“Tecatito” Corona wants to share European experience upon return to Rayados

Mexican striker Jesus ‘Tecatito’ Crown This Saturday he assured that experience after 10 years of playing in European clubs will be his main contribution to returning to the club. Rayados from Monterrey.

Monterrey announced on September 1 the return of Corona, who had played for the team in Europe. Twente from the Netherlands, Porto Portugal and Seville From Spain.

“Tecatito,” stated at a press conference.

Over these 10 years I have interacted a lot with many very good players, I think that not everyone succeeds, today I return with this experience and everything I learned in Europe. These 10 years were not spent walking around Europe, they helped me a lot on a sporting and human level, I improved significantly.

“I was away for 10 years, I think I left young and it should be applauded that I didn’t come back young, but left young and took a chance on this dream,” he added.

The 30-year-old was part of Mexico’s 2018 World Cup squad but was ruled out of the 2022 World Cup due to a fractured fibula.

With Porto he won the league in 2017–2018 and 2019–2020, the Portuguese Cup in 2019–2020 and the Super Cup in 2019 and 2021.

In his first stint with Rayados, he became champion of the 2010 Apertura tournament and won the Concacaf Champions League in 2011, 2012 and 2013.

“Of course, I see myself in this championship scenario, but we are going step by step, the first thing we need is to join the team, get into the rhythm and fight for a place. I know we have achieved great things (10 years ago) but the club has developed incredibly and we were on the cusp of achieving the championship, I think we are on the right track, the club is working on great things,” noted Corona.

(according to information from Reuters)

Source: Aristegui Noticias