Girona is disheveled: 14 goals in the last seven games

Girona is unleashed in attack. One of the reasons for the good work of the rojiblanco team in recent days has to do with their offensive inspiration and is that in the last seven league games he has scored 14 goals. His current average is two goals per game. Thanks to this, they have become a difficult team to win and this has allowed them to dream of the promotion playoff by being seventh. They currently glimpse Sporting, fifth, and Rayo, sixth, four points away.

The 3-5-2 for which Francisco bet days ago seems to have disheveled the team in attack and not only is he much more protagonist of the games with the ball, but also training upstairs with Stuani and Sylla is a guarantee of success. Since the two have met on the pitch, Girona is fearsome and, furthermore, they are seeing the goal with ease. The data confirm this and it is that While the Uruguayan has scored three goals (and one assist) in the last five games, the Senegalese has catapulted himself as the great rojiblanco top scorer of the season because he has celebrated four goals (and two assists) in the last seven games. Their figures are being very good in the League (Stuani has eight goals and one assist and Sylla, nine goals and five assists), but the most important thing is that Nahuel Bustos has also joined the cause. The Argentine is already perfectly adapted to the rojiblanco game and he has scored two goals in the last three games.

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What is clear is that Girona has left behind the problems in attack that it accumulated at the start of the League and during some sections of the season. Now the team works perfectly and their three forwards are in a sweet moment. They have actively contributed to making the rojiblanco block the eighth highest scorer, with 37, second and reaches the last seven days in the position of fighting to be in the promotion playoff. Of course, to continue cutting points to its maximum rivals it is not allowed to fail. And this Sunday they visit an Oviedo full of morale after beating Sporting in the Asturian derby.