2016 EUROPEAN FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP GOAL ANALYSISJournal: Scientific review, Науковий огляд, Научное обозрение (Vol.31, No. 10)
Publication Date: 2016-12-19
Authors : Mehmet Cebi; Murat Elioz; Izzet Islamoglu; Bade Yamak;
Page : 140-151
Keywords : Football; goal; analysis;
The objective of this study is to determine the factors in preparing the attacks that resulted in goal and to research the factors that influenced goal formation in 2016 European Football Championship matches. The data were analyzed through video recording system and match viewing criteria table. Match viewing criteria table is hand notation system. All the data obtained were recorded in SPSS program and chi-square test was conducted to find out the differences between frequency, percentage and distributions. In 2016 European Football Championship, a total of 51 matches were played with the participation of 24 teams and 108 goals were scored. 47 (92,16%) of these matches ended with goals, while the remaining 4 (7,84%) ended without goals. In 2016 European Football Championship, the highest goal average was in quarter finals. The rates of passes before goal were 15,7% for one pass, 25,9% for two passes and 58,3% for three and more passes. There is a significant difference between the rates of numbers of passes before goal (p<0.01). Statistically significant difference was found between the rates of goals scored from within the penalty area and outside the penalty area (p<0.01). There is significant difference between the rates of pre-goal moves (p<0.01). There is significant difference between the rates of goalkeeper mistakes (p<0.01). When the time interval of goals was analyzed, it can be seen that the highest number of goal was between minutes 31 and 75. The rate of goals scored in the first half was 35,2% and 64,8% in the second half. As a conclusion, it can be seen that the contributions of players other than strikers to the score and headshot goals influence the result of the competition. Flat passes and shoots with one hit from the penalty area have been found to influence the rate of goal positively. Thus, it is thought that taking these data into consideration in technical and tactical trainings will influence success positively.
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