◼️ The Andalusian side, Bayern’s rival in the quarterfinals, is the team that received the most amount of goals by the Colombian on his way through Spain.
One of the four promising crosses that left the draw for the quarterfinals of the Champions League is the one that will star Sevilla and Bayern Munich on Tuesday, April 3 at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán stadium. And eight days later at the Allianz Arena. A series that, without doubt, will be particularly special for James Rodríguez.
The Colombian who today is a figure in the Bundesliga has very good memories before the Andalusian team. Although it was the team that officially bid him farewell from the Santiago Bernabéu, it is also his favorite victim with the Real Madrid jersey.
Between the Spanish League, the Copa del Rey and the European Supercup, James won seven games and lost only one against Sevilla, shouting four goals (same amount as against Granada).
The first goal of the Colombian against the Nervionenses was in February 2015, on the 16th date of the league. After a great attendance of Marcelo, then Merengue #10 scored a delight to break the zero of a match that would end with a 2-1 triumph for those then directed by Carlo Ancelotti.
Already in the 2015/16 season, he returned to score in the only-fall against the Sevilla 3-2 with a cross shot from outside the area.
Finally, at the beginning of 2017, in the first leg of the Copa del Rey round of 16, the Colombian was dispatched with a double that included a goal and a penalty.