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  • 1. Football Weekly Report Ballon d'Or: Ronaldo rewarded for making miraculous mundane Issue 2014–02 Week 08 to 14 of January, 2014
  • 2. TIMMINT Market Intelligence Weekly Report 08 to 14- January 2014 From: TIMMINT Market Intelligence Interact With Us Have Your Say !! To: Whom it may concern Subject: Weekly Status Report, Football Issue Year 2013, Week 47 The best way to comment on any article is on www.timmint.com and you can also reach us on: Email: info@thetimmintgroup.com Facebook: facebook.com/The.TIMMINT.Group Twitter: www.twitter.com/Thetimmintgroup This report is considered as interactive, By joining our community you can share your opinion with other readers of our reports through www.timmint.com/blog . Feel free to provide us your feedback. Here are the sections available in this report: Page  Countdownns …………………………………………………………………………. 3  Weekly News General News …………………………………………………. Football Business news ………………………………….. 4 6  Interesting Football Facts ………………………………………………………… 7  Debate of the Week ………………………………………………………………… 8  Top 5 Leagues Overview ………………………………………………………….. 9 - Spanish La Liga ……………………………………………………………............. 10 - English Premier League …………………………………………………………… 13 - Italian Serie A ………………………………………………………………………….. 16 - German Bundesliga …………………………………………………………………. 19 - French Ligue 1 ………………………………………………………………………… 22  All Leagues Comparison ………………………………………………………….. 25  All Players Comparison ……………………………………………………………. 26 Disclaimer: This report was prepared as an account of work sponsored by the Company. Certain information has been obtained from published sources and is given as of the dates specified. All the information in this publication is verified to the best of the authors’ and publisher’s ability, but neither the company nor the Management Team makes any warranty, express or implied, or assumes any responsibility legal for liability the or accuracy completeness or the results of such use of the information. All such information is subject to change without notice. 2
  • 3. TIMMINT Market Intelligence Weekly Report 08 to 14- January 2014 Countdowns In this section, we provide you a weekly countdown of the best unforgettable Photographs and moments in the history of football: 50 This picture captures the moment that David Beckham attempted the impossible and subsequently achieved it, by scoring from the halfway line on the opening day of 1996/97 season. The boy wonder, who would go on to become England captain, showed exactly why he was a key member of Sir Alex’s side with this strike. To attempt something so ridiculous on the first day of the season explains the talent and audacity that Beckham had at so young an age. The midfielder saw Wimbledon goalkeeper Neil Sullivan off his line, before sending the ball looping over his head to go down in the annuls of history. 49 Missing penalties are always a perfect opportunity to capture the unlucky player’s unforgettable reaction and Southgate was no exception to the rule after the central defender had his spot kick saved during the semi final of Euro ’96. The former Aston Villa stalwart was left dejected on the pitch as England crashed out of their own tournament on penalties to arch rivals Germany. The grey kit did not help matters and Southgate is pictured as a forlorn figure, hoping the ground will swallow him up.. 48 Flamboyant Colombian keeper Rene Higuita was the first person to introduce the scorpion kick to the Western world, after showing off this audacious talent during a friendly with England at Wembley in 1995. The goalkeeper, who is also remembered for coming out of his goal in the 1990 World Cup to disastrous results, decided to hit away Jamie Redknapp’s shot by kicking the ball with his heels from behind his head, while airborne. Although hardly used in modern day football, this unthinkable technique was a standout moment in the history of football skills. 47 Steve McClaren will go down in history as one of the worst England managers of all time, having failed to lead the side to a major tournament. His miserable stint as the national boss was summed up in England’s defeat at home to Croatia in November 2007, which confirmed their exclusion from Euro 2008. At a rainy Wembley, McClaren used an umbrella to keep the rain (and abuse) off of him, but instead it only intensified the anger directed at him. The former Middlesbrough manager looked even more hopeless under the red and blue FA brolly and the image of him standing on the sidelines is almost laughable, had it not been so tragic. 3
