In April of this year, Yeferson Soteldo transferred from Santos, a club he had defended since 2019, to Toronto FC, of Major League Soccer (MLS).
In 22 games for the Canadian team, 17 as a starter, the Venezuelan has 43 shots, 17 on target, and 35 passes for completion. With this, the attacker participates in a submission every 20 minutes on the field, according to the Footstats.
???????? Yeferson Soteldo na MLS 2021:
????️ 22 games (17 starter)
⚽️ 3 goals
????️ 6 assists
???? 17/43 submissions on target
???? 35 assists for submission
???? 53 dribbles
▸ 1 goal in every 179′
▸ 1 participant in submission every 20′
▸ 3rd in MLS in dribbling
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— Footstats I2A (@Footstats) October 11, 2021
Another fact that draws attention is the number of dribbles. Soteldo has 53, the third highest number in the MLS in the 2021 season. In addition, the Venezuelan scored three goals and gave six assists, participating in a goal every 179 minutes on the field.
In just over two years at Santos, Soteldo was one of the main names in the campaign that culminated in the Libertadores vice-championship in January of this year. During the period, the forward scored 19 goals and gave 16 assists in 87 matches for Peixe.
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