Alexandre Pato

Alexandre Pato
Alexandre Pato
Alexandre Pato
Forward
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Real Name: Alexandre Pato
HT: 5' 9"
International
Age: 31 (09/02/1989)
Hometown: Pato Branco, Brazil

CLUB
2021: Signed to a one-year deal by the Lions on Feb. 13 … 2020: Appeared in 13 matches for São Paulo … Scored four goals … Agreed to terminate contract with Brasileirão side at end of year … 2019: Returned to São Paulo on March 27 … Totaled 22 appearances for the Brasileirão side … Netted five goals … 2018: Appeared in 34 contests for Tianjin Quanjian … Scored 19 goals … 2017: Transferred to Chinese Super League Club Tianjin Quanjian on Jan. 30 … Debuted for the CSL side on March 4 … Totaled 26 appearances … Netted 17 finishes … 2016-17: Transferred to La Liga club Villarreal … Appeared in 24 contests … Scored six goals … Scored in club debut on Aug. 17 in a Champions League playoff against Monaco … 2015-16: Loaned to English Premier League side Chelsea from Corinthians … Appeared in two contests … Converted from penalty spot in Club debut for lone EPL goal … 2015: Logged 59 appearances across all competitions for São Paulo … Scored 26 goals … 2014: Made 39 appearances for São Paulo … Netted 12 finishes … Move to São Paulo on Feb. 5 … Totaled five appearances for Corinthians … 2013: Signed for Corinthians on a four-year deal on Jan. 3 … Made 57 appearances across all competitions … Scored 17 goals … Helped Corinthians to a Campeonato Paulista and Recopa Sudaemericana trophy on the year … 2012-13: Appeared in seven matches for AC Milan … Scored two goals … 2011-12: Totaled 18 appearances for Milan … Netted four goals … Scored two goals to help Milan win the Coppa Italia over Sampdoria … 2010-11: Appeared in 33 matches across all competitions for AC Milan … Scored 16 goals … Serie A Champion … 2009-19: Totaled 30 appearances across all competitions for AC Milan … Scored 14 goals … Scored a goal to open the season in a 2-1 win against Siena on Aug. 22 … Serie A Young Footballer of the Year … 2008-09: Tallied 42 appearances … Netted 18 finishes … Finished the season as Milan’s top goal-scorer … 2007-08: Signed by Milan on Aug. 2 … Appeared in 20 matches … Scored nine goals … Scored first Milan goal in Serie A debut against Napoli on Jan. 13 … Netted first brace on Jan. 27 … 2007: Appeared in 24 matches for Internacional … Netted 10 goals … Recopa Sudamericana Champion … 2006: Signed by Sport Club Internacional in June … Appeared in three matches … Scored two goals … Scored first professional goal in first minute of play … 2006 FIFA Club World Cup Champion … Brazilian U-20 Championships Top-Scorer … Brazilian U-20 Championships Most Valuable Player … Sendai Cup Top-Scorer … Sendai Cup Most Valuable Player

INTERNATIONAL
2013: Notched five caps for Brazil … Scored one goal … 2012: Appeared in four matches for the Brazilian National Team … Netted three goals … Member of the Brazil Olympic Football team … Scored Brazil’s first goal against Belarus at the London 2012 Olympics … Won Olympic Silver Medal … 2011: Totaled seven caps … Scored two goals … Participated in the 2011 Copa América … Netted a brace in the group stage against Ecuador … 2010: Appeared in three matches … Tallied three finishes … 2009: Made four appearances … Member of Brazil’s 2009 Confederations Cup side … 2008: Recorded senior national team debut on March 26 … Scored first goal in debut against Sweden … Olympic Bronze Medal winner … 2007: Called up to Brazil U-20 National Team … Helped Brazil win the South American Youth Championship 


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Stats

MLS
Career Statistics (Regular Season)
YearClubGPGSGMINSASHTSSOGFCOFFYR
2021Orlando City SC110800110100
Career Totals-110800110100
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