Alejandro Orfila, Temperley’s coach, surprised everyone with the inclusion of Facundo Krüger instead of the historic Luis López in the last match and the former Cañuelas more than fulfilled his promise in a crucial match: with his two goals, the striker was one of the figures from Saturday’s 3-1 victory against Patronato on matchday 32 of the Primera Nacional and had a perfect match.
Krüger opened the scoring in the 4th minute with a first-class finish after a pass from Tobías Reinhart and then, in stoppage time, he scored the third to close the story at the Alfredo Beranger stadium.
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“The truth is that I ended up happy because I was able to score two goals, my first double in the club, but what makes me most happy is that it helped the team add three very important points,” said the former Cañuelas, the scorer, at a press conference. .
The forward made the most of the opportunity that coach Orfila gave him by starting him and rounded off a good game, being important in several facets of the game. “The truth is that I felt good on the field. I tried to be helpful to the team and if I criticized myself today, I should have scored more goals because I had several situations to score. And you always want more,” he highlighted.
Throughout the match, and beyond his two goals, Krüger had a leading role because he was a constant concern for the Patronato’s last line, since he always demanded them and had three other clear chances to score more goals, but the most The complement was clear with a header that required a great response from goalkeeper Julio Salva. “If we go into details and I become self-critical, I should have scored more goals,” lamented one of the high points in the victory in Turdera.
The forward reached four goals in the season with his two goals against Patron (he had previously scored against San Martín de Tucumán and Flandria) and in this way he establishes himself as one of the team’s top scorers below Luis López ( 8), Patricio Cucchi (5) and Adrián Arregui (5). Franco Ayunta, the team’s other forward, has four. And about the competition he has, “Pesadilla” commented: “It is a difficult competition due to the quantity and quality of forwards there are. One cannot relax. We learn from the other because the competition is healthy.”
OPTIMIST OF LIFE
Krüger, who stood out with the Cañuelas shirt in the Primera B and thanks to that he was able to make the jump to Temperley, is the protagonist of a true story of improvement, since at the age of 16, as a result of a car accident, he suffered a triple open fracture of the tibia, fibula and ankle that almost ruined her dream of being a soccer player.
Due to that accident, he was unable to walk for several months, more than a year and a half off the courts, with an external fixator in his foot that also prevented him from going to school and moving around comfortably.
“The doctors had told me to forget about football, since I was not going to walk well again,” he had told Diario La Unión about the “worst moment” of his life. “They told me that there was a great chance that the injury had touched the growth plate. And when that happens, the chances of being sick or lame were many. That’s why it was a very hard moment, the worst moment of my life, because the Doctors told me I wouldn’t be able to play football,” he added.
The effort of not giving up and continuing in search of your dream is rewarded today with a very good present in the future. Gasoline in the First National and the intact hope of achieving one of the promotions to the Professional League.
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