Other awesome goal in Copa Argentina! I believe he's the top scorer of Sarmiento this season, I'm glad he's growing his skills. Anyways, I don't see very much future in him coming back to Instituto, as far as Dario Franco remains being the coach. He ain't a player technically gifted with his feet, and wouldn't (probably) fit in the team.
Anyways, I've updated according to these performances/videos and fitted his stats to new standards. Increased DA/SA/ST/CURL/Header/Jump/RESP/AGG (!!!! I had completely underrated it) and decreased STA, FKA, every passing stat and mentality. I hope he keeps the good performance and get to play in a Nacional B team next season.
"Imagine being this retarded @lucashag you fucking moron, you're seriously trying to write about football and think lingard is a bad player? you're a fucking disgrace, a fucking animal like very fucking south american moron" Relja's burner
Vs. Brown (3rd match): Well, he had a brilliant match in his comeback to Instituto. He was the man of the match, along with Chiarini as usual, and the one who changed the course of it when he entered on 2nd half. He had ease to avoid the first defender, but usually made the wrong choice immediately next. When he could do that right, he scored an amazing goal in a personal play. He displayed his normal energies and guts to chase and 'fight' against the defenders; was a constant threat in attack. His partners constantly looked for him, as he has a monstrous BB (better than this 84 for sure -I'd say something like 87) and combined it with some kind of Tactical dribble to protect and 'hide' the ball. His LPS seemed lower.
Vs. Aldosivi (5th match): entered in the second half again, this time he couldn't stand out, had little participation and involvement in attacking moves; I judge it due to the fact that he didn't play as CF but as a kind of SS instead. Once again, he showed some ability to surpass the first defenders with easy "gambetas", but then he lost the ball against the 2nd one. One good thing I noticed from him were two EXCELLENT trappings of long passes, he "killed" the ball with a single touch. Almost scores with a 27m free kick, he couldn't apply much swerve to the ball though
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Yes, excellent definition. He's very used to trying to make beautiful goals. Last match vs. Indepte Rivadavia he also entered 20 minutes to the final and scored a goal in the last additional minute, with a good ST over the gk after a between-the-lines pass from Vismara:
He hadn't any other chance in that match, he just gave his usual sacrifice. Yesterday he was sent inside the field earlier. Had good mobility over the center and right side of the field, his sense of positioning and capacity of holding the ball are very good. So far, he's being important and quite effective when entering from the bench (with 3 goals done that way). I couldn't follow him a lot in Sarmiento and Morón, but in the previous seasons in Instituto, he used to get tired on 2nd halves and decrease his level as a consequence (when being starter). So, I'd like to see how he performs in a match from minute 1. He seems to make a good duo with Martin btw.
Moved to Huracàn and given a couple tweaks. He has noticeably improved on several of his technical abilities (da, trapping) and on his speeds and "explosiveness" (it's like an Andrés Chavez in a smaller scale). Probably could have a little boost in ATT, but I prefer to wait and watch him perform in Huracán before increasing it, although for the league he's been a definite menace for opposite defenses this half year.
What happened with him? was playing very well en Instituto and scoring goals, and now in Huracán not seems a profesional player, seems very out of state and very very slow, doesn't do anything in the field, is like play like with 1 player less.