Everyone here at Sport-locker.net was absolutely buzzing about the Dani Alves screamer for Barcelona against Real Madrid in the El Clasico last week!
And we were even more excited when his adidas miCoach stats got pinged to our inbox earlier today.
The Brazilian pinged a strike into the top corner (with his adizeros) to help guide Barcelona into the Copa del Rey semi-final – and he’s got some pretty impressive stats from the game as well.
The Speed_Cell data shows that he had to work hard in both attack and defence for his team against Real Madrid, but was still able to play a hi-intensity game even into the later stages.
- Dani’s maximum speed was a 29.25 km/h – an impressive speed against formidable opposition.
- He reached his red sprint zone 48 times during the 90 minutes.
- The intensity breakdown shows that Dani’s hi-intensity distance of 1,228 m – the distance he covered in the yellow and red zones – was as often in his red zone as his yellow zone. This demonstrates that his change of pace and 90-minute stamina are potent weapons on the right-hand side for his team.
- It also shows that Dani is always on the move and causing problems for the opponents’ left wing, racking up a distance of 8.964km during the match.
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