i-League 2012-13 Goal Time Statistics - McDowell Mohun Bagan

i-League Statistics and Facts: Goal Times Analysis - McDowell Mohun Bagan
Continuing on our recent venture with goal times analysis we now bring to you the statistics of the same for the Mariners - McDowell Mohun Bagan.


Lets see how they have scored their goals with respect to the 90 minute clock.

Note: We have not considered own-goals and there might be some variations from the original statistics because of human-errors that might have crawled in but the data is the closest which you would get.

Here is how McDowell Mohun Bagan have scored their goals:

Graph showing McDowell Mohun Bagan goals: 
X-Axis(horizontal): Time Period of Match
Y-Axis(Vertical): Number of Goals Scored


Goal Time Analysis of McDowell Mohun Bagan, abcdfootball.com



This is how their goal time vs number of goals data shows up:


Goal Time
0 - 10
10 - 30
30 - 45
45 - 60
60 - 75
75 - 90
Mohun Bagan
5
10
2
8
5
9



Period Having Highest Number of Goals: 10-30 Minutes(10 Goals)
Period Having Least Number of Goals: 30-45 Minutes (2 Goals)
Possible Goal Scoring Pattern: Looking at the pattern it is hard to predict any particular pattern but few interesting conclusions could be developed seeing the graph. Mohun Bagan lead the i-League teams in terms of number of goals scored within first 10 minutes of the game and the next 20 minutes also seem very fruitful for the Mariners supporters. There is a however steep decrease in the goals tally in the final quarter of the first half which could mean their players get fatigued either because of the frantic start or because of fitness issues. The second half curves are much better to watch 8, 5 and 9 goals coming in the three quarters of the final half.


These stats are managed and maintained by me(Debraj Banerjee) and Acham Thavirthan.
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