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The Uruguayan National Team equalized without goals in their first match of the World Cup in Qatar 2022. South Korea managed to sustain the attacks of Luis Suárez, Darwin Núñez and Edinson Cavani. The goal did not arrive and quickly in the memory the name of Sebastián el “Loco” Abreu, the iconic Charrúa player who had an extensive stint in the Liga MX.
Former Uruguayan striker he played in 31 teams throughout his entire career which began in 1994 and concluded in January of this year. Sebastián Abreu hung up his boots with the shirt of the Olimpia Minas at 45 years of age.
However, that extensive career with 31 different clubs continues to inflate, but now as a coach. The footballer who gained eternal fame thanks to taking a penalty in the 2010 World Cup in South Africahas led five teams in just three years as a quarterback.
The career of “Loco” on the bench began with the Santa Tecla from Bolivia, Boston River from Uruguay, Always Ready from Bolivia, Paysandú from Uruguay and finally with the Cesar Vallejo University of Perua team that is currently led by the former Uruguayan footballer.
Abreu’s passage through Liga MX
Washington Sebastián Abreu Gallo played in seven teams in Mexican soccer. The South American attacker wore the club shirts as UANL Tigers, Tecos, Cruz Azul, Águilas del América, Dorados de Sinaloa, Monterrey and San Luis. In Mexican soccer, “Loco” scored 116 goals.
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