Kyle Walker-Peters
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Kyle Walker-Peters

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2022/23 Key Performance Stats Last updated 02 Dec 2022
Games Played
11
Minutes played
954
Games Started
11
Goals
1
Crosses
4
Assists
0
Chances
created
7
Tackle win ratio
57%
Tackles
won
12
Total
tackles
21
defender attack
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Kyle Walker-Peters Saints History

Last updated 02 Dec 2022
Total matches
93
Emirates FA Cup
7
Carabao Cup
3
Premier League
83
Goals
4
Seasons
4
Saints debut
-
Southampton FC

Southampton FC

Season Appearances Emirates FA Cup Carabao Cup Premier League Goals
2022/23 11 0 0 11 1
2021/22 37 3 2 32 3
2020/21 35 4 1 30 0
2019/20 10 0 0 10 0

Kyle Walker-Peters Season Stats

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Last updated 02 Dec 2022

General

Games Played
11
11
Minutes played
954
954
Games Started
11
11
Subs on/off
0
0

Defence

Clearances
18
18
Blocks
5
5
Interceptions
10
10
Tackles won
12 / 21
12 / 21
Duels won
61 / 122
61 / 122
Aerial duels won
10 / 21
10 / 21

Distribution

Passes Completed
259 / 342
259 / 342
Crosses completed
/ 27
/ 27
Assists
0
0
Chances created
7
7

Attack

Goals
1
1
Total shots
3
3
Shots on target
2
2
Mins per goal
954
954
Conversion rate
33%
33%
Inside box
box 1
box 1
Outside
box
0
0
Set
pieces
0
0
Header
0
0
Other
0
0
Left foot
0
0
Right foot
1
1

Discipline

Fouls awarded
16
16
Fouls conceded
9
9
Yellow cards
2
2
Red cards
0
0

Kyle Walker-Peters Biography

Last updated 05 Aug 2022
Nationality
English
Age
25
Height
173 cm
Weight
62 kg
Saints debut
-

Former clubs: Tottenham Hotspur

Spurs Academy

London-born Walker-Peters joined the Tottenham academy in July 2013; a move that seemed destiny growing up, as he followed in the footsteps of his uncle, Phil Walker, who played for Millwall and Charlton.

During his first full season in the academy he featured in more than 25 league games for Spurs, including both of their FA Youth Cup ties.

The following season saw Spurs win the Premier League Under-18s Champions Cup and the IMG Cup, both of which Walker-Peters played his part in.

He also started all six games in Tottenham’s path to the FA Youth Cup semi-finals in 2014/15, scoring against Wolves and Nottingham Forest during the run.

Moving into the senior squad

Walker-Peters earned his reward for promising performances in the academy with a place on the 2015 post-season tour of Malaysia and Australia, where he made his senior-team debut.

Continuing on his work with the Under-21s during the following season, featuring in 20 of the 22 games during the 2015/16 season, he received the Under-23s Player of the Month award from the Premier League in December.

What followed was Walker-Peters’s first senior matchday squad appearance; a place on the bench during a 3-0 Premier League win over Bournemouth in March 2016.

The following season was a familiar mixture of impressive academy performances, followed by stints with the first-team; regularly training with the senior side and being included in the FA Cup squads against Aston Villa and Wycombe in 2017.

First-team debuts

His first-team competitive debut came on the opening weekend of the 2017/18 campaign, starting and winning Man of the Match in a 2-0 win at Newcastle.

He would go on to feature nine times for the first-team during the campaign, scoring his first goal for Tottenham in a 6-1 win over Rochdale in February.

Walker-Peters would have to wait until the final day for his second start, but he again impressed by providing two assists in a 5-4 home victory over Leicester City.

International duties

His first involvement in the England set-up came in September 2014, featuring for the Under-18s.

Walker-Peters has since been capped at every level up to and including the Under-21s, including featuring in the Under-20 World Cup win in South Korea in June 2017.

Despite not starting the opening two games of the tournament, he featured at left-back in the final group stage game against the hosts and from then on retained his place until the final.

Joining Saints

After 12 senior appearances for Spurs, Walker-Peters joined Saints on loan in January 2020, moving to St Mary's for the remainder of the season and providing Ralph Hasenhüttl with an option at both left and right-back.

Walker-Peters made his Saints debut in the 2-1 defeat to Burnley at St Mary's but would have to wait to make his next appearance as a half-time substitute in the 2-0 defeat to Arsenal after the Premier League resumption in place of Yan Valery.

Ever since, Walker-Peters has been a key member of the side as Saints went the rest of the 2019/20 season unbeaten. He also gained a fan in Ralph Hasenhüttl as the Austrian turned him into a permanent Saint in August 2020.