Julian Alvarez had its historic night on River Plate’s 121st birthday: after not having scored in this Copa Libertadores, no less than six goals were dispatched against Alianza Lima. He reached 51 points and He was four behind Borré, the top scorer of the Marcelo Gallardo era.
Alvarez He had not scored so far in the Copa Libertadores and not only did he break the drought, but he scored six goals at the Monumental stadium: three in the first half and the other three in the second half. Thus, he became the first River Plate player to make that amount in an official match.
The Spider with this historic performance Send a message to Manchester and Pep Guardiola. If the City manager requires it, he will be there to fight for a position in the ‘Sky Blue’ with Erling Haalandbrand new star addition to the Premier League champion.