Note: this table shows how long each team has spent leading, level in goals, or trailing during their matches. For this table, to allow for averaging duration values based on a total of 90 minutes per match, goals scored on the 45th minute and during added time of the first half are all considered to be scored on the 45th minute, and all goals scored on the 90th minute and during added time of the second half are considered scored on the 90th minute.
Example for a team (Team A) having played a total of 3 games:
Game 1: Team A vs Opponent B, final score 0-0 (minutes in the lead: 0, minutes played: 90)
Game 2: Team A vs Opponent C, final score 1-0, goal scored on the 88th minute (minutes in the lead: 2, minutes played: 90)
Game 3: Team A vs Opponent D, final score 1-0, goal scored on the 65th minute (minutes in the lead: 25, minutes played: 90)
The 3 games played by Team A would give the following values, regarding total minutes played and time spent in the lead:
- Total minutes team A has been in the lead: 27
- Total minutes played by team A: 270
- Percentage of minutes that team A has been in the lead: 10%
- Avg minutes per game that team A has spent leading (based on 90 min per game): 9 minutes
Some additional context information on the Lead Duration table and other related tables is provided in the In-play performance blog article.