Alcácer rehabilitates the Submarine

It was Paco Alcácer, a man in need of rehabilitation, who gave Villarreal oxygen to hunt down his first win of the season. The Valencian, in front of his damned rival, He participated in three goals against an Elche who only held the pulse for a few minutes. Alcácer, in recovery and assistant mode, as if he were a basketball point guard, saw from a privileged position the goals of Pino, Trigueros and Danjuma.

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Trigueros was also key in the yellow feast. The Submarine, stuck so far, took advantage of a key action in the first half to unlock a match that was only complicated by Mojica’s goal. Elche was lost demanding an expulsion from Pedraza. Faced with so much protest, Roco messed it up against Alcácer and Trigueros made it 2-1. That was the end of the game for Elche. The second part was a bath and massage for Villarreal. Alcácer gave Danjuma another goal and Paco went from seeking rehabilitation to being the yellow rehabilitator. Alberto Moreno, in the last minute of discount, closed the yellow win.

Alcácer began to show symptoms of his recovery as soon as the duel started. The Valencian was agile, almost floating on the grass. That allowed him to push, steal and tap fast. He only needed to finish off, but He changed the killer costume for the fine barrette. Thus was born the first goal of the match. Alcácer connected quickly with Trigueros, who improved the play with the pass and left the yellow ‘9’ ready for the shot with the wall. Alcácer, without the intention of revenge for everything that happened against Elche, raised his head and finished the action, yielding 1-0 to Pino.

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Only four minutes had passed and Escribá’s team looked overwhelmed. Far from collapsing, Elche was advancing meters little by little. Carrillo warned and Mojica whipped himself to adjust the ball to the post and leave Asenjo with his hand raised in the photo. His hawk eye gave him a dirty trick because the ball went in. And in what way, bursting his net and matching the shock.

Elche had the game under control. Even, Lucas Pérez had the second after a quick counter with Fidel in the lead. Emery snorted because the action came from a serve in favor. That the Basque does not forgive. Lucas pardoned him. But it was another action that turned the game upside down. Pedraza was one step away from being expelled. Escribá fumed from his band because it was the second on the yellow side. Muñiz Ruiz forgave him and Elche, in a minute and among thousands of protests, disconnected. In the next action, Roco trembled before Alcácer. The Valencian, fast and attentive, stole the ball and found Pino. The canary, in another manual triangulation, saw the arrival of Trigueros for 2-1. Mandi, with Elche still stunned by Pedraza’s action and Roco’s failure, came close to scoring third. Casilla avoided a clear goal.

The second part was quiet for Villarreal. Emery’s team never saw their first win of the course in jeopardy. Elche was still canceled, giving a thousand turns to Pedraza’s play. He was erased from the game and that took its toll on Villarreal wanting to party. Alcacer continued with his show and attended Danjuma for the third. The Submarine arrived with danger and Escribá shook the bench, without luck because there was no reaction. Alberto Moreno put the icing on a round night for Villarreal and for Alcácer, who is back.

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Villarreal

  • 1
    Asenjo






  • 22
    Mandi







  • 24
    Alfonso Pedraza





    (Four. Five’)



  • 4
    Pau Torres







  • 2
    Mario






  • 6
    Capoue







  • 5
    Equal







  • 14
    Trigueros





    (74 ‘)





  • 9
    Alcacer




    (74 ‘)





  • fifteen
    Arnaut danjuma





    (85 ‘)



  • twenty-one
    Yeremy pine





    (52 ‘)




  • Dock
  • 2. 3
    Moi Gomez




    (52 ‘)



  • 16
    Boulaye Day




    (74 ‘)




  • 19
    Coquelin




    (74 ‘)



  • 13
    Rulli






  • 12
    Stupiñán




    (Four. Five’)



  • 3
    Albiol






  • 8
    Juan Foyth






  • 18
    Alberto Moreno





    (85 ‘)



  • twenty
    Ruben Peña






  • 10
    Iborra






Elche

  • 1
    Box






  • 3
    Enzo Roco






  • 19
    Barragan




    (81 ‘)



  • 4
    Diego Gonzalez







  • 2. 3
    Marcone




    (63 ‘)



  • 16
    Fidel





    (63 ‘)



  • 17
    Josan






  • 2
    Gumbau




    (63 ‘)



  • 22
    Mojica








  • 12
    Lucas Perez




    (68 ‘)



  • 7
    Guido Carrillo






  • Dock
  • fifteen
    Pastore




    (63 ‘)



  • 24
    Jose Ma






  • 14
    Helibelton Palacios






  • 13
    Edgar






  • 26
    John donald






  • 18
    Benedetto




    (68 ‘)



  • 10
    Pere Milla




    (81 ‘)



  • 8
    Jose Raul Gutierrez




    (63 ‘)



  • 25
    Axel werner






  • twenty-one
    Omar mascarell




    (63 ‘)



  • eleven
    Tete Morente






Changes

Stupiñán (45 ‘, Alfonso Pedraza), Moi Gomez (52 ‘, Yeremy Pino), Jose Raul Gutierrez (63 ‘, Marcone), Pastore (63 ‘, Fidel), Omar mascarell (63 ‘, Gumbau), Benedetto (68 ‘, Lucas Pérez), Coquelin (74 ‘, Trigueros), Boulaye Day (74 ‘, Alcacer), Pere Milla (81 ‘, Barragan), Alberto Moreno (85 ‘, Arnaut Danjuma)

Goals

1-0, 4 ‘: Yeremy pine, 1-1, 18 ‘: Mojica, 2-1, 38 ‘: Trigueros, 3-1, 59 ‘: Arnaut danjuma, 4-1, 93 ‘: Alberto Moreno

Cards

Referee: Alejandro Muñiz Ruiz
VAR Referee: David Medié Jiménez
Alfonso Pedraza (26 ‘, Yellow) Fidel (39 ‘, Yellow) Diego Gonzalez (72 ‘, Yellow

Classification

Classification

PT

Pj

PG

PE

PP

9

8 5 2 2 1
10

8 6 2 2 2
eleven

7 5 1 4 0
12

6 5 1 3 1
13

6 6 1 3 2

Classification

PT

Pj

PG

PE

PP

12

6 5 1 3 1
13

6 6 1 3 2
14

6 6 1 3 2
fifteen

5 5 1 2 2
16

4 6 0 4 2

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