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Publicado em Dec. 18, 2022

FIFA World Cup 2022 – Qatar The Best of the Cup

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According to the FIF-AI, of the almost 1,000 players who played in the World Cup, the ten most at home follow, in order from best to worst. In the classification, players who played in only one match were disregarded and the evaluation measure for creating the ranking was the individual average per match of the FIF-AI.

 

Goalkeepers (*):

                           

1) Unai Simon, Spain

2) Yann Sommer, Switzerland

3) Manuel Neuer, Germany

4) Thibaut Courtois, Belgium

5) Matt Turner, United States

6) Andries Noppert, Netherlands

7) Guillermo Ochoa, Mexico

8) Jordan Pickford, England

9) Dominik Livakovich, Croatia

10)  Kasper Schmeichel, Denmark

 

(*) Experimentally, the AI ​​listed the goalkeepers who, when required, had the best performance. In previous FIF-AI analyses, goalkeepers were not considered.

 

 

Defenders:

 

1) Aymeric Laporte, Spain

2) Andreas Christensen, Denmark

3) Jan Vertonghen, Belgium

4) Toby Alderweireld, Belgium

5) Nicolas Otamendi, Argentina

6) John Stones, England

7) Josko Gvardiol, Croatia

8) Joachim Andersen, Denmark

9) Harry Maguire, England

10)  Tim Ream, United States

 

 

Sides:

 

1) Jordi Alba, Spain

2) Josip Juranovic, Croatia

3) Timothy Castagne, Belgium

4) Eder Militão, Brazil

5) Luke Shaw, England

6) Alex Sandro, Brazil

7) David Raum, Germany

8) Danilo, Brazil

9) Silvan Widmer, Switzerland

10)  Theo Hernandez, France

 

 

 

Steering wheels:

 

1) Rodri, Spain

2) Rodrigo de Paul, Argentina

3) Joshua Kimmich, Germany

4) Axel Witsel, Belgium

5) Tyler Adams, United States

6) Pierre Hojbjerg, Denmark

7) Marcelo Brozovic, Croatia

8) Frenkie de Jong, Netherlands

9) Aurélien Tchouaméni, France

10)  Luka Modric, Croatia

           

 

Socks:

 

1) Pedri, Spain

2) Mateo Kovacic, Croatia

3) Enzo Fernández, Argentina

4) Rodrigo Bentancur, Uruguay

5) Alistair Johnston, Canada

6) Federico Valverde, Uruguay

7) Stephen Eustace, Canada

8) Christian Eriksen, Denmark

9) Aissa Laidouni, Tunisia

10)  In-beom Hwang, South Korea

 

 

Attackers:

 

1) Antoine Griezmann, France

2) Akram Afif, Qatar

3) Lionel Messi, Argentina

4) Neymar, Brazil

5) Salem Al Dawsari, Saudi Arabia

6) Joel Campbell, Costa Rica

7) Serge Gnabry, Germany

8) Raphinha, Brazil

9) Ousmane Dembélé, France

10)  Hassan Al Haydos, Qatar

 

 

By FIF-AI, the ranking of selections would be as follows. Remembering that intensity is a great indicator of game performance, but goals define:

 

1) Spain

2) Argentina

3) England

4) Germany

5) Brazil

6) Belgium

7) Denmark

8) Croatia

9) Portugal

10)  Holland

11)  France

12)  United States

13)  Canada

14)  Switzerland

15)  South Korea

16)  Uruguay

17)  Ecuador

18)  Mexico

19)  Serbia

20)  Japan

21)  Wales

22)  Qatar

23)  Senegal

24)  Morocco

25)  Cameroon

26)  Tunisia

27)  Saudi Arabia

28)  Australia

29)  Poland

30)  Costa Rica

31)  Ghana

32)  Will


 

Below is the game intensity graph of the teams that are playing in the final. Here there is still no data from today's game, where Argentina won the Cup.  

 

 

 

And then, the graph of the intensity of the teams that disputed the 3rd place, won by Croatia.


  

 

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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