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Alexander Domínguez – Football Player

Alexander Domínguez Carabalí was born on June 5, 1987, plays for who plays for Uruguayan Primera División club Cerro Largo and the Ecuador national team as a goalkeeper.

Career

Alexander Domínguez played for many clubs in Serie A and also have a good international career. His full career is given below

Clubs

Alexander Domínguez played for many clubs and the history of him playing at these clubs are given below

LDU Quito

Alexander Domínguez played for L.D.U. Quito from 2006 to 2016, where he took over the starting spot from José Francisco Cevallos. While he was playing for L.D.U. Quito won the following Ecuadorian Serie A titles,

  • 2009 Copa Sudamericana
  • 2009 Recopa Sudamericana
  • 2010 Recopa Sudamericana

Alexander Domínguez have the following achievements

  • among the top 300 goalkeepers in the world
  • third-highest ranked Ecuadorian
  • highest-ranked active Ecuadorian

And all of this was in terms of time spent without conceding a goal.

Alexander Domínguez went 719 minutes without conceding a goal from 2 September 2007 to 28 October 2007. Alexander Domínguez’s nickname is “Dida”, which is after the Brazilian keeper of the same name.

Monterrey

Alexander Domínguez joined Monterrey on june 22, 2016.

Cerro Largo

Alexander Domínguez joined the Uruguayan club Cerro Largo as a free agent on August 20 2021. He played his first league match on September 13, 2021.

International Career

Alexander Domínguez during World Cup Qualifying match Russia 2018, played between Ecuador and Brazil that is played at the Olimpic Stadium Atahualpa in Quito, Thursday September 01, 2016. (Photo by Franklin Jacome / ACG).

Alexander Domínguez represented the country at the 2007 South American U-20 Championship and he is a former Ecuadorian youth international.

Domínguez did not play a lot of games when he first started but little by little he upped his game and got into the international scene.

Alexander Domínguez played his first friendly match against Mexico and South Korea for the senior Ecuador national football team in May 2010. He remained an unused substitute after that. He didn’t receive another call-up until February 2011 for a friendly against Honduras due to some club related commitments, then again after that, he was an unused substitute. Domínguez got his first cap by Manager Reinaldo Rueda on 26 March 2011 in a 2–0 friendly defeat to Colombia. At the 2011 Copa América, he served as back-up to Marcelo Elizaga.

Alexander Domínguezrepresented himself as Ecuador’s first-choice goalkeeper during the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign, making 12 appearances for La Tri.

Domínguez was named in Ecuador’s squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Domínguez made his FIFA World Cup debut in a match against Switzerland at the Estádio Nacional Mané Garrincha in Brasília on 15 June with a 2–1 defeat.

Alexander Domínguez was named Man of the Match vs. France in Ecuador’s final match at the 2014 FIFA World Cup on June 25, 2014. Domínguez stopped shots from many well-known football players like Karim Benzema, Paul Pogba, and Olivier Giroud and kept his sheet clean.

Alexander Domínguez Career Stats

CompetitionAppearancesGoals ConcededNil-nil GameMinutes Played
Serie A Primera Etapa10975379.81
Serie A Segunda Etapa7071216.287
Liga Profesional4335223.87
Copa Sudamericana3425173.09
Libertadores172551.477
Primera División12851.08
Copa MX Clausura754630
Liga MX Apertura7101630
Copa de la Liga533450
Serie A Tercera Etapa461360
Recopa Sudamericana312243
CONCACAF Champions League322270
Copa Argentina22180
Liga MX Clausura24180
YBC / Copa Sudamericana Supercup1290
Copa D. Maradona – Compl.1190
Club World Cup0
Copa Superliga0

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