Raúl de Tomás, the pylon hammer

The passionate derbies who played in his undeniable stage of Madrid training ended, already in his professional stage, in only two clashes with Atlético de Madrid. The first, with the shirt of the Rayo Vallecano, in 2019. The last one, just a year later, already as a Espanyol player, with a goal that he celebrated as if it were his before the repetitions revealed that Stefan Savic had anticipated him to sneak him into his own goal. Raúl de Tomás Not only ‘virgin’ arrives against whoever was his eternal rival as a youth squad, but also in this League. And that which is the First’s pylon hammer.

There is the paradox that, although has not yet managed to dust off his locker, in the first three days the striker parakeet has been the one who has finished the most on goal of the entire championship, on five occasions. He is matched only by another Barcelona resident, the Dutch Memphis Depay, who nevertheless transformed two – practically half – of those shots. They are followed, with four shots, by Vinicius Júnior (Real Madrid), Youssef En-Nesyri (Sevilla), Carlos Soler (Valencia), Iñaki Williams (Athletic) Mikel Oyarzabal (Real Sociedad), Kike García (Osasuna) and Fer Niño (Mallorca) ). They all scored. At Atlético, the top finishers between the three suits are, with three, Yannick Carrasco and Ángel Correa; in the case of the Argentine, the effectiveness is opposite to that of the parakeet attacker: one hundred percent.

The desire that Raúl de Tomás will have for the rojiblancos will be enormous, for all this and much more. Until that ‘no goal’ of March 1, 2020 at the RCDE Stadium against those of Diego Simeone, counted by goals all his matches with Espanyol, four garters and one in the Copa del Rey. Since that day, he never scored again in First.

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Yes he did, and in what way, last season in Second, where he was proclaimed top scorer with 23 goals and an insulting goal average for every two shots on goal, practically, since it registered 50 in 37 parties. After having played everything without success against Osasuna (0-0), Villarreal (0-0) and Mallorca (1-0), this Sunday is presented as something more than a revalidation for De Tomás, a pylon hammer that blow by blow molds his coming goals.

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