Guido Pizarro, the tireless Tigres player
SAN NICOLÁS DE LOS GARZA | Monday, May 23, 2016.- He’s a man who doesn’t hold back, who match after match runs to and fro across the whole pitch to snatch the ball from the opponents as well as to assure that his team moves forward from the midfield, his name is: Guido Pizarro, who, throughout the 2016 Winter Tournament (Clausura) dominated several areas of the Liga MX (Mexican League) statistics.
‘El Conde’ (the Count) played a total of 1,603 minutes in16 League matches and both of the Quarter Finals, but his work is even more outstanding regarding touching the ball, in which he ranked third in the tournament in complete passes and second in passes received, and was also the fifth man, out of all 18 teams, for covering the greatest distance.
The Argentine’s pass success was 88.2%, the fourth best of all the Liga MX players. It is worth noting that Guido covered a remarkable192.5 kilometers across the 17 fixtures of the 2016 Winter Tournament, with an average of 12.2 kilometers per game.
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Nomenclature: GP.- Games Played; MP.- Minutes Played; CP.- Complete Passes; IP.- Incorrect Passes; PS.- Pass Success; DCT.- Distance Covered in the Tournament; DCPG.- Distance Covered Per Game in the Tournament; BR.- Balls Regained and FC.- Fouls Committed