‘driblabPRO’: Match Report PDF

Category: Team Analysis

We visualise with an example the PDF match reports that can be downloaded in driblabPRO.


Last week we shared the new developments deployed by our technology team, as we do every quarter. Among them is the ability to automatically download a PDF match report with 16 pages of statistics, maps, visualisations and detailed information, a very useful downloadable feature which we will go into in more detail in this text.

Although all the maps, statistics and visualisations are hosted for consultation in driblabPRO, the downloadable report allows you to have all the information for scouts or analysts in a single file, in just a few seconds and in a joint, organised and structured way, being able to be stored in other information managers, shared between different areas of the club or also as a statistical resource for freelance scouts, journalists or the media. We will discover some contents with the Sevilla – Arsenal Champions League match as an example.

Button to download the PDF report

Among the 16 pages that each report contains, we find a summary of 25 statistics and metrics separated by style, offensive, defensive and contribution that gives us a general overview and informs us what type of match was played, which team generated more danger, who dominated for longer or what intentions and approaches were seen through possession, pressure, defence or the generation of chances.

On this first page we show you a match flow chart added next to the 25 statistics, where you can visualise the control and depth of each team by sections of the match. It was a very even match, with no clear dominator, with Sevilla generating more danger in the last stretch, trying to find the equaliser.

Among the many pages we dedicate to individual statistics, you will find two tables per team, one per page, where you can see which players stood out the most in each metric and what score, according to our Driblab Score, each player had in the match. Among other statistics and metrics, we find: passes, pass success rate, expected pass pattern (xP), Expected Assists, Expected Danger or Touches in the Opposing Area, among many others.

Martinelli and Gabriel Jesus, scorers of the two goals and with very outstanding performances, were the two players with the best Score rating among the 22 starting players. Martinelli was, in fact, by far the most dangerous, with 0.88 in Expected Danger, managing to move the ball into dangerous areas more frequently.

Each report is accompanied by a further 13 slides with different pitch maps visualising shots (xG), key passes (xA) and goalkeeper saving maps.

Founded in 2017 as a consultancy, Driblab has driven innovation through data in all aspects of professional football. Thanks to a transversal model, its database collects and models statistics in all directions. From converting matches and videos into bespoke data for training academies to developing cutting-edge technology, helping clubs, federations and representative agencies in talent scouting and transfer markets. Driblab’s smart data is used by clubs all over the world, with success stories such as Dinamo Zagreb, Real Betis and Girondins Bordeaux among others. Here you can find out more about how we work and what we offer.

Autor: Alejandro Arroyo
For Team Analysis we also recommend you:

‘GBE Calculator’: 5 wingers under-25 of the Argentinean Professional Football League with approved GBE

We find and analyse 5 winger under-25 of the Argentinean Professional Football League with approved GBE.

Driblab ‘ELO’: how the top five European leagues have evolved

Driblab produces its own ELO Ranking, with its own variables, in order to measure which leagues are the strongest and how they evolve according to their international and local results.

Jan Oblak, the last great goalkeeper to improve his ball-playing

We look at how Atlético de Madrid and Jan Oblak have changed the way they play, getting the Slovenian more involved and more accurate with his feet.

The new injury time and its impact on the game

How is the new rule related to injury time affecting the new rule? We take a closer look thanks to our database.

Five MLS U-20 talents to watch closely

We uncover five MLS U-20 talents with different potentials to keep a close eye on in the upcoming transfer markets.

Xabi Alonso and his new Leverkusen

We analyse Bayer Leverkusen’s shocking change of style in Xabi Alonso’s second year as the team’s coach.

The importance of own half passes

Passing in one’s own half has become more and more frequent or more and more important. We take a closer look at this trend with facts and ideas.

Huddersfield Town A.F.C and Driblab sign partnership agreement

Huddersfield Town A.F.C and Driblab sign partnership agreement

Fantastic (very young) goalkeepers and where to find them

We go to those places with the greatest capacity to develop goalkeepers of great stature and technical potential to find U21 goalkeepers.

Brighton 23/24: How far away is the Champions League?

Brighton have started the season by far surpassing their own standards of play and doubling in many statistics and metrics the best teams in the Premier League.


Información corporativa

Somos una empresa con sede en Madrid fundada en 2017 por Salvador Carmona y Cristian Coré Ramiro. Desde nuestros inicios nuestro trabajo se ha centrado en el análisis estadístico de datos para ayudar a los clubes en la planificación deportiva. Somos una consultora big data que ofrece servicios personalizados para cada cliente y defiende un modelo de gestión mixto y una comunicación constante para acompañar el día a día de las instituciones. Nuestro punto fuerte es la más amplia cobertura disponible en número de torneos profesionales y juveniles. Para más detalles, póngase en contacto con nosotros.

Colaboramos con:


Hemos aparecido en: