La Real take advantage of a Valencia linnet

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He Valencia You still have to grow up to look at yourself in the mirror Real society. The one in Ruben Barajayoung and foolish, paid for their inexperience by confusing the service that allowed those Imanol Alguacil open the scoring through Carlos Fernández and shortly after Selim Amallah saw two yellow cards in just a few minutes and left his team with ten for the entire second half. As if that wasn’t enough, apart from not being added, he even lost damage to José Luis Gaya.

They both started well but Valencia controlled the match due to their better high pressure and the bite they gave. Javi Guerra and Amallah, which premiered at eleven. The first warned from outside Remiro and the second forced a hand down after a headbutt.

Valencia Real society

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25 Mr. Mamardashvili

1 Alex Remiro

12 Thierry Correia 46′

18 Hamari Traoré 46′

(3 C. Mosquera)

(4 Zubimendi)

4 M. Diakhaby

6 A. Elustondo

fifteen Cenk Özkacar

twenty Jon Pacheco 61′

14 José Gayà 55′

(23 Brace Mendez)

(5 Gabriel Paulista)

17 K. Tierney 72′

18 Pepelu

(3 Aihen Muñoz)

8 Javi Guerra

26 Urko González 46′

23 Fran Pérez 55′

(2 SA. Odriozola)

(10 André Almeida)

8 Mikel Merino

19 S. Amallah

22 Beñat Turrientes 61′

16 Diego López 74′

(5 Igor Zubeldia)

(17 R. Yaremchuk)

10 M. Oyarzabal

9 Hugo Duro

9 C. Fernandez

Eleven M. Ali Cho

The objectives:(0-1) C. Fernández (32′)

Cards:l Urko González (14′), Jon Pacheco (25′), S. Amallah (42′), Hamari Traoré (47′), Javi Guerra (48′), C. Fernández (62′), Brais Méndez (68′) , C. Mosquera (79′), Mikel Merino (81′), Igor Zubeldia (89′)l St. Amallah (45′)

Referee: Hernández Hernández (Canarian Committee)

Spectators: 44,200 in Mestalla

THE BEST Real’s first win
WORST Childish performance by Amallah

The San Sebastian team settled on Momo Cho but knew how to wait for its moment. Carlos Fernández read a quick serve from Tierney and although Diakhaby woke up in time, the forward scraped into the area and scored.

This was not the last blow for Valencia in the first half. Amallah saw two yellow cards in just three minutesthe second for an innocent slap in a jump with Oyarzabal.

As if that was not enough, shortly after the clash resumed, Gayà was injured. His absence is always a problem but now even more so because Jesús Vázquez is also out and it is not clear when he can return, having suffered a neuromotor problem.

Valencia, without a pure full-back, hardly created any problems for Real in the second half despite their dedication. Roman Yaremchuk’s debut renewed his energy but the Ukrainian didn’t hit the shot he needed to make his big debut and Guerra didn’t take advantage of Merino’s mistake at the start that could have cost him dearly. Almost as much as a handball from Oyarzabal in the area was deemed accidental by VAR despite the fact that the ball kept dancing on his arm.

Source: La Verdad

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