Striker Luis Adriano could reach this Tuesday, against Bahia, the 100-game mark for Palm trees. The player arrived in Verdau in 2019, when he played 15 matches and scored seven goals. In the following season, he participated in 56 matches and scored 20 goals, and in the current season, he entered the field 28 times and shook the opponents’ nets in four chances.
Luiz Adriano has excellent numbers with Palestra: he is the fourth top scorer in the squad overall with 31 goals, in addition to having the second best goal average in the history of Allianz Parque, having scored 0.36 balls in the net per game (15 goals). in 41 matches). He is also the fifth top scorer in the arena with 15 goals.
Experienced and decisive, Luis Adriano was one of Palmeiras’ most prominent goals in winning the Triple Crown in 2020. The team’s top scorer with 20 goals, he made his mark in the key moments of the season, netting in the Paulista final against Corinthians (1st place), In the semi-finals of the Libertadores against the River Argentina (3-0) and in the semi-finals of the Copa Brasil against America-MG, in Belo Horizonte (2-0).
He is also one of three Palmeirenses to score in all regular competitions last year, being Palmeiras’ top scorer in Libertadores (and elected to the competition selection by Conmebol), the second top scorer in the Brazilian national team and second in goal sharing overall, with 23 actions (done Add goals and aids). In addition, the number 10 shirt has already scored a hat-trick at Allianz Parque, against Fluminense, in Brasileirao 2019, and against Guarani (Bar), in the Libertadores 2020.
Luiz Adriano is still the idol and top scorer in the history of Shakhtar Donetsk-UCR, with 128 goals, the team in which he was the champion of Ukraine six times (he was the top scorer of the tournament in 2013/2014 with 20 goals). He won four Ukrainian Cups and the 2008/2009 Europa League, even scoring in the final.
He is also the seventh greatest Brazilian scorer in Champions League history, with 21 goals – in this ranking, only Neymar, Kaka, Rivaldo, Jardel, Elber and Mazzola, revealed by Palmeiras, have scored more often in the continent’s biggest competition. on the planet.
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