It was revealed that the players who passed the best in professional soccer K-League 1 last month were Osmar of FC Seoul and Grant of Pohang Steelers.
On the 12th, the Korea Professional Football League announced the results of pass analysis for rounds 29 to 32 of the K League 1 held last month.
According to this, Osmar played in 4 K-League 1 games last month and completed 331 passes. Through this pass, he was able to beat 424 opponents.
Osmar was the starting point of Seoul’s build-up and the center of transition play in each game. Osmar recorded the most passes in the super match against rival Suwon (round 29) and against Gwangju (round 30), where pressure and counterattacks continued.
The areas where Osmar’s passing efficiency stood out were the defensive and central areas. He also ranked first in short passes (under 15m) and mid-distance passes (15m to 30m).
Osmar maintained stability by turning the ball with a relatively short pass in the defensive area. In the central area, he attempted to control the pace with short passes and mid-distance passes to maintain possession of the ball and support the attack.메이저놀이터
Second place was Pohang central defender Grant. He beat 320 people with 271 successful passes.
Grant commands the final line of defense in Pohang, which attempts to press from a high position. He simultaneously supports counterattacks as a starting point for build-up.
Like Osmar, Grant also had high pass efficiency when attempting passes from the back. He ranked 3rd in passes in the defensive area and 2nd in passes in the central area. He also ranked second after Osmar in mid-distance passes. He beat 175 opponents with 142 successful mid-distance passes.
Grant led a solid defense while maintaining the team’s direction of forward and counterattack. In the four games last month in which Grant played as a central defender, Pohang recorded no goals.