The Argentine attackers were close to reaching Peruvian football for the 2023 season and now they are a figure in their country’s league.
University of Sports j Alliance of Lima This Sunday, February 19th, they face off in a re-imagining of the Peruvian soccer classic. Both teams have been heavily reinforced with important players for this season. However, these two sides were unable to stop the arrival of two Argentine forwards who have become figures of the country Argentine League. Is about Bruno Sepulveda j Paul Vegeta. Therefore, in this note, we tell you more details about their frustrated passes to the local tournament and their current numbers.
Who is Bruno Sepúlveda and why didn’t he make it to university?
Bruno Sepulveda He is a 30-year-old Argentine football player who plays as a forward. During his career he went through several squads in his country including Sol de Mayor, Juventud Unida, Arsenal de Sarandí among others.
Sepúlveda has 4 goals in the Argentine league.
By early 2023, the attacker had arranged everything to sign University of Sports. However, Estudiantes RC, the club that holds his pass card, didn’t accept his departure and ended up loaning him to Argentina’s professional league Barracas Central.
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This season, the gunner has played 270 minutes and scored four goals in three games, a number that puts him as the top scorer in the competition.
Who is Pablo Vegetti and why didn’t he make it to Alianza Lima?
Paul Vegeta He is a 34-year-old Argentine soccer player who plays as a center forward. The ‘9’ has worn the jerseys of San Carlos, Chilean Rangers, Ferro, Gimnasia, Colón de Santa Fe, Boca Unidos, Instituto de Córdoba and Belgrano.
Vegetti has 3 goals in the Argentine league.
At the beginning of the campaign, the experienced player was one of the main options to strengthen the attack Alliance of Lima looking towards League 1 and the Copa Libertadores. However, the forward eventually decided to extend his contract with Belgrano to play in his country’s first division.
So far this year, the ‘tanque’ has played 262 minutes in three games of the Rio de la Plata tournament, where he has already scored three goals, two of which he scored against River Plate.