June 21, 2017 USL Toronto FC II--Charleston Battery vs Toronto FC II match preview (from torontofc.ca)
By the numbers: Toronto FC II vs. Charleston Battery June 21, 2017 3:26PM EDT Adam Krueger Here is a quick statistical breakdown of this Saturday’s game between Toronto FC II and the Charleston Battery. Goalkeeping TOR (Rank) CHS (Rank) Clean sheets 6 (3rd) 6 (3rd) Goals against 16 (15th) 17 (19th) Goaltending has been a strength for the Young Reds this season. They have conceded just 1.14 goals a match. Charleston has also had a strong season in net with 1.21 goals conceded per match. Distribution TOR (Rank) CHS (Rank) Total Passes 5,734 (10TH) 4,982 (18TH) Passing accuracy 76% (15th) 74% (22nd) Brian James leads the Young Reds with 588 total passes with an 81.5% completion rating. Justin Portillo leads the Battery with a 685 total passes with an 84.8% completion rating. Discipline TOR (Rank) CHS (Rank) Fouls Conceded 161 (20th) 170 (17th) Yellow Cards 18 (25th) 28 (6th) The Young Reds have done a great job at staying out of the referee's book this season. Charleston has conceded a similar amount of fouls but has a fairly high amount of bookings. Forrest Lasso has a team-high six yellows for the Battery. Attack TOR (Rank) CHS (Rank) Goals 5 (30th) 28 (3RD) Shots 145 (16TH) 192 (1ST) The Battery’s attack has been a major reason for the team’s early season success. Romario Williams has scored a team-high 11 goals in his 13 appearances. Williams currently sits second in the USL in scoring. Toronto FC II has scored just five times but has had five separate goal scorers.
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