Five interesting stats from the 2-2 draw between Leeds and Charlton Athletic

Alex Mowatt bagged a brace as Leeds United drew with Charlton last night.

Neil Redfearn will be pleased with the point at home against Charlton with Leeds United stepping in the right direction after defeat to Cardiff last weekend.

The Whites battled well to play some good football in front of their home crowd and they should be confident of a win this weekend against Blackpool, which would be the first since Redfearn’s first spell in charge of the team earlier this season.

Here are five interesting stats from the game last night.

18 – The number of shots Leeds United had on goal, which shows a productive and free flowing attacking game.

  Total Scoring AttAppearances
Leeds 18 1
Charlton 6 1

3 – The number of dribbles Charlton had during the game. Leeds only produced one, which suggests the visitors were more effective trying to be incisive on the move.

91.7% - The passing accuracy of Leeds star Alex Mowatt who was the most accurate for Leeds during the whole game.

  PositionTeamPassing Accuracy
Francis Coquelin MF Charlton 94%
Alex Mowatt MF Leeds 92%

93.8% - The passing accuracy of Arsenal star Francis Coquelin, which was the highest of any player on the night (Disregarding Brian Montenegro who was only on the pitch for one minute).

6 – The number of times Tommaso Bianchi was fouled. He picked up free kicks in good positions, which helped disrupt the rhythm of Charlton’s attacking play.

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