Colombian striker Luis Sinisterra made his official debut for Bournemouth on their return to the Premier League. The striker played the final minutes of his side’s 0-0 draw with Chelsea in the fifth round of English football.
Sinisterra entered the field in the 75th minute to replace Englishman Marcus Tavernier, who immediately positioned himself as a winger on the left side of the field. However, he barely managed to take part in the Cherries’ offensive game.
The Caucano looked a bit uncomfortable on the pitch at times and on two counterattacks he came into the opponent’s area too late to be a passing option. At one point he changed profile and fell into the area on the right, but received no help from his teammates; As Justin Kluivert was coming in, he was interrupted when he was already one on one with goalkeeper Robert Sánchez.
The attacker also had to drop back to provide support on the wings in the defensive zone as Chelsea looked to exploit this alternative to take the three points at the Vitality Stadium.
The Colombian had not played in the Premier League since April 25, when he scored in Leeds United’s 1-1 draw with Leicester City. On this occasion, the 24-year-old scored his team’s goal.
The Cauca striker just added minutes in the games against Venezuela and Chile at the start of qualifying, coming on as a substitute in both games and appearing at the end of both games, spending a total of 21 minutes on the field.
Bournemouth have 3 points and are in 15th place in the Premier League thanks to three draws and two defeats. Chelsea are one step higher with 5 points after recording one win, two draws and two defeats.