Mathias Abero

    All-time

  • matches played 118
  • goals 4
  • assists 5
  • Last appearance (days ago) 188

Until now, Mathias Abero has been present in 21 games. Having been born in 1990, on April 09, Mathias Abero's age of 29 makes him junior to the average player of Atletico Tucuman. Just 17% of Atletico Tucuman's football players are left footers and so is Mathias Abero. In July 2018, Spanish midfielder Mathias Abero joined Atletico Tucuman (Argentina), whom he is still playing for. He stands 184cm high and thus is 4cm taller than his team on average. He is currently second in group C of Copa Libertadores and fifth in Superliga (Argentina) with his team Atletico Tucuman.

Weighing 178.57lb, Mathias Abero measures 12lb more than the average player on Atletico Tucuman. His longest stay in a team counts three years and 31 days in Bologna FC (Italy). To date, collectively he holds 33 penalties, of which two are red. Lately, he seems to be more quiet since less penalties were given to him than usually. Mathias Abero wears the jerses number 16 strip at Atletico Tucuman. Before joining Atletico Tucuman, he was engaged in the squads of Racing Club Mdeo., CA Tigre, Club Nacional de Football, Atletico de Rafaela, Bologna FC and US Avellino 1912.

Concerning the latest matches, his club lost in Copa Libertadores plus won in Superliga. Mathias Abero impressed in Primera Division 16/17 (Argentina), reaching his personal record of match appearances. The briefest time his spent on a team counts five months in Club Nacional de Football (Uruguay). The current Superliga 18/19 (Argentina) term proves to be good for Mathias Abero, as he managed to score once (0.05 per match) and provide an assist not once. Basically, 2.8% of Atletico Tucuman's goals in Superliga 18/19 were caused by him. He played 103 matches in total and hindermost appeared 37 days ago. On average, he has participated in 8.6 matches per season. He completes Atletico Tucuman's intermediate department, alongside players like David Barbona, Carlos Lapetina, Juan Mercier, Tomas Rojas, Fabio Alvarez, Rodrigo Aliendro, Gervasio Nunez, Camilo Albornoz, Claudio Pombo, Nery Leyes, Pier Barrios and Gaston Iturrieta.

(Last edited May 14, 2019)