Moroccan international goalkeeper Yassin Bono entered history by scoring a deadly goal that led his team to Sevilla to clinch a draw against Valladolid in the twenty-eighth stage of the Spanish League, and Yacine Bono’s goal came in the final seconds of the confrontation.
Valladolid was on his way to achieving an important victory after he advanced with a goal scored by Fabien Orellana from a penalty kick, but Yassin Bono played the role of the striker and scored the equalizing goal with a wonderful left shot, and the whistle immediately after the end of the match.
Yassin Bono deadly goal
Sevilla missed a large number of chances throughout the match, but failed to equalize, before Bono penetrated and snatched a valuable point for the Andalusian team in the fourth minute of the calculated time instead of lost.
And pat Bono The first goalkeeper in the history of Seville to score a goal in the Spanish League, and also became the first Arab goalkeeper to score in the five major European leagues, noting that this goal is his first in his professional career at the level of the Moroccan national team and the clubs that tie their colors.
Thanks to the goal of Yacine Bono, Seville raised its score to 55 points in fourth place, to continue competing for the title, or at least ensure that it occupies one of the qualifying places for the Champions League next season.
For his part, Valladolid failed to advance on the ladder and remained in the 16th place temporarily with 27 points.
Bono won widespread praise in various international media after the match between Seville and Valladolid, and the marca newspaper described him as a savior, confirming that he recalled the goal of former Seville goalkeeper Andreas Ballop with Sevilla as well.
The newspaper pointed out that Ballop’s goal came in the Seville match against Shakhtar Donetsk of Ukraine in the semi-finals of the European League in 2007 in the same minute (94), while Yassin Bono’s goal came in the Spanish League.
Yassin Bono starred
Bono imposed himself strongly with Seville during the current season and grabbed the main position in the squad at the expense of the Slovak goalkeeper Tomás Váslik, who was the coach’s first choice in recent seasons.
Bono played a major role in crowning Sevilla with the European League title last year, after his victory in the final match against Inter Milan, noting that he faced a penalty kick in the semi-final match against Wolverhampton, England.
In that match, Bono became the first goalkeeper in the history of Seville to address a penalty kick in the European League, and Bono also became the first African goalkeeper to address a penalty kick in the European League since December 2010.
The Algerian international, Rais Wahab Mebouli, was the last African goalkeeper to tackle a penalty kick in the European competition, when he was in the shirt of the Bulgarian CSKA Sofia team against Porto, Portugal.
A local start
Bono started his career with Wydad Casablanca, before moving to Atletico Madrid “B” in 2012, which loaned him to Real Zaragoza for two seasons from 2014-2016.
In 2016, the Moroccan goalkeeper finally joined Girona, with whom he spent 3 seasons, before playing this season on loan to Seville.
The Moroccan international has played 35 games in all competitions this season with Seville, kept clean sheets in 20 of them, and conceded only 16 goals.