Saturday , January 23 2021

How Kaizer Chiefs Comparisons For Last Season



As the PSL arrives on the trip, we are looking at how Kaizer Chiefs makes a sense of assault compared to last season.

Below are their key assault numbers.

2018/18

2018/19 – 18 games

0.9

Aims By Game

1.21

12.1

Shots Per Game

12.5

52.6%

Possession

53.3%

30.9%

Accuracy Shooting

29.8%

15.2

Penalty Area Touches Per Game

17.3

73.7%

Accuracy of Final Third Pass

73.8%


Aims and shooting

This season, Headteachers have been better in an attack than under Steve Komphela. Amakhosi gave only 27 goals in 30 games last season (0.9 per game). This season they are on track to score 36 goals, with their pictures per game slightly improved (0.4) but their shooting accuracy has fallen by 1.1% as the side has lost clear chances in a number of games – especially in the recent assault to Cape Town City. The signing of Khama Billiat has improved the team's quality but has only given four of 11 goals in the PSL, with five strikes coming into the CAF Confederation Cup.

Possession

In this campaign, Chief Executives have had more possession than last season (0.7%) but the difference is not minimal. Their third final final accuracy has remained the same despite the extra quality Billiat and Lebogang Manyama give to the board, but the increase in penalty area contacts (2.1) shows why giving more goals – their new signs are great for acceptance in tight places – as their more recent additions such as Siphelele Ntshangase and Kabelo Mahlasela.

Where do you think that Chief Executives can improve in their assault? Which midfielders and forwarders should Ernst Middendorp choose at its starting line? Let's know by commenting below.


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