Celje – GOG 33:29 (16:12)
The story of the way Celje played is seen through the eyes of HE: App.
The team is significantly more efficient when attacking with two pivots 63% than when attacking with one pivot 43% and it is interesting that with two pivots they played only 8 possessions, and with one pivot 28 possessions.
In the first half, Celje made a difference of 4 goals and scored 16 goals, which is good, but it is a consequence of a lot of goals from ”running actions” (fast break, counter-attack,…) – 6, while the positional attack was very ineffective – 30%
We see the main reason for such inefficiency in the first half in the disproportion between the quality of the team’s play and the ratio of minutes between Vlaho and Strmljan.
When Vlah played, the efficiency was 39%, and with Strmljan, the team scored 58% of possession.
Vlah participated in 23 attacks, and Strmljan in 12 of them.
A similar ratio was in the statistics of the whole match: with Vlah in the lineup 53% (19/36), and with Strmljan 67% (16/24)
The difference in their game is even more significant when you look at the efficiency of some of the lineups of 9m players in which they participate:
Ivankovic – Strmljan – Perzic 67% (6/9)
Ivankovic – Strmljan – Mlakar 78% (7/9)
while in principle the first lineup of 9m players Ivanković – Vlah – Mlakar is 23% (12/23)
Using HE: App live on or after the game, the coach would know this information and might decide that the more successful lineups of 9m players play more and maybe the team would attack more with 2 pivots, so maybe the victory would be with a bigger goal difference.
The story of the way GOG played seen through the eyes of HE: App.
Although they lost by 4 goals, they can hope to pass in the next round if they do not repeat the extremely bad first half in which they had 5 technical errors and the efficiency of the positional attack only 35%.
A big room for improvement is the realization of Tollbring 6/11 from the wing and from the 7-meter line.
The team’s play depends almost exclusively on the form of the Pytlick – Olsen – Gidsel 55% (20/36) line of 9m players who play the vast majority of the possession.
An important role plays Laerke who rests very successfully Pytlick 55% (5/9).
The key details in return could be the 7on6 attack in which they were extremely successful 83% (5/6)
in this match and playing with 2 pivots: Jorgensen and Bergendal 77% (7/9) which played in this match 7na6 and 6on5.