Daniel Olmo Carvajal

Dani Olmo

Daniel Olmo Carvajal

Datos personales

  • Born:07/05/1998
  • Age:23 years
  • Place of birth:España
  • Height:179 cm
  • Position:Midfielder
  • Weight:72 kg

Stats

  • Bundesliga

    2021-2022

  • 4

    games played

  • 0

    goals

    0.00 per game

  • 30

    completed passes

    7.50 per game

  • 0

    total cards

    0.00 per game

  • 14

    ball recovered

    3.50 per game

  • Champions League

    2021-2022

  • 2

    games played

  • 0

    goals

    0.00 per game

  • 31

    completed passes

    15.50 per game

  • 0

    total cards

    0.00 per game

  • 4

    ball recovered

    2.00 per game

Senior career

Team history
Season Team Matches Goals / Match Goals
2021-2022 RB LeipzigRB Leipzig 6 0.00 0
2020-2021 RB LeipzigRB Leipzig 40 0.15 6
2019-2020 RB LeipzigRB Leipzig 11 0.36 4
2018-2019 D. ZagrebD. Zagreb 20 0.15 3
2017-2018 D. ZagrebD. Zagreb 33 0.27 9
2016-2017 D. ZagrebD. Zagreb 18 0.22 4
2015-2016 D. ZagrebD. Zagreb 2 0.50 1
2014-2015 D. ZagrebD. Zagreb 5 0.00 0

News Dani Olmo

ALFREDO RELAÑO

Spain through and avoid Brazil

Our football team is not the high-flying one that was expected, given the quality and experience of its players, but it’s doing enough.

Alfredo Relaño

ALFREDO RELAÑO

Oyarzabal header rescues Spain

Alfredo Relaño reacts to Spain's 1-0 win over Australia in the men's football tournament at the Tokyo Olympic Games.

Alfredo Relaño

ALFREDO RELAÑO

Spain have a decent team, box to box

Spain play their opening game, against Sweden, at Euro 2020, on Monday 14 June 2021. Alfredo Relaño takes a look at the team and their chances.

Alfredo Relaño

ALFREDO RELAÑO

Olmo's goal and Pedri's performance

Alfredo Relaño looks back on Spain's last-gasp win over Georgia thanks to Dani Olmo's wonder strike, which La Roja's World Cup qualifying campaign back on track.

Alfredo Relaño

ALFREDO RELAÑO

Spain side built outside LaLiga

After the Germany rout a friend pointed out to me that the first five goals were scored by three strikers who are not here. Is it a sign of LaLiga’s weakness?

Alfredo Relaño