Bernardo Cruz reinforces the defense of Numancia

first_imgThe player joins Numancia’s training this Saturday and will be presented to the media on Monday. He will wear the number 16 on the shirt, the number that has been released after the departure of Carlos Gutierrez to the Japanese team of the Fukuoka Wasp. The player met the current coach of Numancia, Luis Carrión, when they were both in Cordoba. This was announced a week ago, and this Saturday has been confirmed. The Numancia has reached an agreement with Granada so that the central Bernardo Cruz plays in the Soriano team as a loan until the end of the season. Cruz started this season at Alcorcón, a team that the Reds will face next Wednesday. With the potter set he has played a total of four games. Bernardo Cruz Torres (Córdoba, July 17, 1993) measures 1.90 meters and has more than 100 matches in the Second Division and has played in the category with several teams such as Córdoba, Racing Club, Sevilla Atlético, CD Lugo, Granada CF and AD Alcorcón.last_img read more

Europa League: Mason Greenwood Grabs First Goal for Manchester United in 1-0 Win Over Astana

first_imgManchester: Seventeen-year-old striker Mason Greenwood scored his first senior Manchester United goal and saved his side’s blushes in a 1-0 win over Kazakhstan’s Astana in their Europa League Group L opener at Old Trafford on Thursday.The prodigy slotted home through the keeper’s legs at the near post in the 73rd minute to make history in only his second start as the first player born in the 2000s to score a senior goal for the club. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s youthful line-up had earlier struggled to dominate their weakest opponents in the group despite having plenty of possession.United made nine changes to the side that started against Leicester City in the Premier League last weekend, with Nemanja Matic taking the captain’s role in the absence of Ashley Young and goalkeeper David De Gea.They came close to scoring after three minutes when Fred’s powerful long-distance strike from smacked off the top of the crossbar.Marcus Rashford missed another great chance 10 minutes later with a close-range shot straight at the goalkeeper.”We made it hard for ourselves,” said Solskjaer, relieved at least to be leading Group L after Partizan Belgrade and AZ Alkmaar drew 2-2 in Serbia.”It’s pleasing, though, that we got three points, got off to a decent start.”In and around the box he (Greenwood) is one of the best finishers we’ve got and I’m happy he got his goal. I’m sure he’ll go home tonight and be happy with that one.”While he partnered 21-year-old regular Rashford up front, teenagers Angel Gomes and Tahith Chong made their full debuts before being replaced by Juan Mata and Jesse Lingard respectively.Lingard hit the post in the 80th minute and Diogo Dalot missed a sitter in front of 50,000 fans as United raised the tempo after going ahead but still looked short of creativity.”It was a hard game. First half we tried to open the game and to score a fast goal but they had a solid defence,” Matic told BT Sport.”It’s good for the (young players) to have the opportunity to play these games. They have to use that, to work hard to get more chances.” AstanaEuropa LeaguemanchesterManchester United First Published: September 20, 2019, 7:36 AM IST Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time.last_img read more