Aston Villa take on Crystal Palace in the Premier League this Saturday, with some fantastic goals and some real football. Jhon Jáder Durán took all the spotlight that day. So much so that the internet was raving about him and the Villains club itself compared him to Michael Jordan.
As the season comes to an end, the Colombian striker has earned a place in the side led by Unai Emery, who has been giving the attacker game time and finishing bit by bit. However, it was not until this Saturday that Duran fully demonstrated his potential on the court. In the game against him, he scored a wonderful goal to equalize the score and eventually beat Crystal Palace 3-1.
It is for this reason that the ‘coffee grower’ has received numerous rave reviews, including comments from his own club that compared him to the iconic Michael Jordan; He made a strange move while walking in the tunnel and became a basketball legend.
And, in imitating the gesture that the famous former basketball player made while wearing Bulls colors, Aston Villa also recognized the same gesture, now interpreted by Jhon Durán, who is One of the stars of Saturday’s 3-1 win over the Bulls. Crystal Palace.
“You can get the boy out of Chicago, but…” Aston Villa stood out for the ‘coffee grower’ attacker’s sober performance on Saturday, drawing comparisons to Michael Jordan.
Apparently, the comments and reactions on social networks are not waiting for the “villain” striker to move on from the “goat” who currently has a total of six goals in four games so far this season The biggest problem is the fact that he only had 139 minutes of playing time.
It should also be noted that his participation and protagonists refer not only to the local level, but also to the international level, as Jon Jardell has opened his scoring quota in the divisional league, in which he scored his The first player to score a goal. They qualified for the play-offs as they did in the group stage and will now be drawn in Group E with AZ of the Netherlands, Legion Warsaw of Poland and HŠK Zrinjski Mostar of Bosnia and Herzegovina.