Expected Goals 3.0 is here! / by Matthias Kullowatz

You can check out all the updated Expected Goals stats that you're used to, but now they're based on more-detailed data, explained here

The new model thinks differently of Seattle, among other teams, so check out the team stats.

And Bradley Wright-Phillips gets really goods shots from closer to the goal than the six shot zones of version 2.0 could detect.

Bill Hamid remains king of the net, but Expected Goals 3.0 respects the work of Nick Rimando more so than version 2.0.