- matches played 130
- goals 15
- assists 2
- Last appearance (days ago) 81
Born on May 5, 1994, Mattia Caldara's age of 25 underlies his team's mean. At present, AC Milan is in third place in UEFA Europa League (group F), in tenth place in Int. Champions Cup, while in Serie A (Italy) they are in fifth place. Measuring 180cm, AC Milan's average player height succumbs Mattia Caldara by 2cm. He played five matches this season. Back in 2018, Italian defender Mattia Caldara's contract with AC Milan (Italy), the club he is still a member of, took effect.
He is a right footer just as 63% of AC Milan. The longest period that he stayed in a team was three years and 6 months in Atalanta Bergamasca (Italy) In the recent term, Mattia Caldara managed to find the net just not once and provided not once assists He scored an average of 0 goals and provided 0 assists per game so far, marking a impaired performance when compared to last season, when he had 0.1 strikes and 0 assists per match.
Throughout his time as professional football player, he was sanctioned with a card 20 times resulting in a mean value of 1.43 cards per play time. This season he was given but one penalty. He managed to attract a lot of good feedback after his performance at Juventus Turin, the team he was subjected to before joining AC Milan. Weighing 165.35lb, Mattia Caldara measures 1lb less than the average player on AC Milan. Altogether, he was substituted in 8 and out 6 times. Currently, he left the pit more than he entered it which is different to last season wherein he did the opposite.
He impressed in Serie A 16/17 (Italy), reaching his personal record of match appearances as well as goals. Mattia Caldara's jersey displays the number 33. He reached the 125 appearances milestone as a professionl, the last one being 13 days ago. His shortest stay in a club has been nine months in his present-day squad. Mattia Caldara is playing as defender in AC Milan together with Cristian Zapata, Ignazio Abate, Andrea Conti, Ricardo Rodriguez, Davide Calabria, Mateo Musacchio, Ivan Strinic, Raoul Bellanova, Alessio Romagnoli and Diego Laxalt. So far this season, he won 50% in UEFA Europa League, lost 67% in Int. Champions Cup and lost 40% of AC Milan's matches in Serie A. They also managed to win 2 fixtures in a row in UEFA Europa League.
(Last edited May 8, 2019)