‘Matagigantes’ Mirandés – AS.com

first_imgCalleja introduced a change in the break. He entered Peña through an unfortunate Chakla, placing Gaspar as central. The Castellón sought the tie since the resumption with their best weapon. Ontiveros left for Gonzalez’s speed, but Chukwueze shot at the hands of Lemons. The warning came true shortly after. Odei committed an innocent penalty that Cazorla did not miss to set the match (2-2). It was quickly fixed by the Basque center that turned the stadium upside down when it finished off at the bottom of the net a foul thrown by Merquelanz (3-2). The visiting coach pulled the international Paco Alcácer to try to solve the ballot and that Villarreal missed the semifinals. The set of Iraola was not satisfied and continued to seek the rival goal. Antonio Sánchez was able to sentence the tie in a manual against Peña. The Balearic half fired wide.The referee forgave the second card to Iborra when Guridi commanded the exit. The effort of the reds was titanic before a block that found no gaps in the rear. Anduva enjoyed and like his players believed in the pass that was consumed in the addition. Merquelanz gave Antonio Sanchez so much that he put the finishing touch to another dream tie that puts Mirandés for the second time in its history in the semifinals. The reds jumped without complexes to the grass. From the start they wanted to take the initiative to a more refrained Castellón cadre. Merquelanz had the first occasion. The irundarra end received Antonio’s measured pass and, after breaking Anguissa, finished off by centimeters. So much was the pitcher to the source that in the end it broke. Matheus anticipated Mario Gaspar to take the head ball and enter the area. Chakla got in the way, but the Brazilian cut the Moroccan center to beat Andrés Fernández with a tight shot and turn Anduva upside down (1-0).The goal knocked out Villarreal who suffered from the constant local attacks. The state of grace of Iraola’s men was that the side Gonzalez tried his luck with a distant throw that almost surprised the yellow goal. The possible 2-0 went to the draw in the blink of an eye. Ontiveros masterfully executed a foul that completely deceived Limones (1-1). Far from falling apart, the Mirandés followed his own. Iborra played the direct red by stopping Rey’s advance, but the referee only showed the yellow against the protests of the respectable. In the addition of the first act, De Burgos Bengoetxea reviewed an action in the VAR to finally point out a penalty by the defender Quintillà. Merquelanz’s pulse did not tremble to put the small fish in the lead again (2-1). CardsIborra (33 ‘, Yellow) Sofian Chakla (37 ‘, Yellow) Mario (51 ‘, Yellow) Samuel Chukwueze (63 ‘, Yellow) Casserole (77 ‘, Yellow) Merquelanz (90 ‘, Yellow Goals1-0, 16 ‘: Matheus Aias, 1-1, 31 ‘: Javi Ontiveros, 2-1, 47 ‘: Merquelanz, 2-2, 55 ‘: Casserole, 3-2, 57 ‘: Odei, 4-2, 91 ‘: Antonio Sanchezcenter_img ChangesRubén Peña (45 ‘, Sofian Chakla), Alcacer (64 ‘, Samuel Chukwueze), Guridi (66 ‘, Álvaro Peña), Moi Gomez (70 ‘, Franck Zambo), Marcos de Sousa (78 ‘, Matheus Aias), Kijera (84 ‘, Enric Franquesa) The oldest of the place burst into tears as soon as the end of the game was decreed. His team had done it again. The Mirandés qualified for the semifinals of a competition that honors no one. Villarreal was charged, who barely had any chances despite scoring two goals in a stationary ball (4-2). The fans and a whole city are still dreaming and in a big way with shouts of ‘A for the Cup, oe, oe’.last_img read more

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