Rondón suits Europe well

The Venezuelan striker has returned to Europe in style. He has three goals and one assist for CSKA Moscow in his last four games played.


A Salomón Rondón has enjoyed his return to Europe. The Venezuelan, who was on loan from Chinese Dalian to defend the CSKA Moscow shirt, is adding statistics in his second stage in Europe. At 31 years old, the old continent has suited him well to meet again with the highest level. Now, in Russia, he manages to score goals for his team and be a piece that stands out in the attack. With three goals and one assist in his last four games, Rondón is in a great physical and footballing moment.

In the 394 minutes played since his arrival in Moscow, Rondón has managed to be involved in a CSKA goal every 98.5 minutes of the game. Good data considering that his first two meetings served as a first contact on his return to Europe. It should be remembered that El Gladiator passed through the ranks of Zenit de San Petesburgo and Rubin Kazan previously, so with the goals scored so far in his third Russian club, he has 31 since he played his first meeting with one of them in the season 2012 / 13.

CSKA Moscow is immersed in the fight for European places in the Russian Premier League. With 24 games played and 6 games still to be played, CSKA is fourth with 43 points in the places that give place to the UEFA Europa League. 8 points behind the leader Zenit (51 points) and 4 from local rival Spartak Moscow (47 points), which closes the UEFA Champions League position. The final fight is full to play the top European competition next year. Likewise, his team is also still alive in the Cup, another way to obtain a title.

In the most important stretch of the season in which all the objectives may end up taking shape, it seems that the figure of Rondón in CSKA takes on a great relevance to achieve the goals that have been proposed in the Russian club. And who knows, maybe this return to Europe, more specifically to Russia, will serve to see the Venezuelan sooner rather than later in the old continent again without having to return to Asia.

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