Jeonbuk Bo-Teng leads K League passing efficiency in August…Ulsan’s Kim Young-Kwon is second

Nana Boateng of the South Korean soccer team Jeonbuk Hyundai led the league in passing efficiency in August.

According to the August Packing Index released by the Korea Football Association on Thursday, the midfielder completed 228 passes in four matches, beating 400 opponents with those passes.

The packing index is an indicator of passing efficiency that shows how many opponents a player beats when a pass reaches a teammate.

Ghanaian defensive midfielder Boateng, who joined Jeonbuk in July, has quickly established himself as an integral part of Jeonbuk’s midfield with his forward passing skills, winning 167 balls in the central area, beating 275 opponents.

Boatteng was followed by Kim Young-kwon (Ulsan) with 306 successful passes, beating out 387 players. Kim topped the packing index from March through May and returned to the top after an injury-plagued June.

In the K League 2, Won Doo-jae (Gimcheon), Lee In-jae (Eland), and Lim Min-hyuk (Busan) recorded the highest passing efficiency.카지노

In August’s K League activity data, Palošević (Seoul) led the league in total distance run (48.16 kilometers) and Uhm Won-sang (Ulsan) led the league in top speed (36.25 kilometers per hour).

Hwang Jae-won (Daegu) was first in both sprint distance (2,632 meters) and number of sprints (123). A sprint is defined as a sprint with an average speed of more than 22.68 kilometers per hour while maintaining a speed of 14.4 kilometers per hour for at least two seconds.

In K League 2, Choi Jun (Busan) topped the distance with 55.11 kilometers and Choi Gun-ju (Busan) topped the speed with 37.39 kilometers per hour. Park Min-seo (Gyeongnam) was the top sprinter in both number of sprints and distance with 129 sprints and 2,889 meters.

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