Statistical Analysis as England maintains 100 % record against Ukraine
Gareth Southgate’s England side secured the three maximum points at Wembley as they welcomed Ukraine at home.
The home side took the lead through skipper Harry Kane as he was set up by Arsenal youngster Bukayo Saka with a lovely cross into the box.
While the win helped Harry Kane’s led England to maintain a 100% record after its opening day wins against Italy.
Following England’s 2-0 win over Ukraine, Isagoal.com reveals the statistical analysis aftermath of the game.
Shots on Target
7 (England) (Ukraine) 0
England’s dominance in the final third was clear by margins as they had 7 shots on goal in the game. While Ukraine couldn’t register anyone in the entire game.
And it wouldn’t be wrong to say that England deservedly won the match as goals from Harry Kane and Bukayo Saka powered England to a famous home win.
Shots off Target
5(England) (Ukraine) 1
The home side had 5 shots off target as against the only 1 attempt Ukraine had in the entire game.
And it showed how better England was upfront to their visiting counterpart.
59 (England) (Ukraine) 41
The visitors were largely the second-best team on this occasion as England dominated the game from the midfield.
The likes of Declan Rice and James Maddison ensured quality contributions in central areas for the Three Lions.
And it’s no surprise how they had the 59% of the ball compared to Ukraine’s 41% of the ball possession in the entire match.
7(England) (Ukraine) 1
England was resilient in the final third as they steered up the opposing defence in conceding a couple of corner-kicks in the contest.
England’s attacking threat forced Ukraine into conceding 7 corner kicks. While Ukraine managed only one corner kick in the entire match.
2 (England) (Ukraine) 4
Most times, it’s the weaker side that accumulates more offside in a contest.
And so is the same here as Ukraine sought to force their way back into the game by all means.
In the end, Ukraine had 4 Offsides compared to England’s two Offsides in the entire duration.
9 (England) (Ukraine) 12
In a competitive game of this stance, a couple of physical challenges are expected by all measures.
And we could see that the visitors committed more fouls in their bid to get the ball back from home side England.
In the end, England had 9 fouls as against 12 fouls from the Ukraine side.
19 (England) (Ukraine) 9
The match produced a series of throw-ins in the 90 minutes encounter which was expected from the onset.
In a highly intense game where quality was evident, especially from England’s perspective, a number of throw-ins would be the case as we’ve seen from the statistics.
England had about 19 throw-ins as compared to 9 throw-ins from the visiting side of Ukraine.
0 (England) (Ukraine) 1
England played with finesse and class when they faced Ukraine at the famous Wembley Stadium.
And it was not likely for them to committee so a harsh kind of challenge to get a booking in this tie. But this was unlike the Ukraine side which committed more fouls in the game.
And as a result, Ukraine’s Rusian Malinovskyi was the only player booked in the match. He was given a yellow card in the 69th minute of the clash.
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