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2016-17 Sevilla Statistical Breakdown

Wins – 27 (21 La Liga, 4 Champions League, 2 Copa del Rey)

Losses – 14 (8 La Liga, 3 Super Cup, 2 Champions League, 1 Copa del Rey)

Draws – 12 (9 La Liga, 2 Champions League, 1 Copa del Rey)

 

Home – 18 wins, 5 draws, 3 losses

Away – 9 wins, 7 draws, 10 losses

Neutral – 1 loss

 

Goals (all competitions)

18 – Wissam Ben Yedder

11 – Pablo Sarabia

10 – Luciano Vietto

8 – Joaquin Correa/Vicente Iborra/Mudo Vasquez

7 – Stevan Jovetic

6 – Vitolo

3 – Gabriel Mercado/Steven Nzonzi/Ganso/Samir Nasri

2 – Nico Pareja

1 – Yevhen Konoplyanka/Sergio Escudero/Carlos Fernandez/Hiroshi Kiyotake

Assists (including penalties drawn that were converted and assisted own goals, all competitions)

14 – Pablo Sarabia

10 – Vitolo

6 – Wissam Ben Yedder

5 – Luciano Vietto/Stevan Jovetic/Sergio Escudero

4 – Mariano/Vicente Iborra/Mudo Vasquez

3 – Steven Nzonzi/Ganso/Samir Nasri/Joaquin Correa

2 – Hiroshi Kiyotake

1 – Gabriel Mercado/Nico Pareja/Matias Kranevitter

Appearances (all competitions)

47 – Sergio Rico

46 – Pablo Sarabia/Steven Nzonzi

44 – Vicente Iborra

43 – Vitolo/Mariano

42 – Wissam Ben Yedder

40 – Gabriel Mercado

38 – Mudo Vazquez

37 – Sergio Escudero

34 – Nico Pareja/Joaquin Correa

33 – Adil Rami

32 – Matias Kranevitter

31 – Luciano Vietto

30 – Samir Nasri

24 – Stevan Jovetic

19 – Clement Lenglet

16 – Ganso

10 – Daniel Carrico

9 – Kolo/Hiroshi Kiyotake

6 – Diego Gonzalez

4 – Walter Montoya

3 – David Soria/Salvatore Sirigu/Carlos Fernandez

2 – Yevhen Konoplyanka/Borja Lasso/Michael Krohn-Dehli

1 – David Carmona

Minutes Played (all competitions, minimum 1000 mins)

4260 – Sergio Rico

4086 – Steven Nzonzi

3615 – Mariano

3390 – Vitolo

3238 – Sergio Escudero

3103 – Gabriel Mercado

2845 – Adil Rami

2825 – Nico Pareja

2809 – Pablo Sarabia

2670 – Mudo Vasquez

2400 – Samir Nasri

2373 – Vicente Iborra

2268 – Wissam Ben Yedder

1970 – Matias Kranevitter

1890 – Luciano Vietto

1759 – Joaquin Correa

1502- Clement Lenglet

1382 – Stevan Jovetic

Yellow Cards (all competitions)

16 – Gabriel Mercado

13 – Vicente Iborra

12 – Pablo Sarabia

11 – Vitolo/Mudo Vazquez

10 – Samir Nasri

8 – Steven Nzonzi/Nico Pareja/Sergio Escudero/Mariano

6 – Adil Rami/Joaquin Correa/Matias Kranevitter

5 – Stevan Jovetic

3 – Luciano Vietto/Clement Lenglet/Kolo/Daniel Carrico

1 – David Carmona/Ganso

Red Cards (all competitions)

1 – Salvatore Sirigu/Kolo/Adil Rami/Nico Pareja/Vitolo/Mudo Vasquez/Samir Nasri

Penalties Drawn (all competitions)

5 – Joaquin Correa (4 fouls, 1 handball)

4 – Vitolo (4 fouls)

1 – Samir Nasri/Wissam Ben Yedder/Luciano Vietto (all fouls)

Penalties Taken (all competitions)

3/3 – Wissam Ben Yedder

1/1 – Pablo Sarabia/Yevhen Konoplyanka

1/2 – Vicente Iborra

0/1 – Steven Nzonzi/Samir Nasri/Stevan Jovetic/Luciano Vietto/Joaquin Correa

Penalties Conceded (all competitions)

2 – Nico Pareja

1 – Sergio Rico/Salvatore Sirigu/Mariano/Gabriel Mercado/Clement Lenglet/Matias Kranevitter

Penalties Saved (all competitions)

1/6 – Sergio Rico

0/1 – David Soria/Vicente Iborra

Clean Sheets (all competitions)

17 – Sergio Rico

1 – David Soria

0 – Salvatore Sirigu

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  1. Cool list of stats. Anything for pass completion percentage or effective take ons and tackles etc?

  2. Interesting stats. LOL at Iborra not saving the penalty…. couldn’t keep a clean sheet either.

    Also double LOL at the penalty takers. Forgot that even Konoplyanka took one while still here, so it raises the number to 9 different penalty takers within a season in all competitions. This ladies and gentlemen happens only at … SEVILLA FC!

  3. Will there be prediction results this time around? Really interested to see if we were near anything. I think some of us predicted the 4th place correctly but not sure about the other things.

  4. Sarabia is clear winner as value for money. His best games though, have been from the subs bench. When Escudero was not available, Sampaoli gave Sarabia the wing back position and the added responsibility of going forward, in those games Sarabia didn’t look so effective but not his fault. Iborra also contributed a lot, he’s no longer just a defensive midfielder, he’s developed tremendously in vision annd passing, Sevilla always looked more solid with him on the field.

  5. Berrizo to be officially made our new manager within a few hours.. An agreement has been made.

    Will Nolito follow after his recent meeting and hm voicing his desire to return to Spain.

    What’s everyone think good or bad moves?

    1. Nolito would be a decent move, especially that not more than 1 year ago Barca were drooling to have him in their team and Man City signed him, so he is a much wanted and a very good player.

      Also Berizzo knows him from the Celta days so it’s all good in my opinion.

      Now imagine Navas returning…..

  6. We have offered Navas a three year deal if I’m correct.. City offer him a one year extension..

    1. Is there a link to this, I’ve scoured my usual news sources but nothing yet, he wasn’t at his best at Aston Villa but has played well at Eibar and “is in the top 10 left-backs across Europe’s big leagues for both completed dribbles and chances created”, that would really help add another dimension to the squad and provide a competent backup to Escudero, even better if he comes on a free. If he and navas come back that would be a dream reunion of the Sevillastas. I wonder could Alves come back for one final season before he retires?

      The same couldn’t be said of Moreno, Liverpool were looking to sell and Alberto wants to come back but Sevilla said nah, too expensive and his development has stalled, sad really.

      1. Yeah… unfortunately Moreno has become a huge liability nowadays. Luna would be the better choice, and if we get Jonny, while keeping Mariano and Escudero, that would be a dream team of full backs I think.