Lucas Ocampo became a centurion with Sevilla FC on Wednesday. The 27-year-old born in Quilmes, who joined the Sevilla squad on July 3 2019, reached the mark of 100 games for the club in his third season and is a reference point in attack for Julen Lopetegui.
LUCAS OCAMPOS REACHES ONE HUNDRED GAMES FOR SEVILLA FC
In regards to the general statistics for the Argentinian, the 25 goals and nine assists stand out amongst the 7,520 minutes played. Breaking down the performances by each competition, Ocampos has played 74 La Liga games with 19 goals and 7 assists, including the game on Wednesday at the Estadio de Son Moix, in which he was denied a goal in the final moments after coming off the bench as a substitute for Acuña at the start of the second half. In knock out competitions, he has played a total of 8 games, with 4 goals and 1 assist. In Europe up until now he has played 10 Champions League and 7 Europa League games, in which he was part of the sixth title win, as well as one European Supercup match in which he scored.
From Quilmes to Nervión, a very resolute footballer
It is worth noting that in regular-season games, which is what he played his one hundredth game in for Sevilla, he scored a total of 14 goals in his first season, scoring away from home against Atlético Madrid (2-2) and in the two derby victories that same season (2-0 in Nervión and 2-1 in Heliópolis), also not forgetting his love affair against Getafe where he scored in both league meetings.
So far this season, he has made six appearances in the league and three more in the Champions League, without having yet having been able to score his first goal but there is always room for improvement both individually and collectively to continue getting better and developing.