A total of 105 goals have been scored so far in the first six rounds of the UAE ADNOC Pro League.
That makes it a healthy average of 2.5 goals per game, quite close to the 2.6 goals per match recorded during the 2018 FIFA World Cup that was held in Russia.
There has been action aplenty in the 42 matches held in the six rounds of the league so far with teams adopting attacking strategies in their search for goals.
Dubai’s Al Nasr Club are leading the goal-scoring chart with 15 goals scored, followed by top-of-the-standings Al Ain who scored 14 goals, of which nine have been netted by their Togolese striker, Kodjo Laba.
Interestingly, a total of 29 goals have been scored by teams between the 76th and 90th minute of games.
The second most-preferred period for scoring goals was between the 61st and 75th minutes, and it was this period that has witnessed a total of 23 goals.
Some of the teams have been quick in finding the back of the net during the first 15 minutes following kick off piling up a total of 15 goals, equally balanced off with another 15 goals scored between the 31st to the 45th minutes.
The minutes between the 46th and the 60th have seen a total of 12 goals, followed by the period between the 16th and 30th minutes, that witnessed a total of 11 goals.
Teams of the competition tended to score more in the second half of the encounters as a total of 64 goals have been netted in the second period, whereas 41 goals were scored in the first half.