The brutal numbers André Pierre Gignac in Mexican soccer

The brutal numbers André Pierre Gignac in Mexican soccer
Gignac celebrates his goal 50 with Tigers. Photo: Record

When Tigres de Mexico signed Andre Pierre Gignac in the European summer 2015, the Mexican team thumped significant effect on the table. French international striker, He came from Olympique de Marseille where he was the second top scorer of French football in the course 2014/15.  Many said the striker came to retire in less demanding Mexican soccer, at home they even make fun of him and would not speculate that the French team. They were wrong.

In less than two years, André Pierre Gignac has proven to be a top level player in Europe and playing in Mexico because he wants him as commonly it is said. He scored his first goal in a semifinal of the Copa Libertadores 2015 to International and stayed with honey on the lips after losing in Monumental before River in around the end. After he won the Apertura with Tigres 2015 and best foreign player of Mexican soccer. Award repeated at Closing 2016 where he was also the top scorer of the tournament.

Its just devastating numbers so far: 88 games played with Tigres and 50 goals scored with 34 distributed in regular phase of MX League, ten Playoffs, one in the Copa Libertadores, four on the CONCACAF Champions League 2015-16 and one more edition 2017.

further, He remained in calls for France leaving out players like Gameiro and playing Euro 2016 France lost at home against Portugal in overtime. But before, In the last minute, André Pierre Gignac brushed sit Pepe glory after a great cut and sending the ball into the post. The glory was resisted his country yet, with the Tigers is breaking.

Alberto Llopis

Alberto Llopis

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