Valencia CFTOSince leaving Mestalla, the Nazar striker, he only knows how to win his former team
Roberto Soldier returns to Mestalla.The Valencian lived one of his best professional stages with the black and white shirtuntil he abruptly left the club to embark on his adventure at Tottenham. Since then Soldier has become a problem for Valencia.After leaving White Hart Lane, the Valencian fich for Villarreal and every time he measured his former team he touched his face.The most feared Soldier returns to Mestalla today.
Thethree games that Roberto Soldado has played against Valenciasince I left they have translated intotriumph for the striker. One victory in La Cermica (1-0) and two in Mestalla, the last with a goal and European qualification included confirmhow good it is for Soldier to measure himself to the team with the most goals he has scored in his career.
The truth is that since Roberto Soldado left Valencia in 2013there hasn't been another nine that could match their figures. The Valencian battering ramHe left a crankcase in the front that no one has been able to fill out.There is no way that another striker could overcome those scoring records
25, 27 and 30 goals were the number of Soldier scorersin his three campaigns in Mestalla. Since then,Rodrigo with 19 goals(season 2017-18) is the only one that has been around.
Now, Soldier WaitsBreaking your sequa garter belt.The tip inaugurated his scoring account with Granada on the first day, before another former as is Villarreal, but since then the lack of goal continues, 605 minutes without scoring, something that worries an accomplished scorer like land that he hopes to begin to reverse in a scenario that feels phenomenal to him.
The Granada look for thefirst Mestalla victory in its historyin the first division. In30 viewsbetween Liga and Copa, the Andalusians add26 losses and four draws. Since Diego Martnez landed in Los Crmenes, the Andalusian team has never conceded three consecutive losses, a run that tries to prolong with a good result in Mestalla after the recent setbacks against Getafe and the Royal Society.
To measure the Valencian team, Diego Martnez has the casualties of Eteki and Vctor Daz, a problem to solve with the presence of Quini on the right side. On the contrary he recovers Montoro and Gonalons.
Albert Celades has had to deal with absences to make the call for the Granada game. The losses have multiplied due to muscle problems and the Catalan technician must give the team a spin to play the last match before the match. Piccini, Sobrino, Soler, Coquelin, Guedes, Diakhaby and Cheryshev do not arrive at the appointment. As it is, Celades has had to summon the stonecutter Esquerdo.
. (tagsToTranslate) Primera División (t) Valencia CF (t) Granada CF