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May 2021

Aguirre Highlighted The Good Game

Diego Aguirre indicated after the match against Cerrito, which culminated in a 4-0 victory, that Peñarol played “a good match, just like against Cerro.”

“We found the way to goals again and got a very clear difference,” added La Fiera.

The coach highlighted “the desire that the team put in” and pointed out that “playing like this, it is difficult for Peñarol to lose.”

Diego Aguirre did not save praise for Cerrito and indicated that “they planned the game very well, they played in good form, I liked it a lot, but at one point they were overcome.”

Likewise, the Peñarol coach could not hide the difference made by the goal scored by Sergio Leal 18 seconds into the game. “I also thought we were going to be calmer, because in the first half we didn’t create more than a couple more goal situations and the first part of the game was very even,” said the former scorer.

Aguirre said that it is important that “all the members of the establishment have their opportunity and within the possible use all the changes”.

On the other hand, the coach said that “victories reassure and it was what we needed so that everything goes the normal way that everything should go. What happens is that in previous games we had also played well, but they wanted us to believe that it was all wrong, and it wasn’t. You have to be calm and as the team found the goals, everything was going to go well.

Finally, Aguirre said that he does not consider winning the championship in such a strong way. “We must think game after game, win and then see if it gives us to stay with the first tournament of the year. This is very even and anyone can get points from you. If we play like against Cerro or Cerrito, it makes a difference,” he explained the coach of Peñarol.


The Best Players From the Premier League 2021

The Premier League has always set a high standard for football and helped players produce their best. Despite being a weird season for football, players have managed to shine and help their clubs reach European glory. Due to that, we can always look into the best players from the league and understand how things have come up towards the end of the season. Hence, go ahead and read more about the best players from the Premier League 2021.

Harry Kane

Harry Kane

The leading goal scorer for Tottenham and the entire league is clearly someone worth exploring. Harry Kane has always come forward to help his team score the right goals, despite Tottenham not being able to achieve silverware. His remarkable spirit and talent are all visible, and he is now in competition with Mohamed Salah of Liverpool for the Golden Boot. Thanks to that, Kane is clearly one of the best in the league, and he still has a lot to offer.

Bruno Fernandes

Bruno Fernandez has had a transformative effect on Manchester United, and it has worked to the fullest. The Portuguese international has scored a ton of goals for the club and has managed to lift them to a whole new extent. Thanks to his extensive set of heroics and Ole’s strategic decision-making skills, fans of United can look towards another great season as their team comes close to being the ones on top.

Ruben Dias

The fact that Ruben Dias is only 23 is both exciting for City and alarming for the rest of the clubs. As a defender who was bought for £65million, Dias was quick to show his worth and let the fans know that he is home. Dias has been at the top of his game this season and has blocked a number of goals from all kinds of strikers. Due to his excellent set of skills and a combined team effort, City sees themselves heading towards the final of the Champions League, where they will face Chelsea.

Jesse Lingard

Jesse Lingard

The Jesse Lingard story is some of the best comeback stories that you will ever hear in recent times. After suffering a huge blow at Manchester United, Lingard went ahead to be sent off on loan to West Ham. And from January, Lingard began showcasing his talent and ultimately became one of the best players in the league. With a wide number of assists, goals, and a lot more, Lingard was quick to take things forward and help the world understand that it is not the end of his career.

While the league has clearly showcased more talent, we believe a list of four needs to be the best. Hence, that was our take on the best Premier League players of 2021.

Everyone knows that Penarol is my life

Carlos Bueno is more than a forward scorer for Peñarol. He is a fan infiltrated on the field. He is dying for this shirt and dreams of one day, when he leaves football, returning to Amsterdam to cheer on the team.

“Everyone knows that Peñarol is my life. I leave my life for this club and I do not change it for anything,” confessed the forward.

“Now I’m in the club, playing in the first, like my idols, who was going to see the stands, and I’m going to fight it until the end for the club,” he added.

The club’s crest has been tattooed on his heart for a year and a half. “The thing is that one is more of a fan than one imagines. When I am on the court many times I behave as a fan rather than as a player. I am both at the same time,” said the Artiguense.

Name: Carlos Eber Bueno Suárez
Date of birth: May 10, 1980
Place of birth: Artigas
Weight: 72 kilos
Height: 1.78 meters
Position: forward
Career: First of Peñarol since 1999.
“I feel the things that happen to Peñarol as a fan. I feel the same way as the fans when the team loses or draws a draw,” Bueno said.

Carlos Bueno played for Wanderers de Artigas and, at the beginning of 1997, he arrived in Peñarol.

As soon as he arrived in Montevideo, he went to the Santa Rita school complex to train with the club’s fifth division.

That year he became the division’s top scorer with 24 goals and was summoned by Víctor Púa for the sub-20 team that participated in the South American of Argentina in 1999.

The player recalled that in 1997 and 1998 he went with some friends from the interior to Amsterdam to see the team. “Now it’s my turn to be inside and I don’t want to disappoint anyone. I want to score a lot of goals for the club, but the most important thing is that Peñarol wins, no matter who scored.”

“When one has scoring streaks, the important thing is to maintain them for personal good, but also for the rest of the teammates, with whom we share many things throughout the year,” said Bueno.

On the other hand, he pointed out that he enjoys this personal moment, although he hopes that the team will find the winning path. “I am calm. If I can make one or two goals better, but that Peñarol wins is what is really important,” said the Artiguense.

In this sense, he added that the club’s winning mystique must be maintained “for those who have just arrived and also for those who return.”