Which individuals stood out from the weekend's action?
We’ve crunched the Opta Data to pick out the best performing players across the Hyundai A-League.
Based on a range of metrics provided by the Hyundai A-League’s official data provider, here are the standout players from Round 19.
Dean Bouzanis (City) - Made seven saves, three more than any other player, and finished with a save percentage of 88%.
Raúl Llorente (Wanderers) - Made three interceptions, created three scoring chances, and made 37 pass attempts (78% accuracy).
Nigel Boogaard (Jets) - Made five clearances, scored a goal, and won 9/13 duels contested.
Brendan Hamill (Wanderers) - Made a round-high three blocks, and finished with a passing accuracy of 84% from 31 attempts.
Luke Wilkshire (Sydney FC) - Finished with a passing accuracy of 88% from 43 attempts, blocked one shot, and won 80% of duels contested (4/5).
Milos Ninkovic (Sydney FC) - Created one scoring chance, scored a goal, and finished with a passing accuracy of 88% from 48 attempts.
Joshua Brillante (Sydney FC) - Made 72 pass attempts with an accuracy of 94%, and created two scoring chances.
Jaushua Sotirio (Wanderers) - Scored a goal, won 3/6 duels, and attempted 21 passes for an accuracy of 76%.
Stefan Mauk (City) - Scored a goal and finished with a passing accuracy of 96% (from 48 attempts), the best of any player to attempt more than five passes.
Andy Keogh (Glory) - Created a scoring chance and scored from one of his two shots at goal.
Marcin Budzinski (City) - Created four scoring chances, including an assist, and also scored a goal of his own.
This article was originally published at: www.a-league.com.au/news/hyundai-a-league-performers-week-round-19