The Colombian made his debut against Gymnastics with Sacred Mantle, he had good minutes, he was mobile on the offensive front, he was able to score his first goal and after the match was over, he was praised by the fans.
Without a doubt, Miguel एंजेलngel Borja’s Going to the River Market was novel. The Greatest had to battle with Junior and Palmeiras to be able to trust the attacker, then exchange restrictions prevented the transfer but in the end the novel had a happy ending and Colombian striker Nez arrived and after several training sessions- In which he watched matches against Barracas and Velez from the stands – the former junior made his debut with Sacred Mantle against Gymnastics at Monument.
Miguel ngel Borja entered in the 27th minute of the second half in place of Lucas Beltrán. He didn’t have much contact with the ball in his first minutes, but he was well predisposed to build pressure and prevent a clear exit from the visitor. Then he had a cross with Aleman which he kicked in the ankle in an attempt to fix the ball in the middle of the field.
Minutes later he put together a very good presentation inside the field with Solari and wanted to assist him with a heel but the ball did not reach its destination. In the absence of a few minutes to close, he had two situations in front of him. Both come on from the right side with a very good low cross from Solari. In the first he defined the required left foot, in the second he shook hands with Rodrigo Rey, but the goalkeeper won the individual duel.
The reality is that Borja spent a little over fifteen minutes on the court, but commitment can be seen in this short amount of time and he is a spicy striker who likes to appear by surprise, shooting diagonals and who is sure. Formally causes headaches more of a center marker. Once the game was over, he revealed his feelings in a conversation with TNT Sports: “I loved it, I’m grateful to God for the opportunity to be here. The stage is great, I imagined it because it’s one of the most loyal fans in the country.”
“Fan support is very important, it gives confidence. His support will always be there and that’s what inspires.”Miguel ngel Borja said of the fans’ support and then mentioned the main difference between Argentine and Colombian football: “Everything is very intense, it is a very dynamic football compared to the experience in Colombia. Slowly we are connecting with our teammates.”
,Marcelo Gallardo inspired me the most to comeA coach like him is needed. With Palavecino I understand each other, I know Juanfer and Armani”, said Borja and also gave the clear opportunity that he had to replace his first target with Sacred Mantle: “I was close to scoring my first goal, the goalkeeper made it very well.”
Praise and God to Beltran. their faith in
Borja also spoke about Lucas Beltrán, with whom he competes for a position: “I saw Beltran very well, we need everyone to be champion. I want to congratulate Beltran, he is playing very well.” Finally, he mentioned his belief in God: “You always have to pray to God, every day I want to identify myself with God and it is very important for Argentina to do so.”