- matches played 237
- goals 45
- assists 33
- Last appearance (days ago) 31
With a height of 1.78m, Jean-Paul Boetius undercuts 1 FSV Mainz 05's mean tallness by 5. Jean-Paul Boetius is currently twelfth in Bundesliga (Germany) with his team 1 FSV Mainz 05. He had 32 match appearances this season. He is NaN years younger than than his team's average age, as he was born on 22.03.1994. Jean-Paul Boetius is a right footer just as 77% of 1 FSV Mainz 05. Flemish forward Jean-Paul Boetius, who is currently under contract to 1 FSV Mainz 05 in Germany, joined the club August 27, 2018.
So far this season, he lost 50% of 1 FSV Mainz 05's matches in Bundesliga. They also managed to win 2 fixtures in a row. This season he scored two and assisted seven goals which is 4.8% of all of 1 FSV Mainz 05's goals in Bundesliga 18/19 (Germany). On average, he initialized 0.22 and hit the net 0.06 times per match this season which is a worse performance than last year's. Back then 0.15 goals and 0.23 assists per match have been achieved.
Jean-Paul Boetius received 22 penalties throughout his entire career (of which 21 where yellow). This leads to an average of 0.92 cards per season. In the current playtime, he caught 7 yellow and 1 yellow-red cards. 1 FSV Mainz 05's jersey number 5 is Jean-Paul Boetius. Besides Jean-Paul Boetius, there are seven more forwards in 1 FSV Mainz 05's lot: Karim Onisiwo, Jean Philippe Mateta, Robin Quaison, Anthony Ujah, Issah Abass, Emil Berggreen and Jonathan Michael Burkardt. Throughout his professional career, he participated in 214 games, the last appearance being two days ago.
His shortest spell with a club was five months in KRC Genk (Belgium). Jean-Paul Boetius weighs 70kg which is 8kg less than his team's average heftiness. He played for FC Basel 1893, Feyenoord Rotterdam and KRC Genk before ending up in 1 FSV Mainz 05. His longest stay in a team counts four years and 32 days in Feyenoord Rotterdam (Netherlands). Jean-Paul Boetius' best season was Eredivisie 13/14 (Netherlands), because in this year he had his highest success in terms of goals. Altogether, he was substituted in 59 and out 86 times. Currently, he left the pit more than he entered it which holds true for last season as well.
(Last edited May 15, 2019)