Spanish football

Ibiza and Merida complete the second round of the Cup – SPANISH FOOTBALL

by: Adam Smith


The 56 teams that will play from next Saturday will play the second round of the Copa del Rey. A further 54, although especially the Celtic and the Albacete, looked forward to discovering the full list, in stand by after the postponement of two matches for the temporary fort that ravaged the Iberian Peninsula last December. Like this the clash between Mérida and La Nucía and the crossing of Pontevedra and Ibiza were left for tonight. However, the RFEF has already assigned a rival in the next phase for both, regardless of what happened in the matches. The winner of the former will play home against the Celtic (Sunday, 16:00); the one with the second you’ll see the faces with the Albacete (Saturday, 20:00).

Pontevedra 0 – Ibiza 2

One more game, but with 17 minutes less. Pontevedra and Ibiza played the remaining 73, as the match resumed with 0-0 on the scoreboard. Perhaps as a result of the circumstance, the Balearic team was better adapted to the conditions of the crash and advanced to the half hour of mourning. Grima, thanks to a powerful shot from the front of the area, brought something else closer to his own to see ingeselys with the Albacete. After the score, the Galicians set one more march, without any noticeable occasion. Even without having ball control, Ibiza was more efficient and Mariano came close to scoring the second to the edge of rest. After the same pattern resume, until Rodado sentenced with a large volley to send Javi Perez. Adighibe came close to giving him excitement, but Germán shattered the Illusions of the Pontevedra. Ibiza conquered Pasarón and already has the ‘Alba’ between eyebrows.

Merida 2 – La Nucía 2

Less time had Merida to go back to Fofo’s goal. By the time the referee indicated the start of the match, it was 37 minutes that were reflected on the scoreboard. While the idea was clear, the locals did not find the prize for the goal. Mario was close, but Oscar Fornés looked brilliant. It wasn’t the first most extensive half to be remembered, but it did take time to modify the electronics. Fofo put it, Juanji relented and Titi widened differences. The audience (about 1,200 spectators) was left mute: his team was against the ropes. But he did not stop believing and, at the start, Jesus Mena cut. Twenty minutes later, after exchanging docile strokes, Antonio Pino laid the boards with a magnificent and powerful definition. He would still have the demeritenus set the opportunity to celebrate, but Gaspar couldn’t beat a wall called Fornites. The extension gave rise to little more than a stretch of merit by Javi Sánchez. On penalties, the scale was decided on the Merida side with only five of the ten maximum penalties converted. With epic, the Roman Stadium is already waiting for Celtic.