Allan Cruz

Allan Cruz
Allan Cruz
Allan Cruz
Midfielder
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Real Name: Allan Cruz
HT: 5' 7" WT: 156
Pronunciation: CRUISE
Designated Player
Age: 23 (02/24/1996)
Hometown: Nicoya, Costa Rica

2019 (FC Cincinnati): Has made 13 appearances, including 12 starts, has scored three goals and has added one assist ... made FC Cincinnati debut and played 73 minutes at Atlanta (March 10) ... led all FC Cincinnati players with four tackles ... was replaced by Kenny Saief in the second half ... started, played 90 minutes and recorded his first MLS and FCC goal against Portland (March 17) ... goal was nominated for AT&T Goal of the Week for MLS Week 3 ... was named Heineken Star of the Match for his performance ... missed the match at New England due to being on international duty with Costa Rica (March 24) ... returned to the starting lineup and played 76 minutes before being replaced by Frankie Amaya in the second half against Philadelphia (March 30) ... started and played 90 minutes against Sporting Kansas City (April 7) ... started and played 66 minutes at LAFC (April 13) ... was replaced by Roland Lamah in the second half ... started and played 67 minutes against Real Salt Lake (April 19) ... was replaced by Kekuta Manneh in the second half ... made first substitute appearance and logged 21 minutes at New York Red Bulls (April 27) ... replaced Kenny Saief in the second half ... returned to the starting lineup and played 90 minutes at Philadelphia (May 1) ... became the first FCC player to score multiple goals by tallying against Montreal (May 11) ... was replaced by Kekuta Manneh in the second half ... missed match at Orlando because of an ankle injury (May 19) ... missed second consecutive match against New York because of ankle injury (May 25) ... returned to the starting lineup and played 70 minutes at Colorado (June 1) ... was replaced by Kekuta Manneh in the second half ... missed matches at New York City FC (June 6), against the LA Galaxy (June 22) and at Minnesota United FC (June 29) while with Costa Rica for the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup ... returned to the FC Cincinnati starting lineup and played 90 minutes against the Houston Dynamo (July 6) ... tallied first-ever MLS assist on Kekuta Manneh’s goal ... scored the fastest goal in club history when he recorded a first-minute goal at the Chicago Fire (July 13) ... was replaced by Nick Hagglund in second-half stoppage time ... started and played 78 minutes against D.C. United (July 18) ... was replaced by Victor Ulloa in the second half ... started and played 90 minutes against the New England Revolution (July 21) ... led the team with five shots.

2018-19 (CS Herediano): Made a combined 27 appearances, including 26 starts, scored five goals and added three assists across all competitions … made eight appearances, including seven starts, and scored one goal in the 2018 Scotiabank Concacaf League … tallied in the first leg of the Concacaf League final against CD Motagua (Oct. 26) … made 13 appearances, all starts, and scored three goals in the Liga FPD winter season … made debut in season opener against Universidad de Costa Rica (July 22) … scored first goal of season against Grecia (Aug. 19) … missed three matches between Sept. 6-13 due to being away with the Costa Rica national team … tallied second goal of winter season against Deportivo Saprissa (Oct. 7) … missed three matches between Oct. 10-18 due to being away with the Costa Ria national team .. scored in winter season finale against Limón FC (Nov. 11) … played all 420 minutes in Herediano’s four winter-season playoff matches … recorded two goals and added an assist in playoffs … registered a pair of assists in first leg of winter-season playoff final against LD Alajuelense (Dec. 3) … scored in second leg of winter-season playoff final against LD Alajuelense (Dec. 9) … played all 210 minutes of winter-season grand finale against Deportivo Saprissa … registered an assist in the first leg of the match (Dec. 17).

2017-18 (CS Herediano): Made a combined 49 appearances, including 34 starts, scored five goals and added two assists across all competitions … made two Concacaf Champions League appearances, recorded an assist … tallied an assist in first leg of the Round of 16 against Tigres (Feb. 21) … made 18 appearances, including seven starts, and scored one goal in the Liga FPD winter season … made debut in season opener against Guadalupe FC (July 30) … made a second-half substitute appearance against Limón FC (Aug. 10) … appeared in eight-consecutive matches … recorded lone goal of winter season against Universidad de Costa Rica (Nov. 2) … made three appearances, all starts, and scored one goal in the winter-season quadrangular … scored at Santos FC (Dec. 7) … started and played 57 minutes in the first leg of the winter-season grand finale at Pérez Zeledón (Dec. 21) … made 18 appearances, including 14 starts, scored two goals and added an assist in the Liga FPD summer season … made summer-season debut as a second-half substitute and logged 18 minutes in opener at Universidad de Costa Rica (Jan. 7) … recorded an assist against Municipal Grecia (Jan. 18) … tallied the game-wining goal against Deportivo Saprissa (Jan. 21) … recorded second summer-season goal at AD Municipal Liberia (April 16) … made five appearances, all starts, and scored one goal in the summer-season quadrangular … scored against LD Alajuelense (May 7) … started both legs of the summer-season grand finale against Deportivo Saprissa (May 16, May 21).

2016-17 (CS Uruguay de Coronado/CS Herediano): No information available

2015-16 (CS Uruguay de Coronado): Made a combined 24 appearances, including 15 starts, and scored one goal across all competitions … made nine appearances, including six starts, and scored one goal in the Liga FPD winter season … Played five minutes in season opener at LD Alajuelense (Aug. 3) … earned first start of season against Deportivo Saprissa (Aug. 30) … began a stretch of three consecutive appearances … tallied lone goal of the campaign against Santos FC (Nov. 8) … made 15 appearances, including nine starts, in the Liga FPD summer season … started and played 90 minutes in season opener against LD Alajuelense (Jan. 17) … appeared in each of the first nine matches.

2014-15 (CS Uruguay de Coronado): No information available.

2013-14 (CS Uruguay de Coronado): Began professional career with Uruguay de Coronado … named to the 18-man matchday squad once, but did not make an appearance.

International (Costa Rica): Has earned 14 caps and has scored two goals for the Ticos ... made his senior team debut on September 7, 2018 against South Korea … scored his first goal with Costa Rica against Peru on Nov. 20, 2018 ... made four appearances during the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup. ... scored and recorded an assist in Costa Rica’s group stage match against Nicaragua on June 16.

Personal: Born Feb. 24, 1994 in Nicoya, Costa Rica.


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MLS
Career Statistics (Regular Season)
YearClubGPGSGMINSASHTSSOGFCOFFYR
2019FC Cincinnati1817514081291516540
Career Totals-1817514081291516540
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