SAFC 2010-2011 Barclays Premier League Season Review
By Season End
Sunderland AFC finished 10th at the end of the 2010-2011 season scoring 45 goals, conceding 56 with a goal difference of -11.
Asamoah Gyan contributed the most goals in the 2010-2011 Barclays Premier League season, netting 10 (0.26 goals per game). With a goalscoring average of 0.84 goals per game the Black Cats netted a total of 25 goals at the Stadium of Light conceding 27 (-2), away from home scoring 20 and conceding 29 (-9) with an away goalscoring average of 1.9 and an overall goalscoring average of 0.84 goals per game.
The season finished in 2011 with 12 wins, a win ratio of 31.58%, the Sunderland AFC faithful at the Stadium of Light enjoyed 7 wins and the travelling support saw 5 games won.
Of the 38 games played the Black Cats managed 11 draws by the end of the 2010-2011 season, 5 draws at the Stadium of Light and 6 away from home.
In total SAFC lost 15 games, 7 games lost at the Stadium of Light (27 goals conceded) and 8 games lost away (29 goals conceded).
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