Manually plotted graphics showing shots allowed and shots taken by the United States Women’s National Team in its three group matches — vs. France, vs. Colombia, and vs. North Korea — in the 2012 Summer Olympics.
SHOTS ALLOWED BY THE UNITED STATES
Fig. 1: Shots Attempted By France vs. the United States (25-Jul-2012)
Notables: Besides the 2 goals, only 1 other shot was on goal.
Fig. 2: Shots Attempted By Colombia vs. the United States (28-Jul-2012)
Notables: Only 1 shot taken from inside the USA’s eighteen yard-box.
Fig. 3: Shots Attempted By North Korea vs. the United States (31-Jul-2012)
Notables: Only 4 shots allowed, just 1 on target.
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SHOTS TAKEN BY THE UNITED STATES
Fig. 4: Shots Attempted By the United States vs. France (25-July-2012)
Notables: Only 1 shot was not on target (Alex Morgan’s speculative effort right after Lloyd’s goal.)
Fig. 5: Shots Attempted By the United States vs. Colombia (28-July-2012)
Fig. 6: Shots Attempted By the United States vs. North Korea (31-July-2012)
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CUMULATIVE SHOTS ALLOWED AND SHOTS TAKEN
Fig. 7: Shots Allowed By the United States in the Group Stage
Fig. 8: Shots Attempted By the United States in the Group Stage