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Malaga never loses every time Sadiku scores a goal

first_imgFrom the penalty point he has been successful since he has been able to transform three maximum penalties in the duels against Elche, Tenerife and Real Oviedor. He is the team specialist along with Adrián, who has scored two pitches. It takes 2,267 minutes spread over 21 games. He hopes to continue scoring goals to relaunch his career before his more than possible return to Levante.Armando Sadiku has been throughout the season the only pure forward that the previous coach, Víctor Sánchez del Am could count onor, until he was removed from office. The versatility of Antoñín and Adrián plus the arrival of Sergio Buenacasa can complement him. It is a good foul for Málaga.He has scored almost half of the goalsSadiku has scored almost half of Málaga’s goals so far in the League. The Albanian striker has put the rubric on nine of the 21 goals that the Blue and Whites have scored in the 26 contested days, 43 percent. Of the 22 teams that make up the Second Division, only Albacete, with 18 goals, has scored fewer goals than Malaga. The goal remains one of the pending subjects.He rejected a proposal from IsraelArmando Sadiku is very settled in La Rosaleda and his good season has not gone unnoticed. In fact, as El Desmarque Málaga published yesterday, the forward has received an important proposal from a large Israeli club in this winter market. The proposal included a transfer amount for Levante, a club that has been assigned to him in Martiricos. However, Sadiku refused to leave Malaga in January. After debuting on the fourth day against Almeria (0-1), Sadiku premiered in Anduva (fifth day) against Mirandés. 1-1 and one point added. Then he scored one of two goals to Zaragoza, 2-2 and another point. A goal to Deportivo in Riazor: 0-2 and three more points. Another goal to Elche, 3-3 and added point. Two goals against Tenerife (another three points), target Lugo and another against Oviedo (1-1 in both cases and two new points) and another goal in the 2-2 at Mirandés. There are broken down goals and points where Sadiku has been a star protagonist with his filmmaker nose. Armando Sadiku is being, by far, the most profitable signing of Malaga this season. In this chapter of signings we do not include as canteranos like Antoñín that, with his good work, he has earned a professional contract.The data of the Albanian striker assigned by the Levant (without purchase option) are quite interesting. He has scored nine goals and is only five to reach Solomon Rondón who, with 14, is the best scorer of the Al Thani era. There are also two individuals of remarkable interest. The first is that every time he scores Malaga he doesn’t lose and the second that with its targets has participated in 12 of the 28 points accumulated by the blue and white team.last_img read more

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Higuain brilliance sends Juve into Champions League quarters

first_img0Shares0000All looked well for Spurs when Heung-Min Son’s bobbling finish on 39 minutes put them ahead against their Serie A rivals.LONDON, United Kingdom, Mar 7 – Juventus staged a stunning fightback against Tottenham to reach the Champions League quarter-finals 4-3 on aggregate after Paulo Dybala sealed a dramatic 2-1 win in the last 16, second leg on Wednesday.Massimiliano Allegri’s side were on the brink of elimination after Son Heung-Min’s first-half strike put Tottenham ahead at Wembley. But, despite being completely outplayed in the opening period, Juventus buckled down after the break and equalised through Gonzalo Higuain.That was the decisive moment as Tottenham suddenly went to pieces, allowing the Italian champions to score again two minutes and 49 seconds later as Dybala punished poor defending with a cool finish.It was an epic escape act from Juventus, who remain on course to reach a third Champions League final in four seasons after twice finishing as runners-up.The two-time European champions have enjoyed some memorable moments in the competition, but coming back from the brink against such in-form opposition will rank as one of their finest hours.Crashing out after having the tie in their hands was a bitter pill for Tottenham to swallow and once again raised questions about their ability to win major trophies.Mauricio Pochettino’s men had put Real Madrid, Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal to the sword at Wembley this season, producing eye-catching displays that their manager claimed had earned them the respect of Europe’s superpowers.But Tottenham’s frustrating tradition of hitting a high note before receiving a painful reality check returned to haunt them in the most painful fashion.Pochettino had spoken this week about how he dreamed of leading the team to silverware.Instead, Juventus turned Pochettino’s evening into a nightmare.Tottenham were in control early on and Harry Kane tricked two Juventus defenders with a muscular turn before feeding Son, whose low strike was repelled by Gianluigi Buffon.Despite a torrid opening, Juventus felt they should have had a penalty when Douglas Costa surged away from Jan Vertonghen.But when Vertonghen’s challenge sent the Juventus winger crashing to the turf, referee Szymon Marciniak controversially waved play on.Still seething over that decision, Juventus were ragged at the back when Son forced Buffon to palm out his header from Kieran Trippier’s cross.– Great escape –Winner: Paulo Dybala scores the second Juventus goal© IKIMAGES/AFP Ian KINGTONSon was fuming after being stamped on by Andrea Barzagli and, determined to exact retribution, he embarked on a powerful run that ended with a shot that flashed narrowly wide.He didn’t have to wait long for the ultimate revenge as Son put Tottenham ahead in the 39th minute.The South Korea forward has a knack of scoring at Wembley, but few will have been more fortuitous than his 14th goal at Tottenham’s temporary home.When Trippier whipped a low cross towards the far post, Son got his feet in a tangle and miscued his shot onto his standing left leg, with the deflection somehow lifting the ball over Buffon and into the net.Having got their reward for bossing the game, Tottenham were nearly punished when Miralem Pjanic smashed just wide before half-time.That escape foreshadowed the anguish to come for Tottenham.So poor in the first half, Juventus showed more far desire and drive after the interval.They nearly equalised when Argentine forward Dybala fired over after sloppy Tottenham defending gifted him a sight of goal.It was a warning Tottenham failed to heed and the visitors drew level in the 64th minute with their first effort on target.Stephan Lichtsteiner crossed to Sami Khedira and when he flicked towards Higuain, the Argentine striker perfectly timed his run past the statuesque Spurs defence and headed home with ease.For the first time all night, Tottenham were anxious and Juventus went for the kill three minutes later.Higuain’s pass dissected Tottenham’s poorly-executed offside trap and Dybala ran through to drill a cool finish past Hugh Lloris.Tottenham laid siege to the Juventus goal in the final stages, but the visitors defended heroically and rode their luck when Kane’s header hit a post before being scooped off the line by Barzagli.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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