Granada went past Sporting

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Granada went past Sporting

The pomegranate Ended a three-game winless streak and close to the top positions in a big way with Thursday’s thrashing 5-0 Sporting Gijonwhich ended in New Los Carmenes on a three game unbeaten streak.

The pomegranatewho had been superb throughout the game, took just six minutes to get on the scoreboard when Antonio Puertas scored a superb header following a sizeable cross from Albanian Myrto Uzuni, moments after Diego Mariño had parried the 2-0 with an acrobatic shot by Joaquin Marin ‘Quini’.

Sporting were unable to react and continued to be subdued by the dominant Granada with the ball scoring 2-0 before half-time through Uzuni after Óscar Melendo assisted a great move by the local team.

The visitors, who improved slightly in the minutes before the break, were also unable to cope in the second half with the dominance and good play of a Granada team that sentenced the match in the 50th minute to a great volley goal from Uzuni towards the middle of Antonio Puertas. .

[+] Check out the summary and the goals of the match:

Amidst the local barrage, Callejón made it 4-0 in stoppage time, assisted by Antonio Puertas, after a visitor lost the ball on the way out.

With everything sentenced, both teams had chances in the last half hour for new goals to come, Alberto Perea scoring in the final minutes after an individual play by Bryan Zaragoza to complete the win.

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5. Pomegranate: Raul Fernandez; Quini, Rubio, Víctor Díaz (Cabaco, m.65), Silva (Ricard, m.80); Bodiger, Petrović; Antonio Puertas, Melendo (Bryan, m.55), Uzuni (Alberto Perea, m.65); and Callejón (Jorge Molina, m.80).

0. Sporting Gijon: Maritime; Valentín, Bamba, Insua (Izquierdoz, m.60), Diego (Cote, m.46); Pedro Díaz, Rivera (Nacho Martín, m.71), Otero (Campuzano, m.60), Jony; Zarfino (Queipo, m.46) and Djurdjevic.

the objectives: 1-0, m.6: Antonio Puertas. 2-0, m.27: Uzuni. 3-0, m.50: Uzuni. 4-0, m.61: Alley. 5-0, m.85: Alberto Perea.

Referee: Trujillo Suarez (C. Tenerife). He showed the yellow cardboard to the visitors Insua (m.35) and Diego (m.40).

Happenings: Match equivalent to the tenth day of LaLiga SmartBank played at the Nuevo Los Cármenes Stadium in front of 13,340 spectators, according to official data.

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Source: La Verdad

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