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2014 World Cup ball movement maps by Van Hong

We live in the age of the heat-map, but Van Hong has found a way to bring a slightly analogue and artistic way to handle the stats and data that no go hand-in-hand with the game.

The New York-based editorial illustrator produced a series of diagrams showing the ball movement during matches at the 2014 World Cup.

Each team is represented by their kit colour, with lines on the page creating a maps of possession, movement, shots on goal and goals.

The diagram below show the ball movement in the first-half of England’s opener to Italy.

See more of the ball movement maps here.

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