Arsenal 1-1 Everton: By the Numbers

Arsenal 1-1 Everton: By the Numbers

Arsenal v. Everton first half:
Possession: 38-62%
Territory: 52-48%
Final 1/3 passes completed: 54-55
Shots in prime areas*: 1-0
Tackles: 15-7
Clearances: 10-10
Interceptions: 16-11
Dribbles: 2-5
Fouls: 6-7

Arsenal v. Everton full time:
Possession: 44-56%
Territory: 52.5-47.5%
Final 1/3 passes completed: 125-91
Shots in prime areas: 4-0
Shots from mid range: 5-7
Shots from outside: 2-5
Goals from prime areas: 1-0
Goals from mid range: 0-1
Goals from distance: 0-0
What that looks like visually:
Arsenal shots v. Everton

and…

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Tackles: 20/21-14/24
Dribbles: 10/19-9/17
Clearances: 28-27
Interceptions: 24-18
Fouls: 13-11
Yellow cards: 0-4

Top performers:

Koscielny -

8 – Interceptions¹
11 - Ball recoveries (2nd most of all players)
2 – Tackles
2 – Blocks¹
9 – Clearances¹ (tied with Sylvain Distin)
1 – Key pass
0 – Shots Lukaku got on target
0 – Shots Lukaku got off in Prime positions
2 – Shots Lukaku took from deep
1 – Massive pocket he kept Lukaku in

Szczesny – 

2 – Crucial saves/blocks/whatever you want to call them
534 – Minutes he had gone for club and country without conceding a goal until Deulofeu’s wonder strike

Özil

1 – Goals scored after Giroud was fouled from behind by Jagielka
1 – Shots
1 – Shots on goal
24 – Passes in the Everton final third¹
1 – Passes in the defensive third
11 – Most common pass combination for Arsenal between Ramsey and Özil
3 – Successful dribbles (of 4)¹
3 – Number of times Howard Webb judged he was fouled
3 – Number of clearances he made (was only credited for 1 but those two “passes” early in the match were clearances)

Ross Barkley -

3 – Shots²
46 – Passes
17 – Passes in the Arsenal final 1/3²
3 – Chances created for teammates¹
3 – Successful dribbles (of 4)¹
3 – Ball recoveries in the Arsenal half
5 – Number of times Howard Webb judged he was fouled¹

Gareth Barry – 

0 – People who ever pegged Barry as a “top performer”

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¹Lead all players
²Lead just his team

*Prime areas as defined by me is a T from the six-yard box to the penalty spot. Penalties count as prime shots.