Granada CFTOIn recent meetings, marking has become an arduous task
When the multiple virtues of this Granada are listed, their scoring ability is usually not among the most prominent, and although the Andalusians started the course by banishing that team label with limited offensive power, the difficulties to pierce the opposing goalkeeper have surfaced in recent weeks.
Diego Martnez's pupils began the competition by stomping, and in the first five days they accumulated eleven goals in favor, nine of them far from Los Crmenes, placing themselves as the most performing group as a visitor, a privilege that still maintains. In the next five meetingsg the slowdown and the scoring figure fellto the medical dozen targets.
Butthe alarms have gone on in recent weeks, in which the offensive production of the Andalusians has collapsed, celebrating onlythree goals in the last five games,commitments in which Granada has conceded four defeats and scratched a draw.
After fifteen days consumed, Granada accumulates 152 auctions, the fourth lowest figure in the entire category, only above Valladolid, Alavs and Celta, three teams that also beat the rojiblancos in touches within the rival area. Of these shots,48 have gone to goalkeeper, which means an average of 3.2 shots between the three clubs per night. Despite these figures, the Grenadians remain, with 18%, among the groups with greater effectiveness.
In the matches against Athletic, Atltico, Valencia, Real Sociedad and Getafe the Nazar team has failed to overcome the three shots at the rival goal, staying before Basques and Valencians with a single shot at the target. A lack of fluidity and depth that Granada will have to solve in the next matches if it wants to return to the path of triumphs.
. (tagsToTranslate) Granada CF (t) First Division