Mexican ‘Tecatito’ Corona debuts with Sevilla
The Mexican Jesus ‘tecatito‘ Crown, brand new signing of Sevilla, debuted in Spanish football when entering the field in the second part of the Seville derby against Betis, in the round of 16 of the Copa del Rey and that was resumed this Sunday behind closed doors seventeen hours after its suspension.
The right-handed winger from Hermosillo (Sonora state) jumped onto the grass of the Benito Villamarín stadium in the 67th minute, replacing striker Rafa Mir, in the resumption of the cup duel between the eternal rivals from Seville, after he was suspended on Saturday at the minute 39 when Sevilla player Joan Jordán was hit in the head by a PVC bar thrown from the Gol Sur stands.
tecatito, 29 years old and signed by the Seville After six and a half seasons in the Portuguese Porto, he arrived in the Andalusian capital on Thursday and, after signing a contract until June 2025, he made his debut this Sunday with the team coached by Julen Lopetegui, with whom he has already coincided at the Portuguese club in the 2015-16 campaign.
Precisely, one day before traveling to Seville to close his contract, the Mexican international had played 45 minutes with Porto in the Portuguese Cup. Now, he has made his debut with Sevilla in a cup derby that resumed behind closed doors at the Betis stadium, after the incident that occurred 17 hours earlier with the impact suffered by Jordán in the head.
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