General
Yannick Carrasco
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Personal information
Full name Yannick Ferreira Carrasco
Date of birth 4 September 1993 (1993-09-04) (age 27)
Place of birth    Ixelles, Flag of Belgium Belgium
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Playing position Midfielder
Club information
Current club Flag of Spain Atlético Madrid
Number 21
Youth clubs
1999–2001
2001–2005
2005–2010
Flag of Belgium Stade Everois
Flag of Belgium Diegem Sport
Flag of Belgium Genk
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
2010–2012
2012–2015
2015–2018
2018–2020
2020
2020–
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Flag of Spain Atlético Madrid
Flag of China Dalian Professional
Flag of SpainAtlético Madrid (loan)
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National team
2008
2010
2010–2011
2011–2012
2013–2014
2015–
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Flag of Belgium Belgium U17
Flag of Belgium Belgium U18
Flag of Belgium Belgium U19
Flag of Belgium Belgium U21
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Yannick Ferreira Carrasco (born 4 September 1993) is a Belgian professional footballer who plays as a winger for La Liga club Atlético Madrid and the Belgium national team.

He began his career with Monaco, where he scored 20 goals in 105 professional games, winning Ligue 2 in his first season and finishing runner-up in Ligue 1 in the second. In 2015, he joined Atlético Madrid for a reported €20 million, scoring in the final as they were runners-up in the UEFA Champions League. After a two-year spell with Dalian Professional in the Chinese Super League, Carrasco returned to Atlético in early 2020.

Carrasco made his international debut in March 2015. He played at UEFA Euro 2016 and was part of their squad that came third at the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

Honours

Clubs

Monaco
Belgium

External links

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Atlético Madrid F.C. squad - 2020–21

1 Grbić · 2 Giménez · 4 Kondogbia · 5 Torreira · 6 Koke (c) · 7 Félix · 8 Saúl · 9 Suárez · 10 Correa · 11 Lemar · 12 Lodi · 13 Oblak · 14 Llorente · 15 Savić · 16 Herrera · 17 Šaponjić · 18 Felipe · 19 Dembélé · 20 Vitolo · 21 Carrasco · 22 Hermoso · 23 Trippier · 24 Vrsaljko ·

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Belgium – UEFA Euro 2016 – Quarter-finals

1. Courtois 2. Alderweireld 3. Vermaelen 4. Nainggolan 5. Vertonghen 6. Witsel 7. De Bruyne 8. Fellaini 9. R. Lukaku 10. Hazard 11. Carrasco 12. Mignolet 13. Gillet 14. Mertens 15. Denayer 16. Meunier 17. Origi 18. Kabasele 19. Dembélé 20. Benteke 21. J. Lukaku 22. Batshuayi 23. Ciman

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Belgium – 2018 FIFA World Cup – Third place

1. Courtois 2. Alderweireld 3. Vermaelen 4. Kompany 5. Vertonghen 6. Witsel 7. De Bruyne 8. Fellaini 9. Lukaku 10. E. Hazard (c) 11. Carrasco 12. Mignolet 13. Casteels 14. Mertens 15. Meunier 16. T. Hazard 17. Tielemans 18. Januzaj 19. Dembélé 20. Boyata 21. Batshuayi 22. Chadli 23. Dendoncker

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