  • 4. TIMMINT Market Intelligence Weekly Report 08 to 14- January 2014 Weekly News General News Ronaldo joins Messi, Platini and elite list of multiple Ballon d'Or winners The Portugal star was crowned the world's best player for the second time in his career on Monday to become only the 10th player to win the prestigious prize more than once. The Portugal captain first lifted the prize back in 2008 after leading Manchester United to the Premier League and Champions League, and joins a prestigious list of players to have been awarded the prize more than once in their career. Messi leads the way with four Ballons d'Or to his name, with Uefa president and France icon Michel Platini level with Netherlands legends Johan Cruyff and Marco van Basten on three. Ronaldo joins such illustrious names as former Real Madrid striker Alfredo Di Stefano, Bayern legend Franz Beckenbauer, ex-Liverpool and England star Kevin Keegan, former Germany hitman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Brazilian Ronaldo on two titles. The 28-year-old, who received 27.99 per cent of the votes from national team coaches, captains and selected media representatives to win the latest award, has already set his sights on further individual glory as he aims to add to his two Ballons d'Or wins and six top-three nominations. Ronaldo finished 2013 with a total of 69 goals in 59 appearances for club and country, including four in the crucial World Cup playoff win over Sweden in the autumn. He set a new record for goals in the Champions’ League group stages, netting nine strikes in just five appearances, and was rewarded with a new contract to become the highest-paid player in Spain last September. Messi focused on Barcelona after Ballon d'Or disappointment, says Zubizarreta Lionel Messi will keep on focusing on the trophies that matter after losing his Fifa Ballon d'Or crown, according to Barcelona director of football Andoni Zubizarreta. The 26-year-old was the four-time defending champion of the award for the world's greatest footballer before Cristiano Ronaldo's 2013 triumph on Monday in Zurich. But Zubizarreta insists that the setback will not affect Messi one bit as he continues to strive for further honours with the Blaugrana and Argentina. 4
  • 5. TIMMINT Market Intelligence Weekly Report 08 to 14- January 2014 Ribery: Ballon d'Or was not an important goal Franck Ribery has stressed that winning the Fifa Ballon d'Or was not an important objective for him as he has set his sights on winning silverware with Bayern Munich and France. The 30-year-old had to settle for third spot in the prestigious individual award behind winner Cristiano Ronaldo and runner-up Lionel Messi, but Ribery was quick to stress that missing out on the trophy was not too much of a disappointment for him.Cardiff has made a solid start in its fight to remain in the top flight, with the club gaining 17 points from 18 fixtures and currently sitting 16th in the table. Emotional Pele awarded Fifa Ballon d'Or Prix d'Honneur The iconic former Brazil international was presented with the trophy in Monday's ceremony in Zurich having been ineligible to lift the prize during his playing career Pele struggled to hold back the tears after being awarded the first ever Fifa Ballon d'Or Prix d'Honneur. The former Brazil international was ineligible to win the Ballon d'Or during his playing days as the original prize was reserved for European footballers, but Pele was acknowledged by the world governing body with the honorary award in the Ballon d'Or gala on Monday. Pele scored 1,281 goals in his career, and is the only man to lift three World Cup titles, having triumphed in 1958, 1962 and 1970. Pele was named Fifa Player of the Century in 2000, and part of the Fifa World Cup Dream Team two years later. He later presented the 2013 Ballon d'Or trophy to Cristiano Ronaldo, who beat Lionel Messi and Franck Ribery to the prize. Heynckes wins Fifa Coach of the Year award Former Bayern Munich head coach Jupp Heynckes has claimed the Fifa Coach of the Year award, seeing off competition from Borussia Dortmund's Jurgen Klopp and retired Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson. Heynckes led the Bavarian club to an unprecedented treble during 2012-13 before making way for Pep Guardiola in the summer. Having picked up the award, Heynckes was quick to pay tribute to the staff who helped him during his third and final spell in Munich. Zlatan Ibrahimovic wins the Puskas Award Zlatan Ibrahimovic has won the 2013 FIFA Puskás Award, with his audacious overhead kick against England voted by FIFA.com and francefootball.fr users as the pick of an outstanding shortlist. The Swede’s incredible strike was one of several spectacular moments produced for club and country over recent seasons, and rounded off his hat-trick in a 4-2 friendly win in Stockholm. Even by Ibrahimovic’s standards, the scissors kick he sent flashing into the net from 30 yards, adjusting to meet a clearing header by Joe Hart, was something truly extraordinary. Few would have even attempted it, far less executed it to perfection, with the ball sent the ball looping beyond the despairing English defenders. 5
  • 6. TIMMINT Market Intelligence Weekly Report 08 to 14- January 2014 Business News AS Monaco Sign Hair and Beauty Sponsor Free-spending French Ligue 1 soccer side AS Monaco have signed Italian cosmetics brand Cotril as an official partner. The one-year agreement will see the luxury brand become Les Rouge et Blanc’s official supplier of hair and beauty products. AS Monaco currently lie second in the Ligue 1 table, three points behind fellow big spenders Paris Saint-Germain. They will face Montpellier at the 32,000 capacity Stade de la Monson in their next Ligue 1 fixture on 10th January. Mario Balotelli Signs Puma Boot Deal AC Milan striker Mario Balotelli has signed a new boot deal with German brand Puma. The Italy international joins a host of top soccer stars on the brand’s endorsement roster, such as Sergio Agüero, Cesc Fàbregas, Marco Reus and Radamel Falcao. He will wear Puma’s evoPOWER Stampa FG line of boots. According to Puma, Balotelli