Airtel i-League 2013-14: Round 4 Statistics


We are back again with the statistical review till round 4 of Airtel i-League 2013-14. In this review we will be showing in front of you the various datas in terms of graphs and charts. These statistics are valid till 10th October 2013(Round 4).

With a total of 49 goals shared between the 13 teams, lets see how the teams have contributed to the total goals scored:
Team Contribution towards total goals, Airtel i-League 2013-14

As you can see in the above pie chart, Bengaluru FC tops the chart with 14.29% of the goals scored while United SC closely follow them at 12.24%.

The Airtel i-League as of now averages 2.22 Goals Per Game.

Bengaluru FC have scored 1.8 Goals Per Game. Beside Kingfisher East Bengal, averaging 4 Goals per game but having only played a single game.

Mohammedan Sporting tops the list in terms of conceding goals averaging a mammoth 2.8 Goals Conceded Per Game.

Round 4 yielded the maximum number of goals by the Indians as Indians found the back of the net 6 out of a possible 15 goals. But anyways, Foreigners contiune to dominate the Airtel i-League 2013-14 as they scored 9 goals this time around.


Round
Goals by Indians
Goals by Foreigners
Round 1
3
11
Round 2
4
5
Round 3
4
7
Round 4
6
9

Graph showing goals scored by Indians in each round of Airtel i-League 2013-14

Looking at the percentage of goals scored between foreigners and Indians, Round 4 saw Indians getting 40% of total goals which is the second highest after round 2 having around 44% of goals scored by Indians. Lets have a look at the unique graph showing the goals contribution of foreigners and Indians with respect to the total goals scored. The each round are shown in concentric circle following increasing order from inner most(depicting Round 1) to outer.
Goals ratio of Foreigners vs Indians in Airtel i-League 2013-14 for each round

Now Its time to see how the teams scored their goals with respect to each round. Round 4 saw Churchill Brothers SC and Kingfisher East Bengal come into the frey with the goan club scoring their first goal in a 1-1 draw against Rangdajied United while the Red and Golds started their campaign with a thumping win over Shillong Lajong FC. This is how the team goals graph looks as of now:

Team Goals breakup for Airtel i-League 2013-14

Among the 49 goals scored by each team, we would now break it up in between foreigners and Indians for each team. It is interesting to note that Mumbai FC are the only team to have both Indians and Foreign goal scorers and Indians outnumber Foreigners in terms of goal scoring numerically . Rangdajied United FC and Churchill Brothers SC are the only two teams to have no foreigners in their goal scorers list while Mohammedan Sporting are the only team to have only Forgeign goal scorers on their name.

Club Name
Foreigners
Indians
Total Goals
Bengaluru FC
6
1
7
Churchill Brothers
1
1
Dempo SC
2
2
4
East Bengal
3
1
4
Mohammedan SC
2
2
Mohun Bagan
1
1
Mumbai FC
2
3
5
Pune FC
4
1
5
Rangdajied United
3
3
Salgaocar FC
4
1
5
SC Goa
2
1
3
Shillong Lajong FC
2
1
3
United SC
4
2
6

If the same data is put into a graph and it would take the below shape:
Airtel i-League 2013-14, goals by foreigners vs Indians for each club

Now we would look up to the goals scored and goals conceded per match for each team and the below graph shows exactly the same. East Bengal’s single match having four goals means they average 4.0 goals per game but considering that data would not be logical, which means Bengaluru FC’s 1.8 Goals per game is the highest among the i-League clubs in terms of goal scoring while Churchill Brothers SC have the lowest goals per game with a mere 0.3 rate. On the flip side, Mohammedan Sporting have conceded 2.7 goals per game while Rangdajied United being the only other side crossing the 2.0 goals per game mark in terms of goals conceded per game.  Pune FC and Salgaocar FC have the meanest defence conceding 0.3 goals per game(excluding Kingfisher East Bengal’s 0.0 goals conceded per game rate which is only because of their single game played till now).

Goals scored vs Conceded per match for each club in Airtel i-League 2013-14
Now, lets focus on how the goals were scored after Airtel i-League Round 4. The 3D graph have three axes:
X-Axis: Goals
Y-Axis: Club Name
Z-Axis: 15 Minute Period of the Game

3D Graph showing Goal scoring pattern in Airtel i-League 2013-14

It is interesting to note that if we break up the 90 minutes into 6 quarters (15 mminutes each) 75-90 Minutes have seen the maximum number of goals i.e. 12 goals, closely followed up by 45-60 minute quarter producing 11 goals while the first 15 minutes have been the least productive having only 4 goals to it.

We will quickly move towards the goal scorers list for Airtel i-League 2013-14 till round 4 (10th Octber 2013). Jeje Lalpekhlua is the only Indian goal scorer having scored more than two goals.

Player Name
Goals Scored
D.Duffy  (Salgaocar FC)
3
John Johnson  (Bengaluru FC)
3
Sean Rooney  (Bengaluru FC)
3
C.Glenn  (Shillong Lajong FC)
2
Eric Brown  (United SC)
2
James Meyer  (Pune FC)
2
James Moga  (East Bengal)
2
Jeje Lalpekhlua  (Dempo SC)
2
Joshimar Martins  (Mohammedan SC)
2
Ogba Kalu  (SC Goa)
2
Ranti Martins  (United SC)
2
Raul Fabiani  (Pune FC)
2
A.Fernandes  (Salgaocar FC)
1
Anwar Ali  (Mumbai FC)
1
Balwant Singh  (Churchill Brothers)
1
Beto  (Dempo SC)
1
Billy Mehmet  (Dempo SC)
1
Biswajit Biswas  (United SC)
1
Boithang Haokip  (Shillong Lajong FC)
1
C.Gnakpa  (Salgaocar FC)
1
Cavin Lobo  (East Bengal)
1
Chidi Edeh  (East Bengal)
1
Climax Lawrence  (Mumbai FC)
1
E.Lyngdoh  (Rangdajied United)
1
J.Coutinho  (Mumbai FC)
1
Lalnunpuia  (Rangdajied United)
1
Orok Essien  (Mumbai FC)
1
Sabeeth C.  (Mohun Bagan)
1
Sandesh Gadkari  (Rangdajied United)
1
Sandjar Ahmadi  (Mumbai FC)
1
Sunil Chhetri  (Bengaluru FC)
1
T.Haokip  (Pune FC)
1
Victorino Fernandes  (SC Goa)
1
Vineeth CK  (United SC)
1

To end the Round 4 statistical review, we will look into the league table till round 4 (10th October 2013) for the Airtel i-League 2013-14:

Club
Played
Win
Draw
Loss
GF
GA
GD
Points
Bengaluru FC
4
3
1
0
7
2
5
10
Pune FC
3
2
1
0
5
1
4
7
Salgaocar FC
3
2
1
0
5
1
4
7
United SC
4
2
1
1
6
3
3
7
Mumbai FC
4
1
3
0
5
3
2
6
SC Goa
3
1
1
1
3
4
-1
4
Shillong Lajong FC
4
1
1
2
3
5
-2
4
East Bengal
1
1
0
0
4
0
4
3
Dempo SC
4
0
3
1
4
7
-3
3
Mohun Bagan
3
0
2
1
1
3
-2
2
Churchill Brothers
4
0
2
2
1
4
-3
2
Rangdajied United
4
0
2
2
3
8
-5
2
Mohammedan SC
3
0
0
3
2
8
-6
0

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