Mikael Ishak

    All-time

  • matches played 303
  • goals 97
  • assists 11
  • Last appearance (days ago) 22

In terms of preferred feet, Mikael Ishak is two-footed, like 14% of 1 FC Nuremberg. In January 2017, Swedish forward Mikael Ishak joined 1 FC Nuremberg (Germany), whom he is still playing for. Measuring 185cm, 1 FC Nuremberg's average player height surpasses Mikael Ishak by 2cm. He is NaN years younger than than his team's average age, as he was born on 31.03.1993. He was used in 30 of the matches in the present term. In Bundesliga (Germany), 1 FC Nuremberg is in 18th position.

Altogether, Mikael Ishak was substituted in 66 and out 93 times. Currently, he left the pit more than he entered it which holds true for last season as well. He is playing as forward in 1 FC Nuremberg together with Edgar Salli, Yuya Kubo, Torles Knoll, Federico Palacios, Sebastian Kerk, Vura, Adam Zrelak and Matheus Pereira. Throughout his professional career, he participated in 265 games, the last appearance being three days ago. Concerning the latest matches, Mikael Ishak's club tied in Bundesliga.

His jersey displays the number 9. He weighs 81kg which is 3kg more than his team's average heftiness. Mikael Ishak's shortest spell with a club was just four months in FC St. Gallen 1879 (Switzerland). In terms of top seasons, the Superligaen 15/16 (Denmark) was his best one yet, breaking one personal record in terms of goals. He is enjoying a great Bundesliga 18/19 (Germany) season so far, netting six times (16% of his team's sum) and initializing two goals. This leads to roughly 0.07 assists and 0.2 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 0.42 goals and 0.13 assists.

Prior to joining 1 FC Nuremberg, Mikael Ishak played for FC Crotone, Parma Calcio 1913 S.r.l., Randers FC, Assyriska FF, FC St. Gallen 1879 and 1 FC Cologne. His longest stay in a team counts two years and 5 months in Randers FC (Denmark). Already 27 times a card was given to him in his tenure.

(Last edited May 14, 2019)