Monagas Sport Club returned to the path of victory and climbed to second place in the Futve League standings, thanks to the 3-0 win against Deportivo Táchira, in a game that featured the experienced attacker Aquiles among its protagonists " Chinese” Octanto.
After stringing together a three-fight losing streak, Ocanto brought the Orientals out of obscurity. He was in charge of opening the scoring at the Monumental stadium in Maturín, with a Chilean that marked the course of a match that sentenced the explosive Edanyilber Navas with a brace.
“We were very clear about what was happening, we had three consecutive games that we didn't win but we know the team we have. We got some casualties that we didn't want and the team responded very well, that's the team we want. We will be fighting for the top positions”, highlighted Ocanto in relation to the result in statements offered exclusively to Líder en Deportes.
Likewise, the 33-year-old Larense highlighted the work he does in training and the connection he has achieved with his teammates, which keeps him in the fight for the lead scorers in the Venezuelan championship with 10 goals, one from Colombian Kevin Nurseries (Carabobo FC).
“Each day working better to improve myself with each passing day. Everything is going very well for me in the tournament, thanks to God and my teammates. I will continue like this, every day we improve more to continue fighting and give good things to the team”, detailed the forward.
Ocanto also offered his impression about the visit that will make this Friday the "Guerreros del Guarapiche", at (7:15 pm) to a complicated Students, in the Metropolitan Stadium of Mérida.
We are going to a very difficult field. We know the team, we are going to face, but we go to the games as we always do, with the aim of achieving victory. They are a difficult rival, but the team is up for great things and we will look for that away victory, ”said the player who is wearing his sixth shirt in the national football.
So far this season, Ocanto has seen action in 14 games in which he has scored 10 goals to become a key element in manager Jhonny Ferreira's starting eleven.
Monagas is in second place in the standings with 30 points as a result of nine wins, three draws and five losses, largely thanks to the effectiveness of its striker.