Peter Pekarik


  • matches played 337
  • goals 7
  • assists 15
  • Last appearance (days ago) 8

The Defender Peter Pekarik joined his current team, Hertha BSC (Germany), in August 2012. In Bundesliga (Germany), Hertha BSC is in tenth position. Born on October 30, 1986, Peter Pekarik's age of 32 underlies his team's mean. He played 15 matches this season. He stands 176cm high and thus is 7cm smaller than his team on average. In terms of preferred feet, Peter Pekarik is a right footer, like 67% of Hertha BSC. Besides Hertha BSC, Peter Pekarik is at Slovakia's command, too.

He played for MSK Zilina, VfL Wolfsburg, FK Dubnica Nad Vahom and Kayserispor before ending up in Hertha BSC. At 154.32lb, he carries 13lb less than the average Hertha BSC player. Throughout his time as professional football player, Peter Pekarik was sanctioned with a card 33 times resulting in a mean value of 0.97 cards per play time. This season he was given but one penalty. He played 311 matches in total and hindermost appeared three days ago. On average, he has participated in 9.1 matches per season.

He played for five other professional teams. In the recent term, Peter Pekarik managed to find the net just not once but provided once assists He scored an average of 0 goals and provided 0.1 assists per game so far, marking a slightly impaired performance when compared to last season, when he had 0 strikes and 0.1 assists per match. Altogether, he was substituted in 19 and out 41 times. Currently, he left the pit more than he entered it which holds true for last season as well.

Hertha BSC's jersey number 2 is Peter Pekarik. He is playing as defender in Hertha BSC together with Florian Baak, Niklas Stark, Maximilian Mittelstadt, Jordan Torunarigha, Lukas Klunter, Derrick Luckassen, Karim Rekik and Marvin Plattenhardt. In terms of winning, his team was able to do so in 30% of Bundesliga's matches. Peter Pekarik's shortest stay in a club was ten months in Kayserispor (Turkey). His best season was Bundesliga 09/10 (Germany), because in this year he had his highest success in terms of forward passes. The longest period that he stayed in a team was twelve years and 11 months in Slovakia (Slovakia).

(Last edited May 14, 2019)