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What happens with penalties in world cup qatar 2022. watch what they eat you, bro

To be decided in one of three quarterfinal matches penalty shootout Since it was implemented in the system world Cup, Consequently, it is time to make use of the studies conducted on the 32 batches that were kicked 1978 to date, including two in Qatar 2022,

Those who watched the Japanese and Spanish Kickstarter this week may be wondering the same thing: Why did he hit it so soft? Why so little cornering? even more than one would have uttered a forced “what do they do!”, it seems that afraid to send him out Or overconfidence reigned in a run of 16 appearances which ended at the hands of Croatia and Morocco.

31 penalties have been awarded so far in Qatar 2022 And there were all kinds of definitions: panenka style, bombing, dumplings, in the middle, sticks, shortcuts … But what was not yet seen was a shot in the clouds. Of the penalties, 18 ended in goals, 11 turned goalkeepers into heroes and 2 hit the post. That is, only 58 percent cheered the kicker. Things got so complicated that the two players who took more than one penalty each, Messi and Lewandowski, converted one and saved the other.

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Things get worse for “shooters” Considering only the Spain–Morocco and Japan–Croatia shoot-outs: less than half ended in goals. Had 15 penalties with 7 goals (47 percent), 6 saves (40 percent) and 2 in blackjack (13 percent).

Regardless, history has been far more generous to the brave takers for the ball. according to a site study analyst, Between 1982 – the system was implemented in ’78, but the first batch was at the World Cup in Spain – and in 2018 they kicked off 279 penalties in this type of definition: 196 ended in a goal (71 percent), 60 were saved (21 percent) and 23 were ejected, including those who hit the post (8 percent).

up doesn’t fail, down not so much

one of the findings of the report analyst is quite blunt: The penalty going into the highest third of the arc is not available. This is not an exaggeration: 43 of the World Cup shootouts accumulated there ended in penalty goals. Effectiveness drops when shooting at medium height: 66 free throws, 49 goals and 74% accuracy. as long as Aiming low is the least recommended and, at the same time, the most common: 147 penalties, 104 goals and 71% accuracy.

Penalties going on goal and their success rates from 1982 to 2018. (Source: Analyst)

Of course, the statistics mentioned only consider shots that went on goal. of Enter shots that hit the post or dodge the target And locate them closer to the area they passed through (and not so close), the percentages worsen, although the trend remains.

A somewhat modest excellence compared to the analyst’s table, with 279 penalties including missed ones between 1982 and 2018.

A goal scored in the upper third of the penalty arc end 75 percent guna (43/57), who go to medium height, the 72 percent (49/68) And those who go down 67 percent (104/154).

Qatar 2022: Look what they eat you, brother

So far in this World Cup, goalkeepers have been taking kicks. Moroccan Bono and Croatian Livkovic proved this by filling in their respective batches. for now The vast majority (77 percent) of shots were aimed at the lower third of the arc: a misguided decision so far If the result is taken into account.

Of the 24 penalties that went down, only half ended in goals. whereas Shooting at medium altitude makes things much better: 5 goals from 6 attempts. In the end, only one shot and celebrated by the Croatian Brozovic.

31 penalties (including regular time ones) kicked in Qatar and their success rates.

anywhere but strong

If there was one characteristic of the penalties seen in Qatar 2022 it was the lack of power in many of them, Giving more priority to the final position of the ball. Through subjectivity, shots can be divided into three categories: sleek, powerful and shredded (a la panenca). Kickers had a soft majority for bad: 17 shots and 9 goals (52 percent accuracy); Had a mighty 12 and finished in goal on 9 occasions (75 percent), While there were 2 cuts and only one from Moroccan Hakimi was a well finished shot (the incredible shot from Croatian Livaja was not).

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archer’s happiness is on the bottom right

If any Weekend Archers are paying attention to this note, take note: down and to your right. That’s where the most savings were made, based on the 256 penalties taken in definitions between 1982 and 2018.

Percentage of savings by destination of shot from batches from 1982 to 2018.

The trend continues in Qatar 2022 as 6 penalties were saved by goalkeepers who dived to their right (Courtois, Szécsny, Livacovich on two occasions, Unai Simon and Bono). In any case, they’re not doing so badly with the lefties: Szczecny, Ochoa, Livacovic, Bono and Rochette became heroes going down that path.

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