A former ASSE player does as well as Suarez and Messi

Having left on August 4, 2022 for Los Angeles FC, Denis Bouanga is having a blast today in MLS. The Gabonese striker never ceases to impress. His statistics are quite impressive.

From ASSE to Los Angeles

Almost two years ago, ASSE announced that Denis Bouanga was leaving ASSE to go across the Atlantic. After three years in the Green jersey, the 27-year-old was preparing to take on a new challenge while Saint-Etienne was experiencing its first days in Ligue 2.

» AS Saint-Étienne and the Los Angeles Football Club have reached an agreement for the transfer of Denis Bouanga. Aged 27, the striker leaves AS Saint-Étienne after three seasons in Forez. Arrived from Nîmes Olympique in 2019, […] Gabonese international, Denis Bouanga now joins MLS and the current leader of the Western Conference. The club wishes him good luck for the rest of his career. “

At ASSE, Denis Bouanga will have had more or less success. But, the striker scored a total of 28 goals and provided 16 assists in 110 matches in the Green jersey.

Bouanga has a blast in MLS

Since his arrival at Los Angeles FC, the player seems to have taken on a new dimension. After 77 games, Denis Bouanga already has 53 goals and 24 assists. He was as decisive as he played matches! And it’s not his latest performances that will say the opposite. This season, in MLS, the 29-year-old striker has played 17 games for twelve goals and seven assists. He is truly the strong man of his team. He played in all of the matches and contributed to 61% of his team’s goals. He is currently the third scorer in the championship tied with Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi who play at Inter Miami!

Last night against Orlando, Denis Bouanga was again the author of two goals and an assist. His team won 3-1. The end of the season has not yet arrived for him who would certainly still have the opportunity to find the net on several occasions.

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