- matches played 136
- goals 27
- assists 13
- Last appearance (days ago) 19
Born on October 1, 1994, Pedro Rocha's age of 24 underlies his team's mean. In August 2017, Portuguese forward Pedro Rocha joined Cruzeiro MG (Brazil), whom he is still playing for. He is a right footer just as 64% of Cruzeiro MG. The club of Pedro Rocha, Cruzeiro MG, presently holds first position in Mineiro (Brazil), first position in group E of Copa Libertadores and eighth position in Brasileiro Serie A (Brazil). With a height of 1.75m, he undercuts Cruzeiro MG's mean tallness by 6.
He had five match appearances this season. Pedro Rocha's jersey displays the number 32. He changed two clubs throughout his career as professional. He also plays for FC Spartak Moscow. Pedro Rocha's best season was Brasilero Serie A 2015 (Brazil), because in this year he had his highest success in terms of both match presence and goals. At 158.73lb, he carries 6lb less than the average Cruzeiro MG player. He received nine penalties throughout his entire career (of which 7 where yellow). This play time, he has not caught any cards yet.
The contemporary term does not appear to be Pedro Rocha's best one yet, as he managed to neither score nor provide any assists. His record stay with a club is Gremio FB Porto Alegrense (Brazil) with three years and 7 months. While being substituted more in than out this season, the contrary occured the year before. However, he shows 65 out and 32 in substitutions in total. Before joining Cruzeiro MG, Pedro Rocha was engaged in the squads of Gremio FB Porto Alegrense and FC Spartak Moscow.
From his professional start until now, he has performed in 115 matches in total and hindermost appeared today. On average, he has participated in 7.7 matches per season. His shortest spell with a club currently counts eight months in his latest side. Concerning the latest matches, Pedro Rocha's club won in Mineiro, tied in Copa Libertadores plus won in Brasileiro Serie A. Besides Pedro Rocha, there are five more forwards in Cruzeiro MG's lot: Raniel, Fred, Sassa, Vinicius Popo and David.
(Last edited May 13, 2019)