Afternoon. Hope you remembered to change your clocks over the weekend. If not, you’re probably still fuming about the bollocking you got off your gaffer this morning, nevertheless, that’s why I’m here. It’s that time of the week. 1-25.
As promised, we have a special season edition where we chuck 1-25 out the window and delve into 1-100! If you recall the maiden 1-25, my aim was to do 1-100 for every weekend but believe me, after the amount of time it took to do this, it would’ve been a complete non-starter.
For those that don’t know, it’s a number-based stat around each number; normally it’s 1-25, this time it’s 1-100. Strap yourselves in as we look at all the numbers to do with the fourth ISL. It’s going to be emotional. Let’s not faff around anymore, it’s time for some action!! Come on!
Win away from home for NorthEast United.
Red cards for Delhi’s Pratik Chowdhary.
Goals from Inigo Calderon, the highest scoring defender.
Goals scored by six players, Arana, Doungel, Trindade, Adil Khan, Marcinho & CK Vineeth. Good job we’re not playing golf with all these fours knocking about.
Draws apiece for Jamshedpur & Chennai – A joint high.
Home goals conceded by Bengaluru in the regular season. They shipped three in the final. Woops.
Clean sheets for Jamshedpur & Pune City.
Out of Kerala’s eighteen games had over 2.5 goals. Meh.
Goals scored by Jeje, the second highest Indian goalscorer.
Interceptions in ten games by Marko Stankovic.
Goals combined for Kerala’s top three goalscorers, Hume, CK Vineeth & Jackichand. Five individuals got more than that on their own. Goal-shy.
Assists combined for Bengaluru’s Udanta & Edu Garcia.
Goals scored by Delhi’s Kalu Uche in 15 games. He’s now moved to ATK.
Goals for Sunil Chhetri. Majestic.
Yellows cards combined for the FC Goa trio of Jahouh, Lanzarote & Edu Bedia. Love a card.
Fouls committed by Iain Hume. If you can’t beat ‘em, kick ‘em.
Yellow cards combined for Chennaiyin’s Henrique Sereno & Dhanpal Ganesh.
Draws in the ISL. Honours even.
Interceptions made by Jamshedpur’s ever-present Memo.
Crosses more made by Delhi than their closest competitor, NorthEast (295 vs 275). On your head.
Yellow cards for Delhi, the lowest in the league. Clean.
Goals conceded by Kerala Blasters.
Points for Mumbai.
Yellow cards awarded by referee A. Rowan in nine matches.
Interceptions made by NorthEast’s Rowlin Borges. One step ahead.
Tackles made by Mumbai’s Everton Santos.
Shots by ATK’s Robbie Keane. He shoots, he scores! Sometimes.
Touches of the ball for Bengaluru’s Daniel Segovia.
Shots attempted by the aforementioned Kalu Uche. He scored thirteen of them. Precision.
Interceptions made by Siam Hanghal, the Kerala youngster.
Goals in FC Goa’s away matches in the regular season. Away days.
Shots by Pune’s Diego. Hit it!
Saves made by ATK’s Debjit Majumder.
Tackles made by Narayan Das, who has been linked with a move to Delhi.
Touches of the ball for Chennaiyin’s Fulganco Cardozo.
Fouls committed by Dhanpal Ganesh.
Yellow cards accumulated by Mumbai.
Away wins in the ISL which is four higher than the amount of home wins!
Goals in FC Goa’s home matches in the regular season.
Tackles made by Jamshedpur’s Wellington Priori.
Fouls committed by Pune’s Alfaro. Highest in the league.
% was Miku’s success rate when it came to duels.
Passes per game on average for Erik Paartalu.
Saves by the golden glove winner Subrata.
Was the amount of games that had over 2.5 goals and also the amount that had under 2.5 goals. Symmetry.
Saves made by Bengaluru’s Gurpreet.
Goals scored by players from Spain. Hola.
Combined shots on target by Mumbai’s Balwant and Everton Santos.
Tackles made by Jamshedpur’s Souvik Chakrabarti.
Tackles made by Kerala’s Sandesh Jhingan.
Goals in Pune’s league games.
Tackles made by Japan-bound Gerson Vieria.
More touches for NorthEast’s Odair Fortes than Delhi’s Sukhdev Patil.
Shots for Marcelinho. The highest of Pune.
Saves by Mumbai’s Amrinder. If only they could score.
Shots combined by ATK’s Zequinha & Robbie Keane.
Passes per game on average for Delhi’s Paulinho Dias.
% of Marcos Tebar’s long passes were accurate.
Touches for the youngster Deependra Negri.
Combined saves by Kerala’s Rachubka & Subhasish.
Was the number of defensive duels that Hitesh Sharma was involved in.
% of the duels Sambinha was involved in, he won.
% success rate for Inigo Calderon when it comes to aerial duels.
Goals in Delhi’s games.
Passes to the final third by Kerala’s Zakeer Mundampara.
Passes made by Chennaiyin’s Dhanachandra.
Defensive duels for Delhi’s Chhangte.
Defensive duels for Delhi’s Vinit Rai. Two in a row.
Minutes per game on average for Bengaluru’s Lenny.
Attempts on goal by Goa’s Manuel Lanzarote.
Cards awarded collectively by MB Santosh Kumar & Rahul Gupta. Get your cards out for the lads.
Interceptions made by Chennaiyin’s Jerry.
Goals scored by Indian players. Bodes well.
Shots on target between Bengaluru’s Chhetri & Miku.
% of the English players in the ISL scored.
% of Jerry’s (yes, him again) passes were accurate. Well in.
Minutes went by for every goal that Naveen Kumar conceded.
Touches of the ball for NorthEast’s Helio Pinto.
Long passes attempted by John Johnson. Hooof.
Interceptions made by Pune’s Sarthak Golui.
Touches of the ball for NorthEast’s Odair Fortes in four games.
Minutes per goal conceded for Karanjit.
% of Hugo Boumous’ passes reached their intended destination.
Touches of the ball for Kerala’s Loken Meitei.
Tackles made by Lucian Goian. Second only to Jahouh.
Years aged while writing this. Seriously, I was clean-shaven when I started, I now have a beard like Santa.
Long passes attempted by Paartalu.
Passes by Chowdhury in the Kerala goal.
Long passes attempted by Karanjit.
Was the total of amount of games this season in the regular season. Yes I know that’s not a great one, I was struggling at this point, leave me alone.
Passes made by ATK’s Darren Caldeira.
Points combined for 2nd, 3rd & 4th.
Touches of the ball for Pune’s Kamaljit.
More shots than Kerala Blasters for Bengaluru.
Passes made by ATK’s Sibongakonke Mbatha in three games. Try saying that at the end of a night out.
Minutes would pass and Coro would score again. Deadly.
Minutes per goal conceded for Bengaluru’s Gurpreet.
Touches for Kerala’s Samuel Shadap. Shadap your face.
More passes than Dimas Delgado for Edu Bedia.
% win record for Robbie Keane as a manager.
Bloody hell. There you have it. 100 stats for your perusal. I’ll be honest, I was meant to do a reserve round-up as well for today but this has taken it out of me so that’ll have to make an appearance tomorrow. That is of course if I recover from doing this which is still something worth speculating over.
Nonetheless, twas much fun. Still not too sure whether the stats will be as readily available on the Super Cup moving forward. Never mind, we’ll see next week! See you tomorrow.
Until the next time.