Soccer | FC Cartagena
The Albinegro striker will be safe for the next five games, in the best of cases
Bad news for Cartagena, who lost their leading striker for a month this season. Alfredo Ortuño is safe for the next five games against Alavés, Oviedo, Leganés, Tenerife and Ibiza, in the best of cases. The fibrillar rupture will keep Yeclano off the pitch for four to six weeks.
Ortuño felt these discomforts in last Friday’s victory in Valencia. Efesé’s ‘9’ put his hand to the back of his thigh, in the 20th minute of the game. He was quickly replaced by the Albanian Sadiku, scorer of the winning goal against Levante (0-1) and who from now on will be the team’s offensive reference. The Yeclano felt that puncture in an individual action, when he chased a ball into the space of the Granota defense.
Goals and a lot of delivery
The Efesé striker is the team’s offensive reference this season. With the departure of Rubén Castro to Málaga, Ortuño has been a starter 6 more times than in the entire previous year, when he only started four times. In this league start he is a key player in goals (he has 2) but also in invisible work: he scrambles, turns the direction of the game, wins aerial disputes and enables his teammates in favorable scoring situations. He only generated his penalty in Huesca and started the 0-2 play against Albacete.
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