Joao Moutinho was the star player for his Portugal team on Saturday as they drew 0-0 with Austria in the sides’ Euro 2016 Group F clash in Paris.
Although the match ended goalless, AS Monaco midfielder Joao Moutinho came out as the best player when his team drew 0-0 with Austria in their Euro 2016 Group F on Saturday.
According to SASoccermag’s Opta-powered match centre, Moutinho completed a total of 75 touches, while winning five out of 13 duels for Portugal.
Moutinho was the brains behind the Portuguese attack completing a total of 52 out of 63 passes, with 44.4% coming from the center and 25.4% coming from the right.
Not only good in attack, Moutinho also done much in terms of defense, winning one out of two tackle, while conceding three fouls and winning three.
Meanwhile, the 29-year-old midfielder had one shot at goal coming from outside the box, while creating one chance in attack.
Though the sides eventually shared the spoils, the stats showed Portugal continued to have the best of the possession (59.2%) at the final whistle, as wells as racking up a total of 523 as opposed to 375.
The draw leaves Portugal third on the table in Group F, level on two points with Iceland after two matches.