Edgaras Jankoskas, now 47, had two brilliant seasons at FC Porto, overcoming whatever he had to win, to become the most decorated Lithuanian player in football. Passing through the dragons was luxurious in moments to be remembered, and remembered by others, because the scent of victory never faded. Mourinho times and an enlightened player like Deco.
The Lithuanian’s performance was very important and shining in the first season and concluded by winning the UEFA Cup. The following year he lost space and some goals, and the five goals left him less than the 14 that were scored in 2002/03. McCarthy’s arrival shortened the Lithuanian’s playing time, although he was a substitute in both matches against Lyon, playing over half an hour in each.
Residing in Vilnius, but with FC Porto at his heart due to the unforgettable feelings he has experienced all his life, he believes that dragons can go around the necktie.
“The Porto team can pass without a doubt. Sergio went through these moments knowing that losing 1-0 or winning 1-0 doesn’t lock anything up. Porto club has achieved great victories throughout its history away from home. You have to think of another one! ‘, the former Lithuanian football star complains.
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