is a “key signing” for the brand who will “become a key asset” in its “brand and football communication over the coming years”. The 23-year-old will also “play a significant role” in promoting Puma’s ongoing partnership with the Italian Football Association (FIGC). “Puma’s support for the Italian national team was another instrumental reason for me signing this contract and I am sure that the coming years will bring many good things for us all,” Balotelli added. FIFA And Visa Renew until 2022 World soccer’s governing body, Fifa, has extended its top-level sponsorship deal with global electronic payments provider Visa. The new deal, which runs until 2022, secures Visa’s global marketing rights and product category exclusivity for the Russia 2018 World Cup, the following edition in Qatar four years later, and over 40 other Fifa events scheduled until then, such as the Women’s World Cup and the under-20 tournament. Visa, which replaced MasterCard as Fifa’s credit card partner in 2007, becomes the fifth company to sign up to support the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, following Adidas, Coca-Cola, Hyundai-Kia and Anheuser-Busch InBev. Financial terms of the new agreement have not been disclosed, although the previous deal between the two parties was valued at around US$170 million. Liverpool Agrees Nine new Deals Worldwide Premier League soccer club Liverpool FC have agreed new TV deals with broadcasters in nine territories across the globe. The 18-time English champions have engaged the services of Pitch International to secure the partnerships, which entitle each network to show footage from recent Liverpool games as well as exclusive behind-thescenes programming. Deals have been reached with BeIN Sport in Hong Kong, and the Middle East and France; with Kompass in Indonesia; Sony in India; Sommet in New Zealand; TV2 in Norway; Arena TV in the Balkans; Go TV in Malta; and with 365 Media in Iceland. The duration and financial details of the agreements were not disclosed. 6
  • 7. TIMMINT Market Intelligence Weekly Report 08 to 14- January 2014 Interesting Football Facts The highest scoring soccer game was 149-0! You’re probably wondering how a soccer team could be so bad that they let 149 goals be scored, but the truth is it was a form of protest. The event occurred in 2002 after a 2-2 draw between rival teams Stade Olympique de L’emyrne, or SOE, and AS Adema of Madagascar, which resulted in the referees awarding a penalty causing SOE to lose the game. As a form of protest for being robbed of the title because of a penalty, the players purposefully scored 149 goals into their own net at the next game as spectators stormed the ticket booths demanding refunds. Besides being very confused at first, the opposing team eventually stood around in good humor at the planned stunt. Barbados once had to score a goal on themselves in order to win a soccer match! This happened in a late game of the Caribbean Cup tournament in 1994. It sounds really strange but there's a really good reason for why Barbados had to do this. They were playing Grenada, and they needed to win by 2 goals in order to make it through to the next round of the tournament. Although they had led for 2-0 most of the game, Grenada scored a goal in the 71st minute. The 2-1 score would have meant Barbados would've gone out of the tournament. So what did they have to do? Force a tie, and go to overtime. The overtime would be played under golden goal rules (the first to score, wins) and the golden goal was worth 2 goals. Therefore, Barbados had a better chance at getting through by tying the game and scoring the golden goal. A soccer player is credited for ending a 5 year war in his home country of the Ivory Coast! For five years in the Ivory Coast the north was held by the rebels and the south held by the government loyals. Didier Drogba plays for Chelsea in England and is the team captain and star striker for the Ivory Coast Elephants. Drogba pleased the warring factions to have a cease-fire. Surprisingly, they heard him and a cease-fire was enacted. Drogba suggested in an interview that the game against Madagascar be played in Bouake, the rebel-north’s capital city. The game brought the whole country together for the first time in five years. Brazilian soccer star Ronaldinho first gained media attention after he scored every goal in a 23-0 game at age 13. When Ronaldinho was only 8, he also began to show skills in football. When he was 13, and scored 23 goals in a 23-0 victory against a local team. He was identified as a rising star at the 1997 U-17 World Championship, where he scored two goals from penalty kicks. A bolt of lightning killed an entire soccer team during a game in 1998! In October of 1998 a bolt of lightning killed an entire 11-man soccer team from the Democratic Republic of Congo. The opposing team was completely unharmed. Thirty more people had burn injuries. 7
