The first round of the UFL Second Division concluded last March 31 when Cebu Queen City United FC defeated Lions Meltique Beef FC in their rescheduled match. The second round is about to start this Saturday, April 14. Courtesy of the statisticians of the UFL, Soccer Central Philippines was able to compile interesting figures about the results of the Second Division's first round. Here are 10 interesting figures that Soccer Central Philippines gathered.
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397 - Total shot attempts made by Pachanga FC. Sixty seven (67) of which are goals. They average 36 attempts per match. Highest was against Union International Manila with 60, while the lowest was against Diliman Victory Liner with 18.
38.7% & 81.29% - SGU’s Possession rate against Forza in the first and second half respectively. They were down 5-nil in the first half, and they changed command in the second half, though they fell short as they lost the game, 5-4. 81.29% is equal to 36mins and 34secs possession.
1690 – Total fouls made in Division 2. Laos is currently leading in the most number of fouls with 161. They average 14 fouls per game. Manila All Star Japan has the least number of fouls with 119.
180 – Total yellow cards issued in Division 2. Team Socceroo has the highest tally with 23, while Manila All Star Japan has the least with 9.
15 – Total red cards issued in Division 2. Sunken Garden got 4. They got two in their game against CQC. Meanwhile, Union International Manila, Team Socceroo, Manila All Star Japan, Lions and Agila do not have red cards.
340 – Total goals made in Division 2. Pachanga leads with 67, while Lions in the last place with 11 goals.
2,651 – Total shot attempts recorded. (N.B.: I am lacking two games that has a complete breakdown (i.e. showing the shots on target and off target), so if we less the unclassified 83 shot attempts, there have been 1,381 shot on goal and 1,187 shot off goal).
535 – Total number of Offsides. Pachanga has the highest with 84 offsides, while Lions has the lowest with 24.
1,037 – Total number of saves. Manila All Star Japan has the highest with 127, while Pachanga has the least with 35.
21 – Total Clean sheets recorded for first round.