translated from Spanish: Mexican Premier League footballer found dead in Cuautla, Morelos

Cuban footballer Alessandro Amador, 21, who played in mexico’s Premier League, was found dead in Cuautla City, Morelos.
Amador played as a striker and had been registered as a reinforcement in the Cuautla Arroceros for the 2020–21 season. Last season he played for Sporting Canamy, from the same Premier League.
The footballer’s body was found last Saturday night in an irrigation channel located on the side of the El Hospital road.
The State Prosecutor’s Office reported that Alessandro’s face had “a cephalic limb injury at the height of the cheekbone and left eyebrow” and that the cause of death, according to expert evidence, was drowning.
No traces of toxic substances such as alcohol or drugs were found in forensic studies.
Next to the body, the authorities found his belongings and his credential issued by the National Migration Institute.
The Arroceros de Cuautla informed local media that Alessandro’s body was transferred to Mexico City and handed over to his wife, who carried out the corresponding formalities to repatriate him to Cuba.
His team also noted that they will cover all funeral expenses and make valid the life insurance with which he had.
This Wednesday the player would be just 22 years old. In addition to his career in Mexico, Alessandro was part of Cuba’s lower selections.
The Premier League, teams of that category and the National Football Commission of Cuba offered their condolences.

We regret the sensitive passing of Alessandro Amador, footballer of the Club Arroceros de Cuautla.
Rest in peace.
— Premier League FMF (@LigaPremier_FMF) September 27, 2020

Cuban football mourns the death of the young Alessandro Amador, a former member of the U20 national teams. Reach your family and friends as much as you can do my condolences. @InderCuba
— ComFutbolCuba (@futbol_cuba) September 27, 2020

We regret the sensitive passing of Alessandro Amador, footballer of club #ArrocerosdeCuautla
Rest in peace.
— Club Alacranes de Durango (@AlacranesdDGO) September 27, 2020

We come together to express our sincere condolences to Alessandro Amador’s family and friends.
Rest in peace.
— St. Louis Athletic Academy (@AcademiaADSL) September 27, 2020

With information from El Sol de Cuautla.

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