Stat Attack: Spurs vs QPR


Kyle Walker - Tottenham Hotspur News

• Spurs beat Blackburn 2-1 in their last Barclays Premier League outing thanks to two goals from Dutch midfielder Rafael van der Vaart

• Those two goals saw van der Vaart leap 23 places to 7th in the EA SPORTS Player Performance Index, making him Spurs’ top ranked player. Van der Vaart has now scored 5 goals in the Barclays Premier League from 23 attempts with 74% on target.

• Kyle Walker has been in superb form for Spurs this season, and had a hand in Spurs’ opening goal. As well as contributing dangerous attacking runs, Walker has won 94% of tackles attempted this season, missing just one of 18. He has also show great awareness by making 13 interceptions

• Spurs covered 106.398km in that game, with Scott Parker covering the most distance with 11.013km

• QPR will be on a high after beating West London neighbours Chelsea 1-0 in their last game

• QPR covered 114.754km in that game, with Luke Young covering the most ground with 11.279km. Young has covered the most ground in QPR’s last two games

Premier League - EA Sports Stats

Stats courtesy of EA SPORTS Player Performance Index

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  1. Those Chelsea twats should have won 5-0 . All we have too do is up our tempo because Q.P.R run 114 klm we only ran `106 klm someone is not putting a full shift in we need 442 back or it will be another nail biting shite game.

  2. luke young was one of the spurs and he could have been an international if we had kept him.we bought foreign wankers not as good as him

  3. big g every week i read you say we're gonna lose….and each week you get proved wrong..Are u sure your not
    a fan of another club not a million miles away and whose fans names start with a G? Luke Young was never Premier ship class either. Couldnt lace Walkers boots. Charlie was better than Luke.


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