Gómez is similar to Rony and Hulk and outwit Palmeiras’ opponents in tanks | palm

Determining another Palmeiras victory, Gustavo Gómez currently holds a position that is not very common for the defender. With a goal scored in a 2-1 victory over São Paulo, last Monday, Paraguay netted six goals and equalized for forward Rony in the team’s highest score in the national tournament.

The main thing is not only among Palmeiras. Compared to some of Palmeiras’ opponents in the tournament, MParaguay has already equalized the number of goals scored by Hulk, from Atlético-MG, and Marcos Leonardo, from Santos, and is ahead of Corinthians Róger Guedes (four goals). and Flamengo Gabigol player (three goals).

Brasileirão’s top scorer is São Paulo Calleri, with nine goals.

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Prior to the previous match against São Paulo, Gómez had already scored in the victory over Corinthians (3-0) and Santos (1-0), which left Abel Ferreira’s team with 100% success against government opponents in the first round of Brasileirão.

Gustavo Gómez celebrates Palmeiras’ goal against São Paulo – Photo: Marcos Ribolli

Last week, Paraguay also participated directly in the 4-2 victory over Atlético-GO. On Thursday, when Palmeiras returned to Allianz Parque they had two goals from the captain.

With Morumbi, Paraguay made good use of Scarpa’s cross to equalize Choque-Rei, in the 45th minute of the second half. The winning goal was scored by another defender, Murilo, in the 50th minute of the second half.

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In Palmeiras since 2018, Gómez has already matched his best numbers this year with an alviverde shirt. He had already scored six times in the 2020/2021 season, but in 58 matches.

Gómez numbers on palm:

  • 2022: 31 games and six goals
  • 2021: 40 games and three goals
  • 2020/2021: 58 matches and six goals
  • 2019: 42 games and five goals
  • 2018: 17 games and three goals

In total, there are 188 games and 23 goals, the numbers that make him the third most prolific defender in the club’s history, behind Luis Pereira (36 goals) and Loschiavo (32 goals). The Choque-Rei victory also made the defender the second most foreign player to win the Palmeiras jersey, tied with Arce (now 115), and just behind Valdivia (122 wins).

Palmeiras leads the Brazilian championship by 28 points and three points ahead of Corinthians. On Thursday, the team will return to Morumbi for the first leg of the last 16 of the Copa do Brasil, again against São Paulo, at 20:00 (Brasília time).

Gustavo Gómez celebrates Palmeiras’ goal against São Paulo – Photo: Marcos Ribolli

Gustavo Gómez Goals in 2022:

  • 4/9: palm 2×3 Ceará

In the 50th minute of the 2nd period – Gustavo Gómez do Palmeiras’ penalty kick against Ceará

  • 4/23: palm 3×0 Corinthians

14th minute of period 1 - Gustavo Gómez do Palmeiras header against Corinthians

14th minute of period 1 – Gustavo Gómez do Palmeiras header against Corinthians

  • 5/29: Santos 0x1 palm

In the 35th minute of the 2nd period - Gustavo Gómez do Palmeiras' goal against Santos

In the 35th minute of the 2nd period – Gustavo Gómez do Palmeiras’ goal against Santos

  • 6/16: palm 4×2 Atletico-GO

43rd minute of the 1st period - Gustavo Gómez do Palmeiras scored with a header against Atlético-GO

43rd minute of the 1st period – Gustavo Gómez do Palmeiras scored with a header against Atlético-GO

In the 48th minute of the 1st period - a goal from inside the Gustavo Gómez do Palmeiras area against Atlético-GO

In the 48th minute of the 1st period – a goal from inside the Gustavo Gómez do Palmeiras area against Atlético-GO

  • 6/20: Sao Paulo 1×2 palm

44th minute of the 2nd period - Gustavo Gómez do Palmeiras header against São Paulo

44th minute of the 2nd period – Gustavo Gómez do Palmeiras header against São Paulo

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