Former AC Milan midfielder Keisuke Honda has scored a phenomenal goal in Mexico with his new team Pachuca against Tijuana.
Keisuke Honda said farewell to AC Milan in the summer, after his contract with the rossoneri expired. Despite rumors that associated him with various Major League Soccer clubs, in the end, the Japanese attacking midfielder moved to Mexico to play for Pachuca.
The former rossonero number 10 has reached a total of 6 goals in 14 overall appearances between the league and national cup with the jersey of his new team. Honda’s last goal came in Pachuca vs Tijuana 4-0 valid for Copa MX (Mexico Cup). Keisuke started from the midfield and with the ball between his feet penetrated the opposition, dribbling every possible adversary along the way and finding the back of the net in the end. Below is the video of the show from the ex-Milan that in Mexico has rediscovered the happiness of playing with continuity after last season in shadow at San Siro.