- matches played 210
- goals 22
- assists 27
- Last appearance (days ago) 60
- Matches played 1
- Goals scored 0
- Substituted in 0
- Substituted out 1
- Last match (days ago) 1902
- Assists 0
- Yellow cards 0
- Red cards 0
WC Qualification, UEFA statistics
With a height of 1.8m, Filip Mladenovic undercuts Serbia's mean tallness by 5. Filip Mladenovic is a left footer just as 25% of Serbia. He had 38 match appearances this season. At present, Serbia is leading in WC Qualification, UEFA (group D), in 23rd place in Int. Friendly Games, while in Uefa Nations League (group C4) they are leading. Having been born in 1991, on August 15, Filip Mladenovic's age of 27 makes him junior to the average player of Serbia.
Two years and 0 days was the maximum period he ever played in a team, which is FC BATE Borisov (Belarus). At 143.3lb, he carries 26lb less than the average Serbia player. Filip Mladenovic's shortest stay in a club was eleven months in 1 FC Cologne (Germany). The contemporary term does not appear to be his best one yet, as he managed to just score three times (0.08 per match) and provide an assist six times (0.16 per match).
From his professional start until now, he has performed in 107 matches in total and hindermost appeared twelve days ago. On average, he has participated in 5.9 matches per season. Already 24 times a card was given to Filip Mladenovic in his tenure. Besides playing for Serbia, Filip Mladenovic additionally is a member of KS Lechia Gdansk. On the whole, he joined the pitch 16 times and left it 15 times after the start of the match. In the present term, he left as many games before the final whistle as he joined after match start.
He has one own goals in his CV, which happened during a Superliga 11/12 (Serbia) match with FK Borac Cacak. Filip Mladenovic's squad won 60% (60% home) in WC Qualification, UEFA, lost 50% (33% home) in Int. Friendly Games and won 67% (67% home) in Uefa Nations League. The highest win streak of the last 5 matches happened in WC Qualification, UEFA with a count of 3. Ever since Filip Mladenovic became a professional, he has been committed to overall seven clubs.
Besides Filip Mladenovic, there are nine more defenders in Serbia's lot: Aleksandar Kolarov, Antonio Rukavina, Uros Spajic, Miroslav Bogosavac, Milos Veljkovic, Milan Gajic, Nemanja Miletic, Nikola Milenkovic and Stefan Mitrovic. He plays with the jersey number 11. He played for FK Red Star Belgrade, FC BATE Borisov, FK Borac Cacak, 1 FC Cologne and Standard Liege before ending up in Serbia. Ekstraklasa 18/19 (Poland) has been Filip Mladenovic's best season so far since he played his most matches of a season and scored both his personal highest amount of goals and assists.
(Last edited May 14, 2019)