The Cordovan in the fine eye of statistics exposes his regularity throughout his years in jaguars.
Matías Alemano’s trip to English rugby, precisely to Gloucester, is one of the many games of Jaguars since the pandemic was present in the world and modified the rugby map, especially that of Super Rugby. The second line that emerged in La Tablada de Córdoba was one of the pioneers in the Argentine franchise, it was in the debut and the last presentation, and the numbers reflect the importance it had for the team.
Since that February 26, 2016 when the Jaguars debuted in Super Rugby against Chetaahs who said present. That afternoon in Bloemfontein he entered the 11´ of the second half by Guido Petti. In that first year he said he was present in 11 of the 15 games the Jaguars played, of which 7 were as a starter. He scored 2 tries against Lions and Southern Kings.
The 28-year-old accumulated 46 games with the orange shirt throughout the 4 years. In 2017 he played 10 games but the average number of minutes increased compared to the previous year: From 53 ‘in 2016 it went to 62’. He also had the pleasure of scoring 2 tries, this time against Cheetahs and Sunwolves.
In the 2018 season it was the Sarmiento de Jaguares as it had perfect attendance at the 17 games of the year that includes the playoff against Lions, 9 of them as a starter. For 2019, the runner-up had the Cordovan in 5 opportunities and played 3 games in the current year. His last appearance was against the Sharks, in Durban, South Africa, the Jaguars’ last participation in Super Rugby.
One of the notable issues of the forward is that in the 4 years he never received a yellow card. That is due to the low number of penalties he committed each year. There were 12 in total divided as follows: 1 in 2016, 4 in 2017, 4 in 2018, 1 in 2019 and 2 in 2020. His tackling average was an average of 7 per game and like every second line he also stood out. in the line where he received 89 balls in the row in the last five years.