- matches played 195
- goals 10
- assists 7
- Last appearance (days ago) 80
In January 2017, Norwegian midfielder Sander Berge joined KRC Genk (Belgium), whom he is still playing for. Having been born in 1998, on February 14, Sander Berge's age of 21 makes him junior to the average player of KRC Genk. Measuring 190cm, KRC Genk's average player height surpasses Sander Berge by 9cm. The club of Sander Berge, KRC Genk, presently holds first position in group I of UEFA Europa League and first position in group Championship Round of First Division A (Belgium).
He already played 44 matches this season. He is a right footer just as 73% of KRC Genk. Sander Berge impressed in UEFA Europa League 18/19, reaching his personal record of goals. It's been 14 days since he played his latest match. His record stay with a club is his current one with two years and 4 months. After an overall look at his career, we can see that Sander Berge was substituted in 21 times but never out. In the active season, he was taken out more often in contrast to 2017/2018 wherein the contrary happened.
He played for Asker and Valerenga IF before ending up in KRC Genk. This season he scored two and assisted three goals which is 14.3% of all of KRC Genk's goals in UEFA Europa League 18/19. On average, he initialized 0.07 and hit the net 0.05 times per match this season which is a better performance than last year's. In terms of winning, Sander Berge's team was able to do so in 50% of UEFA Europa League's and in 70% of First Division A's matches.
Weighing 194lb, he measures 25lb more than the average player on KRC Genk. His shortest stay in a club was 13 months in Asker (Norway). Throughout his time as professional football player, Sander Berge was sanctioned with a card eleven times resulting in a mean value of 1 cards per play time. This season he was given five yellow cards. Sadly, he scored one own goal in his career. This happened with KRC Genk in First Division A 17/18 (Belgium). At KRC Genk, he is the owner of jersey number 25. Sander Berge completes KRC Genk's intermediate department, alongside players like Ivan Fiolic, Casper De Norre, Ruslan Malinovskyi, Jakub Piotrowski, Vladimir Screciu, Bryan Heynen, Junya Ito and Joseph Paintsil.
(Last edited May 11, 2019)