Its September K-League activity data veterans hard work

In K-League 1 in September, a fierce battle took place under different circumstances for each team ahead of the final round. 

As a result, the activity data leaderboard fluctuated once again following August. Lee Young-jae (Suwon FC) took first place in overall distance run, Wandelsson (Pohang) took first place in maximum speed, and Ko Jae-hyeon (Daegu) returned to first place in sprint distance and number of runs.

The Korea Professional Football League (hereinafter referred to as the Federation) announced the ‘TOP5’ by monthly activity (physical) data category for the 29th to 32nd rounds of K League 1 and the 30th to 34th rounds of K League 2 held in September.

 Through the activity data and packing index introduced last April, K-League fans can enjoy the fun of watching soccer through various additional data, like the English Premier League (EPL) or German Bundesliga. 바카라사이트

Activity data uses optical tracking system technology to analyze the total distance run (km), maximum speed (km/h), number of sprints, and sprint distance of K League players, and was revived for the first time in three years since 2020. 

In 2020, accurate comparison and analysis were impossible because the 22 K-League clubs did not use the same GPS equipment. 

However, starting this year, all clubs have applied the same measurement method, making accurate comparison and analysis of activity data possible.

was injured immediately after his hard-fought discharge from the military, is living up to coach Kim Do-gyun’s expectations. 

Lee Young-jae, who has been playing in every game since returning from injury against Pohang on August 12, ran 46.98 km in the four games played by Suwon FC in September, ranking first in this category as the player who ran the most distance in a month.

Following Lee Young-jae, Ki Sung-yong (Seoul, 45.50 km), Park Se-jin (Daegu, 45.48 km), Na Sang-ho (Seoul, 45.06 km), and Kim Seung-dae (Pohang, 44.78 km) filled the TOP 5, but what stands out is that for the first time, he ran the entire distance in the category. This is the presence of Ki Sung-yong, who ranked second in the rankings.

Although Ki Sung-yong has already entered the ranks of veteran players, he is playing the role of Seoul’s spiritual leader with his dedicated play, as shown by the total distance traveled. In addition, Ki Sung-yueng set a record of playing in 200 games for Seoul in the 30th round match against Gwangju, and also scored his first goal of the season with an equalizer to save the team from defeat in the 32nd round match against Suwon FC.

The fastest speed category also showed a drastic change from last month as different players were named. All of the players in the TOP 5, including Wandelsson, were players whose names could not be found in the rankings last month.

The fastest moment in September came in the 32nd round of the East Coast derby between Pohang and Ulsan. In the 44th minute of the second half, Wandelsson caught the ball from Pohang’s set piece and ran furiously as he chased down Bako, who launched a counterattack. Wandelsohn’s speed recorded at this time was 36.31 km/h, the fastest in K League 1 in September.

The 2nd and 5th places came from the 31st round match between Daejeon and Suwon. 2nd place was Seo Young-jae with 35.41 km/h, and 5th place was Lee Hyun-sik (35.15 km/h), both recorded by Daejeon players. 3rd and 4th places both came from the Gangwon-Incheon match in the 31st round, with 3rd place going to Gerso (Incheon, 35.37 km/h) and 4th place going to Gallego (Gangwon, 35.23 km/h).

Ko Jae-hyun, who had been slowing down last month, returned to the ‘Sprint King’ position by taking first place in both sprint distance and number of sprints. Ko Jae-hyeon, who not only lost first place to ‘promising star’ Hwang Jae-won in August, but was also pushed out of the TOP 5, swept first place in this category again by recording 116 sprints and a distance of 2,713 meters while playing 338 minutes in 4 games held in September. did.

Pohang’s Kim Seung-dae (113 times, 2,528m) took second place in the number and distance categories. Seungdae Kim first entered the TOP 5 in the sprint distance category in July, and was subsequently named in this category in August and September. Kim Seung-dae, the center of Pohang’s line breaking, is recording the most active activity in the team with Oberdan this season.

Up to third place, the rankings in the number and distance categories are the same. Baselus (Daegu) ranked 3rd in each category, recording 93 sprints and a distance of 2,175m. In the number of sprints category, Na Sang-ho (Seoul) and Rubikson (Ulsan), who recorded 92 sprints, tied for 4th place, and in the distance category, Pohang’s Wandelsson (2,159m) and Oberdan (2,059m) took 4th and 5th place. I had it.

standings changed as much as the K League 1. Chungnam Asan’s progress is noticeable in the top rankings in each category, which was divided between Busan and Gyeongnam last month.

First of all, in the total distance run category, Noh Gyeong-ho (Ansan) ranked first by running 60.08 km in 5 games. Following Noh Gyeong-ho, Kim Kang-guk (55.97 km) and Park Se-jik (53.95 km) of Asan, South Chungcheong Province ranked second and third in this category. In addition, Kang Min-gyu took first place in both the number of sprints (142) and distance (3,323m), while Kim Kang-guk ranked third in the number of sprints (117) and fourth in the distance (2,445m).

In the highest speed category, Cho Seong-jun (Anyang) recorded 36.87 km/h in the 18th minute of the first half in the 30th round match against Busan, beating second place Lee Yong-hyuk (Bucheon, 36.01 km/h) to take first place.

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