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Australia

AustraliaAsian Cup 2011

Undefeated in Group stage

Won Group C

Beat Iraq 1-0 in QF (a.e.t)

Beat 6-0 Uzbekistan in SF

Lost final 1-0 to Japan (a.e.t)

Performance Summary

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Defensive Summary

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Defensive Summary

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Defensive Summary

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Defensive Summary Japan Goal

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Defensive Summary - Carney Error

Distance between Carney (Aus) and Lee (Jap) = 9m

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Attacking AnalysisAustralia GOALS 4 headed goals highest in the Asian Cup 30% of Australia's goals

Australia struggled against teams that covered a lot of distance and had the highest sprints (S. Korea, Iraq, Japan)Lost to Japan in the final

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7 Goals from the penalty areaConsistently high aerial passes into the box from the left hand side of the pitchLong passes from deep defensive positions towards strikers for the break4 Headers (Direct)Ranked 4th in the whole tournament for average total team header shots [3 per game]

Australia

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Typical Australia

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ScoresPlayingShotsOn TargetOff Target4-0India9721-1Korea171251-0Bahrain177101-0 (EXT)Iraq15786-0Uzbekistan151410-1 (EXT)Japan1768

Shot Success RateOveral ScorePlayingTotal ShotsOn TargetOff Target13-2600 mins905334

60% of Shots taken were on target7 minutes per shot

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Ranked 4th in the whole tournament for average successful passes [342 passes per game]

Ranked 5th in tournament for % medium passes [56% per game]

Ranked 5th in tournament for % long passes [23%]

Ranked 15th in tournament for % of short passes [22% per game]

Distribution

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Comparison of attempted and successful passes between big win (India) and final loss (Japan)

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Distribution comparison between 2 games

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The difference between our passes Vs India (biggest win) and Japan (loss)

CULINA was the top passer in this game with 95 passes, additionally he was also the top receiver, receiving the ball 79 timesNEILL was the top passer in this game with 49 passes. Additionally, WILKSHIRE was the top receiver, receiving the ball 40 times.

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Distance covered and intensityAverage distance covered 113.8 km 5th overall in tournamentSimilar type of intensity in all games CONSISTENCYLow intensity 40 % jog, 33 % walk

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High intensity attributesTeam physical attributeTournament rankingAVG total sprints13AVG distance during sprints10HI distance overall9HI without possession14AVG distance during HS runs10HI with possession2

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Individual EnduranceCarl Valeri (CM)Covered most distance ~ 13 kmStarted 4, Sub 1

Matt McKay (LM)Covered most distance ~ 13 kmStarted 4, Sub 2

Top performers: 1. Sprints 2. Runs 3. Recovery time

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Activity profile in final vs Japan

DistanceNumbers

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HI activity

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RecommendationsNeed to improve attacking play and Forward runs off the ball

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RecommendationsAttacking play Australia scored on average 2.17 goals per game. The average was 2.81 for teams in the tournamentIncorporate mental training when players are tiredMove ball to key players highlighted (CULINA) - greater influence on distribution and attacking playMore action HI activities (with possession) and sprints -Possible to change tactics

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AustraliasAsian Cup 2011