Alejandro Papu Gomez scores for Sevilla vs. Real Betis, match suspended

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Alejandro Papu Gomez scored for Sevilla against Real Betis as their Copa del Rey match was suspended.

Papu Gomez scored the first goal of the match before it was stopped. It was a pass towards the Argentine who was standing on the edge of the penalty area and his right footed effort beat the goalkeeper to give Sevilla the 1-0 lead.

The match was eventually stopped after a metal object was thrown and hit the head o f Joan Jordan which was when the referee stopped the match.

@mundoalbiceleste Alejandro Papu Gimez scores for Sevilla! #papugomez #sevillafc #sevilla #Football #Futbol #Soccer #Argentina ♬ Himno oficial del centenario del Sevilla F.C. – El Arrebato

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  1. Out of Scaloni’s regular players (ex Copa players). These players have lost their starting spots for their clubs:
    1. Nicolas Tagliafico
    2. German Pezzella
    3. Joaquin Correa
    4. Giovani Lo Celso
    5. Agustin Marchesin

    Some others like Papu, Palacios, Paredes, Montiel, A. Correa, Nico Gonzales, LM Quarta are part of rotation players (sometimes starting sometimes come off the bench).

    The likes of Messi, Di Maria, Lautaro, Emi Martinez, De Paul, Acuna, Molina, Otamendi, Musso, Armani, J. Alvarez, Guido Rodriguez, Licha Martinez, Nico Dominguez, and Cuti Romero are key players for their clubs.

    I believe all of them will still be called up whenever Scaloni calls up his first team. But if there is one name I am kind of OK with them being left out (if only 23 players squad) is Joaquin Correa.

    I know Scaloni loves him, but if the last spot is just one of J Correa, A Correa, Dybala, or J. Alvarez. I would be happy if J Correa is the one left out instead of the other 3.

    • Lmq and nico gonzalez are key players for fiorentina
      Even though nico lost his form but still start and play full matchs almost every game . As palacios he secure his spot Leverkusen but injury disturbs him now and again.
      You may see lmq came off half time for couple matchs coz yellow card he carried. Fiorentina manager Italian doesn’t tolerate his defenders getting yellows which makes players more discipline.

  2. For the first time I see a good version of E Buendia, electric, quick feet, excellent skills with the ball. Above all a very good performance against a elite opponent. However the balls that he lost, the passes that he missed make him a liability. Buendia likes being on the ball anywhere on the pitch, because he dares doing things with style and and quality he also risks loosing the ball in dangerous position. My verdict, he has great potential but he is not mature enough to be at WC this year.

  3. Covering few topics in one post

    Gio Simone:
    There is a fantastic article in ESPN on data analysis of 2021 and who will be real deal in 2022. In short, Gio Simone under normal circumstances should have scored like 3 goals, instead he scored 12. Its an anomaly and won’t last. He was on a super lucky streak. At the same time, Messi was on a super unlucky streak. Expect him to turn in around. Even if you don’t believe in data, remember, Gio Simone overnight in 2 months didn’t suddenly become Gabriel Batistuta or Hernan Crespo.

    Emi Buendia
    This guy is turning it around. Gerard is a much attacking guy and above all a winner. I hope he continues to power his way through. What I like about Buendia is his desire and intensity. Watch the games, all of them. He is intense and don’t wait for another player to take lead role. He wants to take the main role. He is the real deal. I am hopeful about him.

    Gio Los Celso
    Quite the opposite of Buendia in terms of mindset. Does want to take the game on his own. Again, watch all games. He has skill, cute passes and touches. But if his team is in trouble, he doesn’t have the desire or intensity of, hell with others, I am taking this on. He never had. He is the younger brother in the family who thinks if my Dad or big brother is not doing anything, I cannot do anything either.

    Emi Martinez
    A howler indeed. But not worried. Perhaps its a good wake up call. Glad it happened with Aston Villa and not Argentina. Once again, this guy has the attitude and necessary arrogance to win and not get bogged down by mistakes. Go Dibu.

    Julian Alvarez
    Have seen a bit by now. I don’t see any big clubs coming for him. Doesn’t look anything special or sensational. He is good, no doubt about that. But not like how Kun was in Argentina, at much younger age, in Argentine league. I will be surprised if he makes a big transfer. I would rather see him stay at River for another year, than going to MLS or Russia.

