Salomón Rondón, the “tower” of Pachuca that not only stands out for its height – La Opinion

Salomón Rondón, the “tower” of Pachuca that not only stands out for its height – La Opinion

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José Salomón Rondón is, without a doubt, one of the best signings in Mexican football. The former River Plate player led Pachuca in the round of 16 of the Concacaf Champions League. With a hat trick, the Venezuelan led the Aztec team to a 6-0 victory against the Philadelphia Union. The South American has shown that his success It is not only due to his physical prowess.

The historic scorer of the Venezuelan national team arrived at Liga MX with a great sign on his back. At 34 years old, hePhysical power and aerial play continue to be one of Rondón’s trademarks.

However, the former Premier League player has shown, with goals, which is not a limited attacker. This is one of the reasons why Salomón Rondón arrives in Mexico after having played for more than ten years in Europe in clubs of respected prestige.

Salomón Rondón without header goals

At 1.89 meters tall, Anyone would imagine that the header would be one of the Venezuelan striker’s trademarks., because this is what he has demonstrated in his career. Salomón Rondón has shown his entire “artistic” repertoire, beyond the aerial game, in the Liga MX and in the Concachampions.

The “Gladiador” has played 13 games with the Tuzos del Pachuca shirt. The Clausura 2024 and the Concachampions have been the scenarios in which the Venezuelan attacker has participated. During that number of games, Rondón has scored 10 goals and given 3 assists.

The curious thing about the case is that none of those annotations They have been with the head: seven with the right foot (three of them from a penalty) and another three with the left foot.

The Vinotinto scorer is an addition that once again excites the Tuzos del Pachuca. With the help of Guillermo Almada and the contributions of Salomón Rondón, The Mexican team is in fourth position in the Liga MX, just three points behind the leader, Rayados de Monterrey.

In addition, the Aztec team registered its name in the quarterfinals of the Concacaf Champions League. Los Tuzos await a rival that will be defined by the winner of the key between Robinhood and Herediano of Costa Rica.

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