All goals of Philipp Förster
Stats season 2022-2023
Philipp Förster history
Philipp Förster was born on 4 February 1995 in Bretten and plays for VfL Bochum. He played for Karlsruher SC from 2009-2010, for VfB Stuttgart from 2010-2014, for SV Waldhof Mannheim from 2014-2017, for 1. FC Nürnberg from 2017-2017, for SV Sandhausen from 2017-2019, for VfB Stuttgart from 2019-2022 and has played for VfL Bochum 1848 since 2022.
Current season 2022/23
In this season, the 27-year-old has scored one goal and takes third place within his squad. He shares this rank with Kevin Stöger and Gerrit Holtmann. So far, he has taken nine shots at goal. With this result he has secured himself, along with Anthony Losilla and Jordi Osei-Tutu, fifth place on the team-internal leaderboard for this category. With nine passes to a shot, the player with the shirt number 10 currently occupies third place within the team statistics along with Gerrit Holtmann. In eight of the previous 12 games of the season, Philipp Förster was in the starting line-up. Of these 12 games, he won 4 with his club. Additionally, he was substituted in for four games.
Philipp Förster played his last game on the 15th matchday of the 2022/23 season (12 November 2022). Playing for VfL Bochum 1848, he won against FC Augsburg 1-0. He was substituted in and played as a forward for a total of 26 minutes in this game. In terms of total touches, Philipp Förster had 16 individual ball possessions. Furthermore, he had five tackle challenges in the last match. Of these, he was able to win one. He covered a distance of 4.1 km during his total playing time in this game. In doing so, he had a total of 12 sprints.
Bundesliga career and records
Philipp Förster has played 57 matches throughout the course of his career in the Bundesliga. Of these, he has won 19. He has netted six goals during his appointments in the Bundesliga. Thus far, he has completed 12 matches with his current squad. Here, he has scored a total of one goal.
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