Gigantic! Choco Lozano uncovers with a hat-trick with Cádiz against Villarreal and makes history in Spain – Diez – Diario Deportivo

The world of soccer witnessed on Tuesday, October 26, 2021, how a Honduran left an indelible mark in one of the best leagues in the world such as the Spanish championship of First division.

Antony Rubén Lozano Colón, trained in the academies of San Pedro Sula and a native of the department of Yoro, made a historic triplet in the frustrated 3-3 draw of the Cadiz in front of Villarreal in the historic La Cerámica stadium, formerly called El Madrigal, where the locals recovered from a 1-3 against in the discount.

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The Honduran who wears the ‘9’ from Cadiz did the unthinkable on matchday 11 of the Spanish league: he opened the score at 14 ‘, made his double at 45’ and scored the third goal at 51 ‘, having an opportunity to extend his quota scorer in the match when she missed a heads-up at 69 ‘, where she was injured in the race and left two minutes later.

For Villarreal, Pau Torres (43 ‘), Boulaye Dia (80’) and Arnaut Danjuma (90 + 5 ‘) scored.

– The historic hat-trick of Choco Lozano –

The first occurred after a lateral center of Alex Fernandez – brother of Nacho, Real Madrid defender – which the catracho finished off first with his left leg, his least skillful, with a tremendous cajonazo that sank the net defended by the Spanish Sergio Asenjo.

The second target of the match came from a free kick taken by Fali; Choco he put her to sleep with his left thigh, left his rival behind and bit her with his right hand before the local goalkeeper came out. At halftime, Honduras and the social networks celebrated how the Sampedrano referent made his mark, again, against Villarreal at home, since his first score in La Liga was in the same stadium, when he played for Girona (03/03/18) .

The story was seeded at minute 51 ‘when Antony Ruben made his hat-trick: the play came after a great counterattack run by the Cadiz team. Isaac Carcelén assisted with a pass to the body that the Honduran oriented oriented and scored a goal with his right to put the 1-3 in La Cerámica.

His night could be even more gigantic, as the catracho had a masterful opportunity to score his fourth touchdown, but failed in the heads-up after a run from field to field; on that play Choco he was injured and left the substitution at 71 ‘. It should be noted that at 50 ‘Antony was booked.

WATCH: Choco Lozano’s reaction after his triplet against Villarreal

– Other information about Choco –

This was the second time that Lozano scored against him ‘Yellow Submarine‘, because the yellow ones were his first victim in La Liga; He did it on March 3, 2018, on the same stage, when he was playing with the Girona. These were the sixth, seventh and eighth target of the Honduran in the Spanish first division.

The other five goals of Choco Lozano in the Spanish league: 0-2 vs Villarreal (03/03/18), 0-1 vs Real Madrid (10/17/20), 1-1 vs Cádiz (01/04/21), 3-1 vs Alavés (01/10/ 21), 1-2 vs Celta (09/17/21).

Lush reached a record at Cádiz: he became the second player (Jorge ‘Mágico’ González in 1986) in the club’s history to convert a hat-trick and the first to do so away from home in the Spanish league.

– Cádiz, near the relegation zone –

Cadiz he missed a barbaric opportunity to succeed, since he has not won since date 5 when the Honduran also starred in the 1-2 against Celta; Lozano scored and led to a penalty.

With this result, the Cadiz team rises to 17th place, one above the last place of the descent, after having won only one game, tied and lost five. On the other hand, Villarreal is twelfth with 14 points, as they have not won in their last three games.

The next match of the team led by Álvaro Cérvera will be on Sunday at 7 am against Mallorca at the Nuevo Mirandilla stadium, home of Cádiz.


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Gigantic! Choco Lozano uncovers with a hat-trick with Cádiz against Villarreal and makes history in Spain – Diez – Diario Deportivo