- matches played 48
- goals 1
- assists 3
- Last appearance (days ago) 313
Milton Valenzuela is NaN years younger than than his team's average age, as he was born on 13.08.1998. Milton Valenzuela stands 170cm high and thus is 9cm smaller than his team on average. Spanish defender Milton Valenzuela, who is currently under contract to Columbus Crew in United States of America, joined the club January 1, 2019. In Major League Soccer (United States of America), Columbus Crew is in fifth position. He was used in 33 of the matches in the present term.
In terms of preferred feet, Milton Valenzuela is a left footer, like 19% of Columbus Crew. He reached the 48 appearances milestone as a professionl, the last one being 181 days ago. He weighs 64kg which is 10kg less than his team's average heftiness. Prior to joining Columbus Crew, Milton Valenzuela played for Newell's Old Boys. In the recent term, he managed to find the net just once but provided three times additional assists which accounts for 2.3% of Columbus Crew's goals in Major League Soccer 2018 (United States of America). He scored an average of 0 goals and provided 0.1 assists per game so far, marking a slightly improved performance when compared to last season, when he had 0 strikes and 0.1 assists per match.
His longest stay in a team counts two years and 5 months in Newell's Old Boys (Argentina). In terms of winning, Milton Valenzuela's team was able to do so in 40% of Major League Soccer's matches. His jersey displays the number 19. After an overall look at his career, we can see that he was substituted in four times but never out. In the active season, he was taken out more often in contrast to 2017/2018 wherein the contrary happened.
Milton Valenzuela played for two other professional teams. His shortest stay in a club has been four months in his present-day squad. Columbus Crew has eight more defenders in their squad, namely Waylon Francis, Harrison Afful, Jonathan Mensah, Alex Crognale, Josh Williams, Hector Jimenez, Connor Maloney and Gaston Sauro. In terms of top seasons, the Major League Soccer 2018 (United States of America) was Milton Valenzuela's best one yet, breaking two personal records in terms of not only assists but also appearances. To date, collectively he holds seven penalties. Lately, he seems to be more quiet since less penalties were given to him than usually.
(Last edited May 12, 2019)