- matches played 99
- goals 28
- assists 14
- Last appearance (days ago) 3
Mason Mount already played 42 matches this season. Born on January 10, 1999, Mason Mount's age of 20 underlies his team's mean. In terms of preferred feet, he is a right footer, like 64% of Derby County. He is currently sixth in Championship (United Kingdom) with his team Derby County. Besides Mason Mount, there are ten more midfielders in Derby County's lot: Louie Sibley, Andy King, Bradley Johnson, Duane Holmes, Ikechi Anya, Jayden Mitchell Lawson, Tom Huddlestone, Max Bird, Craig Bryson and George Evans.
So far this season, he won 50% of Derby County's matches in Championship. They also managed to win 3 fixtures in a row. His shortest stay in a club has been ten months in his present-day squad. Mason Mount received ten penalties throughout his entire career (all yellow). In the current playtime, he caught 4 yellow cards. He also plays for United Kingdom. He is enjoying a great Championship 18/19 (United Kingdom) season so far, netting ten times (11.6% of his team's sum) and initializing one goals. This leads to roughly 0.02 assists and 0.24 scores per match in the resent season. One could say he translated to a slighlty diminished form compared to last year yielding a per-match-quota of 0.33 goals and 0.23 assists.
Mason Mount changed three clubs throughout his career as professional. He received the jersey number 8 at Derby County. His longest stay in a team counts three years and 11 months in Chelsea FC U19 (United Kingdom). Mason Mount managed to attract a lot of good feedback after his performance at Vitesse Arnhem, the team he was subjected to before joining Derby County. He impressed in Eredivisie 17/18 (Netherlands), reaching his personal record of assisted as well as shot goals. He reached the 86 appearances milestone as a professionl, the last one being today. After an overall look at his career, we can see that Mason Mount was substituted in ten times but never out. In the active season, he was taken out more often in contrast to 2017/2018 wherein the contrary happened.
(Last edited May 12, 2019)