11/29/2022 at 19:01

    TEC


    The Turkish striker has already scored seven goals in 12 games and has become an offensive insurance for the tricolor

    The Andorra striker is tied in the scorer’s table with Armando Sadiku and Borja Bastón

    Andorra lives a sweet moment after the seventeenth day of the league. The tricolor beat Ibiza 0-1 this Monday and placed themselves again in the promotion play-off zone, sixth, with 27 points, one from Levante and Cartagena, fourth and fifth respectively.

    And a large part of that success for the Andorrans resides in a striker who arrived at the end of the summer transfer window practically unknown. Sinan Bakis He has become a sure scorer for Andorra and his was precisely the goal that was worth the three points in Can Misses this Monday.

    Bakis converted a penalty in the 11th minute that was enough for Eder Sarabia’s men to take the victory. A target with which the Turkish striker added his seventh goal in twelve games. Four of them in this month of November: a double against Lugo (4-0), one in the 0-2 against Zaragoza and the last against Ibiza. Total, nine points in which the tricolor forward has collaborated and that they have helped to place the team, again, in the noble zone.

    Bakis’s target also places him in the middle of the battle for the top scorer. With the goal in Ibiza, the Turkish striker now has seven, just one behind the top scorer, the Albanian Myrto Uzuni (Granada), who accumulates eight in his personal account, two of them from penalties, like the tricolor. He gets into the battle for that second placein which he tied with Armando Sadiku (Cartagena), which also adds seven, one of them a penalty; and Borja Bastón (Oviedo), with another seven, three from penalties.

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