Juventus

    Medhi Benatia

    Medhi Benatia
    defender
    • 94 kg
    • 189 cm
    • 1987
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    Chances created
    Tackles won
    Goals conceded
    Serie A
    Career
    Season Team Category Apps/Goals
    2016/2017 Juventus A 15/1
    2015/2016 Bayern Munich Bundesliga 14/1
    2014/2015 Bayern Munich Bundesliga 15/1
    2013/2014 Roma A 33/5
    2012/2013 Udinese A 19/2
    2011/2012 Udinese A 27/1
    2010/2011 Udinese A 34/3
    2009/2010 Clermont Ligue 2 30/1
    2008/2009 Clermont Ligue 2 27/1
    2007/2008 Lorient Ligue 1 -/-
    2006/2007 Tours Ligue 2 29/-
    Season Team National European
    2016/2017 Juventus 1/0 5/0
    2015/2016 Bayern Munich 2/- 6/-
    2014/2015 Bayern Munich 2/- 7/1
    2013/2014 Roma 4/- -/-
    2012/2013 Udinese -/- 6/-
    2011/2012 Udinese -/- 11/1
    2010/2011 Udinese -/- -/-
    2009/2010 Clermont -/-
    2008/2009 Clermont -/-
    2007/2008 Lorient -/-
    2006/2007 Tours -/-
    Competition Team Season
    Coppa Italia Juventus 2016/2017
    Serie A Juventus 2016/2017
    Bundesliga Bayern Munich 2015/2016
    DFB Pokal Bayern Munich 2015/2016
    Bundesliga Bayern Munich 2014/2015
    Profile

    MEDHI BENATIA

    Born in the French city of Courcouronnes, Medhi Benatia would launch his career with Tours and Lorient before moving to Clermont in the summer of 2008.
    In 2010, the Moroccan international captain switched France for north-east Italy and Udinese, establishing himself as a lynchpin in the Zebrette rearguard, before joining Roma in the summer of 2013.
    During his time in the capital, he played an integral role in helping the Giallorossi concede just 25 goals over the entirety of the 2013/14 campaign – only twice more than eventual champions Juventus.
    Having developed into one of the most complete defenders in the European game, Benatia opted to test his mettle in a third different country in 2014, this time joining Bayern Munich.
    After two seasons in Germany, Benatia returned to Italy to bolster the Bianconeri’s defensive line. So far in Turin, he has shown calm, composure and positional sense, not to mention an impressive physical presence and threat in front of goal from set-pieces.

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