SpanishTOHe has two goals, two assists and stands out for his combinations, unmarks and defensive work
BOrja Iglesias is one of the fixed players of Rubi.The Galician striker has established himself in the team quickly and has assimilated with great alacrity the football characteristics of Primera Divisin. He added two goals, but the former Celta player, aged 25, contributes much more than many to the Catalan side. The coach and his teammates are full of praise for him, both at the sporting level, his aids stand out, as well as his costumes.
Borja, whothe last course I signed 22 so many in Second with the Zaragoza, has overcome this course to two goals: to Neto, of Valencia, and to Alberto, of Rayo. Despite the change of category, Corus striker has responded well to the demands of Primera, has integrated well into the parakeet group and has faced the challenge of his important role at Espanyol. Not only has he inherited the weight of 7Gerard Moreno, also its protagonism in attack. He assumes comparisons based on respect and prudence. The player of Santa Perpetua de la Moguda had only scored one goal at this stage of the championship in his first season as a Blue and Whites, 15-16.
The Galician striker has played all eight games, and in seven of them he has been a starter. Slo was only substitute in the rotations of the party against the Eibar. Add two goals, like Hermoso y Granero, the creators of the parakeet boot. But Borja Iglesias brings more than goals to Espanyol:in the 622 minutes he has played, he has made 23 shots, 12 shots to the goalkeeper, three centers to the area, has given two assists, has received eight fouls and has finished once at the top.
But his teammates and Rubi stand out from him that he contributes many things beyond his offensive records: they highlight his unmarking ability, his combinations with the rest of the strikers, his aids behind, moves all rival defenders, opens spaces, the high percentage of hit in your passes …"Perfectly fulfills the defensive aspect", commented on more than once Rubi. The technician recognizes, however, that it has cost him to define in some clashes, such as the day against Villarreal."He's a crack in the locker room, he's a guy who always adds up, he's always ready", said Granero.
The espanyolista tier also worships its new center forward. His name (and his nickname: the panda) is one of the most chanted in the RCDE Stadium. For its proximity and the waste of effort that makes each day.