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Romario Ibarra

Attacking Midfielder, Midfielder (Left) AM, M (L) - Independiente

Recent Matches & Performances

A graph displaying Romario Ibarra'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 Romario Ibarra's team, Independiente, are involved in. This includes the date and location of the fixture.

25 Jul, 2024 at Estadio Alberto José Armando
Copa Sudamericana

Season 2024 Stats

The playing stats (including matchratings) of Romario Ibarra for the 2024 season, with other seasons available to be selected. As well as competitions that can be viewed, the graphic can be filtered to general, discipline, defending, errors, disruption, passing, creation, attacking, and decisive statistics.

COMPETITION APPS
  • FOULS P90 FOULED P90 TACKLES A/W P90 AERIALS A/W P90 DUELS A/W P90 CLEAR P90 ERR CHANCE ERR GOAL POSS LOST P90 Offside P90 TOUCHES P90 INTERCEPT P90 RECOV P90 LAST MAN TACKLE PASSES P90 PASS COMP % FINAL THIRD P90 LONG BALLS P90 BIG CHANCES DRIBBLES P90 CROSSES P90 PEN SHOTS P90 TARGET P90 BLOCKED P90 IN BOX P90 DECISIVE FIRST EQUALISER MOM AVG RATING
    Copa Sudamericana CSU 0 (1) 0 0 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
    Copa Libertadores CLI 3 0 0 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

    About Romario Ibarra

    Who is Romario Ibarra?

    Romario Ibarra is 29-years-old, born on 24 September 1994, and is a right-footed professional football player from Ecuador. Born in Atuntaqui, Romario Ibarra has also played in Segunda División for Oviedo, in CONCACAF Champions Cup for Pachuca, in MLS for Minnesota Utd and in Copa Pilsener Serie A for Uni Católica. He currently plays as a Attacking Midfielder, Midfielder (Left) in Copa Pilsener Serie A for club Independiente.

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