Stats season 2022-2023
Christian Groß history
Christian Groß was born on 8 February 1989 in Bremen and plays for SV Werder Bremen. He played for BV Cloppenburg from 2004-2005, for VfL Osnabrück from 2005-2006, for Hamburger SV from 2006-2011, for Hamburger SV II from 2006-2011, for SV Babelsberg 03 from 2011-2013, for Sportfreunde Lotte from 2013-2014, for VfL Osnabrück from 2014-2018 and has played for SV Werder Bremen since 2018.
Current season 2020/21
With one assist, the player with the shirt number 36 currently has the fifth-most in his team along with Leonardo Bittencourt, Yuya Osako, Theodor Gebre Selassie, Tahith Chong, Jean-Manuel Mbom, Kevin Möhwald and Milot Rashica. In 17 of the previous 23 games of the season, the 32-year-old was in the starting line-up. Of these 23 games, he won 5 with his club. Additionally, he was substituted in for six games.
The 1.82m-tall defender played his last game on the 33rd matchday of the 2020/21 season (15 May 2021). Playing for SV Werder Bremen, he lost to FC Augsburg 0-2. He was in the starting line-up in this game and played as a midfielder for 49 minutes. In terms of total touches, Christian Groß had 36 individual ball possessions. Furthermore, he had 18 tackle challenges in the last match. Of these, he was able to win five. Christian Groß was additionally able to make 22 successful passes. He covered a distance of 5.6 km during his total playing time in this game. In doing so, he had a total of four sprints.
Bundesliga career and records
Christian Groß has played 37 matches in the course of his career in the Bundesliga. Of these, he has won 10. He has played all the matches of his career in the Bundesliga as a member of SV Werder Bremen.
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