Forés, Ontiveros, Iker Álvarez, Alti, Carlo and Carlos Romero stand out on the pitch
Villarreal B is one of the clubs that stands out the most in individual player statistics at the start of LALIGA Hypermotion. Álex Forés, Javier Ontiveros, Iker Álvarez, Adrià Altimira, Carlo Adriano and Carlos Romero are the players who appear in the different top 10 of key aspects in the matches of the second division.
Here is how they stand out:
Álex Forés is on fire. The Valencian striker has scored a total of four goals in the first six games of the season, making him the second highest scorer in the second division, behind only Carlos Martín of Mirandés (5). On the same tally as the Mini Submarine striker are Espanyol’s Puado, Burgos’ Curro and Levante’s Bouldini.
When it comes to assists, Javier Ontiveros is the king. The winger from Andalusia, as well as scoring beautiful goals, is the leader in assists in the second division (3), although he is tied with José Ángel (Sporting), Waldo (Tenerife) and Toni Abad (Eldense).
In goal, the Mini Submarine are the champions. Iker Álvarez leads the list of goalkeepers with the most saves per game in LALIGA Hypermotion with a total of 4.5, a considerable distance from his main pursuer in these first six rounds, Marc Martínez of Cartagena (3.7).
In this ranking, there are two very classy Yellows. Once again, Ontiveros, the fifth in the regular competition with 2.5 per game, is the main man, followed by Alti, the sixth, with 2.2.
Carlo Adriano, as well as being one of the captains of Villarreal B, is one of the most outstanding names in the Mini Submarine at the start of LALIGA Hypermotion. The talented player from Vila-real is the second best midfielder in the league championship in terms of passing accuracy with 91%, just behind Marc Aguado of Real Zaragoza (92%).
In terms of key passes per game, we find in the top 10 the Yellows Academy’s most fashionable full-back. Carlos Romero, who made his first-team debut against Almería, is eighth in the league in this respect (2), tied with Curro of Burgos and Álvaro Tejero of Eibar.