Hernán Bernardello

Hernán Bernardello
Hernán Bernardello
Hernán Bernardello
Real Name: Hernán Bernardello
HT: 5' 9" WT: 165
Age: 31 (08/03/1986)
Birthplace: Rosario, Argentina
Hometown: Rosario, Argentina

Amway Canadian Championship:

Joined Spanish second division side Deportivo Alavés on January 27… Scored one goal in 13 games, including nine starts, and 892 minutes, helping the club finish on top of the Segunda División table and earn its promotion to La Liga… Returned with the Impact on July 24, registering one goal and one assist in 12 regular season games, including 11 starts, and 991 minutes… Scored his first career goal in MLS on July 31 at D.C. United… Recorded his first career assist in MLS on September 10 in Philadelphia… Twice named the Videotron Player of the Game… Started all five MLS Cup Playoffs games… Also appeared in the international game against A.S. Roma on August 3 at Stade Saputo.

2015: Loaned by Cruz Azul to Newell’s Old Boys, in the Argentine first division, on January 8… Played 18 games, including 14 starts, and 1,305 minutes in his fifth Primera División season.

2014: Started 10 games and played 844 minutes with the Impact in his second MLS season… Helped the team win the Amway Canadian Championship, recording one assist in four games, including three starts… Joined Liga MX club Cruz Azul on July 1, playing in eight Apertura games, including seven starts… Started three CONCACAF Champions League group stage games… Started the 2014 FIFA Club World Cup semifinal game against prestigious club Real Madrid in Morocco.

2013: Joined the Impact on July 23, becoming the second Designated Player in club history… Made his MLS debut on August 10 in Chicago and started eight regular season games… Started the Eastern Conference Knockout Round game against Houston in the MLS Cup Playoffs… Selected the Videotron Player of the Game once… Also recorded one assist in two CONCACAF Champions League games, including one start.

2012-2013: Scored one goal and recorded two assists in 25 games with Club Atlético Colón, in Argentina’s first division, on a season-long loan from UD Almería… Also took part in one Copa Argentina game as well as one Copa Sudamericana game against Racing Club.

2011-2012: Played in 32 games in Liga Adelante following UD Almería’s relegation to the Spanish second division… Played three Copa del Rey games.

2010-2011: Registered one goal and five assists in 33 games in his second season in the Spanish first division… Played five games in the Copa del Rey, helping UD Almería reach the semi-final before losing to FC Barcelona.

2009-2010: Made his Spanish Liga debut with UD Almería following a three-million-euro transfer on July 20… Played 35 games and more than 3,000 minutes… Also took part in one Copa del Rey game.

2008-2009: Played 33 games with Newell’s Old Boys, recording three goals and two assists in nearly 3,000 minutes in the Argentine first division.

2007-2008: Registered one assist in 29 games and 2,503 minutes with Newell’s Old Boys.

2006-2007: Made his professional debut with Newell’s Old Boys, playing 20 games in the Argentine first division… Played his first career game on October 1 against Club Atlético Colón.

Played once with the Argentina National Team, in a friendly against Panama on May 20, 2009.

Played with the Newell’s Old Boys Academy in Argentina from 1994 to 2006.

Son of Eduardo and Maria Bernardello… Married to Tamara and they have one daughter, Isabella… Has a brother, Gaston, and a sister, Maria Nella.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2017Montreal Impact19150135137226050
2016Montreal Impact1211199113313050
2014Montreal Impact1010084407220030
2013Montreal Impact88062602010010
Career Totals-4944138124197690140
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