The good moment of Santiago Giménez in Europe seems not to stop and this was confirmed today in the UEFA Europa League where he entered as a replacement and only three minutes on the pitch were enough for him to score a goal in Feyenoord’s party over Sturm Graz that ended in a 6-0 victory. But not only did the former Cruz Azul forward score a goal, he also had the luxury of starting the play and recovering a ball for the sixth and final goal, becoming a key player.
“El Bebote” Santiago Giménez entered at minute 63 and just three minutes later he got the sacred cry for the Dutch. Patrik Walemark sent a center where the Mexican striker was located, who achieved his solo shot and with it the advantage of Feyenoord.
Santiago Giménez decisive for Feyenoord
Santiago Giménez already has six goals wearing the colors of Feyenoord, which are divided between three in the Eredivise and three more in the UEFA Europa League. The footballer is raising his hand very seriously to be taken into account by Gerardo Martino de Ara for the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
Notably With this win, Feyenoord is currently the leader of group F in the UEFA Europa League. Feyenord’s six goals were distributed in two by the Iranian Alireza Jahanbakhsh at minute nine and at minute 41. The Slovakian defender Dávid Hancko was present on the scoreboard at minute 31, the Brazilian Danilo at 34. While “El Bebote” Santiago Giménez scored at 66 and Oussama Idrissi closed the result at 78.
Feyenoord’s next commitments
Feyenoord will face Luuk De Jong’s PSV Eindhoven in one of the Eredivise classics next Sunday, September 18. while en Europa League will be visiting FC Midtjylland in Denmark on October 6.
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