Eduardo Sasha


  • matches played 158
  • goals 36
  • assists 8
  • Last appearance (days ago) 14

Until now, Eduardo Sasha has been present in 30 games. Born on February 24, 1992, Eduardo Sasha's age of 27 underlies his team's mean. Portuguese forward Eduardo Sasha, who is currently under contract to Santos FC in Brazil, joined the club January 1, 2019. Measuring 173cm, Santos FC's average player height succumbs Eduardo Sasha by 8cm. He is a right footer just as 75% of Santos FC. At present, Santos FC is leading in Paulista, Serie A1 (Brazil) (group D), leading in Copa Libertadores (group F), in tenth place in Brasileiro Serie A (Brazil), while in Copa Paulista (Brazil) (group 3) they are in fifth place.

In terms of winning, Eduardo Sasha's team was able to do so in 40% of Paulista, Serie A1's, in 50% of Copa Libertadores'', in 30% of Brasileiro Serie A's and in only 20% of Copa Paulista's matches. He weighs 70kg which is 5kg less than his team's average heftiness. His longest stay in a team counts two years and 5 months in SC Internacional RS (Brazil). In his footballer career, a total of 13 cards were ascribed to Eduardo Sasha. While thus obtaining an average of 1.08 cards per term, he has not even gotten any yet, for now.

He received the jersey number 27 at Santos FC. Just three days ago he played his latest match. Eduardo Sasha's best season was Brasileiro Serie A 2016 (Brazil), because in this year he had his highest success in terms of both match presence and goals. Apart from Eduardo Sasha, Anderson Ceara, Bruno Marques, Yuri Alberto, Felippe Cardoso, Rodrygo, Arthur Gomes, Kaio Jorge, Orinho and Jonathan Copete are also forwards of Santos FC. His shortest spell with a club currently counts four months in his latest side. Altogether, he was substituted in 30 and out 46 times. Currently, he left the pit more than he entered it which is different to last season wherein he showed an equal amount of both types of subs. Eduardo Sasha was contracted to a few clubs during his professional career, one of them being Goias EC GO, for whom he played before coming to Brazil.

(Last edited May 8, 2019)