“These are the last games with this shirt”: Lisandro López announced that he is leaving Racing

The joy for the 3 to 1 victory over Lanús did not last long for the fans of Racing. After the game, the forward Lisandro López announced that at the end of the year he will leave the institution.

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They are the last games with this shirt. It hurts me that it is right now, that we are not having a good time, but it is what it is. I’m going to put my chest to the last “, said the idol during an interview with ESPN and explained that his decision is due to”a delicate family situation”.

“I am committed and very much looking forward to reversing this situation in these two games and being able to bring joy to the people, to leave the club in an international competition,” continued the 38-year-old striker, who did not clarify whether he will retire from football .

For the Racing fans I feel an eternal gratitude”, Completed Licha López.

Fernando Gago spoke of Lisandro López’s decision to leave Racing

Fernando Gago, Racing coach, referred to Licha López’s decision to leave the Academy at the end of the year. “I knew what Lisandro said on the field of play. It is your decision and it must be respected. I told him to enjoy these two remaining games. It is important that tonight he was able to score a goal ”.

The games that Lisandro López has left in Racing

Licha López will play her last two meetings with the Academy. The next date, Racing will visit Lanús, while it will close its participation in the championship against Godoy Cruz, in the Cilindro de Avellaneda. There, the fans will have the chance to fire him.

Professional League: Racing beat Lanús 3-1

Racing beat Lanús 3-1 by date 23 of the Professional League and left in the past the hard defeat suffered on Thursday against River.

Racing beat Lanús 3-1. (Photo: @fotobairesarg)

El Garnet took the lead through José Sand. However, Avellaneda’s team reacted and turned the score around thanks to goals from Lisandro López, Leonardo Sigali and Carlos Alcaraz.

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