Santiago Garcia

    All-time

  • matches played 130
  • goals 56
  • assists 13
  • Last appearance (days ago) 204

In terms of preferred feet, Santiago Garcia is a right footer, like 71% of Godoy Cruz A.T. Born on September 14, 1990, Santiago Garcia's age of 28 underlies his team's mean. He is currently 14th in Superliga (Argentina) with his team Godoy Cruz A.T. With a height of 1.81m, he exceeds Godoy Cruz A.T.'s mean tallness by 2. In January 2016, Spanish forward Santiago Garcia joined Godoy Cruz A.T. (Argentina), whom he is still playing for. He had 22 match appearances this season.

His jersey displays the number 18. In terms of winning, Santiago Garcia's team was able to do so in only 20% of Superliga's matches. Throughout his professional career, he participated in 115 games, the last appearance being 29 days ago. Superliga 17/18 (Argentina) has been his best season so far since he reached both his personal highest amount of goals and played matches. In the recent term, Santiago Garcia managed to find the net seven times and provided once additional assists which accounts for 30.4% of Godoy Cruz A.T.'s goals in Superliga 18/19 (Argentina). He scored an average of 0.3 goals and provided 0 assists per game so far, marking a impaired performance when compared to last season, when he had 0.6 strikes and 0 assists per match.

Before joining Godoy Cruz A.T., he impressed at CA Paranaense PR, CA River Plate (Uru), Kasimpasa and Club Nacional de Football. At 176.37lb, he carries 12lb more than the average Godoy Cruz A.T. player. Santiago Garcia's shortest spell with a club was eleven months in Kasimpasa (Turkey). His longest stay in a team counts three years and 5 months in Club Nacional de Football (Uruguay). In his footballer career, a total of 21 cards were ascribed to Santiago Garcia. While thus obtaining an average of 1.4 cards per term, he has not even gotten any yet, for now. He is playing as forward in Godoy Cruz A.T. together with Agustin Aleo, Victorio Ramis, Miguel Merentiel, Ezequiel Bullaude, Tomas Badaloni, Fernando Nunez, Juan Lucero and Lucas Aguero. On the whole, he joined the pitch 25 times and left it 30 times after the start of the match. In the present term, he played less games until end.

(Last edited May 9, 2019)