We allowed 31 goals. 3rd fewest
We score 103 goals, the most over PSG at 2nd with 69
MOM – Solanke led with 10; Besnard 2nd with 9; Santana 3rd with 8.
Distance Covered – Marchi was 2nd; Santana 9th
Rating – Besnard 1st; Santana 2nd; Solanke 3rd; Lorenzo 4th
Headers Won – Holding 1st; Solanke 11th
Goals – Besnard 1st with 34; Solanke 2nd with 32, the 3rd was 17; also high goals – Santana 10 goals. Solanke only had 9 goals in the first half of the season and came alive in the latter half.
Avg Minutes Per Goal – Besnard 1st; Solanke 2nd
Shots – Besnard 171 in 1st; 2nd was all the way back at 127. Solanke was 5th with 121
Shots on Target – Besnard was first, Solanke 2nd
% Shots on Target – Santana 1st; Solanke 6th
PKs – Solanke 1st with 5
Assists – 1st Besnard with 19; Santana 2nd with 16; Solanke 3rd with 13; Marchi tied for 7th with 10; Lorenzo tied for 9th with 9;
Key Passes – Santana 3rd; Besnard 5th, Marchi 6th; Solanke 12th
Chances Created – Santana 1st; Marchi 2nd, Solanke 6th; Besnard 7th
Pass % - Bell 3rd
Cross Completion % - Marchi 1st;
Drib/Game – Santana 3rd; Lorenzo 8th; Besnard 9th
Key Headers – Solanke 8th
Picks – Holding 8th
Header Won Ratio – Bell 1st; Nielsen 3rd;
Shutouts – Rico 4th with 15. He didn’t play the entire year remember
Saves Held – Rico was 10th
Saves Parried – Rico was 19th
Our D and Rico allowed fewer shots on target this year than last.
We remain the House that Vincent Besnard built.