Alex Sandro

      Alex Sandro Lobo Silva
      defender
      • 1991
      得到his jersey
      12
      分钟
      得分
      左脚
      右脚
      其他
      间隙
      救下
      镜头 打中目标
      机会 创建
      铲球 获胜
      得分 输球
      甲级联赛
      职业生涯
      品类 Apps/得分
      2015/2016 Porto PL 1/-
      2014/2015 Porto PL 28/1
      2013/2014 Porto PL 26/0
      2012/2013 Porto PL 25/1
      2011/2012 Porto PL 7/1
      2010/2011 Santos A 6/-
      2009/2010 Santos A 24/1
      2008/2009 Atletico PR A 14/1
      国家 欧洲
      2014/2015 Porto 1/- 11/-
      2013/2014 Porto 11/- 11/-
      2012/2013 Porto 5/- 6/-
      2011/2012 Porto 4/- 1/-
      2010/2011 Santos -/- 11/-
      2009/2010 Santos 4/1 -/-
      比赛
      超级杯 2015/2016
      意大利杯 2014/2015
      甲级联赛 2014/2015
      甲级联赛 2013/2014
      超级杯 2012/2013
      甲级联赛 2012/2013
      超级杯 2011/2012
      甲级联赛 2011/2012
      资料

      Alex Sandro

      Explosive pace, boundless energy and with a keen eye for an interception, new Juventus recruit Alex Sandro ticks all the boxes of the modern wing-back.

      Brazil historically has been renowned for its conveyor belt of dynamic and adventurous defenders and the Samba nation seems to have produced another in the Bianconeri’s latest signing.

      Seeing the 24-year-old steaming up and down the left touchline became a familiar sight for Porto fans during his time in Portugal’s second city and the Brazilian is sure to bring a new dimension to Juve’s play, offering width, power and accurate delivery from the flanks.

      In Alex Sandro, Juventus have secured the services of a player on a rapid upward trajectory.

      Having made a name for himself in his native Brazil with Atletico Paranaense and then Santos, picking up a Copa Libertadores on his way, Sandro headed for Porto in 2011.

      It was there at the Estadio da Dragao that the defender was put in the European spotlight and he took the opportunity with both hands. 

      In his left-sided berth Sandro became a first team regular, featuring prominently as he helped his team to two consecutive European quarter-finals in the Europa League and the Champions League, not to mention back-to-back Portuguese titles in the same period.

      But it has not just been on the domestic scene where the Brazilian has caught the eye. By the age of 21, the defender already had three international honours to his name.

      In 2011, he was a continental (Copa America) and world champion (World Cup) at U20 level before stepping up to the seniors to become an Olympic silver medalist at the London games a year later in 2012.

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