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Statistics: Which Team is Most Accurate Shooting the Ball?

(Adriano scores against Ulsan from a tight angle, SPOTV via youtube.com)
Who averages the most shots per game?  Who is on target the most?   

With the international break, most teams are off over the weekend.  With just over a third of the season having been played, I thought it would be interesting to look at how teams are doing statistically.  Utilizing kleague.com, I have made this chart showing the number of shots each team along with how many are on target each team averages, shooting accuracy, and their league position.  

Granted, there are many better and more accurate metrics that utilize shooting statistics to determine how effective they are such as this and this and this.  There are obvious factors such as the quality of the shot that are not in these details, but I have neither the time nor mental ability to calculate advanced stats. However, maybe looking at the team's league position and shooting accuracy might be able to tell us something, even if it is minor, about that team.  

K-League Classic: Shooting
Team
Goals For (avg.)
Shots (avg.)
On Goal (avg.)
Accuracy (%)
League Pos.
Jeju United
22 (2.0)
15.73
6.55
42%
5th
FC Seoul
22 (2.0)
14.73
7.91
54%
2nd
Jeonbuk Motors
21 (1.91)
14.09
6.55
46%
1st
Sangju Sangmu
22 (1.83)
11.25
5.55
47%
7th
Seongnam
21 (1.75)
10.92
5.58
51%
3rd
Suwon Bluewings
18 (1.5)
12.83
6.42
50%
9th
Gwangju FC
12 (1.09)
8.91
4.45
50%
6th
Ulsan
13 (1.08)
12.75
7.42
58%
4th
Pohang Steelers
13 (1.08)
9.42
5.25
56%
8th
Jeonnam Dragons
11 (0.92)
10.33
4
39%
11th
Suwon FC
10 (0.83)
13.75
6.5
47%
10th
Incheon United
9 (0.75)
8.92
4.58
51%
12th

For much of the season, FC Seoul led the league in shots per game.  However, after Jeju put up 24 shots in a loss to Ulsan, Seoul no longer average the most shots per game.  Nonetheless, Seoul still put the most on target, almost 8 a game, and the only other team to average more than 7 shots a game is Ulsan.  Interesting enough, Ulsan are also the most accurate team shooting the ball, with almost 60% of their shots on goal.  They have only scored 13 goals, which is quite low, but in the last two games Ulsan have put six into the back of the net.  I think this is a reflection of the number of shots Ulsan average and how accurate they are shooting the ball.

At the opposite end of the spectrum, Jeonnam are the worst attacking team in my opinion.  They average the lowest number of shots on target, 4 per game, and are the only team to have a shooting accuracy under 40%.  With the talent such as Orsic and Jugovic at their disposal, I feel as though they should be doing much better creating shots, so they are obviously in need of a philosophical change of some sort be it a new manager or something.

Finally, not much separates Gwangju and Incheon in terms of the average number of shots per game, on goal per game, and shooting accuracy.  Yet, Incheon languish in last place while Gwangju are in 6th.  It helps that Jung Jo-gook, a Seoul castaway, has scored seven goals already but I think the difference between the two team has been Kim Min-hyeok.  He has four assists and I would say most everything good that happens offensively for Gwangju comes through him.  FC Seoul are struggling in the midfield and right now I am sure Choi Yong-soo wishes he had not let him depart last summer.

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