Baba Diawara, debut less desired
Baba Diawara debuted with Levante in the worst possible way. The player, who arrived at the Granota club on loan from Sevilla after the operation between the two clubs by Vicente Iborra, suffered a debut that he will never forget.
After a gray first half in attack by Levante, Joaquin Caparros, He started the Senegalese player who replaced a misguided David Barral. The premiere couldn't be more promising, in his first minutes on the field he was about to score a goal, but he narrowly missed the ball.
The second chance was going to be easier, the player was left alone in a clear heads-up that Claudio Bravo ruined. It wasn't going to be the last chance, not the only time that Bravo will win the game. On another clear occasion, Baba was going to crash the ball almost point-blank against Bravo. The Chilean goalkeeper, It was the nightmare of the young forward on loan from Sevilla.
Baba had created three clear chances of play and had left good flashes on the field when suddenly, after an attack move he stayed in the Real Sociedad area. On his knees and before the gaze of Claudio Bravo who quickly came to inquire about his condition, started vomiting.
The front, paid the extra effort made. When he arrived at the Orriols club, He was training alone after being separated by Unai Emery who did not have him. Up to three times he stopped to vomit, a fact that led Caparrós to have to remove him from the field almost reluctantly. The eager gamer, I did not want to leave the field of play. Thirty minutes lasted his debut on the field.
After the game, Caparrós himself, He commented that he would have liked to enter later but that circumstances had caused the player to go to the field earlier. Definitely, Baba will never forget his debut with the granota jersey.