Full Name: Mathew Leckie
Date of Birth: 4 February, 1991
Country of Birth: Australia
Place of Birth: Melbourne
Forward WHO joined FC Ingolstadt in 2014 and have become a member of the Australian national team in 2012.
He began his skilled career with the Bulleen Lions in 2008.
He appeared in thirty five matches for Adelaide United from 2009 to 2011.
Mathew Leckie was born on 4 February 1991 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. He holds associate degree Australian position. Leckie started his junior career with the Australian football game club, Bulleen Lions in 2007.
Mathew Leckie’s Career:
He left the club in 2009 and shortly signed a two year contract with fellow Australian football game club, Adelaide United in 2009. He made his debut against Melbourne victory on 18 Sep 2009.
The Australian midfielder has 35 appearances and scored 8 goals for the club before going away for Germany.
Upon incoming in Germany, he signed with German football club, Borussia Monchengladbach in 2011 and scored his initial goal against Aberdeen in an exceedingly friendly club match on 9 July 2011.
He was later transferred to the fellow German club, FSV urban center as a part of the loan deal from Borussia for 2012/13 season.
After enjoying for the reserve team of urban center, he signed a three-year permanent contract with the club in 2013.
He signed with FC Ingolstadt 04 in early might 2014 and is presently enjoying for Teutonic deity BSC whom he signed in 2017. He created his debut and scored his initial goal for the club against VfB Stuttgart.
After enjoying for Australia in their AFF U 19th Youth Championship 2009, he created his senior debut for Australia in 2012.
Leckie scored his initial international goal against North American nation during a friendly on 15 October 2013.
Mathew Leckie was the a part of the victorious Australian squad junction rectifier by captain Mile Jedinak together with striker, Tim Cahill, and defender, mythical being Davidson that won the AFC Asia Cup 2015 at Australia.
Overall as of 2018, he ravamped fifty appearances and scored vi goals for Australia since creating his debut in 2012.