Gómez equals Rony and Hulk and leaves Palmeiras rivals in artillery | Palm trees

Decisive for another victory for the Palmeiras, Gustavo Gómez currently occupies a position that is not very common for the defender. With a 2-1 victory over Sao Paulo, Paraguay reached the net last Monday with six balls to spare to equalize forward Rooney in the team’s top score in the national competition.

Not only this, with the help of Palmeiras. Compared to some of Palmyra’s rivals in the tournament, Paraguay has already matched the goals scored by Hulk, Atlético-MG, and Marcos Leonardo of Santos, and is ahead of Roger Godes (four goals) of Corinthians. And Flamingo player Gabigol (three goals).

Brasileirão’s top scorer is Sao Paulo Calari, with nine goals.

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Prior to the classic against Sao Paulo, Gomez had already scored in the victories against the Corinthians (3-0) and Santos (1-0), leading Abel Ferreira’s side to the first round of the Brasileirão against state rivals. I was 100% successful.

Gustavo Gómez celebrates his goal for Palmyra against Sao Paulo – Photo: Marcos Reboli

Last week, Paraguay also took part in a 4-2 victory over Atletico-GO. On Thursday, the captain had two goals for Palmyra’s return to Allianz Park.

In Mormbe, Paraguay took advantage of Scarpa’s cross to level the score in the 45th minute of the second half. The winning goal was scored by another defender, Morello, in the 50th minute of the second half.

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In Palmyra since 2018, Gomez has already matched his best scores this year with the Alvaraday shirt. He has already scored six times in the 2020/2021 season, but in 58 matches.

Gómez’s number in Palm trees:

  • 2022: 31 games and six goals
  • 2021: 40 games and three goals
  • 2020/2021: 58 games and six goals
  • 2019: 42 games and five goals
  • 2018: 17 games and three goals

Overall, there are 188 games and 23 goals scored, the number that makes him the third highest scoring defender in club history, behind Luis Pereira (36) and Luciavo (32). Victory in Choque-Rei made the defender the second foreigner with the most wins in the Palmeiras shirt, tied with Arce (now with 115 wins), and just behind Valdivia (122 wins).

Palmeiras are top of the Brazilian Championship with 28 points, three ahead of Corinthians. On Thursday, Team Morbi returns for the first round of the Copa du Brazil Round of 16, then against Sao Paulo, at 20:00 (Brasilia time).

Gustavo Gómez celebrates his goal for Palmyra against Sao Paulo – Photo: Marcos Reboli

Gustavo Gómez’s goals in 2022:

  • 4/9: Palm trees 2×3 Ceará

50 minutes into the second half – Gustavo Gómez do Palmeiras scores a penalty against Ceará

  • 4/23: Palm trees 3×0 Corinthians

14 minutes into the first half - Gustavo Gómez do Palmeiras' header against the Corinthians

14 minutes into the first half – Gustavo Gómez do Palmeiras’ header against the Corinthians

  • 5/29: Santos 0x1 Palm trees

Gustavo Gómez do Palmeiras' goal against Santos in the 35th minute of the second half

Gustavo Gómez do Palmeiras’ goal against Santos in the 35th minute of the second half

  • 6/16: Palm trees 4×2 Atletico-GO

43 minutes of the first half - Gustavo Gómez do Palmeiras against Heder Atlético-GO

43 minutes of the first half – Gustavo Gómez do Palmeiras against Heder Atlético-GO

48 minutes into the first half - Gustavo Gómez do Palmeiras' goal from inside the area against Atlético-GO

48 minutes into the first half – Gustavo Gómez do Palmeiras’ goal from inside the area against Atlético-GO

  • 6/20: Sao Paulo 1×2 Palm trees

44 minutes into the second half - Gustavo Gómez do Palmeiras header against Sao Paulo

44 minutes into the second half – Gustavo Gómez do Palmeiras header against Sao Paulo

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