  • 8. TIMMINT Market Intelligence Weekly Report 08 to 14- January 2014 Debate of The Week Ballon d'Or: Ronaldo rewarded for making miraculous mundane Cristiano Ronaldo has banged his head against the brick wall for four years; now the brick wall has given way. Ronaldo was apparently doomed to be forever tortured and defined by the achievements of Lionel Messi. By regaining the Ballon d'Or from Messi, and winning the award for the first time since 2008, he has provided emphatic confirmation that he is one of football's all-time greats. It was an emotional night for Ronaldo, who was tearful when he received the trophy. "It means a lot to win this after Eusébio's passing," he said. "I dedicate this award to him and my team-mates. He was watching from the skies to see this great moment for a Portuguese player. When I saw my mum crying it made me cry as well. I'm an emotional person. It is very difficult to win this award." Let’s take a look at Cristiano Ronaldo’s statistics during the year 2013, comparing with his ballon d’or rivals MESSI RONALDO RIBERY Appearances 45 56 52 Drawn 14 10 4 5 6 3 3346 4542 4018 1 0 5 Won 26 40 52 Goals 42 66 22 Shots on target 87 160 56 Shots off target 59 136 36 Accuracy 59.6% 54.1% 60.9% Chance conversion 28.8% 22.3% 23.9% 15 15 18 Lost Minutes on pitch Trophies Assists Chances created Total passes Pass completion Crosses Cross completion Dribbles Dribble completion Duels Duels won 70 94 149 2136 1901 2903 84.5% 79.2% 85.7% 80 97 261 10% 16.5% 27.6% 331 252 1084 51.4% 46.0% 45.6% 579 709 943 52.5% 54.6% 45.5% How long will He keep this Form? 8
  • 9. TIMMINT Market Intelligence Weekly Report 08 to 14- January 2014 Top 5 Leagues Overview 9
  • 10. TIMMINT Market Intelligence Weekly Report 08 to 14- January 2014 La Liga Fixtures ( week 15) Matchday 20 Date Home 4/1/2014 Away Time Málaga 17:00 Real Betis 19:00 Vs Levante 21:00 Almería Vs Granada 23:00 Sevilla Vs Getafe 13:00 Barcelona Vs Elche 17:00 Osasuna Vs Espanyol Vs Athletic Club Vs Celta de Vigo 20:00 Rayo Vallecano Vs Villarreal Valladolid Barcelona R. Vallecano Osasuna Real Madrid Seville Almeria Levante Sociedad Malaga 21:00 Real Madrid Results (Week 19) 4-2 2-5 2-1 1-1 2-3 1-2 0-1 3-2 1-3 0-1 19:00 Real Sociedad Pos. Atlético Madrid Vs Valencia 6/1/2014 Vs Real Valladolid 5/1/2014 Espanyol Getafe Ath Bilbao Celta Vigo Valencia Villarreal Real Betis Atl Madrid Granada Elche 23:00 Team Played W D L Goal F. Goals A. +/- Pts 1 FC Barcelona 17 15 1 1 49 12 37 46 2 Atlético Madrid 17 15 1 1 46 11 35 46 3 Real Madrid 17 13 2 2 49 21 28 41 4 Athletic Club 17 10 3 4 26 21 5 33 5 Real Sociedad 17 8 5 4 33 23 10 29 6 Villarreal CF 17 8 4 5 27 18 9 28 7 Sevilla FC 17 7 5 5 32 29 3 26 8 Getafe CF 17 7 2 8 20 27 -7 23 9 RCD Espanyol 17 6 4 7 22 23 -1 22 10 Málaga CF 17 5 5 7 19 22 -3 20 11 Valencia CF 17 6 2 9 23 29 -6 20 12 Granada CF 17 6 2 9 15 22 -7 20 13 Levante UD 17 5 5 7 17 25 -8 20 14 Elche CF 17 4 5 8 16 23 -7 17 15 Celta de Vigo 17 4 4 9 21 27 -6 16 16 UD Almería 17 4 4 9 17 32 -15 16 17 Real Valladolid 17 3 6 8 21 29 -8 15 18 Osasuna 17 4 3 10 14 28 -14 15 19 Rayo Vallecano 17 4 1 12 16 40 -24 13 20 Real Betis 17 2 4 11 15 36 -21 10 Player Top Goal Scorers Team Top Assists Player Goals Diego Costa Atletico de Madrid 19 Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid CF 18 Javi Guerra Rodriguez Real Valladolid 11 Antoine Griezmann Pedro Rodriguez Real Sociedad FC Barcelona 11 10 Cesc Fábregas Neymar Team Assits Barcelona 9 Barcelona 8 Koke Atletico Madrid 8 Cani Villarreal 6 Real Madrid 6 Gareth Bale 10
  • 11. TIMMINT Market Intelligence Weekly Report 08 to 14- January 2014 Detailed Teams Stats Top 5 teams in possession Top 5 teams in pass accuracy 70.00% 90.00% Possesion 60.00% Pass Accuracy 88.00% 50.00% 86.00% 40.00% 84.00% 30.00% 82.00% 20.00% 80.00% 10.00% 78.00% 0.00% Barcelona Rayo Real Valencia Celta Vigo Vallecano Madrid 76.00% Barcelona Top 5 teams in Arial Duals Won Real Valencia Rayo Real Madrid Vallecano Sociedad Top 5 teams in Shots per Game 25 62.00% Shots per Game Aerial Duels Won 60.00% 20 58.00% 15 56.00% 10 54.00% 52.00% 5 50.00% 0 48.00% Real Barcelona Atletico Rayo Madrid Vallecano Real Real Athletic Espanyol Valladolid Madrid Sociedad Bilbao Sevilla Top 3 Teams Average Status per Game 3% 4% Atletico M. Barcelona Leading 38% 59% Draw Leading 44% 52% 16% 45% Draw Loosing Loosing Real M. Leading Draw 39% Loosing Attack side Shot Zones Left side Middle Right Side In 6 Yards Box In 18 Yards Box Outside of Box Barcelona 34% 33% 33% Barcelona 7% 57% 36% Atletico Madrid 39% 26% 35% Atletico Madrid 11% 63% 26% Real Madrid 37% 28% 35% Real Madrid 5% 55% 39% Athletic Bilbao 34% 25% 41% Athletic Bilbao 7% 56% 37% Villarreal 34% 25% 41% Villarreal 13% 50% 38% 11
  • 12. TIMMINT Market Intelligence Weekly Report 08 to 14- January 2014 Detailed Players Stats Attack Av. Successful Dribbles / Game Av. Shots / Game Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid 7.7 Lionel Messi Barcelona 4.9 Antoine Griezmann Real Sociedad 3.4 Diego Costa Atletico Madrid 3.4 Jonas Valencia 3.2 Average Offsides Given / Game Yacine Brahimi Granada 4.8 Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid 1.8 Lionel Messi Barcelona 4.2 Carlos Bacca Sevilla 1.3 Neymar Barcelona 3.4 Rodri Almeria 1.2 Lass Rayo Vallecano 3.1 Youssef ElArabi Granada 1.2 Iker Muniain Athletic Bilbao 2.6 Helder Postiga Valencia 1.2 Middfield Pass Success % Av. Key Passes / Game Av. Passes / Game Roberto Trashorras Rayo Vallecano 2.7 Sergio Busquets Barcelona 93.4 Xavi Barcelona 89.8 Isco Real Madrid 2.7 Xavi Barcelona 92.7 Roberto Trashorras Rayo Vallecano 81.9 Ivan Rakitic Sevilla 2.7 Marc Bartra Barcelona 92.6 Sergio Busquets Barcelona 74.8 Carlos Vela Real Sociedad 2.6 Gerard Piqué Barcelona 92.2 Dani Alves Barcelona 65.5 Daniel Parejo Valencia 2.5 Álvaro Arbeloa Real Madrid 91.8 Andrés Iniesta Barcelona 64.2 Deffense Av. Offsides Won / Game Av. Clearances / Game Av. Times Dribbled by others / Game Antonio Amaya Real Betis 9.5 Jordan Loties Osasuna 1.9 Fran Rico Granada 2 Diego Colotto Espanyol 8.8 Paulao Real Betis 1.5 Fernando Tissone Malaga 1.9 Mikel González Real Sociedad 8.7 Antonio Amaya Real Betis 1.5 Víctor Sánchez Espanyol 1.7 Marc Valiente Valladolid 8.5 Alejandro Gálvez Rayo Vallecano 1.5 Cani Villarreal 1.7 Alejandro Arribas Osasuna 7.8 Carlos Gurpegi Athletic Bilbao 1.3 Gabi Atletico Madrid 1.6 12
