- matches played 97
- goals 6
- assists 0
- Last appearance (days ago) 264
Since Dario Aimar came into world in 1995, to be more precise January 5th, the defender is NaN years younger than Barcelona Guayaquil's average player. At present, Barcelona Guayaquil is in second place in Florida Cup, while in Serie A (Ecuador) they are in second place. Standing 1.8 meter high, Dario Aimar is as tall as his team's mean height. He had 30 match appearances this season. Spanish defender Dario Aimar, who is currently under contract to Barcelona Guayaquil in Ecuador, joined the club January 1, 2016.
Throughout his professional career, he participated in 42 games, the last appearance being 304 days ago. Concerning the latest matches, his club won in Florida Cup plus tied in Serie A. At 154.32lb, Dario Aimar carries 5lb less than the average Barcelona Guayaquil player. Eleven months was the stubbiest period that he was contracted to a team (L.D.U. Loja from Ecuador) His portfolio includes one accidental own goal, which happened with Barcelona SC in a match of Copa Libertadores 2017 (Ecuador).
In the recent term, Dario Aimar managed to find the net twice and provided not once additional assists which accounts for 4.9% of Barcelona Guayaquil's goals in Serie A 2018 (Ecuador). He scored an average of 0.1 goals and provided 0 assists per game so far, marking a slightly improved performance when compared to last season, when he had 0 strikes and 0 assists per match. His longest stay in a team counts three years and 4 months in his current club.
In his footballer career, a total of ten cards were ascribed to Dario Aimar. While thus obtaining an average of 2 cards per term, he has not even gotten any yet, for now. He impressed in Serie A 2018 (Ecuador), reaching his personal record of match appearances as well as goals. He received the jersey number 14 at Barcelona Guayaquil. Prior to joining Barcelona Guayaquil, Dario Aimar played for L.D.U. Loja and Ecuador. Besides Dario Aimar, there are nine more defenders in Barcelona Guayaquil's lot: Jose Caicedo, Xavier Arreaga, Byron Castillo, Felix Torres, Josue Quinonez, Robert Herrera, Beder Caicedo, Pedro Velasco and Mario Pineida.
(Last edited May 9, 2019)