Spaniards in Europe: Manolo Jiménez, Llorente, Grimaldo ...

Review here how the Spaniards spread across the European continent: the City of Guardiola is leading, provisionally in the Premier, with substitute Silva.


Manolo Jiménez, back

Back to Greek football and AEK Athens after his spell at Las Palmas, he achieved his second consecutive victory in his third stage in Greek football. Jiménez debuted in the Cup, before the Atromitos. In his new premiere in the Superliga, he added the three points against OFI Creta.

He is distanced from the leadership of AEK Athens, five points behind Olympiacos, second, and fourteenth of PAOK Thessaloniki, leader of the competition. But the Spanish coach returned to the place where he left successfully and where he is valued.

Fernando Llorente, important

La riojano striker intends to take advantage of the minutes he enjoys prompted by the loss of Harry Kane. Mauricio Pochettino placed him in the starting eleven against Leicester and the Spaniard fulfilled.

Llorente did not score but he assisted Cristian Eriksen to score the second goal of his team, which achieved all three points at Wembley. He was replaced ten minutes from the end by Victor Wanyama.

Grimaldo, scorer

The Spanish defender, a fixture in Benfica, channeled the bulging and historic win that the Lisbon team, which threatens the leadership of Porto, endorsed the Nacional.

Diez goals scored the Benfica to his rival. And Grimaldo, little given to score, signed the first of the dozen that got his team. Enjoy his fourth season in Portuguese football always in the team of the 'eagles'. Produced from the quarry of Barcelona, at 23 years has managed to be indisputable in the historic Portuguese team.

Airam Cabrera, timely

The island forward of 31 He led the start of his team's comeback against Piast Gliwice in the Polish League. The visiting team took advantage at the beginning of the match with the goal of also Spanish Jorge Felix and the Spanish footballer managed the equalizer before the break.

Airam, who lives his first season in Krakow after having known Polish football at Korona Kielce and experiencing the Cyprus League, added his second goal so far this season to settle his team in half of the classification.

Soldier, expelled

The Spanish forward was the negative protagonist of the weekend. He was sent off with a straight red card just before the match his team lost against Kayserispor.

The attacker, who had managed to gain a place in the Fenerbahce's starting line-up, had to leave the field because of an angry protest and manifested a lack that had been pointed out.

"I take full responsibility for the defeat we received, we lost the game due to individual stupidity, sorry," said the forward, who took the blame for a return defeat the team from Istanbul to the relegation zone.

In addition, Pep Guardiola's Manchester City regained the leadership of the Premier by beating Chelsea. Kepa Arrizabalaga conceded six goals. César Azpilicueta, who committed a penalty, Marcos Alonso and Pedro, who were substituted, left start.

David Silva was substitute, played in the second half by Fernandinho.

Martín Montoya played the entire match with Brighton, who lost with the Burnley. Vicente Guaita remained as a starter at the Crystal Palace goal. He conceded a goal and his team tied with West Ham.

Nacho Monreal played the full match with Arsenal, before the Huddersfield. Denis Suárez, reserve, jumped into the field to play the quarter of final hour.

Diego Rico returned to the ownership with Bournemouth although it was changed to ten of the term. Oriol Romeu played the whole match with Southampton, which he lost to Cardiff, where Victor Camarasa, who was on the bench, played the last ten minutes.

Javi Gracia's Watford beat Everton with Gerard Deulofeu as a starter but substituted in the 81.

David de Gea and Juan Mata played the full game with Manchester United, who beat Fulham with Sergio Rico in the goal. He also played at the start with United Ander Herrera, replaced in the second half.

In Germany, Thiago Alcántara played the whole game with Bayern Munich, who won at Schalke. Javi Martinez jumped into the field in the second half in place of James Rodriguez as Omar Mascarell with visitors.

Paco Alcácer played the final stretch of the duel that Dortmund drew against the Hoffenheim. Aaron Martin was a starter with Mainz but was changed at match time in the match against Bayer Leverkusen.

In Italy, José Callejón and Fabián Ruiz played the full game with Napoli, which drew against the Fiorntina. Iago Falqué played the entire match with Torino, who won against Udinese. Alex Berenguer also started, changed in 78. Pol Lirola also played the ninety minutes with Sassuolo, beaten by Juventus. Suso started and Samu Castillejo booked in the duel between Milan and Cagliari.

In France, Cesc Fabregas played the full game with Monaco, who drew with Caen. Cristián López played the last ten minutes with Angers, who won in Strasbourg. And Sergi Palencia was all the time with the Girondins, who fell against the PSG.

In Portugal, Iker Casillas and Oliver Torres, replaced at the hour de played, starting with Oporto, who tied with Moreirense.

Alberto Bueno He started with the Boavista that won the Santa Clara. It was changed three minutes from the end.



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