The Argentine Leonardo Ramos confirms his instinct of predator in Mexico

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The Argentine Leonardo Ramos ratified his instinct as a predator of the area in Mexican football by giving the victory to the Lobos Buap over Veracruz on the second day of the Clausura in which his team maintained the perfect step.

Ramos, who a few months ago was lost in the Ascent Division with the Tapachula Coffee Growers, became the most efficient First Division scorer overnight by converting eight goals in nine games in the last Apertura and adding two in one. pair of appearances in the Clausura.

On September 16, the 29-year-old attacker made his debut with the Wolves and only needed a few minutes to score his first goal, after which he did not stop hurting the rival goalkeepers, and he became the leader of his team. team.

Los Lobos of coach Francisco Palencia were threatened with relegation by that date, but guided by the Argentine added three wins, three draws and one setback in their last seven games of the past championship and have two wins in a couple of starts in the present.

Of great physical presence, Ramos is the typical killer of the area who can remain silent most of the matches and suddenly appear and damage the opponents as he did last Friday when in the 78th minute he accepted a service from the Chilean Bryan Rabello and from left-handed scored to give the victory to the ‘lycanthropes’.

Thanks to Ramos, who made a goal last Sunday in Lobos’ 2-0 triumph over Santos Laguna, his team goes with perfect work in the Clausura and occupies the second place tied with the Chivas de Guadalajara and with the same six points of the leader Toluca.

This weekend Ramos was part of the Argentine goal-scorers in day two in which they scored eight goals and led the foreign legion followed by the Chileans, with three, the Paraguayans, with two, and Colombians, Ecuadorians and French, with one in each case.

The goals of the Argentineans were decisive in several parties. Julio Furch became the target of Santos Laguna’s victory, 1-0 over Morelia, Brian Fernandez decided Necaxa’s triumph, 2-1 over Pumas UNAM, while Santiago García and Pedro Canelo were the heroes of Toluca’s triumph, 2-0 about Puebla.

Yesterday Franco Jara scored a goal in Pachuca’s win over Spanish coach Pako Ayestarán, 3-0 at Querétaro, and Rogelio Funes pair Mori and Nicolás Sánchez scored in Monterrey’s 2-2 draw against León to confirm good performances of the Argentines.

Although he did not score this weekend, the Argentine Enrique Triverio, of Toluca, is the leader of the Clausura’s scorers with three goals, followed by the Argentines Leonardo Ramos, Rogelio Funes Mori and Nicolás Sánchez, of the Paraguayan Osvaldo Martínez, of the Atlas, and the French André Pierre Gignac, of Tigres UANL, all with two.

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