Álex played his 250 match against Elche as a professional. The Madrid midfielder has reached that figure when You are in the prime of your career. At the individual level, for his game (leader of Cádiz) and his goals (his most productive year facing goal); and in the bus, with the aim of closing a historic year with the long-awaited promotion to First from 'his' Cádiz.
It is precisely with the yellow team with which he has the most games: 123 in three seasons, in which he has scored 22 goals (12 of them in this course). With Elche, yesterday's rival, he played 36 games, scoring three goals during the 2016-17 season. With Espanyol he played the same (36) during the 2013-14 and 2014-15 seasons, although without goals.
Álex comes from the Real Madrid youth team. With the white subsidiary he was between 2010 and 2013. It was during the 2012-13 season, playing in the Second, when I play 32 games (three goals). With the first team he played two more games: one in the League (vs Racing) and one in the Cup (vs Alcoyano). To these games we must add the 21 he played outside of Spain in his two European adventures. During the second part of the season in 2014-15, he was on loan at the Rijeka from Croatia. There he played eleven games, scoring two goals. A season later, he was on loan again. This time in England, to play in the Reading of the Championship (English Second Division).
As we said, Álex reaches this figure when things are going better for him. The man from Madrid is happy in Cádiz, he has a contract until 2022 and his dream is to play on the yellow team for many more years and if it can be in First Division, the better. “In Cádiz soccer is lived, it is a passion. Of all the places I have been, this is where soccer is most lived. I have become very hooked on what the club is, the people, and there is connection with This stadium has something different. I, who have played on large fields … is a stadium where any footballer would like to be. I think I have many years left here “, he commented during the confinement in a talk with Carlos Coello, world champion of Muaithai.