Player Stats, Domestic Leagues

Player Stats, Domestic Leagues Table
Playing Time Offense Defense Per 90 Minutes
Season Age Squad Country Comp LgRank Apps Starts Min Mn/Ap Gls Ast PK PKatt SoT Fls CrdY CrdR Gls G+A G-PK G+A-PK SoT Matches
2004-200520Athletic Bilbaoes ESP1. La Liga8th3214247000000000.000.000.000.000.00
2004-200520Gimnàstices ESP2. Segunda7th1154814410006200.190.190.190.191.12
2009-201025Numanciaes ESP2. Segunda8th622394000001100.000.000.000.000.38
2010-201126Numanciaes ESP2. Segunda10th1845202900005200.000.000.000.000.87
2015-201631Plataniasgr GRE1. Super League9th25191,7326982002631300.420.520.420.521.35Matches
2017-201833Górnik Zabrzepl POL1. Ekstraklasa4th33322,888882324647400.720.780.590.651.46Matches
2018-201934Górnik Zabrzepl POL1. Ekstraklasa11th37343,1148424355300.690.780.550.64Matches
2019-202035Górnik Zabrzepl POL1. Ekstraklasa11th1111990903112100.270.360.180.27Matches
7 Seasons*5 Clubs4 Leagues14410910,10670598101385311600.530.600.440.510.76
Country Comp LgRank Apps Starts Min Mn/Ap Gls Ast PK PKatt SoT Fls CrdY CrdR Gls G+A G-PK G+A-PK SoT Matches
Górnik Zabrze (3 Seasons)1 League81776,99286506101347800.640.720.510.590.60
Numancia (2 Seasons)1 League2467593200006300.000.000.000.000.71
Platanias (1 Season)1 League25191,7326982002631300.420.520.420.521.35
Gimnàstic (1 Season)1 League1154814410006200.190.190.190.191.12
Athletic Bilbao (1 Season)1 League3214247000000000.000.000.000.000.00
Ekstraklasa (3 Seasons)81776,99286506101347800.640.720.510.590.60
Segunda (3 Seasons)35111,24035100012500.070.070.070.070.87
Super League (1 Season)25191,7326982002631300.420.520.420.521.35
La Liga (1 Season)3214247000000000.000.000.000.000.00

Leaderboard Appearances, Awards, and Honors

Goals
2017-2018 Ekstraklasa  23 (2nd)
2018-2019 Ekstraklasa  24 (1st)
Goals + Assists
2017-2018 Ekstraklasa  25 (2nd)
2018-2019 Ekstraklasa  27 (1st)

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