Ivi López has found his goalscoring habitat in Poland. The 27-year-old Spanish attacker packed his bags in 2020 to become a fundamental pillar of the Rakow Częstochowaleader of the Extraklasa. In the Madrid native’s first season on Polish soil (20/21) he scored nine goals and provided five assists in 26 league games. While in the current one he has 18 goals, 31% of the 58 scored by the team, and seven goal passes in 29 games. Of those 18 goals, eight have come in the last ten games and allow him to dream of being the third ‘Spanish king’ of Poland after having won the Super Cup and fighting to retain the Cup in the May 2 match against Lech Poznań. Ivi is with the arrow up and, to a large extent, He is one of those responsible for Raków leading, tied on 65 points with Lech Poznanhas the goal average won over his two pursuers and is three ahead Pogon Szczecin with three games remaining against Krakow, Zaglebie and Lechia.
The data from Olocipan Artificial Intelligence company, show the excellent level of Iván López Álvarez, better known for Ivi. The Spanish footballer is the second most valuable player in Polish football with 10.89, only surpassed by Grosicki, 11.41. His great moment makes him the second best of the last month. Ivi has played 344 minutes with a fitness score of 7.33, as before Grosicki is ahead of him with 7.85. Ivi’s performance in the last two games has kept him below 7.23. His scoring frequency is 0.73 goals per game, increasing his average from the previous season of 0.5. The value of his total goals has gone from 6.54 to the current 11.60. Olocip figure in 2.61 goals more than expected in their completions when scoring or missing shots.
Ivi is the best player in Poland In free kicks, set pieces and goals, he is on his way to being Pichichi; second in penalty goals and totals; and the third in set pieces and passes also from set pieces. The left winger has the best value of a Spanish footballer in free kicks, the second in penalty goals and the third in set pieces.
with a value for Olocip of 1.6 million euros and with a contract until 2024 at Raków, the road to Ivi, until he stood out in Polish football, has led him to go through Getafe, Sevilla Atlético, Levante, Valladolid, Sporting, Huesca and Ponferradina. In Poland he has found his place to pierce the nets of rival goals.