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“There is only one Gignac”: Nicolás Ibáñez does not feel that he will be the successor of the Frenchman in Tigres UANL

Nicolás Ibáñez celebrating a goal with Pachuca.

Photo: Eloisa Sanchez / Imago7

One of the most important figures of Tigres UANL in recent years is André Pierre Gignac, French striker who has been in charge of scoring many goals for the Monterrey team. Nevertheless, Now Diego Cocca’s team has Nicolás Ibáñez, Liga MX scorer in the last tournament.

However, although it was thought that he had arrived to gradually replace the FrenchNico himself spoke again about Gignac in Tigres and revealed that It is not seen at all as the successor when the Frenchman left the team.

No, the successor I do not think. Gignac there is one and nothing else, I come to do my job, I hope you can carry it out in the best way and give him the best for Tigres”, said the striker born in Argentina.

What he is for this club, for the league, it’s a pleasure to be here and be able to compete with him and for him because we are together in the team”, highlighted the striker, evidently throwing flowers at the French-born striker.

To end his words for Vladimir García from TUDN, Ibáñez stressed the need to be champion in Tigres, this considering that the staff of the feline team is one of the best valued in Mexico and that this places a sign of being favorites in Mexico.

Obviously, the institution what it asks of you and the peopleI don’t know if the favorites but we do have that part that four years ago no champion came out and he already needs the title and hopefully we can do things well to be able to give him what people want so much.

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