Since Lucas Alario left River and signed with Bayer Leverkusen in Germany, some fans of the Millionaire have followed what is happening with the German team in the Bundesliga. And when Ezequiel Palacios was also sold to the same team, even more so. This weekend, the outfit led by Hannes Wolf beat Schalke 04 2 to 1 and both players had action, Pipa with a goal and Tucu with their return to the courts after two months.
Lucas Alario’s goal was 26 minutes into the first half and cut a two-month drought without marking. In addition, with this cry he reached 10 this season and thus surpassed his personal mark of nine in the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 seasons.
For his part, Palacios saw action again after two months and once again demonstrated that its quality is intact. He was 88% accurate in the passes he made, had seven off, received one infraction and received three fouls. With this victory, Bayer Leverkusen is sixth in the Bundesliga with 43 points.
The arrival of the new coach Wolf served as a breath of fresh air for former River players. Alario had been adding a few minutes from the substitute bench and Palacios was not taken into account – he had not played two months ago and was not a starter for more than five – after having overcome the back injury suffered in the Argentine National Team against Paraguay.
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