World class! Former Boca player made his debut on the net in the Premier League and gave his team an agonizing draw

The Premier League it’s packed with impressive talent and outsized matches to enjoy watching soccer. Even a Crystal Palace Vs Brighton And Hove, which in names does not sound attractive, is a round trip so as not to get up from the chair. The Argentine player ex Boca, Alexis Mac Allister he debuted on the net in the best tournament in the world and gave his team the agonizing draw in the 45th minute of the second half.

The midfielder born in the lower Argentinos Juniors entered the 32 minutes of the second half. Crystal Palace defeated Brighton 1-0 and coach Graham Potter sent the former Boca onto the court to try to equalize the score. Mac Allister entered in great form, fast, moving and with a shot from outside the area, as he characterizes it, he scored the final one on one.

Brighton took a hoot from the Palace court in a game that started losing in the 19th minute with a controversial penalty. Former Manchester United striker Wilfred Zaha opened the account for the locals, who after taking the lead put everything behind. And so much does the jug go to the fountain that in the end it breaks, the visitor insisted and drew thanks to Alexis’s goal.

Attack some more

Graham Potter’s team shows a very different physiognomy from last season. Brighton knows that to maintain the category it will no longer be enough for him to just defend himself and come out of against throwing balls at nine. He tries to play, attacks from the sides, widens the field and in that search for the right foot, Mac Allister can be essential due to his great punch with a moving ball and a stopped ball.

Shake from outside

Alexis Mac Allister was a starter in Gustavo Alfaro’s team playing as a left-hand midfielder, shot well on the wing. The technician of the English team uses it in the center, well hooked, floating behind the forwards and that position can be very useful for him to have the front arc. Today he took advantage of it in the best way, taking a right hand that dug into the net after 90 minutes of play.

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