Andres Mendoza

Andres Mendoza
Andres Mendoza
Forward
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Real Name: Andres Mendoza
HT: 6' 0" WT: 174
Age: 42 (04/26/1978)
Birthplace: Chincha Alta, Peru
Hometown: Chincha Alta, Peru

2010 MLS Season: Appeared in eight matches, starting once... Had two goals (9/11,  10/24)... Made his Crew debut on 9/4... In his first full season with the Crew. 

2010 Playoffs: Came on as a sub at Colorado on 10/28. 

2010-11 CONCACAF: Champions League: Started vs Joe Public on 9/14, vs Santos  Laguna on 9/21, at Municipal on 9/29 and at Joe Public on 10/21... has two goals (Game-winner vs. Santos Laguna 9/21 and at Joe Public (10/21). 

2010 U.S. Open Cup: Came on as a sub in final at Seattle on 10/5. 

Other Pro Highlights: Scored more than 125 goals in 14 years with clubs in eight different countries... 2009-10: five goals ... 2008-09: Started 2008 with Steaua Bucharest (Romania), where he made  15 appearances and scored two goals ... Transferred to Monarcas Morelia of Mexico in  2008, where he appeared in 27 matches and bagged 13 goals ...  Was the second-leading  scorer in the 2008 Apertura, with 10 goals in 16 games... Was a member of Morelia’s 2009  SuperLiga runner-up squad ... 2004-07: Spent the 2005 season on loan to Olympique  Marseille (France), where he appeared in 11 matches and scored one goal ... Appeared  in five UEFA Cup matches with Marseille... 2000-04: Appeared in 129 matches for Club  Brugge (Belgium), where he scored 54 goals and won a league title, two Belgian Cups and  three Belgian Super Cups... Appeared in seven UEFA Champions League matches, scoring the  game-winning goal against AC Milan at San Siro Stadium in 2004 ...  Appeared in two UEFA  Cup matches ... 1996-99: Began his professional career with Sporting Cristal of Peru, where  he appeared in 100 matches and scored 31 goals. 

Peruvian National Team: Appeared in 44 matches for Peru, recording seven goals,  since earning his first cap in 1999... Represented his country at the 2004 and 2007 Copa  America tournaments and in the last three World Cup Qualifying cycles. 

Personal: His nickname is “El Condor” (the Condor)... Enjoys reading and movies in his spare time.


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Stats

MLS
Career Statistics (Regular Season)
YearClubGPGSGMINSASHTSSOGFCOFFYR
2011Columbus Crew292513202227431193310
2010Columbus Crew8122040423200
Career Totals-372615222627833223510
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