Top 5 Leagues: Roma Third for Shots per Game

The Lupi are just behind Real Madrid and Bayern Munich in this special ranking.




Although Di Francesco‘s team passed through a few very tough months between December and February, the Italian side demonstrated a great ability to develop its offensive strategies. This is what is highlighted in the statistical data provided by WhoScored.com.

29 games have been played in the Italian Serie A and the giallorossi are the side that made the highest number of shots per game (17.8) in the ‘Bel Paese’. Napoli is right behind the Lupi (17.5). Surprisingly, Juventus is the fifth Italian team in this domestic ranking with 15.1 shots per game. Allegri‘s crew is even behind Milan (16.9) and Fiorentina (16.8).

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By analyzing the stats relative to the Top 5 Leagues, data reveals that only two football giants are performing better than Di Francesco’s men, I am talking about Real Madrid (18.4 shots pg in 29 games) and Bayern Munich (18.3 shots pg in 27 games).

It’s also possible to analyze how these numbers relate to the goal scored. In this case, the performances of the giallorossi seem to be very disappointing. Roma scored 49 goals in the Italian Serie A while Napoli 63, and Juventus 67.

In this case, a real comparison with the other European leagues cannot be done because of the very different tactical and competitive level between them. Anyway, it’s possible to confirm that Real Madrid and Bayern Munich have a super offensive prolificity having respectively scored 73 and 66 goals in their domestic leagues.




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A Roman in New York achieving his dreams. Persistence can make extraordinary things happen. Editor of AS ROMA 360 | Calciomercato.it | Calcio e Finanza | Reporting on Major League Soccer.

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