Madrid, Nov 10 (EFE) .- Toni Martinez, with his good dynamics in the Famalicao, Alex Berenguer, with a double in the Torino, the return to the ownership of Javi Martinez in Bayern Munich and the brightness of Josu Imaz and Jorge Felix in Poland marked the weekend of the Spaniards who play for Europe.
TONI MARTÍNEZ JOINS THE FAMILY TRAIN
The Famalicao, one of the pleasant surprises of the beginning of the course in Portugal, is one of the fashionable teams among the humble people who are up in the classification of the Portuguese league. Although this week he did not celebrate a victory after drawing 3-3 against Moreinense, Toni Martinez, with a goal in which he showed power and resolution against the goal, he pointed to the success of Famalicao. It was his fourth of the course and was placed among the eight best scorers in the tournament.
HANS-DIETER FLICK TRUSTS IN JAVI MARTÍNEZ
The departure of Croatian coach Niko Kovac from Bayern Munich has clearly benefited Javi Martinez, who had only been a starter in the Bundesliga this season with his former coach. The arrival of Hans-Diete Flick has brought renewed airs for the Spanish player, who started against Olympiacos in the Champions League and repeated in a major clash against Borussia Dortmund. With a great performance, he was an important part of the 4-0 victory at the Allianz Arena and Javi Martinez regained his place in the eleven.
BERENGUER, DOUBLE "EXPRESS" FOR THE TORINO
Alex Berenguer shone in the match played by Torino against Brescia. His team won 0-4 and signed the last two goals of the match with which he sealed the victory of Walter Mazzarri's men. He had not played since last September 26 and jumped to the pitch in the 62nd minute to make his goals in the 75th and 81th minutes. In six minutes, he scored more goals than all he had in the entire season. Now, he adds 3 in the league and with his performance he caught the attention of his coach to enjoy more minutes.
EL GOL SPEAKS SPANISH IN POLAND
In the last two seasons, Poland has become a scoring territory for Spanish players. Igor Angulo or Carlitos Lopez led the ranking of top scorers in other courses. Now, Jorge Feliz and Josu Imaz, another regular among the best scorers, have collected. This weekend, both clashed and did not disappoint. Jorge Felix, with a double, helped Piast win over Jagiellonia 3-1. Imaz, did both the honor. Now, the two, with nine goals in Poland, are the "killers" of the Ekstraklasa.
They also HIGHLIGHTED:
In Cyprus, Ruben Rayo (Anorthosis), who scored a goal against Nea Salamis with which his team added a point. Now, he is the second highest scorer of the competition after scoring 8 points, two less than the Macedonian Trickovski.
In Poland, Gerard Badia, who celebrated Piast somewhat in his victory against Jagiellonia 3-1.
In Greece, Sergio Chica and Juan Munoz, who scored for Volos, and Luis Fernandez who also did it for Asteras Tripoli. EFE