Nervionenses are happy today as their club beat Levante, but they also wondered, how many games with Sevilla FC did it take Jesus Manuel "Tecatito" Corona to score his first La Liga goal?
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It is a fact that the Mexican winger has always taken a long time to score his first goal for the clubs he joins, which is why he is always questioned as soon as he arrives at a club.
Therefore, it is worth reviewing how many games he has had to play with the Nervionenses before scoring his first goal, which in this case was a brace with which his club beat Levante 2-3.
How many games with Sevilla FC did it take Jesús Manuel "Tecatito" Corona to score his first goal in La Liga?
It took 13 games with Sevilla FC for "Tecatito" to score his first goal in La Liga, which was also a brace, leading his team to victory and continuing to chase La Liga leaders Real Madrid.
Currently, Los Merengues are the virtual winners of La Liga as they hold the first place with 78 points, followed by Sevilla FC, which has 63 points, followed by Barcelona, which reached 61 points.
If they continue like this until the end of the tournament, Jesús Manuel Corona's club will be able to play in the UEFA Champions League.
How long has it taken "Tecatito" to score his first goal in his previous clubs?
Since the player needs time to adapt to each club he joins, it is normal that he does not score in his first matches with his team, but once he has finished acclimatizing, his goals start to arrive.
Therefore, here is a count of the time it has taken him to score with each of his teams after he has joined them.
Rayados de Monterrey
The club where the player started his professional career saw his debut on August 7, 2010, but it took him six games to score his first goal as a professional, which came against Estudiantes Tecos in the Apertura 2011 Tournament.
But from that moment on, several clubs would take notice of his talent, so the player would not stay long playing in Liga MX.
Twente, from the Eredivisie
In the summer of 2013, the Mexican winger moved to the Eredivisie and in his debut in the Eredivisie on September 29, 2013, Corona managed to score his first goal in Europe.
That is to say that at that club, Corona did not need a long adaptation time to be able to make his presence felt on the scoreboard.
Porto, from the Portuguese First Division
After two years playing in the Netherlands, the Mexican arrived at Porto, one of the clubs of European royalty in which he also had a dream debut in the summer of 2015, since just like today, he scored two goals in the victory of his team against Arouca with a score of 1-3.