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Cruz Azul: With his great performance, Jurado sends a message to fans and Jimmy Lozano

Cruz Azul's goalkeeper only needed to regain his confidence to remind people why he came to La Máquina.

Jurado regains confidence.
Jurado regains confidence.

Sebastián Jurado has emerged as a starter after Chuy Corona's injury and has undoubtedly left a legacy, but he has also regained his confidence and momentum, with the match against Necaxa being the climax of his soccer moment so far in his participation in the Clausura 2022.

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The goalkeeper responded to the fans who criticize him through social networks, as these can become your biggest enemy in moments of soccer crisis, however, both the goalkeeper and coach Juan Reynoso assured that everything is in harmony within the group.

"I have not had a bad time, I think these are moments that you have to go through. Everything that happens is for the best and I consider it so, I have remained humble to accept when I make a mistake. Everything I have gone through has been for a purpose", he commented at the end of the duel. 

The Veracruz goalkeeper stole the spotlight this Saturday, after making several saves during the match against Necaxa and saving two penalties, giving the Celestes a ticket to the quarterfinals.

He sends a message to Jimmy Lozano

Sebas was an Olympic medalist in Tokyo 2020, for this reason, he knows Necaxa's coach Jaime Lozano very well, to whom he has a special affection and sends him a message.

"I have an important appreciation for him, he was my coach during the whole process of the Olympic Team; I send him a big hug, he deserves to be with all his coaching staff in these instances, and may God bless him. See you next tournament!", added Jurado.

Jurado wanted to be a starter

The former Veracruz goalkeeper also pointed out that not having had minutes previously was something that frustrated him, as he learned many things. 

"With a lot of serenity and humility, we have to work day by day, not thinking about the future. I feel calm and eager to continue contributing to this team. I did not have a bad time, I think these are moments that we must go through for good, they have kept me mature, calm at heart, and accept things when I make mistakes, everything I have gone through has had a purpose and I have jumped over it in a good way."

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