All goals of Djibril Sow
Stats season 2022-2023
Djibril Sow history
Djibril Sow was born on 6 February 1997 in Zürich and plays for Eintracht Frankfurt. He played for BC Albisrieden from 2007-2008, for FC Zürich from 2008-2015, for Borussia M'gladbach from 2015-2017, for Berner SC Young Boys from 2017-2019 and has played for Eintracht Frankfurt since 2019.
Current season 2022/23
In the current season, Djibril Sow has scored one goal and takes sixth place within his squad. He shares this rank with Rafael Borré, Lucas Alario, Tuta, Ansgar Knauff, Kristijan Jakić and Éric Dina Ebimbe. The 25-year-old is in second place in his team's internal ranking for both pass success rate (88.16 per cent) and tackle success rate (54.9 per cent).
The player with the shirt number 8 played his last game on the 15th matchday of the 2022/23 season (13 November 2022). Playing for Eintracht Frankfurt, he played against 1. FSV Mainz 05 and tied with 1-1. He played as a midfielder throughout this entire game. In terms of total touches, he had 77 individual ball possessions. Furthermore, Djibril Sow had nine tackle challenges in the last match. Of these, he was able to win five. He was additionally able to make 60 successful passes – the best performance in the game. He covered a distance of 11.8 km during his total playing time in this game. In doing so, he had a total of 13 sprints.
Bundesliga career and records
Djibril Sow has played 104 matches throughout the course of his career in the Bundesliga. Of these, he has won 43. So far, he has completed 103 matches with his present squad. Here, Djibril Sow has put a total of five balls in the net.
Djibril Sow won the Europa League with Eintracht Frankfurt in 2021/22.
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