- matches played 223
- goals 0
- assists 0
- Last appearance (days ago) 15
Yvon Mvogo was used in twelve of the matches in the present term. Since Yvon Mvogo came into world in 1994, to be more precise June 6th, the goalkeeper is NaN years younger than Switzerland's average player. He stands 186cm high and thus is 3cm taller than his team on average. He prefers to play with his right foot, as do 79% of his teammates. At present, Switzerland is in second place in WC Qualification, UEFA (group B), in eighth place in Int. Friendly Games, while in Uefa Nations League (group A2) they are leading.
At 185.19lb, Yvon Mvogo carries 11lb more than the average Switzerland player. Besides Yvon Mvogo, there are two more goalkeepers in Switzerland's lot: Yann Sommer and Jonas Omlin. He changed two clubs throughout his career as professional. From his professional start until now, he has performed in 173 matches in total and hindermost appeared 39 days ago. On average, he has participated in 10.8 matches per season. Yvon Mvogo's shortest spell with a club was 23 months in RB Leipzig (Germany).
He impressed in Super League 14/15 (Switzerland), reaching his personal record of match appearances. Merely five times a card was given to him in his tenure. So far this season, Yvon Mvogo won 90% in WC Qualification, UEFA, won 50% in Int. Friendly Games and won 75% of Switzerland's matches in Uefa Nations League. They also managed to win 4 fixtures in a row in WC Qualification, UEFA. Further, he also operates for RB Leipzig. He plays with the jersey number 12.
Before joining Switzerland, Yvon Mvogo impressed at BSC Young Boys. The longest period that he stayed in a team was five years and 11 months in BSC Young Boys (Switzerland) After an overall look at his career, we can see that he was substituted in twice but never out. In the active season, he came into the park more often in contrast to 2017/2018 wherein both types of substitutions were balanced. When it comes to unfortunate moments, Yvon Mvogo scored once in the wrong net since becoming professional. This was in Super League 16/17 (Switzerland) with BSC Young Boys.
(Last edited May 15, 2019)