The defender is a celebrity in his country, where all his movements follow the minute. The last, exercising during quarantine at his Madrid home. Advíncula continues with his exercise routine and has shown on social networks how to care for squats, which combines with weights. Now their sights will only be on LaLiga and Rayo, after the South American qualifiers for the Qatar 2022 World Cup (set for March 26 and 31) were also canceled due to this pandemic. The Euro Cup will be postponed until 2021, but it will not be the only international event affected by the coronavirus crises. CONMEBOL has also decided to postpone the Copa América, which was to be held in Argentina and Colombia between June 12 and July 12, next year. This decision will positively influence Rayo, who may count on Advíncula if LaLiga resumes. The franjirrojo team would have one of their fixed at eleven to face the final stretch of the championship and even the promotion playoff. That, in the hypothetical case that the Vallecanos got into positions that are now six points away. Advíncula’s Peru reached the final of the last edition of the Copa América, where they fell against Brazil 3-1. The winger caught on in a great competition and made Rayo move a file and exercise a purchase option of around three million. Last summer the possibility of it coming up was considered. However, the international continued in the franjirrojas ranks and has become important within the team. So much so that today, he is the owner and lord of the right lane. Hence, in the January window his departure was ruled out, despite the interest on the part of several Premier, Series A and Primera teams.
Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. Liverpool: Mohamed Salah admitted Liverpool got complacent as the Champions League holders let Salzburg recover from three goals down before the Egypt star finally sealed a dramatic 4-3 win on Wednesday.Jurgen Klopp’s side were 3-0 up by the 36th minute at Anfield thanks to goals from Sadio Mane, Andrew Robertson and Salah. But the Premier League leaders took their foot off the gas and allowed Salzburg to draw level in the second half.Salah restored order as his 69th minute goal secured Liverpool’s first win in their second match of the Group E campaign.It was a tougher night than Liverpool expected and Salah conceded the Reds weren’t focused enough after their early goal-blitz.”When we were winning three, we needed to score a fourth, fifth and sixth. It’s a little bit bad because the human mind says ‘OK we are going to win this’,” Salah told BT Sport.”They made it a game for us but we are happy to get the three points. That’s the most important thing.”I think they can be a very dangerous team. We have to just now think about each game. That is the most important thing.”Salah was delighted to see Scotland left-back Robertson get a rare goal.It was only Robertson’s second goal for the club since arriving from Hull in 2017.”Finally he scored! We are happy for him. He doesn’t score a lot,” Salah said.”He’s given everything for the game. He’s given everything for the team. So we’re very happy for him.”While Liverpool took the points, Salzburg’s battling effort made it a memorable 100th European Cup match at Anfield.Salzburg’s teenage striker Erling Braut Haaland scored their equaliser to maintain his fine form after netting a hat-trick in the group opener against Genk.His father Alf-Inge Haaland also scored at Anfield during his playing career with Leeds and Erling said: “Now I have the same number of goals here. He’s always telling me ‘I scored at Anfield, I scored at Anfield!'”Now I can say it back to him: ‘So have I!'” footballliverpoolmohamed salahRed Bull Salzburg First Published: October 3, 2019, 6:59 PM IST