Julian Alvarez makes his debut this Saturday in a Manchester City shirt. The former river striker has already played several friendlies for Pep Guardiola’s side, scoring his first goal in the second half in a Citizen shirt in the Community Shield final (3-1) loss to Liverpool. ball. enjoy. Partially tied, 1-1).
Sergio Aguero watched every game of the game closely. On ESPN and Star+’s live broadcasts, Kun began by asking him to enter the spider farm and defended viewers who criticized Calchin’s natives. “How many dogs are spiders?”The former footballer said while reading what the audience wrote in the chat.
“What did he say? Well, crazy. Forbidden. Must be from Boca”, Aguero, with no one other than Luis Suarez, were present as guests. Later, when Alvarez came on, after 58 minutes, Kun gave him encouragement: “Come on, Julian, come on. Come on, Julian Cito.”
But his best response was a goal in the 70th minute of the game. The definition and goal of the ascender in the Millionaires was withheld due to alleged offside, but VAR then confirmed a partial parity on the scoreboard. “Look at City’s goal, um. Come on, come on, come on, come on, it’s a goal”, The former independent reiterated.
“Capable! It’d be great if it was offside, motherfucking… oh, that goal you know, it’ll take the pressure off Julian…”, Aguero said while waiting for an offer. Once verified, he showed all his happiness: “Target! Come on! Spiderman Target! Let him play tricks on you tonight, hey.”
“Yes, look, he sent it to me, Kuni’s!”, When Koon saw Julian celebrate in the same way, he was sentenced.
Julian’s City goal