Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Professional League: who took the most penalties in the tournament?

After another super day of soccer on Sunday with the continuation of the 7th day of the Professional League, where they beat River Plate and Racing, respectively Godoy Cruz and Sarmiento, and Boca fell in the visit of Banfield, a debate was generated on social networks due to penalties; Martin Demichel’s team got two in favor while Xeneize got one against (well penalized in any case), which was saved by Sergio Romero. This is why, Ole, we show you that the clubs that have suffered the most in the tournament will benefit the most.

So far in the tournament, a total of 31 penalty shots have been from twelve steps: 25 have been converted, four have been saved and two have been directly missed. Millionaire leads the list with four penalties. In addition to the two against Godoy Cruz, he conceded another pair in a 2-1 win against Argentina, all of which ended in goals. But not only with this figure. Sarmiento de Junín, who is in the middle of the media, had four sanctions in his favor, but only scored in three.

Sarmiento the other benefited the most.

Next, there are Argentina and Defense and Justice with three each. As for Falcone, who was one of the starters in this competition, he received a very controversial match this Saturday against Talleres. For its part, the two San Lorenzo and Independiente and Boca and Racing have not yet been kicked out of the twelve stages.

What is most affected is Godoy Cruz first with four penalties against (all converted), followed by Xeneize with three, except that Chiquito managed to win twice. The rest is great? San Lorenzo passed two, River one, Independiente and Racing none.

It should be noted that this Monday, the day will be completed with two matches: Colonia will meet Newell and Vélez will welcome Platense in the return of Ricardo Gareca as coach of Liniers.

Godoy Cruz, a very serious feeling.

2) Argentina and defense and justice 3

3) Barracas Central Independientes Lanús and San Lorenzo 2

4) Arsenal, Banfield, Belgrano, Córdoba Central, Huracán, Newell, Platense, Rosario Central and Vélez 1

5) Atlético Tucumán, Boca, Colón, Estudiantes, Gimnasia, Godoy Cruz, Instituto, Racing, Talleres, Tigre and Unión 0

3) Argentinos, Arsenal, Atlético Tucumán, Barracas Centralis, Gimnasia, Platense, Rosario Centralis, San Lorenzo and Sarmiento 2

4) Belgrano, Colón, Institute, Flumen, Talleres and Tigre 1

5) Banfield, Central Cordoba, Defensa y Justicia, Estudiantes, Huracán, Independiente, Lanús, Newell, Racing, Unión and Vélez 0

MARGIN (penalty for and against)

1) River and Defense and Justice +3

2) Independents, Lanús and Sarmiento +2

3) Argentina, Banfield, Cordoba Central, Huracán and Vélez +1.

4) Barracas Central, Belgrano, Estudiantes, Racing, San Lorenzo and Unio 0

5) Armory, Colón, Institute, Platense, Central Rosario, Talleres and Tigre -1

6) Atlético Tucumán and Gymnastics -2

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