Bayern vs Inter - drawing trend
Bayern Munich meets Inter Milan in the 2010 UEFA Champions League final and should the match be drawn after 120 minutes it will go into penalties.
In my last post I looked at the Bayern/Inter winning/losing trend and in this post I will have a quick look at the drawing trend.
Firstly Bayern has drawn just one match out of the 12 played so far and in that drawn match the match was a draw at half time and it ended in a draw.
|Bayern Munich drawing at half time, Bayern Munich drawing at full time||1||100.0|
|Bayern Munich team leading at half time, Bayern Munich drawing at full time||0||0.0|
|Bayern Munich trailing at half time, Bayern Munich drawing at full time||0||0.0|
Inter Milan on the other hand has drawn three matches and in two of the drawn matches the match was a draw at half time.
In the third match Inter was behind and came back in the second half and forced a draw:
|Inter Milan drawing at half time, Inter Milan drawing at full time||2||66.7|
|Inter Milan team leading at half time, Inter Milan drawing at full time||0||0.0|
|Inter Milan trailing at half time, Inter Milan drawing at full time||1||33.3|
It would seem like chances of the Champions League final going to penalties are slim but its still possible.
All in all there have been 29 draws in the competition and the table below shows the other draws in terms of home and away team:
|Draw at half time, draw at full time||16||55.2|
|Home team leading at half time, draw at full time||7||24.1|
|Away team leading at half time, draw at full time||6||20.7|
So out of the 124 matches played so far, draws account for 23 % of the matches.