- matches played 447
- goals 17
- assists 16
- Last appearance (days ago) 19
Per Ciljan Skjelbred is a male midfielder from Norway, who has been playing for Hertha BSC in Germany since September 1, 2014. So far in the 2018/2019 season, Per Ciljan Skjelbred competed in 17 fixtures. He prefers to play with his right foot, as do 67% of his teammates. Since he came into world in 1987, to be more precise June 16th, the midfielder is NaN years younger than Hertha BSC's average player. Per Ciljan Skjelbred stands 175cm high and thus is 8cm smaller than his team on average.
At present, Hertha BSC is in Bundesliga (Germany) they are in tenth place. As for winning percentages, he won with Hertha BSC 40% of their home matches (20% in total) in Bundesliga. Unfortunately, his team recorded no wins in the last 5 games, registering a 2-games-in-a-row loss-streak including 2 draws. Per Ciljan Skjelbred plays with the jersey number 3. His longest stay in a team counts ten years and 3 days in Norway (Norway). He impressed in Tippeligaen 2005 (Norway), reaching his personal record of goals.
Weighing 163.14lb, Per Ciljan Skjelbred measures 4lb less than the average player on Hertha BSC. Throughout his time as professional football player, he was sanctioned with a card 49 times resulting in a mean value of 1.32 cards per play time. This season he was given just three yellow cards. Throughout his professional career, he participated in 412 games, the last appearance being eleven days ago. Altogether, Per Ciljan Skjelbred was substituted in 48 and out 133 times. Currently, he left the pit more than he entered it which is different to last season wherein he did the opposite.
The briefest time his spent on a team counts nine months in his present club. He managed to attract a lot of good feedback after his performance at Hamburger SV, the team he was subjected to before joining Hertha BSC. Besides Per Ciljan Skjelbred, there are twelve more midfielders in Hertha BSC's lot: Marko Grujic, Julius Kade, Valentino Lazaro, Arne Maier, Mathew Leckie, Salomon Kalou, Dennis Jastrzembski, Maurice Covic, Javairo Dilrosun, Vladimir Darida, Ondrej Duda and Fabian Lustenberger.
(Last edited May 9, 2019)