Player Stats, Bundesliga

Player Stats, Bundesliga Table
Playing Time Performance Per 90 Minutes
Player Nation Pos Age Apps Starts Subs Min Mn/Ap Gls Ast PK PKatt Fls CrdY CrdR SoT Gls G+A G-PK G+A-PK SoT Fls Crd Matches
Moussa Niakhatefr FRADF,FW2344036090000072020.
Aarón Martínes ESPDF2244036090000050010.
Jean-Paul Boëtiusnl NEDMF,FW2544036090100060020.
Edimilson Fernandesch SUIMF2344031880000011000.
Danny Latzade GERMF2944031378000081020.
Karim Onisiwoat AUTFW2743127769000051030.
Daniel Brosinskide GERMF,DF3133027090020030010.000.670.000.670.331.000.00Matches
Florian Müllerde GERGK2133027090000000000.
Robin Quaisonse SWEMF2533024582200020040.730.730.730.731.470.730.00Matches
Pierre Kundecm CMR2432121672000032010.
Ridle Bakude GERMF2142220351000040000.
Alexander Hackde GERDF2532119063000021000.
Jerry St. Justenl NEDDF2232117759100022010.510.510.510.510.511.021.02Matches
Ádám Szalaihu HUNFW3121111055000040010.
Robin Zentnerde GERGK241109090000000000.
Ronaël Pierre-Gabrielfr FRADF211109090010000000.
Jonathan Burkardtde GERFW193126722000010000.
Taiwo Awoniying NGAFW212023116000010000.
Levin Öztunalıde GERMF231011919000020000.
Squad Total4123,966430056100181.001.751.001.754.5014.002.50

Goalkeeping Stats, Bundesliga

Goalkeeping Stats, Bundesliga Table
Player Nation Pos Age Apps Starts Subs Min Mn/Ap GA GA90 SoTA Save% W D L CS CS% Matches
Florian Müllerde GERGK2133027090124.0024.50000300.0Matches
Robin Zentnerde GERGK24110909011.008.87510000.0Matches
Squad Total44036090133.2532.59410300.0

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