Ángel Correa reached 11 goals for Atletico Madrid this season in their 3-0 win vs. Osasuna.
Correa cannot stop scoring as he leads Atletico in goals scored. With Atletico leading 2-0, a pass was played into Correa and with the goalkeeper advancing, the Argentine with a left footed finish gave Atletico the 3-0 lead.
The 26 year old is on 11 goals and four assists in 25 matches in La Liga this season.
Messi’s supernatural finishing is over guys!! He has lost quite a bit of pace but his passing is still unmatchable and his assists are pin point accurate. He will certainly score goals but we will need others to score from the chances Leo will be creating. Lautato, A.Correa, Dybala and J.Alvarez will need to continue their awesome form all the way into the world cup!!
Yes he turn into and Argentine pirlo
Well, he receives the ball from almost halfway line most of the time, just like in national team circa 2008-2011. He’s never effective playing so deep .
Messi is rising rapidly on assist table. He currently ranked 2nd with 8 , behind only Mbappe who has 9, but Mbappe number seems to stuck since he often tries to takes defender on his own rather than make a quick passing. So even though he only has 2 goals, he actually has contributed directly on 10 goals in the league.
Not exactly the problem he is trying to much instead of him just doing it without thinking. He should focus on the feeling not overthinking it.
A list of local league or under the radar Argentinian transfers this window
Tomas Pochettino (from Austin FC)
Emanuel Mammana (from Zenit)
Leandro Gonzalez Pirez (from Inter Miami)
Elias Gomez (from Argentinos Juniors)
Esequiel Barco (from Atlanta United) – could be the first step in resurrecting his career
Andres Herrera (from San Lorenzo) – part of the recent U23 olympics team
Cristian Ferreira (end of loan from Colon)
Tomas Galvan (to Defensa y Justicia on loan) – 21 year old talent
Tomas Lecanda (to Barracas Central on loan) – reserve team defender and part of the Argentina youth setup
Alex Vigo (to Independiente on loan)
Federico Girotti (to Talleres)
Carlos Auzqui (to Ferencvaros of Hungary)
Jorge Carrascal (to CSKA Moscow) – Not an Argentinian but wanted to mention because it will make space in the squad for younger Argentinians
Gaston Avila (end of loan Rosario Central)
Dario Benedetto (from Marseille)
Nicolas Figal (from Inter Miami)
Guillermo Fernandez (from Cruz Azul)
Lisandro Lopez (to Tijuana)
Ramon Abila (to Colon)
— Reserve youth loaned out —
Nicolas Valentini (to Aldosivi)
Ezequiel Fernandez (to Tigre)
Rodrigo Montes (to Central Cordoba)
Agustin Obando (to Tigre)
Oscar Salomon (to Tigre)
Renzo Giampaoli (to Rosemborg of Norway)
Agustin Lastra (to Aldosivi, goalkeeper)
Alex Vigo (from River Plate)
Fabricio Bustos (to Internacional of Brazil)
Silvio Romero (to Fortaleza of Brazil)
Alan Velasco (to Dallas FC of MLS)
Gonzalo Bergessio (from Nacional to Platense)
David Ayala (from Estudiantes to Portland Timbers)
Axel Werner (from Elche to Arsenal de Sarandi on loan)
Luis “el pulga” Rodriguez (from Gimasia de La Plata back to Colon)
Matias Tissera (from Platense to Ludogorets of Bulgaria) – 4th top scorer of last league season
Ricardo Centurion (from Velez Sarsfield to San Lorenzo)
Franco Di Santo (from San Lorenzo to Goztepe of Turkey)
Matias Godoy (from Argentinos Juniors to Talleres)
Facundo Colidio (from Inter Milan to Tigre on loan)
Matias Esquivel (from Lanus to Talleres on loan)
Thiago Almada (from Velez Sarsfield to Atlanta United)
Ezequiel Ponce (from Spartak Moscow to Elche on loan) – scored the winner for Elche in his first game
Nahuel Tenaglia (from Talleres to Alaves on loan) – a right back, one of the best performers this season in the local league. Probably one to keep an eye on in la liga
Messi with trademark defence splitting assist for Neymar.
Poch made Diego looks like a masterful manager.
UPDATE NEWS: EDERSON DID NOT MOVE AT ALL IN ALL 3 GOALS HE CONCEDED TODAY!
even if my grandpa were the goalie, it would have been 3-2 same result.
Cuti had his best game in Spurs shirt. I rated him 8.5. The handball was unintentional. The referee was unfair, always in City favor. The game lasted until 99.5 minutes when the injury time only 7 minutes.
Apart from that unfortunate handball, Romero was excellent!!
And as usual, the goalie that is well known to just watch the ball into his net named Ederson did it again… (watch his ball going into his net without even moving)
LOL EAT THAT SHIT PART III!
(You are forgiven Cuti)
Cuti caused a penalty in the dying minute, but it was too unfair because the handball was totally unintentional.
Gundogan eats Romero’s shit today. Cuti almost broke his ankle with a very clean (no foul) tackle. From that moment, he tried to stay away from Cuti. What a traumatized moment.
EAT THAT SHIT PART II CITY!!
I heard their goalie is from Brazil lol.
The most overrated goalie of all time.
EAT THAT SHIT CITY!
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