Friday, June 20, 2008

WCQ 2010 by the numbers: 2nd edition

I haven't yet had occasion to view more than the last 15 minutes of the Canada - St. Vincent match played this evening in Montreal. In fact, the minute I turned on the match, the Vincy Heat notched their only goal on some boneheadedness from Adrian Cann. Canada won though, 4-1, and advance 7-1 on aggregate.

This doesn't stop me from reading the match reports and playing my numbers games.

Stats from WCQ, to date:
Player Start Sub Mins Goals Yellow Red
Dwayne De Rosario 2
180 2

Atiba Hutchinson 2
180


Paul Stalteri 2
180


Adrian Serioux 2
180


Pat Onstad 2
180


Ali Gerba 1 1 173 4

Issey Nakajima-Farran 2
172 1

Tomasz Radzinski 2
165
1
Julian de Guzman 2
137
1
Mike Klukowski 2
135


Adrian Cann 1
90


Richard Hastings 1
90


Jim Brennan
2 60


Patrice Bernier
2 43


Marcel de Jong
1 8


Rob Friend 1
7



And the updates minutes under Dale Mitchell:
Player Starter Sub Minutes
Stalteri, Paul 8
684
Nakajima-Farran, Issey 7 1 617
Klukowski, Mike 7
585
de Guzman, Julian 7
575
Hutchinson, Atiba 7
560
Radzinski, Tomasz 8
534
De Rosario, Dwayne 6
530
Serioux, Adrian 6
495
Onstad, Pat 5
450
Gerba, Ali 4 2 414
Hastings, Richard 5
405
Bernier, Patrice 4 4 394
Hainault, Andre 3 1 299
Hirschfeld, Lars 3
270
Cann, Adrian 2 1 225
Friend, Rob 3 2 216
Brennan, Jim 1 3 195
Hume, Iain 2 1 154
Imhof, Daniel 1 2 152
Peters, Jaime
2 91
Nash, Martin 1
90
Reda, Marco 1
90
Williams, Chris 1
90
McKenna, Kevin 1
90
Harmse, Kevin 1
90
Sutton, Greg 1
90
Gbeke, Charles 1
80
De Jong, Marcel 1 3 75
Occean, Olivier
3 75
Pozniak, Chris 1
65
Simpson, Josh 1 1 62
Jazic, Ante
1 45
Nsaliwa, Tam
2 37
Jakovic, Dejan
1 25
Ledgerwood, Nik
1 18
Johnson, Will
1 17
Simpson, Dave
1 10
Ribeiro, Antonio
1 5
Totals 99 34 8899

Other numerical items of interest:
  • With Ali Gerba and Dwayne De Rosario each scoring twice tonight, the two players are featuring even more prominently in the all-time goal scoring table, sitting 8th and 4th respectively.
  • I nearly nailed the prediction I made earlier today (I went with a 4-0 Canada win, with DDR, Gerba (x2) and Hutchinson scoring)
  • A nice crowd of around 11,500 showed up for the match, and looked good on TV (though not nearly as good as that pitch!)
  • The starting central defensive pairing of Cann and Serioux likely represents the most Adrians ever to suit up for Canada in a single game.
More in-depth analysis of the game may be forthcoming if I can find time to download and watch a torrent tomorrow, although another match will require most of my attention (and drinking will occupy the rest of it).

See also: WCQ 2010 by the numbers: 1st edition

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