Mabkhout tops the list of “shooting accuracy”

Mabkhout tops the list of “shooting accuracy”
Mabkhout tops the list of “shooting accuracy”

Murad Al Masri (Dubai)

The effectiveness of the shots, compared to the number of goals scored, in the first 3 rounds of the “ADNOC Professional League”, in favor of the most accurate players in converting them into the net, with a prominent lead by Ali Mabkhout, and distinguished numbers for Sharjah duo Paco Alcacer and Luan Pereira.
Ali Mabkhout, the Al Jazira striker, topped the accuracy of converting shots into goals, to confirm his position at the top scorer in the league, with 6 goals, scored from 13 shots, with an accuracy of 46%.
Lapa, who comes second in the scorers’ ranking with 5 goals, needed 19 shots, in order to reach this number by only 26%, which is the second weakest percentage among the list of players who have scored at least two goals so far.
Gilberto Oliveira, Al Wasl striker, who scored 3 goals, needed 13 shots, 23% of the time, the weakest among those who scored at least two goals so far.
Luan Pereira, the distinguished star in Sharjah, needed only 8 shots to score 3 goals, or 37.5%, while his colleague Paco Alcacer needed only 9 shots to score the same number of goals, or 33.3%.
While Lawrence Do, the Al-Bataeh player, starred, and scored two goals out of only 6 goals, with a percentage of 33%, and Fabio Lima, Al-Wasl player, needed 8 shots to score two goals by 25%.
Away from the players who scored at least two goals, luck is still struggling with some other names who were expected to score goals, as Ashraf bin Sharqi of Al-Jazira did not score any goal despite his shooting 10 times, while Igor Jesus needed “Shabab Al-Ahly” and Joao Pedro “Al-Wahda.” » to 11 shots to score a goal, and Omar Khirbin «Shabab Al-Ahly» scored a goal from 10 shots.

The article is in Arabic

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