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The xG factor - Actual goals v Expected goals
10 August 2017 19:32 Post ID: #603605
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Interesting stuff - expect this type of analysis to enter the MotD arena this season apparently.

"'Expected goals' tells us whether a player really should have scored"

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/40699431

The interesting thing for me about Aguero's situation is that he is the striker who experienced the highest number of chances where a player would have been expected to score.....and in fact he did score most of them. Is it that he didn't score more 'unexpected goals'?

Makes my head hurt thinking about it
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