The 2019/20 Bundesliga is on hold by the global pandemic. Now is the time to have plenty of time to look back on the past 25 rounds. Quite surprisingly, the players who are leading many remarkable statistics in the Bundesliga this season.
Best goalkeeper: Yann Sommer
M’gladbach keeper Yann Sommer is by far the best defender in the temple after 25 rounds of the Bundesliga 2019/20. Sommer successfully defended 76.38 shots on target with M’gladbach from the start of the season.
Following Sommer are Peter Gulacsi (Leipzig, 73.91%), Lukas Hradecky (Leverkusen, 71.43%) and Koen Casteels (Wolfsburg, 71.43%), respectively. Quite surprisingly, the Top 5 did not have the name, Manuel Neuer. 5th place belongs to “New Neuer” goalkeeper Schalke Alexander Nuebel (70.97%). There is an interesting coincidence, the Top 5 goalkeepers with the best clearance percentage of 5 teams ranked closely from 3rd to 7th in the current Bundesliga rankings.
Best tackler: Jonathan Tah
It is not the bright center of Bayern, Dortmund or Leipzig, midfielder Jonathan Tah of Leverkusen who has the best tackling rate. Tah’s success rate of tackles is 65.58%.
The index shows that the 24-year-old German player has played on the foot seen this season. It looks big and heavy, but the Tahitian owns a maximum sprint speed of up to 34.3km / h. Tah’s handling skills are also smarter, his decision making is also more accurate to help him rank on bright faces like Dedryck Boyata (Hertha, 64.68%) Mats Hummels (Dortmund, 64.59%) and Dayot Upamecano (Leipzig, 64.07%).
Most crosses: Filip Kostic
Another surprising surprise, Frankfurt’s Filip Kostic winger is the Bundesliga‘s king of crosses this season. Since the beginning of the season, Kostic has a total of 140 crosses for the team. That is 56 times higher than Freiburg’s second-ranked player Christian Guenter (who had a total of 84 crosses after 25 rounds played).
However, the effectiveness of Kostic’s cross-rain show was not impressive. After 140 crosses, only four of his cross allowed the team to score. That’s equal to Thomas Mueller, although Mueller “only” has a total of 77 crosses for the Bayern players.
Most accurate pass: Axel Witsel
Not surprisingly, the king who passes the ball is usually the central midfielder. They play a dealing role with many short passes. It is only a little surprising that the most accurate passer of the Bundesliga so far is not Bayern’s “magician” Thiago Alcantara. The current pass king is Axel Witsel.
The central midfielder of Dortmund averages 82 passes per game with a success rate of 95.33%. Thiago did not even make the top five. The position right after Witsel belonged to Nico Elvedi (M’gladbach, 94.39%), Sven Bender (Leverkusen, 94.22%), Dedryck Boyata (Hertha, 93, 40%) and Manuel Akanji (92.77%).
The most breakthrough person: Amine Harit
Amine Harit is truly a breakthrough specialist in the Bundesliga this season. Schalke’s new star has made a total of 180 dribbles since the start of the season. The successful passing rate of Harit is also quite impressive. He had 85 passes to the ball, the success rate is approximately 50%.
Experts on the next person include Kai Proeger (Paderborn, 152) and Milot Rashica (Bremen, 144). Among the top 4 teams, only Dortmund and M’gladbach contributed are represented in the Top 5 in this category. Jadon Sancho and Marcus Thuram are in fourth place with 143 breakthroughs through people.
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