All goals of Roberto Massimo
Stats season 2021-2022
Roberto Massimo history
Roberto Massimo was born on 12 October 2000 in Accra and plays for VfB Stuttgart. He played for SV Lippstadt 08 from 2013-2014, for Arminia Bielefeld from 2014-2019 and has played for VfB Stuttgart since 2019.
Current season 2021/22
In the current season, Roberto Massimo has scored two goals and takes seventh place within his squad. He shares this rank with Philipp Förster, Waldemar Anton and Hamadi Al Ghaddioui. With 20 shots taken so far, the 1.82m-tall midfielder has had the 10th-most attempts on goal of any VfB Stuttgart player. Until now, he has been responsible for 11 passes to a shot and has therefore earned himself ninth place within the statistics of his club. In 11 of the previous 19 games of the season, he was in the starting line-up. Of these 19 games, the player with the shirt number 30 won 5 with his club. Additionally, he was substituted in for eight games.
Roberto Massimo played his last game on the 34th matchday of the 2021/22 season (14 May 2022). He was victorious over 1. FC Köln while playing for VfB Stuttgart with a score of 2-1. He was substituted in and played as a midfielder for a total of one minute in this game. The 21-year-old covered a distance of 0.1 km during his total playing time in this game. In doing so, he had a total of one sprint.
Bundesliga career and records
Roberto Massimo has played 37 matches throughout the course of his career in the Bundesliga. Of these, he has won 12. He has played all the matches of his career in the Bundesliga as a member of VfB Stuttgart. Here, Roberto Massimo has put a total of two balls in the net.
News & videos
Matchday 34 highlights!
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Bundesliga 2021/22: final-day decisions
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