Nana Boateng of professional soccer team Jeonbuk Hyundai ranked first in passing efficiency in August.
According to the August packing index released by the Korea Professional Football League on the 14th, Boateng appeared in 4 games and completed 228 passes, and with these passes, he was counted as beating 400 opposing players.
The packing index is an indicator of the efficiency of a pass and indicates the number of opposing players beaten by a pass when it reaches a teammate.토토사이트
Boateng, a Ghanaian defensive midfielder who joined Jeonbuk in July, has established himself as the core of Jeonbuk’s midfield in a short period of time with his forward passing skills, including beating 275 players with 167 passes in the central area.
Following Boateng, Kim Young-kwon (Ulsan) was found to have surpassed 387 players with 306 successful passes. Kim Young-kwon ranked first in the packing index from March to May in a row, and after a slowdown in June due to injury, he entered the top rankings again.
In K League 2, Won Doo-jae (Gimcheon), Lee In-jae (E-Land), and Lim Min-hyuk (Busan) recorded high passing efficiency in that order.
In addition, in the August K-League activity data, Palosevic (Seoul) ranked first in total distance traveled (48.16 km), and Eom Won-sang (Ulsan) ranked first in maximum speed (36.25 km per hour).
Hwang Jae-won (Daegu) ranked first in both sprint distance (2,632m) and number of sprints (123). Sprint refers to running at an average speed exceeding 22.68 km/h while maintaining 14.4 km/h for at least 2 seconds.
In the case of K League 2, Choi Jun (Busan) ranked first in distance with 55.11 km, and Choi Geon-ju (Busan) ranked first in speed with 37.39 km per hour. In the sprint, Park Min-seo (Gyeongnam) was first in both number and distance with 129 runs and 2,889 m.