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After 12 rounds, Xenia Sports reviews the Saudi League statistics


Twelve rounds of the Saudi Professional Football League championship for the season 2020/2021 have passed in a season that is the most intense among the leading teams in many years, and we did not find a big difference between the leaders and the runners-up after more than a third of the season has passed.

Xenia Sports reviews the most prominent statistics of the Saudi League after 12 rounds of the competition:


Best goalkeepers:

Brazilian team goalkeeper Casio Angus topped the list of goalkeepers in the Saudi Professional League as the most clean-sheet guard in 8 meetings, after 12 rounds of the league competitions, and his compatriot Marcelo Grohe, Al Ittihad club goalkeeper, came second, as he kept a clean sheet in 4 meetings. Saudi goalkeepers Abdullah Al-Mayouf and Amin Bukhari are in the fourth and fifth places, who kept their sheets clean in 3 matches.


Strongest defense:

This is the defense of the Al-Taawon team the strongest in the Saudi League, as Al-Taawon team conceded 6 goals in 12 rounds, while Al-Hilal came second after conceding 8 goals and Al-Ittihad came third after conceding 10 goals, while Damak’s defense is the weakest in The Saudi League, where he conceded 24 goals in 12 rounds.


Strongest attack:

Al-Hilal and Al-Fateh teams scored the most goals in the Saudi League at the end of the 12th round, with a total of 20 goals scored by the attack of the two teams, and Al-Shabab, Al-Ahli and Al-Ettifaq came second with 19 goals that were scored by the attack of the three clubs in the past rounds of the Saudi Professional League.


Top Goalscorers:

The Swedish Abha striker, Carlos Strandberg, is the top scorer in the Saudi league with 9 goals, and the Portuguese Al-Batin striker Fabio Abreu comes second with 8 goals, and Romarinho, the Al-Ittihad striker, comes third with 7 goals. Saudi league scorers in past seasons.


Most booked teams:

Al-Faisali and Al-Shabab teams are the most yellow cards at the end of the 12th round, as Al-Faisali players get 34 yellow cards, and Al-Shabab 32 yellow cards, while Al-Raid’s team topped the violent playlist after the referees announced 4 red cards to its players, and Al-Qadisiyah came second with 3 cards. Red.

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