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Kevin Mier was a prophet in his land

They say that no one is a prophet in their land, but that does not seem to apply to the Atlético Nacional goalkeeper, Kevin Mier who had an outstanding presentation this Saturday at the stadium Daniel Villa Zapata, where the green team defeated (0-2) Petroleum Alliance.

The born in Barrancabermeja, Santanderon May 18, 2000 (22 years old) he emerged as the figure of the party of the sixth date of the Betplay League 2-2022.

The young caretaker took advantage of the slump that his colleague had Aldair Quintana the previous semester and although it was difficult at first to end the skepticism that the fans had with those who played this role, finally he took over the title and succeeded.

Thus, in League 1 he played 24 games, in which he received 15 goals. He had 86 saves, which left him averaging 3.58 per game.

Surely this semester his numbers will be more prominent, although his expulsion in the match on the second date against Junior kept him away for a couple of days. But that was not an impediment for him to show his conditions again upon his return.

The match

From the first minutes the local imposed conditions and approached with risk repeatedly, in long-distance shots.

Efrain Navarro, Estefano Arango and Pablo Buenowere the players who tested Mier’s reflexes, who saved his team at least six times in the first half.

In the second he did the same and among others, he had a spectacular save with which he cleared the ball with a changed hand after a strong shot by Santiago Orozco.

His accurate interventions were key for the purslane team that, although they had come a little closer, was effective and scored in a free kick collection dand Yeison Guzman (57′), which hit in Richard Renteria and went to the back of the net.

In the epilogue of the game (45’+5) Jefferson Duke He shot from the half moon, scored his 97th goal with Nacional and sentenced the second victory of his team in this League, in which he reached 8 points.

Synthesis

ALLIANCE 0

Technician: Hubert Bodhert
Players: John Arthur; Ephraim Navarro (Jhair Castle, 83′), Richard Renter, Carlos Perez, Leo Saldaña; Royseel Colpa (Freddy Florez, 74) Harrison Mojica (Jesus Munoz, 57), Santiago Orozco (Ferlys Garcia, 57), Kevin London, Esteban Arango; Paul Good (Brian Gil, 57′).
Coach: Hubert Bodhert.
goals: did not score
Figure: Arturo

NATIONAL 2

Technician: Hernan Dario Herrera
Players: Kevin Mier; Andrew Roman, Emmanuel Olivera, Christian Castro (Danovis Banguero, 62′), Alvaro Angle; Jarlan Barrier (Nelson Palace, 46′), Jhon Duke (Alex Mejia, 73′), Andres Andrade; Dorlan Pabon, Jefferson Duke, Daniel Mantilla (46)
Goals: Guzman (57′) and Duke (90’+5)
Figure: Sea

Estadio: Daniel Villa Zapata. / Referee: John Hinestroza (Chocó). / Assistants: Javier Zemanate (Huila) and Jair Pozos (Nariño). / assistance: about 9,000 spectators

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