Luis Suárez scored his first goal for Nacional, who beat Rentistas (3-0)

Luis Suárez scored his first goal for Nacional, who beat Rentistas (3-0)

August 5, 2022, 9:40 PM

August 5, 2022, 9:40 PM

The star Luis Suárez scored his first goal this Friday with the Nacional jersey after his return to the club this week, to make it 3-0 against Rentistas in the match played in the Gran Parque Central for the second date of the Closing tournament of Uruguayan soccer.

Celeste’s all-time top scorer head aheadafter a corner kick executed by Brian Ocampo, to score the third goal of the game in the 58th minute, after having entered at the beginning of the second half.

The last goal of the Pistolero playing for the Bag had been on June 25, 2006, against Rocha, in a match that ended 2-0 in favor of Nacional and gave him the title of the Uruguayan Championship 2005-2006, before starting his career in Europe.

El Bolso had already gone ahead on the scoreboard in the first half, with goals from Jose Luis Rodriguez at 3 minutes and Juan Ignacio Ramírez at 42, so the Pistolero entered a match that his team faced comfortably.

Suárez was very participatorygoing down to build play with the midfielders and fighting a lot of balls.

The goalkeeper of Rentistas, Lucas Machado, drowned out two clear goal cries: at 83 he saved a penalty and at 90 he was stopped by a spectacular volley that went into the left corner.

This was his second match since returning to Uruguay last Sunday to wear the jersey of his first club again, in which he made his professional debut 17 years ago.

On Tuesday, with just one day of training with the main squad, played the last 20 minutes of the match first leg of the Copa Sudamericana quarterfinals against Atlético Goianiense, in which Nacional lost 1-0.

The result of this Friday gives Bolso his first 3 points in the Clausura tournament, after having lost on the first date against Deportivo Maldonado by 2-1.

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