Johan Vásquez by fi had his opportunity to make his debut with Genoa and did not miss his chance. The Mexican was decisive in his team’s agonizing draw by scoring the final 2-2 in the 90th minute.
After two months of announcing his hiring, Vásquez jumped from the start with his team and played the 90 minutes in a game that seemed complicated for Genoa, which started losing 0-2, but was finally able to tie in the last gasp.
Vásquez, who won the bronze medal with Mexico at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, was announced as a new player of ‘Il Grifone’ last August after his brilliant performance in the Olympic fair but it was not until October that he saw his first minutes .
With today’s match, Vásquez became the sixth Mexican in history to play in Serie A and he is currently the second Mexican to do so today, as Hirving Lozano does the same at Napoli.
Genoa, who are experiencing a very complicated situation in this edition of Serie A it is in the seventeenth position of the classification with only 6 units, waiting for what Venezia can do against Fiorentina this Monday, who is penultimate with 5 points.