He was trained in Godoy Cruz. At 19 years old, in the Bug was already summoned to reserve matches. Lautaro is coming. Let's introduce it to you.
The 19-year-old strikerLautaro Gastón Molina Gómezislooking for a spot in the first division of Argentinos Juniors. The Mendoza player, who started at Godoy Cruz, was quoted in the Reserve in the matches against Banfield and San Lorenzo .
In addition, thisnine and center forward, which has as references theRonaldo Phenomenon(the Brazilian) and the UruguayanLuis Suárez, played a friendly in that category, the Reserve of the Bug, against Douglas Haig.
Molina told him that he started in the lower divisions of Club Deportivo Godoy Cruz Antonio Tomba and that, when he was in the seventh division, landed in the Colorado Bug, Argentinos Juniors.
“ At Tomba I went to try as an archer, I did not like that position as I expected, I went to play central, a year a technician put me 9 and I didn't stop,” he said.
However, it still has many goals to meet. “My dream as a player is first and foremost to get to Primera, then I can consolidate myself in a team and have minutes,” he said.
Lautaro is one of the privileged among the millions of boys who start playing football in our country, with the dream of playing first : “I want to make a career to have a well-being with the family that I form one day and live from football,” he admitted .
Lautaro Molina was born in Godoy Cruz on June 11, 2000, but grew up in Guaymallén.
When asked about how his family is integrated, he named his mother, Maria Cristina (50), and his great-grandmother Albina, 97 years old. “My old man died when I was 5 years old,” he said.
Source: Ovation Journal
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