- matches played 178
- goals 25
- assists 6
- Last appearance (days ago) 107
With a height of 1.78m, Nick DeLeon undercuts Toronto FC's mean tallness by 4. Nick DeLeon was used in 16 of the matches in the present term. These days, his team Toronto FC comes ninth place in group Eastern Conference of Major League Soccer (United States of America). Nick DeLeon is a male midfielder from United States of America, who has been playing for Toronto FC in United States of America since December 14, 2018. Born on July 17, 1990, his age of 28 underlies his team's mean.
Sadly, he scored one own goal in his career. This happened with DC United in Major League Soccer 2013 (United States of America). The briefest time Nick DeLeon's spent on a team counts five months in his present club. He is playing as midfielder in Toronto FC together with Tsubasa Endoh, Marky Delgado, Noble Okello, Alejandro Pozuelo, Richie Laryea, Jonathan Osorio, Jay Chapman, Michael Bradley, Liam Fraser and Dante Campbell. The longest period that he stayed in a team was six years and 11 months in DC United (United States of America)
Considering he weighs around 169.75lb, Nick DeLeon is approximately 4lb heavier than the average player of Toronto FC. His squad lost 60% (40% home) in Major League Soccer. The highest win streak of the last 5 matches counts 2. He plays with the jersey number 18. Before joining Toronto FC, Nick DeLeon was engaged in the squad of DC United. Major League Soccer 2014 (United States of America) has been his best season so far since he reached both his personal highest amount of played matches and given assists.
While being substituted more in than out this season, the contrary occured the year before. However, he shows 33 out and 15 in substitutions in total. Nick DeLeon received 14 penalties throughout his entire career (all yellow). This leads to an average of 1.4 cards per season. In the current playtime, he caught 2 yellow cards. Just four days ago he played his latest match. In the recent term, he managed to find the net just once and provided not once additional assists which accounts for 1.7% of Toronto FC's goals in Major League Soccer 2018 (United States of America). He scored an average of 0.1 goals and provided 0 assists per game so far, marking a slightly improved performance when compared to last season, when he had 0 strikes and 0 assists per match.
(Last edited May 9, 2019)