Nasser El Khayati


  • matches played 146
  • goals 48
  • assists 22
  • Last appearance (days ago) 377

At present, ADO Den Haag is in Eredivisie (Netherlands) they are in tenth place. Measuring 185cm, ADO Den Haag's average player height surpasses Nasser El Khayati by 3cm. In August 2017, Flemish midfielder Nasser El Khayati joined ADO Den Haag (Netherlands), whom he is still playing for. He was used in 33 of the matches in the present term. Having been born in 1989, on February 07, his age of 30 makes him junior to the average player of ADO Den Haag.

At ADO Den Haag, Nasser El Khayati is the owner of jersey number 23. Weighing 165.35lb, he measures 6lb less than the average player on ADO Den Haag. He reached the 144 appearances milestone as a professionl, the last one being 19 days ago. This season Nasser El Khayati scored 18 and assisted eleven goals which is 28.8% of all of ADO Den Haag's goals in Eredivisie 18/19 (Netherlands). On average, he initialized 0.33 and hit the net 0.55 times per match this season which is a better performance than last year's. Back then 0.32 goals and 0.29 assists per match have been achieved.

His best season was Eredivisie 18/19 (Netherlands), because in this year he had his highest success in terms of both forward passes and goals. Five months has been the stubbiest period that he was contracted to a team (the current one) So far this season, Nasser El Khayati lost 40% of ADO Den Haag's matches in Eredivisie. They also managed to win 4 fixtures in a row. To date, collectively he holds five penalties. Lately, he seems to be more quiet since less penalties were given to him than usually.

Altogether, he was substituted in 32 and out 50 times. Currently, he left the pit more than he entered it which holds true for last season as well. Two years and 0 days was the maximum period Nasser El Khayati ever played in a team, which is FC Den Bosch (Netherlands). He completes ADO Den Haag's intermediate department, alongside players like Maarten Rieder, Mats van Kins, Erik Falkenburg, Kyle Ebecilio, Donny Gorter, Lex Immers, John Goossens and Danny Bakker. Before joining ADO Den Haag, he was engaged in the squads of Kozakken Boys, FC Den Bosch, NAC Breda, Burton Albion and Queens Park Rangers.

(Last edited May 15, 2019)