  • 13. TIMMINT Market Intelligence Weekly Report 08 to 14- January 2014 EPL Fixtures ( week 15) Matchday 22 Date Home 1/1/2014 Away Time Swansea City Vs Manchester City 14:45 Southampton Vs Chelsea 17:00 Stoke City Vs Everton 17:00 West Bromwich Albion Vs Newcastle United 17:00 Sunderland Vs Aston Villa 17:00 Arsenal Vs Cardiff City 17:00 Crystal Palace Vs Norwich City Vs West Ham United 17:00 Liverpool Vs Hull City 17:00 Manchester United Vs Tottenham Hotspur Results (Week 21) 2-1 Southampton 0-1 Arsenal 2-1 Liverpool 3-0 Stoke 3-3 West Brom 1-1 Swansea 6-0 Fulham 1-0 C Palace 0-1 Man Utd 2-2 Sunderland 17:00 Fulham Pos. Everton Newcastle Chelsea Tottenham West Ham Aston Villa Hull Man City Norwich Cardiff 19:30 Team Played W D L Goal F. Goals A. +/- Pts 1 Arsenal 19 13 3 3 37 18 19 42 2 Manchester City 19 13 2 4 54 21 33 41 3 Chelsea 19 12 4 3 35 19 16 40 4 Everton 19 10 7 2 31 18 13 37 5 Liverpool 19 11 3 5 44 23 21 36 6 Manchester United 19 10 4 5 32 22 10 34 7 Tottenham Hotspur 19 10 4 5 22 24 -2 34 8 Newcastle United 19 10 3 6 29 24 5 33 9 Southampton 19 7 6 6 26 20 6 27 10 Hull City 19 6 5 8 22 23 -1 23 11 Swansea City 19 5 6 8 24 25 -1 21 12 Stoke City 19 5 6 8 18 29 -11 21 13 Aston Villa 19 5 5 9 18 25 -7 20 14 Norwich City 19 5 4 10 16 32 -16 19 15 West Bromwich Albion 19 3 9 7 22 27 -5 18 16 Cardiff City 19 4 6 9 15 30 -15 18 17 Crystal Palace 19 5 1 13 12 28 -16 16 18 Fulham 19 5 1 13 19 41 -22 16 19 West Ham United 19 3 6 10 18 28 -10 15 20 Sunderland 19 3 5 11 15 32 -17 14 Top Goal Scorers Team Goals Luis Suarez Liverpool 19 Sergio Aguero Manchester City 14 Loic Remy Newcastle United FC 10 Alvaro Negredo Yaya Toure Manchester City Manchester City 9 9 Player Top Assists Player Wayne Rooney Mesut Özil Steven Gerrard Jesús Navas Aaron Ramsey Team Manchester United Arsenal Assits 9 7 Liverpool 6 Manchester City 6 Arsenal 6 13
  • 14. TIMMINT Market Intelligence Weekly Report 08 to 14- January 2014 Detailed Teams Stats Top 5 teams in possession Top 5 teams in pass accuracy 61.00% 60.00% 59.00% 58.00% 57.00% 56.00% 55.00% 54.00% 53.00% 88.00% Possesion Pass Accuracy 87.00% 86.00% 85.00% 84.00% 83.00% 82.00% Swansea Southampton Man City Tottenham Man City Arsenal Top 5 teams in Arial Duals Won Swansea Arsenal Liverpool Man Utd Top 5 teams in Shots per Game 18 62.00% Aerial Duels Won Shots per Game 17.5 60.00% 17 58.00% 16.5 56.00% 16 54.00% 15.5 15 52.00% 14.5 50.00% Stoke Chelsea Crystal Palace Man City 14 Arsenal Man City Tottenham Liverpool Chelsea Newcastle Top 3 Teams Average Status per Game 11% Arsenal 6% 44% Man. City Leading 39% 45% Draw 55% Leadin g 12% Chelsea 48% 40% Draw Draw Loosing Loosing Attack side Left side Leading Shot Zones Middle Right Side In 6 Yards Box In 18 Yards Box Outside of Box Arsenal 30% 28% 42% Arsenal 6% 58% 36% Manchester City 34% 30% 36% Manchester City 7% 59% 33% Chelsea 35% 30% 35% Chelsea 8% 47% 45% Everton 39% 27% 34% Everton 7% 47% 46% Liverpool 31% 29% 40% Liverpool 7% 50% 43% 14
  • 15. TIMMINT Market Intelligence Weekly Report 08 to 14- January 2014 Detailed Players Stats Attack Av. Shots / Game Average Offsides Given / Game Av. Successful Dribbles / Game Luis Suárez Liverpool 5.8 Andros Townsend Tottenham 4.1 Loïc Remy Newcastle United Sergio Agüero Manchester City 4.1 Eden Hazard Chelsea 3.6 Dimitar Berbatov Fulham 1.3 Philippe Coutinho Liverpool 3.9 Hatem Ben Arfa Newcastle United 3 Pablo Osvaldo Southampton 1.2 Olivier Giroud Arsenal 3.5 Luis Suárez Liverpool 3 Peter Odemwingie Cardiff 1.1 Daniel Sturridge Liverpool 3.3 Ross Barkley Everton 2.8 Sergio Agüero Manchester City 1.1 1.3 Middfield Av. Key Passes / Game David Silva Manchester City Mesut Özil Arsenal Luis Suárez Liverpool Robert Snodgrass Steven Gerrard Av. Passes / Game Pass Success % Laurent Koscielny Arsenal 92.6 Manchester City M(C) 90.5 Per Mertesacker Arsenal 92.5 David Silva Manchester City 72.2 2.9 Mathieu Flamini Arsenal 92.2 Gareth Barry Everton 70.3 Norwich 2.6 Mikel Arteta Arsenal 92 Aaron Ramsey Arsenal 70.1 Liverpool 2.5 Matija Nastasic Manchester City 91.9 Michael Carrick Manchester United 68.1 4.1 3 Defense Av. Clearances / Game Av. Offsides Won / Game Nemanja Vidic Manchester United 10.9 Martin Skrtel Liverpool Av. Times Dribbled by others / Game Jose Fonte Southampton 1.6 Ramires Chelsea 2.2 10.6 Michael Dawson Tottenham 1.6 Fernandinho Manchester City 2.2 Jonas Olsson West Bromwich Albion 10.3 Vlad Chiriches Tottenham 1.5 Santiago Cazorla Arsenal 1.9 Ben Turner Cardiff 9.6 Dejan Lovren Southampton 1.4 Ben Davies Swansea 1.8 Daniel Gabbidon Crystal Palace 9.3 Ciaran Clark Aston Villa 1.2 Leroy Fer Norwich 1.8 15
