- matches played 250
- goals 33
- assists 25
- Last appearance (days ago) 33
Lucas Castro was used in ten of the matches in the present term. The 30-year-old Lucas Castro was born on April 9, 1989 and is therefore NaN years younger than his team's average age. With a height of 1.82m, he compares with Cagliari Calcio's mean tallness. These days, his team Cagliari Calcio comes twelfth place in Serie A (Italy). Back in 2018, Spanish midfielder Lucas Castro's contract with Cagliari Calcio (Italy), the club he is still a member of, took effect.
He is a right footer just as 75% of Cagliari Calcio. In terms of top seasons, the Serie B 14/15 (Italy) was his best one yet, breaking one personal record in terms of goals. Lucas Castro reached the 196 appearances milestone as a professionl, the last one being 185 days ago. His shortest stay in a club has been eleven months in his present-day squad. Concerning the latest matches, his club tied in Serie A. The longest period that Lucas Castro stayed in a team was two years and 11 months in AC Chievo Verona (Italy)
He completes Cagliari Calcio's intermediate department, alongside players like Nicolo Barella, Riccardo Doratiotto, Alessandro Marongiu, Paolo Farago, Riccardo Ladinetti, Luca Cigarini, Alessandro Deiola, Simone Padoin, Joao Pedro, Christian Oliva, Artur Ionita, Valter Birsa and Filip Bradaric. On the whole, he joined the pitch 37 times and left it 54 times after the start of the match. In the present term, he played less games until end. The current Serie A 18/19 (Italy) term proves to be good for Lucas Castro, as he managed to score once (0.1 per match) and provide an assist twice (0.2 per match). Basically, 2.9% of Cagliari Calcio's goals in Serie A 18/19 were caused by him.
To date, collectively he holds 36 penalties. Lately, he seems to be more quiet since less penalties were given to him than usually. Weighing 171.96lb, he measures 1lb more than the average player on Cagliari Calcio. Lucas Castro received the jersey number 29 at Cagliari Calcio. Prior to joining Cagliari Calcio, he played for Racing Club Avellaneda, Calcio Catania, Gimnasia y Esgrima and AC Chievo Verona.
(Last edited May 15, 2019)