Pablo Torre making the most of his minutes at Girona

Pablo Torre is a young midfielder on loan from Barcelona to Girona. He has not had many opportunities to start games, but he has made an impact every time he has come on the field.

In the recent match against Rayo Vallecano, Torre came on as a substitute in the 89th minute. With Girona already up a goal and playing with a man advantage, Torre looked to make things happen. He received the ball in midfield, turned his defender, and saw Savinho streaking down the wing. Torre played a perfect pass to Savinho, who used his speed and skill to put the game away.

Torre has made the most of his limited playing time this season. He came off the bench to improve the team’s play in the second half of the match at Real Madrid, even though the score was already out of reach. He did not play at all in the match at Athletic Bilbao.

Torre’s last start was on January 14th, in a 0-0 draw at Almería. He was substituted in the 57th minute by Jhon Solís. He is now 18th on the team in minutes played, with a total of 610 minutes in La Liga and the Copa del Rey. Minutes are precious at Girona, and Torre is making the most of every opportunity he gets.

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