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New record in LaLiga: Jorge Molina scored a hat-trick and entered his name in the history books

A new all-time record was set in LaLiga Santander during the beginning of the Sunday day. Experienced forward Jorge Molina scored a hat-trick in the 4-1 victory of the grenade about Majorca and wrote his name within the history of the Spanish championship, as revealed by MisterChip.

According to the renowned statesman, the 39-year-old and 241-day attacker has become the oldest footballer to score a triplet in the Spanish league. In this way, Joaquín Sánchez (38 years and 140 days) is displaced, after having established the maximum record in 2019, with his three goals with Real Betis against Athletic Club.

In addition, Jorge Molina not only celebrated Granada’s triumph with his goals, but also the possibility that the club could move away from the relegation zone. Now, the ‘Nazaríes’ are located in box 15 with 19 points, taking six ahead of Cádiz.

Molina scored in key moments

Granada had the pressure to win at the Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes, against the complicated Mallorca. From the first minutes, the ‘Graná’ came out to press and the parity was broken thanks to the good definition of Jorge Molina: he finished off the first post, after being enabled by the Colombian Luis Suárez (19 ‘).

The rival team responded and equalized the score through Daniel Rodríguez (24 ′), but they could not do more. Already in the second half, the inspired forward controlled a rebound on the edge of the small area and fired violently at the top of the goal defended by Manolo Reina (61 ′).

Finally, Jorge Molina reappeared at 91 ′, to ensure the victory and seal his hat-trick, with a powerful low-level execution from outside the area. A few minutes later (94 ′), Antonio Puertas declared it 4-1 and caused the great joy of all Granada.

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