– Successful penalty kick (74.7 %)
– Saved by goalkeeper (18.2 %)
– Shot missed the goal (3.5 %)
– Hit the woodwork (and not ended with goal) (3.6 %)
Penalty kick statistics – European three seasons
Penalty kick statistics – In 2008. Castrol has commissioned a detailed study of penalty kicks executed in three seasons in football leagues: English, Spanish, Italian, French and German. The whole is complemented by the results of the Champions League, UEFA Cup and European Championship. With the 1527 penalty shoot the ball landed in the net in 75.7% of cases. It follows that the ¼ of penalties will not translate into goals. 3.6% of all shots landed outside the goal, stopped the remaining 3.5% of the posts or crossbar. Goalkeepers managed to defend up 18.2% strokes.
Poverty risk in Poland – Statistical risk of poverty
Poverty risk in Poland – Statistics show that every fourth Pole is threatened by poverty. The average per capita income is close to the Subsistence Minimum. Poor family of 4 has to rent an apartment and pay the bills for 983 zł. Clothing and footwear may issue a maximum of 188 zł per month.
Left-handedness two types
Left-handedness two types – Today we distinguish between left-handedness:
- genetic, occurring in patients whose left-handedness is genetically programmed,
According to an earlier theory neuropsychologist Norman Geschwind (1926-1984) the probability of left-handedness is more, if the fetus was exposed to increased concentrations of the male hormone testosterone, which affects the development of the cerebral hemispheres. This theory may explain why in the euro-american society among left-handers are more men (12%) than women (8%).
- pathological, the cause is the dominance of one cerebral hemisphere,
According to another theory, left-handedness is caused by problems during labor, as a result of oxygen deprivation causes damage to the brain. According to statistics among left-handers who have had complications during childbirth, 30% are mentally retarded.
HIV in Poland – statistics from 2011 – 2013
HIV in Poland – Doctors in Poland in 2013. Discovered HIV at approx. 1,100 new patients. In 2011-2012, declined in Poland, the number of AIDS patients from more than 1,100 to less than 1,000 per year and in 2013. Died more than 250 AIDS patients. Most new HIV cases are detected Mazowieckie (approx. 240 cases) and in Lower Silesia (about 120 cases). HIV was detected most frequently in men aged 30 to 39 years.
Suicides statistic – Increased risk for men
Suicides statistic – Being a man is associated clearly with an increased risk. For one woman the dying by his own hand for as much as 6 men. Prof. Maria Jarosz, sociologist PAN (Polish Academy of Science), in its recent publication devoted to suicide examine cases from the past 60 years and found a 400% increase in the number of male suicides.
Research omens prophecies results
Research omens prophecies results – The research OBOP shows that 60 percent. Poles believe in omens and prophecies, and one in five admits that they have a significant impact on his life. And this despite the official condemnations from the Polish episcopate.
Elevator rope break probability
Elevator rope break probability – Most elevators is mounted on three or four steel cables. The likelihood of breaking one is 1: 500 000. Although it is statistically possible, has not yet happened that all broke at once.
Labrador golden retriever – Most popular dogs
Labrador golden retriever – Most popular dogs – According to statistics, the most popular dogs in the world are Labradors and golden retrievers.