Currently the Uruguayan midfielder Brian Lozano has established himself in Mexican soccer with the Santos Laguna team, being a benchmark of the Torreón team, however, during his first stage in Liga MX in 2016, he failed to shine as expected with the Eagles of America, a team that the Warriors will face on matchday 14 of the 2021 Apertura and with which he said he was grateful, as that experience served him a lot, ensuring that he did not leave Coapa resentful.
When you go to a big team, the expectations are high and you have to try to be up to the task from the first moment you arrive, for something they trust you, but I did not leave because of poor performance and I did not I had patience, I went out because I had no participation after suffering an injury and at least for me, it was not a parameter to play a little more than 100 minutes, to see if I was up to the task or not, although I will always be grateful to America ”, stated in an interview for Excelsior.
After his brief stint with America, Lozano returned to level with the National of Uruguay to return in a good way to Aztec football with Santos, with which he conquered the league title of the Clausura 2018.
After Santos opened the doors for me, I matured mentally and I adapted to Mexican football, not that it worked immediately, but I had a lot of participation, sometimes as a substitute, sometimes as a starter and little by little I was consolidating, but It all took a process and it has a lot to do with one’s own work, “he said.
Likewise, the Uruguayan player He commented that the Lagunero club has the quality to face relevant teams such as America and others with large teams to head for a possible classification to the final phase of the championship.
We have the same base of the last tournament and although there are teams with greater purchasing power, because we left out of the final phase Monterrey, a very powerful team, with an important economic level, with experienced players and we eliminated them in the quarterfinals, soccer is played on the field and if you play as a team, you can make a difference, “he said.
On the other hand, the ‘Huevo’ Lozano made it clear that, although he suffered a difficult fracture of the tibia and fibula who had it almost a year and a half without playing, it was not an option for him, to retire.
It never crossed my mind to retire from football, I did go through a very strong moment of stress that made me want to return to Uruguay, but I never thought of not wanting to play again, I had moments of great pain and sadness, but always with the idea to fight until the end to the injury that happened to me and to return to compete and play soccer ”, he concluded.
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