Pablo completed 100 matches for Sao Paulo on Tuesday. And there’s nothing better than swinging the nets on the day you hit that milestone. Against 4 de Jolo, for the Copa do Brasil, the striker scored three goals to put his team in the round of 16 of the competition.
Surviving the first match, in Piaui, Pablo, in addition to puffing the net three times that night, provided a assist. Participating in four of Sao Paulo’s nine goals against 4 de Jolo, the forward has shown coach Hernan Crespo that he is in a position to continue playing for the team.
“I am very happy with 100 matches, completing 100 matches in a great team like Sao Paulo is not easy, we have many players who have reached this level, and it shows the perfect work the club is doing, which gives continuity to the players.” “I’m happy to win the three goals and it’s the first time in his career that this has happened,” said Pablo M.
Despite this treble being something unprecedented in his career as a professional player, the striker has yet to move to take home the memory of that match. In general, athletes who score three goals in one match take the ball signed by all of their teammates, which ends up missing the three-color jersey.
“I forgot to catch the ball, but I will catch it later and make my teammates sign, because despite my three goals, the team played very well. When you score goals, it generates a lot of confidence. I scored three goals today, but many players They scored against them all season. This shows that everyone is committed to dedicating themselves and working in a positive way for Sao Paulo.”
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