  • 16. TIMMINT Market Intelligence Weekly Report 08 to 14- January 2014 Serie A Fixtures ( week 15) Matchday 20 Date Home 5/1/2014 Away Time Chievo Vs Cagliari 16:00 Fiorentina Vs Livorno 19:00 Juventus Vs Roma 21:45 Napoli Vs Sampdoria 13:30 Catania Vs Bologna 16:00 Genoa Vs Sassuolo 16:00 Udinese Vs Hellas Verona Vs Atalanta Vs Torino 16:00 Internazionale 19:30 Lazio Pos. Genoa Juventus Catania Parma Fiorentina Chievo Lazio Milan Udinese Napoli 16:00 Parma Results (Week 19) 1-0 1-4 4-0 1-1 0-1 4-1 4-1 1-0 1-2 1-1 16:00 Milan 6/1/2014 Bologna Atalanta Roma Sampdoria Sassuolo Torino Verona Inter Livorno Cagliari Played W D L Goal F. Goals A. +/- Pts Juventus Team 17 15 1 1 39 11 28 46 Juventus AS Roma 17 12 5 0 35 7 28 41 AS Roma Napoli 17 11 3 3 36 20 16 36 Napoli Fiorentina 17 10 3 4 33 20 13 33 Fiorentina Internazionale 17 8 7 2 37 21 16 31 Internazionale Verona 17 9 2 6 31 26 5 29 Verona Torino 17 6 7 4 30 24 6 25 Torino Parma 17 4 8 5 23 25 -2 20 Parma Genoa 17 5 5 7 17 20 -3 20 Genoa Lazio 17 5 5 7 22 26 -4 20 Lazio Udinese 17 6 2 9 17 22 -5 20 Udinese Cagliari 17 4 8 5 18 24 -6 20 Cagliari AC Milan 17 4 7 6 25 26 -1 19 AC Milan Sampdoria 17 4 6 7 19 25 -6 18 Sampdoria Atalanta 17 5 3 9 18 25 -7 18 Atalanta Chievo 17 4 3 10 13 23 -10 15 Chievo Bologna 17 3 6 8 17 31 -14 15 Bologna Sassuolo 17 3 5 9 17 36 -19 14 Sassuolo Livorno 17 3 4 10 16 29 -13 13 Livorno Catania 17 2 4 11 10 32 -22 10 Catania Player Top Goal Scorers Team Top Assists Goals Giuseppe Rossi ACF Fiorentina 14 Carlos Alberto Tevez Juventus FC 11 Rodrigo Palacio Internazionale 10 Gonzalo Higuain Alessio Cerci SSC Napoli Torino FC 9 9 Team Assits Torino 7 Francesco Totti AS Roma 6 Luca Cigarini Atalanta 6 Borja Valero Fiorentina 6 Kevin Strootman AS Roma 6 Player Alessio Cerci 16
  • 17. TIMMINT Market Intelligence Weekly Report 08 to 14- January 2014 Detailed Teams Stats Top 5 teams in possession 61.00% 60.00% 59.00% 58.00% 57.00% 56.00% 55.00% 54.00% 53.00% 52.00% Top 5 teams in pass accuracy 87.00% Possesion Pass Accuracy 86.50% 86.00% 85.50% 85.00% 84.50% 84.00% 83.50% AC Milan Fiorentina Juventus Roma 83.00% Napoli Juventus Top 5 teams in Arial Duals Won Roma Fiorentina Napoli AC Milan Top 5 teams in Shots per Game 20 53.40% Shots per Game Aerial Duels Won 53.20% 15 53.00% 52.80% 10 52.60% 52.40% 5 52.20% 0 52.00% Juventus Verona Sampdoria AC Milan Juventus Parma AC Milan Roma Lazio Inter Top 3 Teams Average Status per Game 3% Juventus 48% 49% 3% Napoli 41% Leadin g Draw 56% 10% Roma 49% Leading Draw 41% Leading Draw Loosing Loosing Attack side Shot Zones Left side Middle Right Side In 6 Yards Box In 18 Yards Box Outside of Box Juventus 30% 37% 32% Juventus 30% 37% 32% AS Roma 32% 31% Napoli 36% 32% 37% AS Roma 32% 31% 37% 32% Napoli 36% 32% 32% Fiorentina 35% 31% 34% Fiorentina 35% 31% 34% Internazionale 33% 30% 38% Internazionale 33% 30% 38% 17
  • 18. TIMMINT Market Intelligence Weekly Report 08 to 14- January 2014 Detailed Players Stats TOP 5 Attack: Average Offsides Given / Game Av. Successful Dribbles / Game Av. Shots / Game Mario Balotelli AC Milan 5.9 Juan Guillermo Cuadrado Fiorentina 4.2 Antonio Di Natale Udinese 1.8 Alessandro Diamanti Bologna 4.3 Ricardo Álvarez Inter 3.6 Alberto Gilardino Genoa 1.3 Carlos Tévez Juventus 4 Juan Iturbe Verona 3.1 Éder Sampdoria 1.3 Manolo Gabbiadini Sampdoria 3.9 Fredy Guarín Inter 3 Ciro Immobile Torino 1.2 Luca Toni Verona 3.5 Antonio Candreva Lazio 2.8 Germán Denis Atalanta 1.2 TOP 5 Middfield: Av. Key Passes / Game Pass Success % Av. Passes / Game Francesco Totti Roma 3.2 Matías Fernández Fiorentina 93.9 Nigel de Jong AC Milan 71.2 Antonio Cassano Parma 2.8 Nigel de Jong AC Milan 92.2 Giorgio Chiellini Juventus 71.1 Alessandro Diamanti Bologna 2.8 Kamil Glik Torino 91.9 Daniele Conti Cagliari 70.8 Borja Valero Fiorentina 2.5 Michael Bradley Roma 91.9 Daniele De Rossi Roma 69.9 Andrea Cossu Cagliari 2.5 Valon Behrami Napoli 91.6 Riccardo Montolivo AC Milan 68.2 TOP 5 Defense: Av. Clearances / Game Av. Offsides Won / Game Av. Times Dribbled by others / Game Daniele Portanova Genoa 8.2 Paolo Bianco Sassuolo 1.8 Francesco Magnanelli Sassuolo 2.4 Cesare Natali Bologna 8.1 Federico Fernández Napoli 1.5 Perparim Hetemaj Chievo 2.3 Paolo Bianco Sassuolo 8.1 Luca Rossettini Cagliari 1.5 Walter Gargano Parma 2.3 Shkodran Mustafi Sampdoria 7.7 Cristian Zapata AC Milan 1.3 Allan Udinese 2.3 Leandro Rinaudo Livorno 7.7 Cesare Natali Bologna 1.1 Jorginho Frello Verona 2.2 18
  • 19. TIMMINT Market Intelligence Weekly Report 08 to 14- January 2014 Bundesliga Fixtures ( week 15) Matchday 19 Date Home Away Time 24/01/14 Borussia M'gladbach Vs Bayern München 21:30 25/01/14 Borussia Dortmund Vs Augsburg 16:30 Wolfsburg Vs Hannover 96 16:30 Stuttgart Vs Mainz 05 16:30 Freiburg Vs Bayer Leverkusen 16:30 Nürnberg Vs Hoffenheim 16:30 Eintracht Frankfurt Vs Hertha BSC 19:30 Werder Bremen Vs Eintracht Braunschweig Vs Schalke 04 Results (Week 18) 2-2 Wolfsburg 1-2 Hertha Berlin 1-0 Hoffenheim 2-1 Hannover 2-3 Mainz 1-0 B Leverkusen 0-0 Schalke 1-1 Augsburg 2-2 Wolfsburg 1-2 Hertha Berlin 16:30 Hamburger SV Mgladbach B Dortmund Braunschweig Freiburg Hamburg W Bremen Nuremberg E. Frankfurt Mgladbach B Dortmund 18:30 26/01/14 Pos. Team Played W D L Goal F. Goals A. +/- Pts 1 Bayern Munich 16 14 2 0 42 8 34 44 2 Bayer Leverkusen 17 12 1 4 32 16 16 37 3 Borussia M’gladbach 17 10 3 4 35 19 16 33 4 Borussia Dortmund 17 10 2 5 38 20 18 32 5 VfL Wolfsburg 17 9 3 5 28 19 9 30 6 Hertha Berlin 17 8 4 5 27 20 7 28 7 Schalke 04 17 8 4 5 32 28 4 28 8 FC Augsburg 17 7 3 7 21 25 -4 24 9 FSV Mainz 05 17 7 3 