- matches played 42
- goals 5
- assists 2
- Last appearance (days ago) 311
Marcos Lopez is NaN years younger than than his team's average age, as he was born on 20.11.1999. Marcos Lopez prefers to play with his left foot, as do 28% of his teammates. He stands 176cm high and thus is about the same height as his team on average. In WC Qual, CONMEBOL, Peru is in fifth position and in Int. Friendly Games they are in fourth place. Until now, Marcos Lopez has been present in 24 games. He wears the jerses number 2 strip at Peru.
As for winning percentages, he won with Peru 40% of their home matches (40% in total) in WC Qual, CONMEBOL and 60% of their home matches (50% in total) in Int. Friendly Games. Peru enjoys a 3-game winning streak during the last 5 games of the current season. Marcos Lopez is playing as defender in Peru together with Aldo Corzo, Nilson Loyola, Luis Advincula, Alexander Callens, Miguel Trauco, Miguel Araujo, Christian Ramos, Anderson Santamaria, Luis Abram and Johan Madrid. Ever since Marcos Lopez became a professional, he has been committed to overall three clubs.
The briefest time his spent on a team counts four months in San Jose Earthquakes (United States of America). He played for Sporting Cristal before ending up in Peru. Considering he weighs around 147.71lb, Marcos Lopez is approximately 13lb lighter than the average player of Peru. His longest stay in a team counts one year and 5 months in Sporting Cristal (Peru). Further, he also operates for San Jose Earthquakes. Primera Division 2018 (Peru) has been Marcos Lopez's best season so far since he scored his personal highest amount of goals. On the other hand, his worst season was Major League Soccer 2019 due to him receiving most yellow and red cards of his career.
To date, collectively he holds five penalties, of which one is red. Lately, he seems to be more quiet since less penalties were given to him than usually. It's been ten days since he played his latest match. After an overall look at his career, we can see that Marcos Lopez was substituted in four times but never out. In the active season, he was taken out more often in contrast to 2017/2018 wherein both types of substitutions were balanced.
(Last edited May 8, 2019)