Last week, I initiated a "Wuhan Football/Zalleng Knowledge Quiz". There are five Wuhan Football-related questions. See the picture below for details. However, in the dozens of responses in the subsequent question and answer, only one friend answered correctly (
In fact, before I asked the question, I told my friends that these five questions are all hidden mysteries, and it is easier to answer the third question 3/4/5 wrongly. Among them, the fourth question "
The kid insisted that it was Han Pengfei who scored the goal. His evidence (original words) is as follows: "**Sports commentator
Back in the 2019 season, Wuhan Zall did not score a goal in the first round of the Chinese Super League against Beijing Guoan. In the second round, he defeated the Beijinger 1-0 and scored a goal. In the third round, he lost 1-2 to Jiangsu Suning and scored a goal. Phil scored). From this point of view, who scored a goal in a match with Renhe, then Zall’s first goal of the season. This game against Renhe is Zall’s home game. I was also on the scene in this game. The goal occurred in the 62nd minute. Zhou Tong made a free kick on the left side of the frontcourt. Li Xing took a free kick. Zhongzhuoer scored the goal. Obviously, it was Han Pengfei who made this goal. He struggled with the opponent's defender Luo Xin, which led to the goal. Since there was no replay at the scene and Han Pengfei also celebrated for the first time, the live anchor broadcasted "Han Pengfei Goal".
Watch the video replay of this goal. In fact, I watched this video no less than ten times. At first glance, it is really difficult to tell if the goal was made by Han Pengfei or Luo Xin. But after a closer look, I personally think that Luo Xin's thigh is refracted in it.
In an official game, in addition to the head referee’s record, the key data of each game is also recorded by the two assistant referees and the fourth official. In addition, the two referee supervisors will also record the field while observing the referee’s performance and supervising the overall game. On the data. These data include the scoring players and time of the two sides, the way of scoring (whether a penalty), the disciplinary information of both players (red and yellow card player numbers and a simple record of the reason for the card), other information that needs to be recorded, such as penalty kicks.
After the game, all the above-mentioned people who participated in the refereeing or supervision of the game will meet for the first time to confirm their respective statistical information. After all the confirmation is consistent, three reports are formed: referee report, referee supervision report, match supervision report, and report meeting Uploaded to the referee management department and competition department of the Chinese Football Association. The information received by the two departments must be checked. If there is still inconsistency, all parties will be asked to check again.
. So the question is, where are these official data? In fact, all the technical information of the A-level matches must be made public, and in principle should be announced by the media department of the Chinese Football Association. However, due to various reasons, the major media will use their own statistics or third-party data purchased as the standard, resulting in many data inconsistencies.
, The more representative is the 2017/2018 season Premier League Tottenham player Kane's goal data change event. In 2018, on April 12, Tottenham beat Stoke City 2-1 in an away game. This was originally a game without much attention, but it attracted widespread attention after the game. The reason is the attribution of Tottenham’s second goal in the game. At that time, Premier League officials first awarded the ball to Kane, and then changed the sentence to his teammate Eriksson. After the game, Kane sent 4 tweets in a row, even swearing by his daughter's life! In the end, Tottenham filed an appeal for Kane, and the Premier League again officially changed the sentence and counted the goal in Kane's account...
Returning to the topic of Super League data, in fact, controversial data like whether Han Pengfei scored or not is still a small number. In addition, although the Football Association does not disclose all the information, we still have a way to find it. The way is to find the team's subsequent The starting list. Since the 2019 season, the league starting list determined by the Football Association has undergone a huge change. In my opinion, it is not an exaggeration to say that this is a historical improvement. The new table adds the team’s previous record and player’s record. Information on field position, jersey name, age, number of appearances/time, goals, red/yellow cards, etc. This form will be determined approximately 60 minutes before the game. The starting list must be confirmed by the coaches of both sides, but other data is confirmed and filled out by the referee team according to the official data of the Football Association. So theoretically speaking, the players in it The data is the official data, and the "goal" data is the data of the player's accumulated goals in the previous round.
The third round of Wuhan Zall’s away game against Jiangsu Suning’s pre-match starting list is not difficult to find. In Han Pengfei’s goal data, it is obviously a "0", so it also confirms the previously mentioned answer, that is It was Rafael who scored for Zall in the third round, he was the creator of Zall's first goal of the season. In fact, I also sent this starting list as evidence to the kid who questioned me, but his answer was: "Can the football association's data be trusted? Sometimes it is printed wrong?" From here, I knew it. It's time for me to end the conversation with him and decisively block him.
Of course, some people will say that this is indeed only side evidence, but positive evidence? For this reason, I specifically consulted the teacher Zhu Yi from Dezhuan, and he told me: "This starting list is based on previous referee reports. There is no problem, but this data is not public." Then he helped me find it. The post-match report of that game was very clearly written "Luo Xin, Oolong." Before writing this article today, I discussed with my friends again and transferred De to the post-match report on this game. When it was found, it also showed "Luo Xin, Oolong." So, here, the answer to this question is obvious.
I want to talk about my feelings. I remember that when I first entered the football journalist business, I often found a lot of domestic football data in order to write a manuscript. Of course, some data can be easily found through some sports apps or news channels, but some data Very difficult to find, such as personal historical data of certain players, historical data, low-level league data, and so on. Sometimes in order to find a piece of data, it will take several hours to find a lot of people to verify it. Therefore, this has also allowed us to form our own statistical data habit. Basically, I will count the key information of each game after multiple confirmations after the game. At the same time, I also especially admire such private organizations or bloggers as "China Football Academy", "Asaikana", "FM Dalian Team Investigator", etc., who have acted as the "official" channels for domestic football data for a long time. Like, because they are silently contributing to Chinese football.
我想谈谈我的感受。我记得当我刚开始从事足球记者业务时，经常会发现许多国内足球数据以撰写手稿。当然，可以通过某些体育应用程序或新闻频道轻松找到某些数据，但是很难找到某些数据，例如某些运动员的个人历史数据，历史数据，低级别联赛数据等等。有时为了查找一条数据，需要很多小时才能找到很多人对其进行验证。因此，这也使我们养成了自己的统计数据习惯。基本上，我将在比赛后经过多次确认后计算每个游戏的关键信息。同时，我也特别欣赏像“中国足球学院”，“ Asaikana”，“ FM大连队调查员”等私人组织或博主，他们充当了国内足球数据的“官方”渠道。很久。之所以这样，是因为他们默默地为中国足球做出了贡献。
"There is a thousand Hamlet in a thousand people." Everyone understands the meaning of this saying. After all, why did you write this article? In fact, I want everyone (at least the netizens who read this article) to understand this simple truth. Please respect the data in everything. This is true in every industry.
Finally, announce the answers to the above five questions: