Artificial intelligence predicts what Messi would do in each team

Changing clubs for the first time in his career is the challenge he has set himself Leo Messi at 33 years old. After more than three decades in the elite with the FC Barcelona, the Argentine crack intends to start a new stage. The Argentine media fantasize about the return of 10 to their country to debut in their LIga, but it is assumed that the most normal thing is that they try another big one in Europe. Along these lines, and following the terrain of the hypothesis, The nation, a reference medium in Argentina, published a technological study that, applying artificial intelligence criteria, predicts what performance Messi could give depending on the team he chooses to continue his career. Olocip, a Spanish technology company, is in charge of contextualizing this horizon and, unlike Big Data, it works on the future, not on the past. This study reveals, from the outset, that it would be in the PSG where more goals would he score and in the Manchester City where more passes would give.

La Nación highlights Messi’s predictive data in several Argentine clubs, the two big ones, River plate and Boca Juniors, and Newell’s Old Boys, for being the team where Leo started as a child and in which he always said he would like to play for one year. With 0.50 goals per game and 0.30 assistsAccording to this study, Messi would leave these figures in his debut in the Argentine championship: 12 goals and seven assists in 23 days. Olocip, a startup whose founder is the footballer Esteban Granero, measures the type of League, the team, the squad, the coach and other variables to anticipate its conclusions.

According to artificial intelligence predictions, in the 90 minutes of a match, Messi would score most goals at PSG (0.6), would give most passes for City (60), would execute more centers at Inter Milan (4.1) and I’d haggle more so much in the Manchester City as in the Manchester United: 7.5 dribbles per game.

This last League in Barça, 0.75 goals per game

Taking into account what Messi did at Barça in La Liga this last season, 2019-20, the real goals / assists ratio continues to be better as a Barça player: in 33 games, 25 goals scored and 21 assists. That is, 0.75 goals scored per game and 0.63 given to his teammates.