Daegu FC’s Go Jae-hyun was named the player with the most sprints in the K League 1 in September. According to the September player performance statistics released by the Korea Football Association (KFA) on September 12, Ko recorded a total of 116 sprints (totaling 2,713 meters) in rounds 29-32 of the K League 1, surpassing Kim Seung-dae (Pohang – 113 sprints, totaling 2,528 meters) for the top spot.A sprint is defined as a run with an average speed of more than 22.68 kilometers per hour while maintaining a speed of 14.4 kilometers per hour for at least two seconds. Vasellus (Daegu) finished third in both number of sprints and distance with 93 sprints totaling 2,175 meters. In the fastest sprint category, Pohang Steelers’ Wandelsson topped the list.
Wandelsson clocked 36.31 kilometers per hour in the 44th minute of the “East Coast Derby” against Ulsan Hyundai in the 32nd round on March 30, while chasing down Bako on the counterattack .Wandelsson was followed by Seo Young-jae (Daejeon), who clocked 35.41 kilometers per hour in a Round 31 match against Suwon Samsung on March 23, and Jerso (Incheon), who ran 35.37 kilometers per hour in a Round 31 match against Gangwon FC on March 24.The most active player was Suwon FC midfielder Lee Young-jae, who ran 46.98 kilometers per hour in four matches. FC Seoul veteran Ki Sung-yong was second with 45.50 kilometers. Park Se-jin (Daegu – 45.48 kilometers) was third.
In K League 2, Noh Kyung-ho (Ansan – 60.08 kilometers) topped the list for total distance run, Cho Sung-joon (Anyang – 36.87 kilometers per hour) for top speed, and Kang Min-kyu (Asan, Chungnam – 142 sprints, totaling 3,323 meters) for number of sprints and distance .FC Seoul’s Osmar topped the K League 1 ‘Packing Index’. The packing index is the number of opponents a player beats when a pass reaches a teammate, and is an indicator of passing efficiency. Typically, defenders and midfielders are at the top of this metric. They are more likely to attempt mid- to long-range passes than players who play up front, and in doing so, beat relatively more players.
In four games in September, Osmar passed 331 times, beating 424 players.In particular, Osmar led the pack in short (15 meters or less) and mid-range passes (15-30 meters).The federation commented, “He kept the ball moving with relatively short passes in the defensive zone to maintain stability, and he also supported the attack by controlling the pace in the central zone.”In the final third (attacking area), Pohang’s Wandelsson (43 passes, 67 packed) was the most prolific. In K League 2, FC Anyang’s Baek Dong-gyu topped the packing index 온라인카지노 (207 passes, 321 packed).