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Herculez Gomez scores at rapid rate
October 23rd, 2011 10:13PM
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[AMERICANS ABROAD] Starting or coming off the bench, Herculez Gomez can do no wrong. He scored twice in a rare start for Estudiantes Tecos in its 5-2 win over Santos to give him seven goals in 645 minutes of action -- almost one goal every 90 minutes -- and that doesn't include a goal last week that has been since ruled to be an own goal. For video of his latest goals and a breakdown of his goals in Mexico ...

Gomez now has 22 goals with three teams in less than two years in Mexico. He has scored nine as a starter and 13 as a substitute.

Herculez Gomez:
Starter:
GP/G Team (Season)
6/5 Puebla (Bicentenario 2010)
0/0 Pachuca (Apertura 2010)
6/1 Pachuca (Clausura 2011)
6/3 Estudiantes Tecos (Apertura 2011)
18/9 TOTAL

Sub
:
GP/G Team (Season)
9/5 Puebla (Bicentenario 2010)
14/1 Pachuca (Apertura 2010)
9/3 Pachuca (Clausura 2011)
7/4 Estudiantes Tecos (Apertura 2011)
39/13 TOTAL


Gomez goals vs. Santos (the first two on video):



4 comments
  1. Luis Arreola
    commented on: October 24, 2011 at 9:41 a.m.
    There you go Klins. Call him up.
  1. Simon Provan
    commented on: October 24, 2011 at 1:03 p.m.
    And Luis, I agree with you as well. He was one of the one's I thought Bob should have put more stock in. However, I felt that way because of Gomez's nose for the goal. And now, I feel the same way about why JK should be calling him up. Because of his skill and nothing else.
  1. Simon Provan
    commented on: October 24, 2011 at 1:04 p.m.
    And as a Packer fan, I can't help but love seeing Gomez do the Aaron Rodgers championship belt celebration. :)
  1. John DiFiore
    commented on: October 24, 2011 at 9:18 p.m.
    Simon, I agree too! Herculez just wasnt given enough minutes to score. and now he is STILL scoring.. Klinsi!! c'mon man! we need goal scorers!!

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