Miguel Layún shared the record he made at Porto FC: “But here in Mexico many say I went on vacation to Europe”

Layún comes from playing 15 games and giving four assists at América CF.

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On Twitter a follower of Porto FC posted a graphic involving Miguel Layún in a club record and the Mexican winger quoted him with a direct message to all those who still criticize his time in the old continent.

Layún wore the shirt of the historic Lusitanian club for two and a half years, and won the Portuguese League in that journey. However, the record he set was that of being the player who needed the fewest games to reach 20 assists.

The Mexican winger needed 44 games to reach that figure and surpassed other figures such as James Rodríguez that it took 54 games. Deco needed 57, Alex Telles 71, Taremi 74, Belluschi 84, Quaresma 89 and Hulk 88.

“But here in Mexico many say that I went on vacation to Europe, brother”, the Mexican wrote with irony.

He also took the opportunity to congratulate Jesús ‘Tecatito’ Corona, who left Porto FC to join Sevilla FC. Two clubs in which Layún also played.

“Brother, what a joy to see you with that shirt, I am sure that you will fall in love with everything you are going to experience there. The greatest of successes and give all your magic to that incredible hobby”, he dedicated.

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