Jorge Molina has nothing left to prove in this world. In April, he will turn 40 and since he was born he has been scoring goals. 2022 will be special for him because of his condition as a ’40-year-old’ in good shape. Now go back to one of your homes, to a place where he began to write his legend. Molina was happy in Elche (follow the game live on AS.com). He finished as top scorer in his first experience in the Second Division and with 27 goals in the bag. More than a decade later, returns in full swing, nothing new for another Alcoy with morals. Molina has five goals in three games and is the leader of a thrown Granada that has achieved eleven of the last 15 points at stake.
Molina is one of the protagonists of the New Years concert of old rockers which takes place this afternoon at the Martínez Valero. The ram shares the bill with Javier Pastore, another veteran with a lot of name. But the ‘Skinny’ still has many things to prove, especially in LaLiga, unlike his rival. Pastore came to be decisive, with a brilliant record, but its best version has not yet been seen in Elche. The Argentine does not want to clash in the duet of goals and quality.
Elche, like almost everyone, He arrives hampered by casualties and doubts about COVID. Granada is in a similar situation regarding last-minute uncertainty, but to Francisco the absences seem to be accumulate up front, where Boyé, Lucas Pérez, Pere Milla and Benedetto can be knocked out. That’s why Francisco clings to Pastore and Guido Carrillo, of what little he has left healthy in attack.
Robert Moreno he hopes to return to the bench after his positive. The coach has lived part of the best moment of Granada from outside. Now, his headache is on the left side, where he does not have any specific player for the position due to Neva’s doubt and Escudero’s positive. But Robert Moreno does not care because he has Molina, his guardian angel, as an emergency solution.
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Pastore-Molina, concert of old rockers in Elche