Angel CORREA, ICARDI double, HIGUAIN, LAMELA and more score

Angel Correa Atletico Madrid

A total of six Argentine’s scored for their clubs on Wednesday.

To add to the two goals scored on Tuesday by David ABRAHAM and Gabriel MERCADO, Angel CORREA, Mauro ICARDI, Gonzalo HIGUAIN, Erik LAMELA, Pablo DE BLASIS and Lucas CASTRO all scored on Wednesday.

Angel CORREA came off the bench and scored for Atletico Madrid in their 1-1 draw against Barcelona at the Camp Nou. CORREA capitalized on a MASCHERANO slip as he was left alone with TER STEGEN and slotted the ball off the post and in.

Mauro ICARDI scored twice in 7 minutes in Inter’s 2-0 win against Empoli. ICARDI’s first goal was yet another header and the second a perfectly rolled in pass to him as he beat the goalkeeper with a calm finish.

Gonzalo HIGUAIN scored for Juventus in their 4-0 win against Cagliari. Paulo DYBALA also took part in the match.

Pablo DE BLASIS scored in the 92nd minute to give Mainz the 2-1 win against Werder Bremen. The goal was his third of the season.

Lucas CASTRO scored for Chievo Verona in their 2-1 win against Sassuolo.

Erik LAMELA scored for Mauricio POCHETTINO’s men in their 5-0 thrashing against Gillingham in the EFL Cup.

Angel CORREA’s goal:

Mauro ICARDI’s goals:

Gonzalo HIGUAIN’s goal:

Pablo DE BLASSIS’ goal:

Lucas CASTRO’s goal:

Erik LAMELA’s goal:


  1. Profile photo of Antonio MontanaAntonio Montana

    Maybe a 3-5-2 with higuain and dybala upfront…Musacchio otamendi and funes mori in back … Dimaria banega gaitan with biglia and mascherano holding … Bring icardi in for higuain and aguero for dimaria in 65th minute…

  2. Profile photo of EnganCheEnganChe

    I think Bauza should use this line up against Peru, 5-3-2.


    Roncaglia—-Demichelis—Mercado—–Funes Mori——-Rojo

    —– ——–Biglia——-Augusto———-Mascherano———


    Very pragmatic, very solid formation, there is no way Peru can break through, especially if we have Rojo, Demichelis and Roncaglia on the team, not to mention three(!) defensive midfielders and two strong #9 that hold the ball with their back to Peruvian defence. There you have it Bauza, take note!

    1. Profile photo of Jack!Jack!

      With all due respect’s EC, that is one chicken shit approach. You want to play with with 2 numbers 9’s, play with 5 in the back….

      Wait is this a troll post?

      1. Profile photo of EnganCheEnganChe

        Yes, my friend, this was meant to be tongue-in-cheek 🙂 Satire can be a powerful weapon that sometimes distorts and caricatures an idea to make a larger point

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