The one that Isak could roll

It was a perfect match for Isak. It was sensed from the initial whistle and the feeling was corroborated with the development of the meeting. The Swede was the scorer of the winning goal and could have completed a stellar performance if he had been somewhat more lucid when defining. He forgave too much, he kept his rival alive and the line between being the hero of the match or the villain was too fine, although it was never broken.

The way to face Eibar matches, with advanced defense; the slowness of its plants; the urgencies and anxiety derived from his delicate qualifying situation and the errors that he collects in each game drew an ideal scenario for a powerful and fast striker like the Swede who, yes, it took a while to appear.

It was at 24 minutes when he stampeded for the first time after a long ball from Guevara. He won the area and when he could leave a goal on a tray to Oyarzabal, he chose to solve, allowing Oliveira deflect his shot to corner. As luck would have it, the goal came from that corner kick because Isak A ball fell to him on the edge of the small area and totally alone, solving with his left foot with a shot between the legs of Dmitrovic. So much loneliness was suspicious, but the VAR exposed Kike
Garcia, which enabled Isak and validated the both txuri urdin.

10 goals in the second round

It is the fourteenth goal in the League of the Swede, who only has ahead of Messi (25), Benzema (twenty-one), Gerard
Brown (twenty), Lewis
Suarez (19) and En-Nesyri (17).

Ten of those many have arrived in the second round, which makes Isak in the third most successful point of the second half of the championship together with Gerard
Brown and only behind Benzema Y Messi, which total 12.

His goal raised the urgency and triggered the anxiety of Eibar and only three minutes later, in another against and after a service of Barrenetxea and a stupendous targeting control, he shot lazily into the area, stopping Dmitrovic.

Eibar was touched and, a minute later, caused the yellow to Oliveira, who was forced to grab him to prevent him from shooting towards the goal of Subotica’s goal.

He did it again at the edge of the break, but he got involved with the ball when he only had the Portuguese before him. Although for a clear occasion the one he had in 53, in a heads up against Dmitrovic in which he enjoyed all the time in the world to decide and did it fatal.

That’s why when he was replaced in ’72, his face was not exactly one of happiness. Not because of the change, but because he knew he could have left with the match resolved and yet he left the field with everything to decide. Fortunately he was able to sleep well.

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