Celta leaves Vallecas unscathed

Celta left Vallecas unscathed and the point he rescued from there is worth its weight in gold. Not because of its effects on the classification —which also—, but because of the balsamic ones, which are granted by knowing oneself a better conqueror in this league start than Granada, Getafe, Cádiz, Elche or Barça. The Lightning, for its part, was left with a strange sensation. He did not lose, but the tie did not satisfy. His barrage of occasions did not wet the rival, thanks to a great Dituro, although The Strip can boast of remaining undefeated at home and settling in European positions.

The Celtic set the alarm clock before the Lightning. Tapia, who was returning from injury, was the early riser and opened the game with a shot from outside the area that Dimitrievski easily saved. From a distance, Brais also tried, but his shot went too high. This was nothing more than a warning from some fighting Galicians, who came out to bite, through pressure and without giving up the ball. Of course, as soon as the franjirrojos stretched, they put fear in the body of Coudet’s, who were blurring with the passing of the minutes. Dituro repelled a left-footed shot from Falcao and then it was Isi who pulled out of his hat a missile that was lost by just a few millimeters.

Lightning

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There was no longer a trace of that initial drowsiness. If Mina directed a header to the clouds, Fran García appeared to examine the Celtian goalkeeper. The marker did not move, contrary to the pulsations of the stands. Those did not stop, as neither did the songs, the gasoline of some very superior Vallecanos. Dituro thundered the goal to Falcao, who caught Álvaro’s center and rose above Murillo to head the ball into his mitts. Tiger he was hungry and finished off everything that came to him. He repeated, but this time around the corner.

Celta was reluctant to drown in the storm surge. Galhardo burst in, launching himself into a plank, to push a Solari center and Dimitrievski’s feline reflexes avoided the visitor’s goal. From there, Isi started his recital. Dituro’s fists thwarted his dangerous free-kick and then he invented an acrobatics to hook an assist from Fran García with a volley that licked the crossbar. The 0-0 break was a reward for the Galicians and a punishment for the Madrilenians.

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In fact, Vallecana supremacy was perpetuated in the second half. The celestial ones disturbed Dimitrievski in a foul that hit Oscar and he poisoned himself, concluding in an inconsequential corner. From there, Dituro again took the spotlight: he cleared a counter commanded and concluded by Fran García, a chopped center by Falcao and a lateral free kick by Unai López. Dimitrievski did not want to be less and won the beatification with a pardon to a direct fault of Brais. The changes gave life to Celta and Iraola opted for that resource to spur on his Ray, something more tied.

Baby dressed up as a roadrunner and tried to miss it, for the band … Also Nteka. Nevertheless, The last time was in charge of Aspas, who came out on 79 ‘and who was missed by his team during good phases of the contest.. More if possible, after Mina’s injury. The free kick launched by Galician hit Maras in the face and the distribution of the loot became a reality. Point by point, the Ray approaches salvation, without losing more ambitious goals on the horizon …

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Lightning

  • 13
    Dimitrievski






  • 33
    Fran garcia






  • 5
    Catena






  • 2
    Maras






  • twenty
    Balliu






  • 12
    Unai lopez




    (62 ‘)



  • 7
    Isi





    (72 ‘)



  • 23
    Oscar Valentine





    (86 ‘)



  • 18
    Alvaro Garcia




    (86 ‘)



  • 6
    Comesaña






  • 3
    Falcao




    (72 ‘)



  • Dock
  • 8
    Trejo




    (62 ‘)



  • 1
    Luca zidane






  • 22
    Jose well






  • 32
    Mario Hernandez






  • 19
    Kévin Rodrigues






  • 14
    Yacine Qasmi






  • 10
    Baby




    (72 ‘)



  • eleven
    Andres Martin






  • 4
    Mario Suarez






  • twenty-one
    Pathé Ciss




    (86 ‘)



  • 9
    Nteka




    (72 ‘)



  • 16
    Sergi Guardiola




    (86 ‘)



Celtic

  • 1
    Matías Dituro






  • 24
    Murillo






  • twenty
    Kevin Vazquez






  • 17
    Javi galán





    (60 ‘)



  • 4
    Nestor Araújo






  • 8
    Fran Beltran




    (60 ‘)



  • 14
    Renato Tapia







  • 23
    Brais







  • 6
    Denis Suarez




    (79 ‘)



  • 7
    Thiago Galhardo




    (79 ‘)



  • 22
    Santi Mina




    (22 ‘)



  • Dock
  • 37
    Coke carrillo






  • 19
    Jose Fontan





    (60 ‘)



  • 26







  • twenty-one
    Augusto Solari





    (22 ‘)



  • 16
    Miguel Baeza






  • 13
    Ruben White






  • 9
    Nolito




    (60 ‘)



  • 10
    Blades




    (79 ‘)



  • eleven
    Franco Cervi






  • fifteen
    Joseph Aidoo






  • 5
    Okay Yokuslu




    (79 ‘)



  • 28
    Carlos Dominguez






Changes

Augusto Solari (22 ‘, Santi Mina), Jose Fontan (60 ‘, Javi Galán), Nolito (60 ‘, Fran Beltrán), Trejo (62 ‘, Unai López), Nteka (72 ‘, Isi), Baby (72 ‘, Falcao), Blades (79 ‘, Denis Suárez), Okay Yokuslu (79 ‘, Thiago Galhardo), Pathé Ciss (86 ‘, Óscar Valentín), Sergi Guardiola (86 ‘, Álvaro García)

Cards

Referee: Adrián Cordero Vega
VAR Referee: David Medié Jiménez
Javi galán (44 ‘, Yellow) Augusto Solari (50 ‘, Yellow) Oscar Valentine (64 ‘, Yellow) Isi (68 ‘, Yellow) Jose Fontan (69 ‘, Yellow) Renato Tapia (80 ‘, Yellow

Classification

Classification

PT

Pj

PG

PE

PP

4

22 eleven 6 4 1
5

twenty-one 12 6 3 3
6

twenty 12 6 2 4
7

19 12 5 4 3
8

18 eleven 4 6 1

Classification

PT

Pj

PG

PE

PP

12

14 12 3 5 4
13

12 eleven 2 6 3
14

eleven 12 3 2 7
fifteen

10 12 2 4 6
16

10 eleven 3 1 7

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