All goals of Julian Weigl
Julian Weigl Stats season 2023-2024
Julian Weigl Last match
Julian Weigl Career
Julian Weigl Career stats
Julian Weigl history
Julian Weigl was born on 8 September 1995 in Bad Aibling and plays for Borussia Mönchengladbach. He played for SV Ostermünchen from 2001-2006, for TSV 1860 Rosenheim from 2006-2010, for TSV 1860 München from 2010-2015, for Borussia Dortmund from 2015-2020, for SL Benfica Lissabon from 2020-2022 and has played for Borussia M'gladbach since 2022.
Current season 2023/24
The 28-year-old has been able to make one assist so far. With this result, he leads the team statistics along with Jonas Omlin, Maximilian Wöber, Tomáš Čvančara, Franck Honorat and Rocco Reitz. His pass success rate amounts to 94.72 per cent. This result enables Julian Weigl to occupy second place in the league ranking for this category. His tackle success rate amounts to 57.35 per cent. With this, he occupies second place in the team-internal statistics. Few players have covered a greater distance in the ongoing season than him. He is currently the third-best runner with 60 km run on the pitch.
The player with the shirt number 8 played his last game on the fifth matchday of the 2023/24 season (23 September 2023). Playing for Borussia M'gladbach, he lost against RB Leipzig 0-1. He played as a midfielder throughout this entire game. Furthermore, he had 15 tackle challenges in the last match. Of these, he was able to win six. He was additionally able to make 33 successful passes. During his total playing time in this game, he ran 12.4 km and thus covered a longer distance than all other players in the game. In doing so, Julian Weigl had a total of eight sprints.
Bundesliga career and records
Julian Weigl has played 144 matches in the course of his career in the Bundesliga. Of these, he has won 74. He has netted four goals during his appointments in the Bundesliga. So far, he has completed 28 matches with his present squad. Here, he has scored a total of one goal.
Up to now, Julian Weigl has played six international matches for Germany. He won the DFB-Pokal in 2016/17 with Borussia Dortmund.