This Saturday it was known that the Mexican Andrés Guarded returned to Seville “due to a muscular problem”, so what confirmed Manuel Pellegrini, Real Betis coach, at a press conference. This will be one less tool at the disposal of the Spanish team that will face the first of “ten finals” of Betis in search of Europe.

After the last training session in Seville, the Chilean coach explained that the discomfort suffered by the player “prevented him from playing the second game with his team.”

Although the Mexican has not had much impact on the season, it is a variable that Pellegrini has had to the extent that the games require experience and possession of the ball on the field. Guarded has played 20 games this season, between La Liga and the Copa del Rey.

Betis is in seventh position in La Liga and will play a important game against Elche, with the intention of reaching fifth place in the tournament and continuing the fight for Europa League positions.

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