Spaniards around the world: Javi Hernández, López Habas, Gerard Zaragoza …

first_imgIn a weekend marked by the coronavirus crisis, many Spanish soccer players and coaches continued to play a leading role in foreign leagues around the world. With Europe practically on pause, the news comes from the United Arab Emirates, where Gerard Zaragoza debuted with victory at the controls of Shabab Al Ahli; to India, where López Habas’ ATK conquered the Super League.Javi Hernández makes ATK championTwo goals from Javi Hernandez, which had not yet scored this season, led ATK to become the first Indian club to conquer the Asian country Super League three times. The team led by Antonio López Habas He beat Chennaiyin with a double from the Salamanca midfielder and another from Zaragoza from Edu García. Mandi Sosa replaced the injured Roy Krishna in the first half and Victor Mongil he had minutes in the second half. Agus García, meanwhile, was out of the call for family reasons.He also had a great weekend Gerard Zaragoza, who made his debut in front of Shabab Al Ahli with a win (2-5) in the Ajman field, where they did not have the presence of spectators to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Pedro Conde was a substitute and entered the 84 ‘. Those from Dubai continue to lead the UAE League, a competition that announced its suspension for health reasons on Monday.There will also be no more football until further notice in Qatar, where Al Sadd’s Xavi Hernandez He took advantage of the weekend to access the Emir Cup semifinals. He did so after eliminating Al Wakrah from Tintin Marquez, who managed to equal an unfavorable 0-2 in the second half.(embed) (/ embed) Worst news comes from Bangladesh, where the Bashundara Kings of Oscar Bruzón He chained two defeats consecutively for the first time since the arrival of the coach from Vigo to the city of Nilphamari. Days after beating TC Sport 5-1 in their AFC Cup debut, the kings fell 3-4 to Abahani Chittagong, leaving them, however, just three points from the lead.Totally different is the moment that Al Orouba lives from José Manuel Martínez (coach), Carlos Jiménez (physical trainer and analyst) and Sergio Rodríguez (goalkeeping coach). The South-based team defeated Bahla 1-0 and string together four victories in a row in the Omani First Division. Salvation, however, continues to be a pipe dream: in the absence of three days, five points separate them from permanence. The competition was also suspended due to the coronavirus.In Oceania the A-League does continue. On the last day before the presence of the public was banned in the Perth Glory stands, with Diego Castro Y Juande Prados in the starting eleven, he achieved a creditable draw (0-0) in the field of the leader, Sydney FC. In New Zealand, where concentrations of more than 500 people have been banned, the Auckland City of coach José Manuel Figueira and footballers Eñaut Zubikarai, Ángel Berlanga and Albert Riera won, who they won the Charity Cup after defeating Eastern Suburbs 0-2.In Africa, more specifically in Angola, the Petro de Luanda led by Toni Cosano equaled (2-2) at home against Interclube, which allows you to continue colliding the leaderboard together with Primeiro de Agosto.World football fadesThe coronavirus crisis continues to plague the sport and foreign competitions with Spanish footballers or coaches can continue to be counted on the fingers of one hand. This weekend the last matches were played in El Salvador, Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Serbia or Bolivia. In Rwanda or Australia they will play behind closed doors. They resist, although for a short time, the championships of Nicaragua or Cambodia.last_img

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