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[2012-03-24] Bayern Munich vs Hannover 96

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What is your prediction for this match?

Poll ended at Sat Mar 24, 2012 4:30 pm

Bayern Munich will win
15
100%
It will end in a draw
0
No votes
Hannover 96 will win
0
No votes
 
Total votes : 15

Re: [2012-03-24] Bayern Munich vs Hannover 96

Postby AvatarX » Sat Mar 24, 2012 6:06 pm

FCBayernMunchen wrote:
armbrust wrote:that chat belongs to this topic anyway.

I don't see what the COD discussion at HT has to do with this topic :P


Well, it is a community after all :)
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Re: [2012-03-24] Bayern Munich vs Hannover 96

Postby MUTU » Sat Mar 24, 2012 6:11 pm

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Re: [2012-03-24] Bayern Munich vs Hannover 96

Postby quaazi » Sun Mar 25, 2012 10:50 am

I was curious as to how badly the midweek fixture actually affected us here, so I looked at the distance traveled in the last three games -

Bayern - Hannover: 114 - 108
(We actually outran Hannover! Some of this might be the fact that we had Olic on the pitch - he was at 8 kms at 60 minutes when he was subbed off, so projecting his work rate in a linear path he would've ran the most of everyone at 90 mins had he not been subbed off.)

Hertha - Bayern: 109 - 107
(Hertha worked harder than us, but, y'know... we scored 6. Gustavo worked the most in this game, and the Hannover game too, actually. He needs rest soon.)

Bayern - Hoffenheim - 112,77 - 112,85
(We were just outran, but again, 7 goals. And again, Gustavo ran the most distance of the team. An interesting parallel with the Hannover game - Gomez was subbed off for Olic at the hour mark. Here, Gomez had traveled a whole 2 kilometers less, but had a hat trick to his name.)

So basically, a) we actually worked harder against Hannover despite the "grueling" 120 midweek minutes, but scored less; b) Gustavo needs some rest badly before he burns out (judging from the amount of niggling fouls he concedes it might already be happening; and c) Olic still has his high work rate going on, but he simply doesn't score nowhere near as much as Gomez - it might be telling that for the combined 90 minutes of Hoffenheim and Hannover he was on the pitch, our goal difference was 2-1, while the combined 90 minutes when Gomez was on, our goal difference was 7-1. Then again, our most fragile period defensively over those two games was the last 30 Olic-less minutes v Hannover.
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Re: [2012-03-24] Bayern Munich vs Hannover 96

Postby MUTU » Sun Mar 25, 2012 10:55 am

Very interesting analysis, thanks for this!
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Re: [2012-03-24] Bayern Munich vs Hannover 96

Postby AvatarX » Sun Mar 25, 2012 11:03 am

quaazi wrote:I was curious as to how badly the midweek fixture actually affected us here, so I looked at the distance traveled in the last three games -

Bayern - Hannover: 114 - 108
(We actually outran Hannover! Some of this might be the fact that we had Olic on the pitch - he was at 8 kms at 60 minutes when he was subbed off, so projecting his work rate in a linear path he would've ran the most of everyone at 90 mins had he not been subbed off.)

Hertha - Bayern: 109 - 107
(Hertha worked harder than us, but, y'know... we scored 6. Gustavo worked the most in this game, and the Hannover game too, actually. He needs rest soon.)

Bayern - Hoffenheim - 112,77 - 112,85
(We were just outran, but again, 7 goals. And again, Gustavo ran the most distance of the team. An interesting parallel with the Hannover game - Gomez was subbed off for Olic at the hour mark. Here, Gomez had traveled a whole 2 kilometers less, but had a hat trick to his name.)

So basically, a) we actually worked harder against Hannover despite the "grueling" 120 midweek minutes, but scored less; b) Gustavo needs some rest badly before he burns out (judging from the amount of niggling fouls he concedes it might already be happening; and c) Olic still has his high work rate going on, but he simply doesn't score nowhere near as much as Gomez - it might be telling that for the combined 90 minutes of Hoffenheim and Hannover he was on the pitch, our goal difference was 2-1, while the combined 90 minutes when Gomez was on, our goal difference was 7-1. Then again, our most fragile period defensively over those two games was the last 30 Olic-less minutes v Hannover.


Nice analysis.

I said that about Gustavo. He needs some rest as he is the player with the most distance travelled and tbh I would prefer to have Tymo vs Hannover than vs Marseille.
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