ABU DHABI, September 21 / WAM / National and Arab players topped the scene in terms of numbers and statistics for the first three rounds of the ADNOC Professional League competition, which was suspended at the end of last week to enter the FIFA days, and the first national team’s travel to the Austria camp abroad and its friendly experiences against Paraguay and Venezuela.
The Emirati and Arab players dominated the scoring, the industry, the correct passes, the long passes, the crosses, the successful dribbles, the coverage, the distraction, the successful breakout and the touch of the ball.
In the following report, “Emirates News Agency” / WAM / monitors the numbers achieved during the past three rounds of Emirati and Arab players, according to the statistics of the UAE Professional League.
For his part, Al Jazira player Ali Mabkhout managed to maintain his lead in the competition’s top scorer with 6 goals, while Moroccan Sofiane Rahimi, Al Ain player, continued to maintain the lead in goal makers with 3 goals, while his compatriot Ashraf Ben Sharqi, Al Jazira player, topped the list of successful dribbles with 12 dribbles.
As for the correct passes, 3 Emirati players managed to score the largest number, through Al-Nasr midfielder Tariq Ahmed, 303 passes, Abdullah Ramadan, Al-Jazira midfielder, 239 passes, and Omar Abdel-Rahman, Al-Wasl midfielder, 200 passes.
The lead in the successful longitudinal passes was also Emirati through 5 players: Zayed Ahmed goalkeeper Al Bataeh (37 passes), Abdullah Sultan, guard of Al Dhafra (29 passes), Hamid Allah, guard of Dibba (26 passes), and Tariq Ahmed, midfielder of Al Nasr (21 passes, and Khaled). Al-Ain goalkeeper Issa / 17 passes /.
As for the defensive coverage, Zayed Ahmed Al-Bataeh and Hamid Abdullah, the goalkeeper of Dibba, recently ascended to the professional league, where Zayed Ahmed made 33 coverage of the ball and Hamid Allah with 32 coverage.
Abdullah Hamad, Al Wahda midfielder, topped the list of successful attackers with 11 ball extractions, followed by Majid Al Taniji, Al Nasr defender, with 10 attempts.
Al-Nasr midfielder Tariq Ahmed also topped the list of the most touches of the ball with 375 touches, followed by Abdullah Ramadan, Al-Jazira midfielder, with 308 touches, and Bandar Al-Ahbabi, Al-Ain midfielder, and Faris Khalil, Al-Wasl defender, also topped the list of the most executing crosses with 14 crosses for each player.