Santiago Naveda scores his first goal in Poland but suffers his first sending off, in Miedz Legnica victory

Santiago Naveda scores his first goal in Poland but suffers his first sending off, in Miedz Legnica victory

Santiago Naveda is currently testing honey and gall as part of his involvement with Miedz Legnica. obtained his first goal in Poland, however also suffered his first deportation, in a duel his team resolved with 2-1 victory against Lechia Gdansk.

It was at minute 4 of the match, when after a touch and a defensive rebound, the ball suited the U.S. youth team to light it with a volley from his right leg, causing the ball to end up sneaking near the rival’s left post.

Unfortunately, at 31′ an examination in the VAR, would end up revealing a foul by the Mexican, for which they would end up showing him the red cardleaving Legnica with 10 men.

From the start of the complementary part, Legnica increased its lead thanks to both Luciano Narsingh, however, the visit would shorten the distances a minute later, thanks to the head of Maciej Gajos.

With this result, Miedz moved up to 16th position in the competition, and They will face Piast Gliwice on September 5, a duel in which Naveda will see no activity due to suspension.

Naveda: “Keep working and learning”

After the game against Lechia Gdansk, Santiago Naveda appeared on social networks, where he said happy with the goal, but upset about the sending off.

Despite the expulsion Naveda will be able to see action in the next duel of Miedz Legnica, who to be in front of him Resovia, in the Polish Cup.



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