         Luka Modric, Croatia defender

           

Worst performance:       

           

         Mislav Orsic, Croatia midfielder

         Youssef En-Nesyri, Morocco striker

 

 

 

 

 

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(*) 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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