this Thursday, Colo Colo crushing Temuco Sports 5-1 And settled in the round of 16 of the Chilean Cup. In Argentinian German Becker Pablo Solari entered the second half He added his first minutes since his disappointing signing in Mexican America.
Before this post, The 21-year-old’s last match was against Ñublensewhen closing the first wheel of International Championship.
Once the first semester ends, Albus received an offer from America to sign with Solariwhich amounted to $4.5 million, of which $3.2 million was for black and white. However, the Council unanimously decided to reject the proposal and The Argentine will remain in the team at least until the end of the season.
After Colo Colo beat Deportes Temuco, the striker realized it was an attractive proposition, but emphasized that he was not upset. “It was a unique opportunity for me and my familyThat’s why I saw her with good eyes. I don’t feel bad because I’m fine here. I am satisfied and with our group having a good time. I’m in Colo Colo, I’m happy and I want to continue here‘, he said in a conversation with Sports DNA.
“Lots of things were said, like I was angry and never did, Neither with the teacher nor with my classmates,” he added across the Andes.
Regarding the absences in the friendlies between seasons, Pablo Solari explained that it was because of his year. also, The Argentine stressed the importance of appearing again in the squad for the first time in the Copa Sudamericana.
“I had a problem that she brought to me a year ago and no one took this injury into account. Since the preparations are strong, the area is being reloaded which is why I was not able to participate. I’m not happy with that because losing the rhythm and adding the minutes helped me be in top shape for Tuesday,” he concluded.
Colo Colo’s next match will be against Internacional de Porto Alegregoing into the round of 16 South American Cup. Obligation will play at this Monumental Stadium Tuesday 28th June from 8:30pm
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