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Mirko Marić

Forward, Attacking Midfielder (Centre) F, AM (C) - Monza

Recent Matches & Performances

A graph displaying Mirko Marić's form, up and down via their performance for each fixture. The matchratings range from zero to 10 and are calculated via our algorithms covering more than 50 datapoints.

Next match

The next match which Mirko Marić's team, Monza, are involved in. This includes the date and location of the fixture.

19:15 -
09 Aug, 2024 at Stadio Comunale Brianteo
Coppa Italia

About Mirko Marić

Who is Mirko Marić?

Mirko Marić is 29-years-old, born on 16 May 1995, and is a professional football player from Croatia. Born in Grude, Mirko Marić has also played in Prva Liga for Rijeka, in Serie B for Crotone, in Prva Liga for Osijek, in NB I for Fehérvár, in Prva Liga for Lok Zagreb and in UEFA Europa League for Široki Brijeg. He currently plays as a Forward, Attacking Midfielder (Centre) in Serie A for club Monza.

What are Mirko Marić's last performances?

One of his best performances from last period, was the match against Cagliari, played on 26 November 2023 in Serie A (Regular Season). Mirko Marić received a match rating from FC of 7 for his performance and Monza lost the match with a score of 1-1. The Forward, Attacking Midfielder (Centre) scored 1 goal. Mirko Marić made the equaliser and scored the winning goal.

Other exemplary match performances of Mirko Marić in this period were:
Monza - Lecce (1-1), played on 17 September 2023 for the Serie A (Regular Season). He received a match rating of 6.
Empoli - Monza (3-0), played on 21 January 2024 for the Serie A (Regular Season). He received a match rating of 5.9.

One of his least good performances was the match against Milan, played on 17 December 2023 in Serie A (Regular Season). Mirko Marić received a match rating from FC of 5.8 for his performance and Monza lost the match with a score of 3-0.

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