However, as a young player with very limited experience playing at a strong technical level, Victory’s current deficiencies do come out despite his success this season. With the exception of the amount of attacking duels he attempts per match, Victory ranks in the bottom half in just about every category when it comes to contributing in passing or attempting to make plays with the dribble. There is no ambition on the few passing attempts he makes and his mediocre completion rate comes despite the fact that his average passing length ranks at the bottom of the charts.
When examining his attacking duel success numbers, it is important to consider that Beniangba is often isolated with little support which provides more context to why his numbers are not particularly impressive. It still remains that there is much work ahead for Victory to become a threat when running at defenders with the ball or contributing more as a passer, traits he is gaining valuable experience at performing during his current loan stint.