The Algerian international, Mohamed Amin Amora, the star of Lugano club, revealed the secret of the crisis he has been through with the Swiss club since the beginning of this year, specifically, after his participation with the Algerian national team in the last African Nations Cup in Cameroon, before he regained his glow in the few days. Last year, he sent a strong message to the coach of the Algerian national team, Djamel Belmadi.

Last Saturday, Amoura (23 years) led Lugano to beat Young Boys in the 33rd round of the Swiss League with a score of three goals to one, including two goals from the former Algerian club ES Setif, which brought him back to the fore of the Swiss media after He was absent for two months due to injury, before gradually returning to the competition atmosphere last month.

Mohamed Amin Amora (twitter/lesvert)

“Thank God! We were able to win this match,” Amora told Calcio, commenting on his strong return and leadership of Lugano to record a new victory, before referring to the difficult period he went through with the Swiss club, and stated: “I had very difficult months.” Personally, because of the injury and the month of Ramadan.

The Algerian scorer – who was expelled from the “Desert Warriors” team in the last period by a decision of coach Jamal Belmadi – continued his speech by confirming that he had regained his health and technical and physical readiness, saying: “Now I was able to return to my level and I will continue to work hard to help the team,” before adding: “It was The first days of Ramadan are difficult for me, because it was my first experience outside Algeria.”

He added: “Ramadan is a holy month for us – we Muslims – and it was very important,” and he added: “However, after it is over, scoring two goals against Young Boys is the best thing that can happen to me after the difficult period I went through in the last period.” “.

Amora was keen to highlight the difficulties he found in his first professional experience in view of the hopes placed on him as a promising Algerian star, and he said in this regard: “High expectations and pressure…?! The first months were a bit complicated for me, but I am now accustomed to life here in Lugano.” “My relationship with my colleagues is great and everyone helped me cope,” he added.

And about coach Crocchi Torte’s decision to change the position of Amora (a right-wing player after he started as an outspoken striker), the Algerian player said: “In the new position I immediately felt comfortable. Then it was the whole group (players) that helped and encouraged me to do my best. Now I have to. I keep working,” before promising the club’s fans the possibility of winning the Swiss Cup, “Now we want to win the Swiss Cup to make our fans and all the people of Lugano happier.”

Algerian Mohamed Amora’s numbers with Lugano the Swiss this season

Mohamed Amin Amora played 23 matches with Lugano FC in various competitions this season, during which he scored 5 goals, and his recent strong return constitutes an opportunity to regain his position with the Algerian national team before the camp next month, in preparation for the confrontations of Uganda and Tanzania in the 2023 African Nations Cup qualifiers.

Gomorrah scores 5 goals in 762 minutes he played with Lugano

It is worth noting that Lugano will face St. Galen in the final of the Swiss Cup, on Sunday 15 May, in an attempt to obtain its sixth title in the competition, and Lugano’s last crowning of the Cup goes back to 2016.

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