  4. And suddenly Gio Simeone stops scoring. This is what I am afraid of. Some players can be just “hot” for several games but then he is back to his normal form. Hope Gio Simeone will regain it back though. I remember when Icardi playing for Sampdoria, he was also inconsistent.

    But learn from this: never get too excited when our “new players” are in a hot streak. Riquelme said it the best when he said people today are too easy saying this player is good or that player is good. If you want to be considered good, do it in a season at least, not just a few games.

  5. Even though Westham lost today against Biesla’s Leeds, Lanzini was impressive. He played in a deep CM position guarding the defense and performed impressively. He was able to create something everytime he received the ball. If he can stay fit, he could be the perfect backup or rotation for inconsistent duo of Loceslo and Paredes.

    • I haven’t watched this game, but I was guessing that Lanzini was doing great after I saw Pablo Fornals who scored one of the two was subbed off and Lanzini was still on the pitch when the Hammers were 3-2 down. Creativity in our midfield is very limited and that is mainly what causes Messi to drop deep, so I think Lanzini could solve part of this problem and make our midfield play beautiful. In West Ham’s Youtube channel there is a recently uploaded short interview. He seemed very energetic and very confident in the video. Hope he remains fit and he keeps his good form.

      • Lanzini is more midfielder than nu 10 now days
        according his manager. I hope he continues this form and stay injury free coz he is quality player.

  6. A hilarious article just popped up in my news feed. The “baddest man on the planet” Mike Tyson traveled to Brazil in 2005 and got into an incident with a local journalists and ended up breaking his camera. When Iron Mike appeared in Brazilian court to testify, he wore an Argentina jersey that was signed by Maradona! Lmao. Love the pics.

    givemesport.com/1820564-mike-tyson-how-iron-mike-annoyed-entire-nation-of-brazil-with-diego-maradona-court-date-shirt?amp

  7. Alan Velasco is close to Dallas, Julian Alvarez was in the same situation, imagine where would be then. So sad Barco, Thiago Almada, Velasco, Santiago Sosa and a lot more, wasted careers .

    • to help you understand how it works in Argentina i will tell you this.
      there is 2 kind of players. Both kind have 1 common only. the huge majority coming from poor family. So after the kids finish school it is up to their brain which path will follow. Or they choose whoever come first to them with bigger money and go (don t forget poor background) OR they be patient and wait the correct timing and team to go by seeing the big picture.
      Everything is what everybody dream for himself. money first or high profile carreer first. it is up to how they grow up from their family.

      • But who mentors this kids before they are misled to make rush decisions. It’s such a shame thiago almada going to MLS is a downgrade to his career. He would rather have chosen to play for big Argentine club like River Plate or Boca Junior instead of going to MLS.

  8. Luka Romero got some minutes for Lazio and I hope he gets more and more. I really am excited for him and I have heard comments about him being a very good worker and humble kid, so I think he has good chances of succeeding and I wish more of our talents were like this.
    youtube.com/watch?v=enoKlb_BwfA

    I watched most of the Man U game and Buendia was incredible. It is not just this game though as this week they faced Man U in the cup as well and he also performed well in that game youtube.com/watch?v=enoKlb_BwfA
    In fact I have seen Villa fans happy with his progress not only these past few games but happy with his progression the past month and a half. Sadly he may still remain a player purely for our viewing enjoyment at his club because like we all know it is difficult to figure out where he fits in our squad.

  9. Luka Romero got some minutes for Lazio and I hope he gets more and more. I really am excited for him and I have heard comments about him being a very good worker and humble kid, so I think he has good chances of succeeding and I wish more of our talents were like this.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enoKlb_BwfA

    I watched most of the Man U game and Buendia was incredible. It is not just this game though as this week they faced Man U in the cup as well and he also performed well in that game https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enoKlb_BwfA
    In fact I have seen Villa fans happy with his progress not only these past few games but happy with his progression the past month and a half. Sadly he may still remain a player purely for our viewing enjoyment at his club because like we all know it is difficult to figure out where he fits in our squad.

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