- matches played 306
- goals 8
- assists 13
- Last appearance (days ago) 79
Back in 2015, Spanish midfielder Pedro Obiang's contract with West Ham United (United Kingdom), the club he is still a member of, took effect. These days, Pedro Obiang's team West Ham United comes eleventh place in Premier League (United Kingdom). He is a right footer just as 66% of West Ham United. He is NaN years younger than than his team's average age, as he was born on 27.03.1992. So far in the 2018/2019 season, Pedro Obiang competed in 29 fixtures.
He stands 186cm high and thus is 4cm taller than his team on average. He plays with the jersey number 14. In his footballer career, a total of 50 cards were ascribed to Pedro Obiang. While thus obtaining an average of 2.38 cards per term, he has not even gotten any yet, for now. He played 248 matches in total and hindermost appeared six days ago. On average, he has participated in 11.8 matches per season. This season he scored no and assisted one goal. On average, he initialized 0.03 and hit the net not once per match this season which is a worse performance than last year's. Back then 0.07 goals and 0 assists per match have been achieved.
The longest period that Pedro Obiang stayed in a team was four years and 11 months in Sampdoria Genoa (Italy) In terms of top seasons, the Serie A 12/13 (Italy) was his best one yet, breaking two personal records in terms of not only assists but also appearances. Prior to joining West Ham United, he played for Sampdoria Genoa. So far this season, Pedro Obiang lost 50% of West Ham United's matches in Premier League. They also managed to win 2 fixtures in a row.
While being substituted more in than out this season, the contrary occured the year before. However, he shows 52 out and 45 in substitutions in total. At 165.35lb, he carries 3lb less than the average West Ham United player. Pedro Obiang's shortest spell with a club currently counts 47 months in his latest side. He is playing as midfielder in West Ham United together with Jack Wilshere, Michail Antonio, Declan Rice, Carlos Sanchez, Conor Coventry, Manuel Lanzini, Mark Noble, Robert Snodgrass, Ben Johnson, Samir Nasri, Grady Diangana and Felipe Anderson.
(Last edited May 11, 2019)