Julian Brandt | Playerprofile
Julian Brandt was born on 2 May 1996 in Bremen and plays for Borussia Dortmund. He played for SC Borgfeld from 2001-2009, for FC Oberneuland from 2009-2011, for VfL Wolfsburg from 2011-2013, for Bayer 04 Leverkusen from 2014-2019 and has played for Borussia Dortmund since 2019.
Current season 2019/20
In this season, Julian Brandt has scored one goal and takes eighth place within his squad. He shares this rank with Thorgan Hazard. With 11 shots taken so far, Julian Brandt has had the seventh-most attempts on goal of any Borussia Dortmund player. Until now, he has been responsible for seven passes to a shot and has therefore earned himself seventh place within the statistics of his club. In five of the previous 11 games of the season, he was in the starting line-up. Of these 11 games, the 23-year-old won 5 with his club. Additionally, he was substituted in for six games.
Julian Brandt played his last game on the 11th matchday of the 2019/20 season (9 November 2019). Playing for Borussia Dortmund, he lost to FC Bayern München 0-4. He played as a midfielder throughout this entire game. In terms of total touches, he had 40 individual ball possessions. Furthermore, the 1.85m-tall midfielder had nine tackle challenges in the last match. Of these, he was able to win four. During his total playing time in this game, he ran 12.7 km and thus covered a longer distance than all other players in the club. In doing so, he had a total of 21 sprints.
Bundesliga career and records
The player with the shirt number 19 has played 176 matches in the course of his career in the Bundesliga. Of these, he has won 81. He has netted 35 goals during his appointments in the Bundesliga. So far, Julian Brandt has completed 11 matches with his current squad. Here, he has scored a total of one goal. With a total of 35 goals in his Bundesliga career so far, he presently takes 21st place on the active scoring chart.
Up to now, Julian Brandt has played 29 international matches for Germany. He scored a total of two goals in these games. He claimed the Confederations Cup with Germany in 2017.