The calendar year is over, but the 2021-2022 season of Europe’s major leagues is in the midst of its development. Despite this, Blackburn Rovers took advantage of the appointment to make a remarkable recount of Chilean contribution Ben Brereton Diaz.
And, of course, it is necessary to emphasize Chile’s word, because the 2021-2022 campaign is the first that Big Ben has faced in Europe as a player in our country. Even before May 2021, when Breton’s beautiful history with the Reds began, the Stoke-on-Trent-born striker was an English player without major scripts.
Before “becoming” a Chilean player, Brereton showed interesting abilities and some personalities to highlight, but after returning to the UK after the 2021 Copa América in Brazil, the Chilean son began to break them in the always demanding tournament.
In 24 matches he played, the Stoke City coach scored 20 goals, to be the second best scorer in the English Premier League, preceded only by Serbian Aleksandar Mitrovic from Fulham, who achieved 22 victories.
Benn’s goals were key for Blackburn Rovers to be in the championship struggle with his dream of playing in the Premier League next season.
All that said though, at Ewood Park they know it’s key in this story that Brereton Díaz chooses to defend the Chile shirt. After his debut in La Roja, the 22-year-old striker became the star of the first team.
Thus, Backburn Rovers put a lot of Chilean components into account for the fantastic 2021-2022 season by the national team.
At this point the directors of Tony Mowbray have won many fans in our country and with this kind of publishing (based on Ben’s great performance), they will go on to win the hearts of Chileans.
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