7 25 31 -6 24 10 VfB Stuttgart 16 5 4 7 29 31 -2 19 11 Werder Bremen 17 5 4 8 22 37 -15 19 12 Hoffenheim 17 4 6 7 36 38 -2 18 13 Hannover 96 17 5 3 9 23 31 -8 18 14 Hamburger SV 17 4 4 9 33 38 -5 16 15 Eintracht Frankfurt 17 3 6 8 20 29 -9 15 16 SC Freiburg 17 3 5 9 16 31 -15 14 17 1. FC Nürnberg 17 0 11 6 17 33 -16 11 18 Eintracht Braunschweig 17 3 2 12 10 32 -22 11 19 Bayern Munich 16 14 2 0 42 8 34 44 20 Bayer Leverkusen 17 12 1 4 32 16 16 37 Player Top Goal Scorers Team Top Assists Goals Team Assits Bayern Munich 7 Bayer Leverkusen 7 Thomas Müller Bayern Munich 6 Roberto Firmino TSG Hoffenheim 6 Alexandru Maxim VfB Stuttgart 6 Player Robert Lewandowski BV Borussia Dortmund 11 Franck Ribéry Adrian Gustavo Ramos Hertha Berlin 11 Gonzalo Castro Marijo Mandzukic Bayern Munich 10 Pierre-Michel Lasogga Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Hamburger SV 10 BV Borussia Dortmund 9 19
  • 20. TIMMINT Market Intelligence Weekly Report 08 to 14- January 2014 Detailed Teams Stats Top 5 teams in possession 80.00% Top 5 teams in pass accuracy 90.00% 88.00% 86.00% 84.00% 82.00% 80.00% 78.00% 76.00% 74.00% Possesion 60.00% 40.00% 20.00% Pass Accuracy Bayern 0.00% Bayern Borussia Borussia M.Gladbach Dortmund Eintracht Frankfurt Borussia M.Gladbach Stuttgart Schalke Wolfsburg Eintracht Frankfurt Top 5 teams in Shots per Game Top 5 teams in Arial Duals Won 20 58.00% 57.00% 56.00% 55.00% 54.00% 53.00% 52.00% 51.00% 50.00% 49.00% Shots per Game Aerial Duels Won 15 10 5 0 Leverkusen Wolfsburg Bayern Borussia Dortmund Borussia Dortmund Nurnberg Bayern Wolfsburg Hamburg Hannover Top 3 Teams Average Status per Game Bayern Lev. 2% Monchelabc. Bayern Mun. 20% 8% Leading Leading 45% 44% 54% Draw 47% 34% Draw 46% Loosing Leading Draw Loosing Loosing Attack side Shot Zones In 6 Yards Box In 18 Yards Box Outside of Box Left side Middle Right Side Bayern Munich 33% 27% 40% Bayern Munich 6% 61% 33% Bayer Leverkusen 33% 31% 35% Bayer Leverkusen 5% 53% 42% Borussia M'Gladbach 41% 26% 33% Borussia M'Gladbach 4% 54% 43% Borussia Dortmund 30% 30% 40% Borussia Dortmund 5% 57% 38% VfL Wolfsburg 36% 26% 38% VfL Wolfsburg 6% 49% 44% 20
  • 21. TIMMINT Market Intelligence Weekly Report 08 to 14- January 2014 Detailed Players Stats Attack Av. Shots / Game Mame Biram Diouf Hannover 96 Robert Lewandowski Borussia Dortmund Average Offsides Given / Game Av. Successful Dribbles / Game 4.3 3.9 Pierre-Michel Lasogga Hamburger SV 3.7 Marco Reus Borussia Dortmund 3.2 Franck Ribéry Bayern Munich 3.2 Shinji Okazaki Mainz 05 1.8 5.1 Anthony Modeste Hoffenheim 1.3 Wolfsburg 5 Domi Kumbela Braunschweig 1.2 Raffael Borussia M.Gladbach 5 Daniel Ginczek Nurnberg 1.1 Max Kruse Borussia M.Gladbach 4.4 Adám Szalai Schalke 04 0.9 Franck Ribéry Bayern Munich Julian Draxler Schalke 04 Diego 6 Middfield Av. Key Passes / Game Av. Passes / Game Pass Success % Max Kruse Borussia M.Gladbach 2.9 Bastian Schweinsteiger Bayern Munich 92.1 Rafael van der Vaart Hamburger SV 2.9 Philipp Lahm Bayern Munich Franck Ribéry Bayern Munich 2.9 Toni Kroos Sidney Sam Bayer Leverkusen 2.9 Gonzalo Castro Bayer Leverkusen 2.9 Bastian Schweinsteiger Bayern Munich 83.6 92 Philipp Lahm Bayern Munich 80.2 Bayern Munich 91.8 Granit Xhaka Borussia M.Gladbach 78.4 Dante Bayern Munich 91.4 Dante Bayern Munich 75.2 Manuel Neuer Bayern Munich 90.9 Jerome Boateng Bayern Munich 74.1 Defense Av. Times Dribbled by others / Game Av. Offsides Won / Game Av. Clearances / Game Jan Moravek Braunschweig 9.2 David Abraham Hoffenheim 8.4 Sebastian Prödl Werder Bremen 8.3 Hoffenheim Hamburger SV 3.3 VfB Stuttgart Borussia Dortmund 1.4 Jannik Vestergaard 3.6 Nuri Sahin Deniz Dogan Hoffenheim Christian Gentner 10.4 3.8 Milan Badelj Werder Bremen Augsburg Eugen Polanski Sebastian Prödl 1.2 Nikolce Noveski Mainz 05 Martin Stranzl Borussia M.Gladbach Stefan Bell Mainz 05 8.1 Naldo Carlos Zambrano Wolfsburg Eintracht Frankfurt 1.5 1.4 3 2.9 1 21
  • 22. TIMMINT Market Intelligence Weekly Report 08 to 14- January 2014 Ligue 1 Fixtures ( week 15) Matchday 21 Date Home 11/1/2014 Away Montpellier Monaco 21:30 Vs PSG 18:00 Guingamp Vs Saint-Étienne 21:00 Bordeaux Vs Toulouse 21:00 Olympique Lyonnais Vs Sochaux 21:00 Valenciennes Vs Bastia 21:00 Rennes Vs Nice 21:00 Nantes Vs Lorient 15:00 Evian TG Vs Olympique Marseille 18:00 Lille Pos. Vs Ajaccio 12/1/2014 Results (Week 20) Marseille 2-2 Bordeaux Lorient 2-2 Lyon Paris St-G. 2-2 Lille St-Etienne 2-0 Nantes Bastia 0-0 Montpellier Nice 3-1 Evian Sochaux 2-1 Rennes Stade de Reims 4-1 Ajaccio Toulouse 0-0 Guingamp Monaco 1-2 Valenciennes Time Vs Reims 22:00 Team Played W D L Goal F. Goals A. +/- Pts 1 Paris Saint-Germain 19 13 5 1 44 13 31 44 2 AS Monaco 19 12 5 2 31 13 18 41 3 Lille OSC 19 12 4 3 22 8 14 40 4 Girondins Bordeaux 19 8 7 4 27 21 6 31 5 Saint-Etienne 18 9 3 6 27 20 7 30 6 Olympique Marseille 19 8 5 6 27 20 7 29 7 FC Nantes 19 9 2 8 23 17 6 29 8 Stade de Reims 19 7 8 4 23 21 2 29 9 FC Lorient 19 8 3 8 26 26 0 27 10 Olympique Lyon 19 6 7 6 28 27 1 25 11 Toulouse FC 19 6 7 6 20 24 -4 25 12 En Avant Guingamp 19 6 6 7 19 19 0 24 13 SC Bastia 19 6 6 7 21 26 -5 24 14 OGC Nice 19 7 2 10 18 25 -7 23 15 Rennes 19 5 6 8 22 24 -2 21 16 Évian Thonon Gaillard FC 18 5 5 8 19 31 -12 20 17 Montpellier HSC 19 2 11 6 18 24 -6 17 18 Valenciennes 19 3 5 11 17 28 -11 14 19 FC Sochaux 19 2 5 12 15 39 -24 11 20 Ajaccio AC 19 1 6 12 13 34 -21 9 Player Top Goal Scorers Team Top Assists Goals Team Assits James Rodriguez AS Monaco 7 Paris SaintGermain 6 Player Zlatan Ibrahimovic Paris Saint-Germain 15 Edinson Cavani Paris Saint-Germain 12 Zlatan Ibrahimovic Vincent Aboubakar Lorient 11 Yoann Gourcuff Lyon 5 Radamel Falcao Alexandre Lacazette AS Monaco FC Olympique Lyonnais 9 9 Yann Jouffre Lorient 5 Henri Bedimo Lyon 5 22
