2017年02月05日

グジェゴシュ・クリホビアク(Grzegorz Krychowiak)〜EURO2016では10番を背負う〜※FIFA20 使用感

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こんにちわ

本日紹介する選手はクリホビアク選手です。

ポーランド・グリフィツェ出身のサッカー選手。リーグ・アン・パリ・サンジェルマンFC所属。ポジションはミッドフィールダー。


クラブ
1990年にポーランドのグリフィツェで生まれ、兄の影響でサッカーを始めた。地元の多数のクラブで育ったが、フランスでサッカー教育を修了。2008-12年はボルドーに在籍していた。ボルドーでのリーグ戦出場は2試合にとどまったが、ランスとナントへの期限付き移籍中に評価を高める。クリホビアクはフランスについて「プロサッカーを始めたのも、勉強を終えたのも、フィアンセのセリアと出会ったのもフランスで、リーグ1でプレーした。ランスでは3部からリーグ1まで駆け上がったよ。ズラタン・イブラヒモビッチのいるPSGを破ったり、最高の思い出をつくれたね。僕の最大の夢の1つは、代表チームと一緒にEURO 2016で戦うためにフランスへ戻ることなんだ」と語った。フランスで“配管工”や“木こり”の愛称を持ち、泥臭い仕事を率先して遂行。中盤でフィジカルを武器に存在感を示す。




2012年にランスと長期契約を結んだが、2014年夏に推定450万ユーロ(約6億円)の移籍金でセビージャに入った。クリホビアクは入団時に次のように語っている。「2年前は、スペインでプレーすることになるなんて考えもしなかったよ。ドイツかイングランドの方が現実的に思えたけど、ここセビージャへやって来た。サッカーを呼吸しているかのような驚異的なクラブと街だ」。レアル・マドリーCFに0-2で敗れたUEFAスーパーカップでセビージャの選手としてデビュー。
2016年7月3日、セビージャで師事を受けたウナイ・エメリの後を追いパリ・サンジェルマンFCへ移籍することが発表された。契約期間は2021年までの5年間となっている。


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総合評価
攻撃力【5】
守備力【3】
センス【7】
Grzegorz Krychowiak ([ˈɡʐɛɡɔʐ krɨˈxɔvʲak]; born 29 January 1990) is a Polish professional footballer who plays for French Ligue 1 club Paris Saint-Germain as a defensive midfielder.
Beginning his senior career in France with Bordeaux, he later played for Reims, before joining Sevilla for €3.5 million in 2014, winning the UEFA Europa League in both of his two seasons at the club.
Krychowiak has earned over 41 caps for the Poland national football team since his international debut in 2008, and represented the nation at UEFA Euro 2016.

Club career[edit]
Early career[edit]
Although initially not a big fan of football, Krychowiak became involved in the sport at his brother's insistence and left home at the age of 12 to join a sports academy.[1]
France[edit]
On 26 November 2009, Krychowiak joined Championnat National side Stade de Reims on loan until the end of the season.[2] He quickly became a regular in the starting eleven and scored two goals to help the club win promotion to Ligue 2. Reims and Bordeaux agreed to extend the loan for another season. Krychowiak was a regular starter as the club finished 10th in its return to Ligue 2 and was voted by fans as the team's player of the season.[3] Although Krychowiak usually plays as a defensive midfielder, on rare occasions he has also appeared in central defense. On 17 November 2011 he joined Nantes on loan until the end of the season.[4]
In June 2012, Krychowiak signed a three-year contract with Stade de Reims, which was newly promoted to Ligue 1.[5]
Sevilla[edit]

Krychowiak playing for Sevilla in 2015.
In July 2014, Krychowiak joined La Liga side Sevilla for €4.5 million to play as a defensive midfielder.[6] He made his competitive debut on 12 August in the 2014 UEFA Super Cup at the Cardiff City Stadium, playing the full 90 minutes of a 2–0 defeat to Real Madrid.[7]
On 27 May 2015, Krychowiak started for Sevilla in the 2015 UEFA Europa League Final in Poland's National Stadium in Warsaw. He scored the team's equalising goal in the 28th minute of an eventual 3–2 win over Dnipro, becoming the fourth Polish player to win the competition.[8] He was the only Sevilla player named in the La Liga Team of the Season.[9]
On 11 August 2015, Krychowiak started the season for Sevilla in the 2015 UEFA Super Cup 5–4 loss against Barcelona, and suffered a broken rib but still played the full 120 minutes.[10]
Paris Saint–Germain[edit]
Wikinews has related news: Paris SG to strengthen defence; signs Krychowiak and Meunier
On 3 July 2016, Krychowiak returned to France, signing a five-year deal with champions Paris Saint-Germain for an undisclosed fee.[11]
International career[edit]
Krychowiak represented Poland under-20s at the 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup and scored a free kick against Brazil, the only goal of the match. He was the youngest outfield player named to the Polish U20 squad. He made his first appearance for the senior Polish national team in a friendly against Serbia on 14 December 2008. Since the game was not on an official FIFA date, the teams were mostly composed of players from the domestic leagues, as well as a few reserve players, however, it was counted as an official match.[12][13]
On 14 November 2014, Krychowiak scored his first international goal, Poland's second in a 4–0 UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying win in Georgia.[14] His second goal came in Poland's final qualifying match against Ireland, where he opened the scoring in a 2-1 victory which made Poland qualify for Euro 2016. In Poland's opening game against Northern Ireland, he was voted man of the match. This was Poland's first ever win at a European Championship. He scored the final spot kick in a 5-4 penalty shootout win over Switzerland in the round of 16. He played every minute of Poland's historic Euro 2016 campaign, which ended in the quarter-finals losing to Portugal 3-5 in a penalty shootout.


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