A Venezuelan “ruins” Dani Alves’ debut in Mexico | football 123

Iván Holguín López / @ivan_basketball

A few days ago, the Brazilian footballer Dani Alves He was a sensation on social networks by announcing his incorporation to Pumas de UNAM of Liga MX, and yesterday his debut in North American soccer finally took place, but all eyes did not go to the right side but to a Creole soccer player.

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The Venezuelan who stole him the spotlights to Alves, is nothing more and nothing less than Eduard Bello. The Creole winger plays for Mazatlán in Liga MX, a team that Pumas just faced on the day of the veteran from Rio de Janeiro’s debut.

At minute 75 of the commitment with a 0-0 on the scoreboard, Mazatlán’s right back, Jorge Padilla, put in a center from the right side of the field, which reached the area and with an accurate header Eduard Bello He managed to break the tie at 0 between the two and steal all the spotlights in the match.

This is the second goal (in this campaign) of the Creole who debuted in Yaracuyanos in Venezuelan football back in 2013 and who also had a past in Carabobo FC and Antofagasta. Since 2018 under the technical direction of Rafael DudamelBello debuted with the national team jersey.

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The commitment ended up being equalized by Pumas at minute 90 with a goal by Nicolás Freire after a center by Dani Alves.

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