Selasa, 24 Mei 2011

Statistic for BPL 2010/2011 - part IV

8 - Charlie Adam took more penalties than 16 of the Premier League clubs in 2010-11.

9 - Manchester City won the most penalties, scoring with eight of them.

16.9% - Manchester United had the best conversion rate and bottom side West Ham the lowest (10.3%)

8 - Manchester City scored the most deflected goals this season (eight).

11 - Manchester United substitutes scored the most goals in 2010-11.

56% - Stoke had the lowest pass completion in the opposition half.

75% - Arsenal had the best pass completion in the attacking third.

15% - Manchester City were the least successful crossers in the top-flight in 2010-11, with only 15% of the wide deliveries reaching a team-mate.

570 - Stoke took 570 long throws in 2010-11, the next highest was Bolton with 288.

0 - Wigan remain the only team to have played in the English top-flight and not been relegated.

14 - Birmingham played just 14 defence-splitting through balls all season, fewer than any other side.

1104 - Arsenal made more touches in the opposition penalty area than any other side in 2010-11.

1 - Fulham only conceded one penalty all season, fewer than any other side.

120 - West Ham were caught offside more than any other team.

78 & 7 - Promoted teams Newcastle and WBA collected the most yellow and red cards respectively.

239 - Blackpool and West Ham both allowed the opposition 239 shots on target over the season, more than any other side.

9 - Arsenal saw nine opponents sent off, a 2010-11 high, all nine of them were straight red cards.

76.4% - Joe Hart had the best saves-to-shots ratio of any regular goalkeeper in 2010-11.

96 - Ashley Young was the most fouled player in the division, 96 times.

61% - Arsenal were the only team who averaged over 60% possession this season.

38% - Stoke averaged 38% possession in 2010-11, the only team to average under 40%.

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