i-League 2012-13 Goal Time Statistics - Air India

i-League Statistics and Facts: Goal Times Analysis - Air India

Though the i-League 2012-13 has concluded quite some time ago and its only about a month remaining for the new season to kick-off, abcdfootball brings to you another set of statistical analysis for the last season of i-League(2012-13), with the "goal times" being the center of analysis this time around. 

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.

We will individually try to focus on each team in alphabetical order starting with Air India.

Here is how Air India has scored their goals:

Graph showing Air India's goals: 
X-Axis(horizontal): Time Period of Match
Y-Axis(Vertical): Number of Goals Scored
Goal Scoring Pattern of Air India, www.abcdfootball.com

0 to 10
10 to 30
30 to 45
45 to 60
60 to 75
75 to 90
Air India
2
3
9
2
5
7

Period having highest Goals: 30 to 45 (9 Goals)
Period having Least Goals:  45 to 60 (2 Goals)

Goal Scoring Pattern Analysis: With the graph it is quite clear that Air India are not the fastest of the blocks in terms of goals scoring but tend to tease their opponent in the final end of each half probably taking advantage of the slow pace of the game which is evident from the fact that major amount of goals coming in the range of 30 to 45 minutes (9 goals) and 75 to 90 minutes (7 goals).

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