Albert Adomah was signed by Queens Park Rangers from Nottingham Forest in 2020. The right forward made 34 appearances for his new team last season. This season the forward player has played a different role. The team plays with three at the back formation, and Adomah plays as a wing-back on the right.
The player has made ten appearances for the team this season. He has started in five matches and came off the bench in the other five matches. He is yet to open his goal-scoring account but has already provided two assists. The player has created an expected assists rate of 2.09 in these ten matches. Adomah has attempted five shots and created an expected goal rate of 0.82.
When looking at the above chart, the general rule is that the longer the bar, the better the performance – you can see the league average in the middle, and the % is the percentile rank the player is in. The chart shows that his attacking and creativity stats are better than most of the players in the league.
The Ghanaian averages 0.95 shots per 90, and his xG rate per shot is 0.12. He has taken 19 touches inside the opposition’s penalty box and his average is 2.57 touches in the opposition’s penalty box per 90. Adomah has attempted 55 dribbles in the season so far and averages 7.43 dribbles per 90. One of the stats in which the player leads is the attacking actions per 90. He averages 17.30 attacking actions per 90 with a 47.66% success rate.
The passing and progression chart shows that Adomah has one of the highest assists per 90 and expected assists per 90 rate in the Championship. The player averages 0.27 assists per 90 and has an expected goal rate of 0.28. He averages more than 30 passes per 90 but has a lesser pass accuracy rate than most of the players. The 33-year- old has attempted 61 crosses, and his crosses per 90 are better than most of the players in the league. He also has a high bar when we look at the progressive runs and his shot assists per 90. Adomah has attempted five smart passes and four through passes and has a high percentile rank amongst the other player in the Championship.
Adomah’s pass map depicts that a lot of crosses have been attempted from the right side. Most of his passes have been forward passing, and some have been sideways and backward. The highest threat rate is created from the passes that have landed within or just outside the opposition’s 6-yard box. He has attempted the most number of passes towards defender Robert Dickie, and his passes towards Ilias Chair have created the highest threat rate.
Adomah scored two goals and provided five assists last season, playing in an attacking role on the right. This season he has more defensive responsibilities and has played well in his new role and he will look to continue his good run and help the team by contributing more towards scoring goals.