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Eleven statistical ideal from Latin America included four players from the Peruvian tournament


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Lima, December 29, 2021Updated 12/29/2021 09:23 pm

The 2021 season ended for the leagues in South America, but this led to the best players of the year being decorated. Throughout these 12 months, there were many footballers who shone with their own light and SofaScore, a well-known sports portal, decided to put together an eleven considering the different Latin American championships.

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As revealed by the aforementioned media, this eleven was built according to a global analysis, since they took into account the athletes who obtained the best score throughout the campaign that ended, since they sought to reward regularity.

Now is the time to present our 11 ideal statistic of the year in Latin American leagues! We elaborated this 11 with the soccer players who registered the highest average statistical qualification throughout 2021″ Said SofaScore in his post on Instagram. In the results it could be observed that four players from the Peruvian tournament were selected, although three of them are foreigners.

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Raziel García is the only national representative in the ideal team, after his great campaign with Cienciano, which helped him to sign for Tolima from Colombia. On the other hand, Pablo Míguez and Hernán Barcos also appear on the payroll, who were champions with Alianza Lima; There is also Pablo Lavandeira, who stood out with Ayacucho FC and, precisely, will join the ranks of the ‘Blanquiazul’ team in 2022.

Meanwhile, the Argentine Professional League also contributed four footballers and the most prominent name is Julián Álvarez, who won the title with River Plate. Finally, two chosen from Brazil, with Giorgian De Arrascaeta, and one from Chile close the statistical eleven of SofaScore:

Ignacio González (Deportivo Antofagasta); Emanuel Coronel (Banfield), Pablo Míguez (Alianza Lima), Léo Rech Ortiz (Red Bull Bragantino), César Ibáñez (Huracán); Emiliano Vecchio (Rosario Central), Giorgian De Arrascaeta (Flamengo), Pablo Lavandeira (Ayacucho FC), Raziel García (Cienciano); Hernán Barcos (Alianza Lima) and Julián Álvarez (River Plate).


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