The dilemma with Bono: if he doesn’t play anymore, he will win the Zamora Trophy

Sería el primer sevillista en lograrlo. Lopetegui debe decidir si arriesgar ante el Athletic en premio del portero marroquí, en pugna con Courtois.


Yassine Bono received an unappealable goal at the Wanda, but avoided at least another three to keep Sevilla on the scoreboard until En-Nesyri ended up certifying the Champions League. The Moroccan goalkeeper is about to become the first Zamora Trophy in all of Nervion history. He has received 24 goals in 31 games, which is 0.77 so many on average The best by far.

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Next in this ranking Madrid player Thibaut Courtois, whose 29 goals in 35 games represents an average of 0.83. Even if he played against Betis and kept his goal clean, the Belgian goalkeeper it would only improve this statistic to 0.81, with which Bono would remain first in the undefeated standings by not playing against Athletic on the last day. If he jumps onto the field and receives two goals (as long as Courtois does not fit), the Sevilla player would lose first place.

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So the ball is now in Bono’s own court and also that of Julen Lopetegui. Sevilla is playing for third place in the standings, and to achieve this they must beat Athletic and that Atlético does not do it in San Sebastián against Real Sociedad. Dmitrovic, signed in the last winter market, has played in five league games in which he has received five goals (three clean sheets) and in three of the Cup in which he barely conceded a goal. The Serbian has been waiting for his opportunity since March 20.

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The Zamora Trophy would become a well-deserved award for Bono, whose performances have been decisive in getting Sevilla into the top continental competition. The 31-year-old Moroccan goalkeeper recently extended his contract in Nervión for one more season than he had, until 2025. In addition, his termination clause rose from 30 to 50 millions of euros.

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