  • 23. TIMMINT Market Intelligence Weekly Report 08 to 14- January 2014 Detailed Teams Stats Top 5 teams in possession 66.00% 64.00% 62.00% 60.00% 58.00% 56.00% 54.00% 52.00% 50.00% 48.00% Top 5 teams in pass accuracy 90.00% Possesion Pass Accuracy 88.00% 86.00% 84.00% 82.00% 80.00% 78.00% 76.00% PSG Monaco Nice Toulouse PSG Lyon Top 5 teams in Arial Duals Won 64.00% 62.00% 60.00% 58.00% 56.00% 54.00% 52.00% 50.00% 48.00% Saint Etienne Lille Lyon Rennes Top 5 teams in Shots per Game 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 Aerial Duels Won PSG Monaco Marseille Guingamp Monaco Shots per Game PSG Monaco Marseille Saint Etienne Lyon Top 3 Teams Average Status per Game Barcelona Barcelona 12% 12% 48% Leading 12% 48% Draw 40% 40% Loosing Barcelona Leading Draw Leading 48% Draw 40% Loosing Loosing Attack side Shot Zones In 6 Yards Box In 18 Yards Box Outside of Box Left side Middle Right Side Paris Saint-Germain 37% 32% 31% Paris Saint-Germain 11% 61% 28% AS Monaco 30% 28% 41% AS Monaco 7% 47% 46% Lille OSC 33% 26% 40% Lille OSC 6% 47% 47% Girondins Bordeaux 36% 29% 35% Girondins Bordeaux 9% 43% 48% Saint-Etienne 39% 23% 38% Saint-Etienne 5% 55% 40% 23
  • 24. TIMMINT Market Intelligence Weekly Report 08 to 14- January 2014 Detailed Players Stats Attack Average Offsides Given / Game Av. Successful Dribbles / Game Av. Shots / Game Zlatan Ibrahimovic Paris Saint Germain 4.9 Roy Contout Sochaux 2.3 Salomon Kalou Lille 1.6 Mevlut Erding Saint Etienne 3.5 Salomon Kalou Lille 2.2 Dario Cvitanich Nice 1.4 Edinson Cavani Paris Saint Germain 3.1 Florian Thauvin Marseille 2 Zlatan Ibrahimovic Paris Saint Germain 1.4 Florian Thauvin Marseille 2.9 Lucas Moura Paris Saint Germain 2 Mustapha Yatabaré Guingamp 1.4 Wahbi Khazri Bastia 2.9 Mathieu Valbuena Marseille 1.9 Bafétimbi Gomis Lyon 1.3 Middfield Av. Key Passes / Game Av. Passes / Game Pass Success % James Rodríguez Monaco 8 Alex Paris Saint Germain 93.5 Marco Verratti Paris Saint Germain 86.3 Mathieu Valbuena Marseille 3 Thiago Motta Paris Saint Germain 93.2 Thiago Motta Paris Saint Germain 79.3 Clément Chantôme Toulouse 1 Thiago Silva Paris Saint Germain 92.2 João Moutinho Monaco 68.9 Rémy Cabella Montpellier 3 Marco Verratti Paris Saint Germain 91.4 Thiago Silva Paris Saint Germain 66.7 João Moutinho Monaco 4 Geoffrey Kondogbia Monaco 91.3 Didier Digard Nice 66.6 Deffense Av. Clearances / Game Av. Offsides Won / Game Nemanja Vidic Manchester United 10.9 Martin Skrtel Liverpool Jonas Olsson Av. Times Dribbled by others / Game Jose Fonte Southampton 1.6 Ramires Chelsea 2.2 10.6 Michael Dawson Tottenham 1.6 Fernandinho Manchester City 2.2 West Bromwich Albion 10.3 Vlad Chiriches Tottenham 1.5 Santiago Cazorla Arsenal 1.9 Ben Turner Cardiff 9.6 Dejan Lovren Southampton 1.4 Ben Davies Swansea 1.8 Daniel Gabbidon Crystal Palace 9.3 Ciaran Clark Aston Villa 1.2 Leroy Fer Norwich 1.8 24
  • 25. TIMMINT Market Intelligence Weekly Report 08 to 14- January 2014 All Leagues Comparison Position Team Tournament Played Win % Draw % Loss % Av. Goals For / Game Av. Goals Against / Game Av. Points / Game 1 Bayern Munich Bundesliga 16 88 13 0 2.7 0.5 2.8 2 Juventus Serie A 19 89 5 5 2.5 0.7 2.8 3 Atletico Madrid La Liga 19 84 11 5 2.5 0.6 2.7 4 Barcelona La Liga 19 84 11 5 2.8 0.7 2.7 5 Real Madrid La Liga 19 79 11 11 2.8 1.2 2.5 6 Paris Saint Germain Ligue 1 20 70 25 5 2.3 0.7 2.4 7 Roma Serie A 19 68 26 5 2.1 0.6 2.4 8 Arsenal Premier League 21 71 14 14 2 1 2.3 9 Manchester City Premier League 21 71 10 19 2.9 1.1 2.3 10 Napoli Serie A 19 68 16 16 2.2 1.1 2.3 11 Chelsea Premier League 21 67 19 14 2 1 2.2 12 Bayer Leverkusen Bundesliga 17 71 6 24 1.9 1 2.2 13 Monaco Ligue 1 20 60 30 10 1.6 0.7 2.1 14 Lille Ligue 1 20 60 20 20 1.2 0.5 2 15 Liverpool Premier League 21 62 14 24 2.5 1.3 2 16 Everton Premier League 21 52 38 10 1.7 1 2 17 Borussia M.Gladbach Bundesliga 17 59 18 24 2.1 1.2 2 18 Fiorentina Serie A 19 58 21 21 1.8 1.1 2 19 Tottenham Premier League 21 57 19 24 1.3 1.2 2 20 Athletic Bilbao La Liga 19 58 16 26 1.7 1.3 1.9 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Possession % 89.5 89 88.5 88 87.5 87 86.5 86 85.5 85 84.5 84 Pass success % 25
  • 26. TIMMINT Market Intelligence Weekly Report 08 to 14- January 2014 All Leagues Players Alex 9 Wayne Rooney 93.9 Matías Fernández 10 Francesc Fábregas 93.5 93.5 James Rodríguez 8 Sergio Busquets Koke 8 Thiago Motta Neymar 8 Zlatan Ibrahimovic 8 93.2 92.6 Laurent Koscielny Assists Per Mertesacker Pass Success 92.5 92.5 Alessio Cerci 7 Xavi Borja Valero 7 Marc Bartra 92.2 Francesco Totti 7 Thiago Silva 92.2 Franck Ribéry 7 Mathieu Flamini 92.2 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 91 91.5 92 92.5 93 93.5 94 94.5 25 20 15 Goals 22 20 19 15 14 13 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 5 0 10.2 10 9.8 9.6 9.4 9.2 9 8.8 8.6 8.4 Goals 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 26
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  • 29. TIMMINT Market Intelligence January 2014 Weekly Report 08 to 14-