Carlos Alcaraz goal and assist for Southampton in 3-3 draw vs. Arsenal


Carlos Alcaraz had a goal and an assist for Southampton in their 3-3 draw vs. Arsenal.

Alcaraz scored his third league goal of the season after only 26 seconds into the match. Ramsdale would play a pass as Southampton were pressuring and the Argentine would steal the ball and score.

The 20 year old wasn’t done. He would play a pass in to Theo Walcott and get the assist as he would score the second goal of the match. Alcaraz would be substituted out at half time as he was on a yellow card.


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    Full name: Federico Redondo Solari

    Country: Argentina/Spain

    Date of birth: 18/01/2003 (20 years old)

    Place of birth: Madrid (Spain)

    Height: 190cm

    Youth career: Argentinos Juniors

    Current club: Argentinos Juniors

    Squad number: 5

    Current national team: Argentina U-20

    Position: defensive midfielder, central midfielder

    Preferred foot: right

    Market value (by —

    Tournaments participated in: —

    Contract until: unknown

    Player’s agent: Scorefutbol

    Transfer rumours: —

    Similar type of player: Rodri


    – passing very strong

    – vision very strong

    – technique very strong

    – ball control very strong

    – football IQ very strong

    – ability to read the game very strong

    – athleticism very strong

    – positioning very strong

    – tackling very strong

    – composure strong

    – anticipation strong

    – work rate strong

    – aerial duels strong
    To improve:

    – not the fastest player – compensates it with his superb positioning

    Style of play:

    – deep-lying orchestrator

    – midfield controller

    – tall player with good body mass ratio, physical strength, and power who feels comfortable in contact situations

    – functions best when placed at the base of a midfield three where he can dictate tempo using his good vision, passing ability at all distances, and natural technique to create dynamism on the team’s build-up process

    – elegant and calm in possession

    – concentrated player perfect for the possession-based style of play

    – great composure and retention skills under pressure/press-resistant player

    – superb ball control and footwork in tight spaces

    – superb spatial awareness/always keeps his head up and scans the pitch before receiving the ball

    – constantly asking for the ball and often is an additional passing option

    – his reading of the game and positioning help him anticipate attacking threats from the opposition team, most of the time by covering space and making interceptions

    – consistent, aggressive, and hard-tackling midfielder, with a very high work rate

    – extremely difficult to knock off the ball thanks to his close control, ability to shield the ball, and strength

    – physically strong player who knows how to use his body to gain advantage/wins most of the physical duels

    – his long-reaching legs are very helpful when tackling and recovering from mistakes

    – mature with above-average decision-making for a player of his age

    – very dominant in the air/aerial threat in the opposition box during set-pieces

    – operates quite comfortably with his left weaker foot


  3. El Principe, I saw your clips about Federico Redondo at twitter It seems good prospects if he is half good of his old man than he will be some player and I agree with you he should be under 20 world Cup squad properly starting 11.

    • In Argentina league there are 2 young players lately that have been in everyone’s lips:
      1. Valentin Barco
      2. Fede Redondo

      Both are special. I’d be upset if Redondo doesn’t make the starting 11. Like his father the guy has tremendous passing accuracy (the highest among all U23 players in liga Argentina) and the fewest turnover (losing the ball). Like his father too.

      I agree if he can be half as good as El Principe Redondo, I’d be the happiest man. He is a bit of late bloomer for a youth. 1- 2 years ago he was nothing special.

      Redondo for me the greatest 5 Futbol ever produced. Some might win the WC (Deschamps, Xavi). Some might win more UCL, but no one was as influential as him.

      • Well, speaking of Redondo and UCL, el principe is the only defensive player to ever win MVP at CL, so that’s all needs to be said about the man. Also it’s not an exaggeration to say that if El principito is LITERALLY half the player his old man was then he’d end up being a decent footballer.
        And on the subject of talented Pibes, I watched the latest Velez game and I have to say that Prestianni is something, I really hope this is a sign of things to come and the kid won’t peak too early and burn out and fade into the annals of history likes so many of the “next maradonas” and soon to be “next messis”.

        • Speaking of Velez. #Velez is helping #Argentina future tremendously. They start these players:
          1️⃣Gianluca #Prestianni RW, 17
          2️⃣Thiago Fernandez LW, 19
          3️⃣Valentin #Gomez CB, 19
          4️⃣Cristian #Ordonez DM, 18
          5️⃣Elias #Cabrera MC, 20
          6️⃣Matias Seoane DM, 19

          ALL starters❕
          ➕Julian Fernandez 19 RW as a sub
          + Santiago Castro 19 FC as a sub

          • It’s always been the case with Velez, they’ve always had a very proud trandition when it comes to their youth development even if their youth graduates haven’t lit up europe or the NT in recent times.
            Speaking of Velez products, Nico Dominguez had a great game today even if Bologna lost.

  4. I don’t know why CARLOS ALCARAZ is not talked about. After Qatar world cup I was watching some videos of him, to me he is a good goal scoring midfielder. Southampton would be relegated for sure. But this season I started watching Southampton just because of him. I think scaloni should select him. Because if he’s selected for our national football team, some other European clubs may go for him. I think he’s a great prospect. He can easily replace one of GUIDO RODRIGUES, LEANDRO PAREDES or GIOVANNI LO CELSO. He has taken a big risk by choosing Southampton a relegated team.

  5. May be we should start doing Goal of the week by an Argentine player for all the leagues around the world! This week would be Dybala without any competition!

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