Guido Carrillo
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Guido Carrillo Forward
ARG Argentina
Key Performance Stats Last updated 19 Jun 2018
Games Played
0
Minutes played
0
Games Started
0
Goals
0
Goals
0
Inside
box
0
Outside
box
0
Set
pieces
0
Conversion rate
0%
Total
shots
0
Shots on
target
0
Guido Carrillo

Guido Carrillo Feed

Guido Carrillo Saints History

Last updated 19 Jun 2018
Total matches
10
Emirates FA Cup
3
Premier League
7
Goals
0
Seasons
1
Saints debut
27 Jan 2018
Watford
Southampton FC

Southampton FC

Season Appearances Emirates FA Cup Carabao Cup Premier League UEFA Europa League Goals
2017/2018 10 3 0 7 0 0

Guido Carrillo Season Stats

League Only
Last updated 19 Jun 2018

General

Games Played
0
0
Minutes played
0
0
Games Started
0
0
Subs on/off
0
0

Attack

Goals
0
0
Total shots
0
0
Shots on target
0
0
Mins per goal
0
0
Conversion rate
0%
0%
Inside box
0
0
Outside
box
0
0
Set
pieces
0
0
Header
0
0
Other
0
0
Left foot
0
0
Right foot
0
0

Distribution

Passes Completed
/ 0
/ 0
Crosses completed
/ 0
/ 0
Assists
0
0
Chances created
0
0

Defence

Clearances
0
0
Blocks
0
0
Interceptions
0
0
Tackles won
/ 0
/ 0
Duels won
/ 0
/ 0
Aerial duels won
/ 0
/ 0

Discipline

Fouls awarded
0
0
Fouls conceded
0
0
Yellow cards
0
0
Red cards
0
0

Guido Carrillo Biography

Last updated 22 Feb 2018
Nationality
Argentina
Age
27
Height
191 cm
Weight
87 kg
Saints debut
27 Jan 2018

Former clubs: Estudiantes, AS Monaco

Strong in the air and a composed finisher, Guido Carrillo arrived at St Mary’s after a promising and consistently productive three-year introduction to European football with AS Monaco.

Born in Magdalena near Buenos Aires in May 1991, Carrillo began his career with boyhood club Estudiantes.

After graduating from the club’s academy, the Argentine made his first senior appearance in 2011 and would go on to become a fan’s favourite at the Estadio Ciudad de La Plata.

Four seasons with El León yielded 42 goals in 141 appearances – including seven in 10 matches in the continent’s Copa Libertadores – a large portion of which came under the management of current Saints boss Mauricio Pellegrino.

A hat-trick against Barcelona Guayaquil in the 2014/15 group stages and further strikes against Independiente Santa Fe in the last 16 caught the eye of European suitors and Carrillo was soon on his way to Monte Carlo and Ligue 1 to join AS Monaco.

First-team opportunities would be reduced for the aerially dominant forward in the principality but that didn’t stop him developing a reputation as a consistent performer from the substitute’s bench.

After a steady debut season on the Côte d’Azur and a first taste of Champions League football, the striker netted seven times in 19 league outings in the following 2016/17 campaign, averaging a goal every 83 minutes before a groin injury curtailed momentum through the Spring.

A first piece of silverware would follow at the end of the season, as Monaco interrupted Paris Saint-Germain’s domestic dominance to storm to their first Ligue 1 title for since 2000.

The 26-year-old’s timely touch has continued this term. Despite the prolific form of joint-leading scorer Radamel Falcao keeping him out of Leonardo Jardim’s side, the new Saints recruit has scored seven in 24 matches in all competitions including league braces against Guingamp and Troyes.