Spanish football

1×1 Betis: The intensity was late and Tello was not enough – Transgaming

by: Adam Smith


Rubi continued his system with Bartra as third central and changed nine: Borja Iglesias returned to the title and scored in Cornellà.

Joel Robles: He signed a good intervention, like the one that preceded Espanyol's second goal. Good at your air departures.

Shield / Flag Betis

LaLiga Santander

* Data updated on December 15, 2019

Emerson: Less successful than normal. He failed to be very effective above and sinned on innocent backs.

Mandi: It suffered greatly from the spaces before Campuzano's movements and Darder's apparitions. Less intense than it should in many sets.

Bartra: He saved a point with the headshot and signed another duel of ups and downs in that position between the centers.

Feddal: Your aggressiveness is vital in this Betis. He looks good in the 2-2 air game and some mislead this other against Espanyol.

Alex Moreno: Other assistance for your specific account. Perhaps it was curious that, with the score against him, he dared not pull the left wing. In the final stretch, he also teamed well with Tello in this band.

Kaptoum: He had the difficult mission of replacing Saved and fulfilled in many ways. He showed good technical resources by matching against rival pressure, although he has no physics to cover more fields. Bold in various anticipations.

Channels: He tried to play the team behind him with 2-2 and took several cons that did not end with the desired result. Always willing.

Fekir: He was touched and reflected in the grass. He threw a barrel before shooting too loose and was changed in the second half when he was coming into play.

Joaquin: Started the action of Betis's first goal, although it did not appear much in the attacking match against Espanyol intensity.

Borja Iglesias: Good headshot on his return to Cornellà to put 0-1. He always fought against Calero and Bernardo without having many other options to score.

They also played:

Tello: He gave one more revolution to his team with his energy. He tested Diego López with a distant shot before Bartra's goal and missed a very clear opportunity that could mean the triumph for his team, facing the Espanyol goalkeeper against one. He could have been the hero of the crash a year later in Cornellá, but he was inches away.

Lainez: Good minutes from the Mexican, who did not hesitate to always face the right flank, despite having limited vacancies. He must be more incisive in the last few meters, although his intentions are on the table and Fekir's contribution has improved.

Loren: He came in the last few minutes and nearly shot himself in the head in an action in which he asked for a penalty for a chance in the area.