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july 20, 2012 • 05:05 PM

Andres Guardado debuts with Valencia as a starter

Andres Guardado played during the first half.
Foto: EFE
 

Mexican midfielder Andres Guardado debuted as a Valencia player in the 1-1 draw against Eintracht Braunschweig of the second division in Germany in an exhbition match in Germany.

Guardado was a starter in the first lineup for Mauricio Pellegrino who is also debuting at the head of the club in place of Emery.

The manager started the match with Guaita, Barragan, Quintanila, Victor Ruiz, Salva Ruiz, Pablo Albeada, Tino Costa, Andres Guardado, Jonas and Soldado; the team was down from the 9th minute with a goal by Doga; regardless, Jonas took care of tying the match in the 26th.

Pellegrino tried a completely different lineup in the second half with Alves, Pereira, Ricardo Costa, Pardo, Mathiew, Feghouli, Parejo, Portu, Portu, Bernat, Piatti, and Alcocer.

The meeting served for various debuts beyond Guardado and Pellegrini; Portuguese player Joao Pereira and Viera as Fernando Gago waits to join the team on July 22 against SV Rodinghausen. The Argentinean was presented in Mestalla today.

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