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Getafe wins in Ipurua and condemns Eibar – Transgaming

by: Adam Smith


With rain and cold as the main protagonists, Sunday morning in Ipurua, between SD Eibar and Getafe, left a match between two teams in very different situations. The locals, with three consecutive defeats, set off in search of a victory that eliminated the bad feelings of recent weeks at once. For your part, those from Bordalás wanted to show why they are firm candidates to revalidate the European square next season. Undoubtedly an important party that had VAR as a last minute surprise guest.

In a dynamic way, the meeting with Eibar was marked by the goal of David Soria. On the other hand, visitors sought patients behind the ideal opportunity to bite a Dmitrovic goal, which statistics have given him 10 goals in the last 3 days. With more momentum than both, the teams made the center of the pitch their natural habitat, although it was Eibar who lost patience with two yellow ones, Orellana and Diop, who will not be able to play at San Mamés. With 0-0, the feeling of a superior Eibar, and with almost no intervention by the goalkeepers, the match stopped.

Eibar Shield / Flag

The second half became a whirlwind of events that left no one indifferent. Jaime Mata scored a great goal that only VAR could stop him from going up. A first scare from Getafe to Dmitrovic that would equate Eibar by Kike García in one of the following moves. Manchego also scored, although an alleged hand in control led to Video arbitration will also cancel your goal. However, it would end up being the Madrid team responsible for scoring the winning goal. It was the ex Angel Rodriguez who has achieved his fifth goal in Ipurua since his departure.

Shield / Flag Getafe

Eibar failed to react to a well-placed Getafe in the grass despite continued attempts to save a point. Orellana saw red card at the end of regulation time to protest, almost completely minimizing your equipment options.

With 0-1, the match ended in Ipurua, with a Getafe that adds 3 gold points and continues to add in all games since October and an Eibar that approaches the abyss with its fourth consecutive defeat.


Angel (Hugo Duro, 59 & # 39;), Sergi Enrich (74 & Charles), Pablo De Blasis (79 & # 39 ;, Rober), Jorge Molina (81 & # 39 ;, Mata), Edu Exposure (84 & Pedro León), Timor (91 ’, Marc Cucurella)


Referee: Eduardo Prieto Iglesias
VAR Referee: Guillermo Cuadra Fernández
Diop (16 amarelo, yellow) Paulo Oliveira (35 amarelo, yellow) Orellana (42 amarelo, yellow) Hard Hugo (56,, Yellow) Sergi Enrich (74 Amarelo, Yellow) Escalante (87 Amarelo, Yellow) Orellana (96 vermelho, red