Alex Sandro

    Alex Sandro Lobo Silva
    • 80 kg
    • 180 cm
    • 1991
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    Minutes played
    Left foot
    Right foot
    Shots on Target
    Chances created
    Tackles won
    Goals conceded
    Serie A
    Season Team Category Apps/Goals
    2017/2018 Juventus A 26/4
    2016/2017 Juventus A 27/3
    2015/2016 Juventus A 22/2
    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
    Season Team National European
    2017/2018 Juventus 3/- 10/-
    2016/2017 Juventus 5/- 11/-
    2015/2016 Juventus 5/- 5/-
    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 -/-
    Competition Team Season
    Coppa Italia Juventus 2017/2018
    Serie A Juventus 2017/2018
    Coppa Italia Juventus 2016/2017
    Serie A Juventus 2016/2017
    Serie A Juventus 2015/2016
    Coppa Italia Juventus 2015/2016
    Super Cup Juventus 2015/2016
    Coppa Italia 2014/2015
    Serie A 2014/2015
    Serie A 2013/2014
    Super Cup 2012/2013
    Serie A 2012/2013
    Super Cup 2011/2012
    Serie A 2011/2012


    Explosive pace, boundless energy and a keen eye for an interception: 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 has undoubtedly produced another in Juve’s number 12.
    Ever since making the switch from Porto in 2015, watching Alex Sandro steaming up and down the left touchline has become a familiar sight for Bianconeri fans, with the Brazilian offering width, pace, power and accurate deliveries from the flanks – no less obvious than his pair of assists in the 2017 Coppa Italia final.
    Alex Sandro started his career at Atletico Paranaense in 2007, including a season-long loan spell with Santos, prior to joining Porto in 2011, where he would win back-to-back titles before joining the Bianconeri.
    The full-back also claimed a Copa America and World Cup at U20 level before stepping up to the seniors to become an Olympic silver medallist at the London games a year later in 2012.

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