The 18-year-old Dutchman who overcomes Morata's last streak


Myron Boadu continues to star in one of the most durable scoring marks of the moment, with 8 consecutive goals with the AZ Alkmaar of the Netherlands. After the successful debut with his selection his name already sounds in Italy

Yesterday, the striker of Atlético de Madrid, Álvaro Morata, ended his streak of six consecutive games by scoring with his club, like Lewandowski, who signed his first day without scoring in this edition of the Bundesliga. But while some die other streaks continue to survive the requirement of the calendar. The most voluminous is that of Italian Ciro Immobile that, with Lazio, he lives a dream season in which he has not missed his appointment with the goal since day six of the Serie A. Thus, the former Sevilla player already has 15 goals in the 13 games of the Alpine competition, a huge average of 1.15.

But beyond the five major leagues, in the Dutch, an 18-year-old is causing sensation with stratospheric records for someone his age. AZ Alkmaar striker, Myron Boadu, who until recently played in the subsidiary, is being key for his team to maintain the second place of the Eredivisie, only behind the almighty Ajax in Amsterdam that leads him by six points in the Day 14. Myron has accumulated 8 consecutive goals with AZ in the last six games, and one more if his debut is counted with the Dutch national team in the qualifying match against Estonia. The Dutch national team seems to have found the perfect relay for their reference strikers of recent times, such as Van Persie or Huntelaar. Yesterday, Myron closed the victory of AZ 0-3 against Utrecht, thus extending his great moment for another day.

The young Dutch talent is already the third top scorer of the Eredevisie, with 9 goals and 4 assists, only behind two other compatriots of his, also former former Quincy Promes and Donyell Malen, who accumulate ten goals. The Europa League further swells Myron's records with four other goals, becoming the second top scorer in the continental competition, in pursuit of Sevilla's Munir, who has been five. His explosion in Europe has made his name begin to sound among the agendas of the most prestigious clubs in Italy, such as Juventus, Rome or AC Milan. His short career in professional football is summarized in 17 goals in 33 games, one every two games in the last two seasons.

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