A match between Denmark and Norway through HE:App brings interesting facts:
The most efficient lineup of back players is Sagosen, O’Sullivan, and Roed with a realization of 71% (10/14) in the first half.
They did not play a single attack in the second half.
Sagosen, Reinkind, and O’Sullivan played the most, with 47% (8/17).
Where is the mistake?
The Norwegian coach did the most logical thing at the time, as he did not have information on the individual’s contribution to the collective efficiency, so he introduced a player who was more efficient individually.
Looking at individual statistics Reinkind is the most efficient Norwegian player with a realization above 80% (5/6), while Roed has 2/3 (67%).
The mistake lies in the fact that the Norwegian national team scored 15/24 attacks in which Roed participated and he is the player with whom his team had the best team performance (62.5%), while according to the same criteria Reinkind has only 43% (14 / 32).
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