All goals of Takuma Asano
Stats season 2022-2023
Takuma Asano history
Takuma Asano was born on 10 November 1994 in Komono and plays for VfL Bochum. He played for Yokkaichi Chuo Technical HS from 2010-2012, for Sanfrecce Hiroshima from 2013-2016, for Arsenal FC from 2016-2016, for VfB Stuttgart from 2016-2018, for Hannover 96 from 2018-2019, for Arsenal FC from 2019-2019, for FK Partizan Belgrad from 2019-2021 and has played for VfL Bochum 1848 since 2021.
Current season 2022/23
With eight shots taken so far, the 1.73m-tall forward has had the eighth-most attempts on goal of any VfL Bochum player. With seven passes to a shot, he currently occupies sixth place within the team statistics along with Christopher Antwi-Adjei.
Takuma Asano played his last game on the sixth matchday of the 2022/23 season (10 September 2022). Playing for VfL Bochum 1848, he lost to FC Schalke 04 1-3. He was in the starting line-up in this game and played as a midfielder for four minutes. In terms of total touches, the 28-year-old had one individual ball possession. Furthermore, he had one tackle challenge in the last match. He was victorious in all tackle challenges. Takuma Asano covered a distance of 0.2 km during his total playing time in this game.
Bundesliga career and records
The player with the shirt number 11 has played 61 matches throughout the course of his career in the Bundesliga. Of these, he has won 17. He has netted four goals during his appointments in the Bundesliga. So far, he has completed 33 matches with his current squad. Here, Takuma Asano has scored a total of three goals.
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