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Seville lost the foil before the wall Juan Pérez – Transgaming

by: Adam Smith


Sevilla lost the rapier in a clash with a thousand arguments, all very intense. He added eleven games without losing and gives reliable signals, but managed to hit the table on a very brave field and got in the way. He lost two more points than he beat one against an opponent who got ten in the last half hour. There was the boy Juan Pérez, a very mature goal that occupies a place under the bats by the injuries of Sergio Herrera and Rubén. For Osasuna, it was an important day for the desire to restore his honor to 31 unbeaten home games contaminated by Athletic.

Coat of Arms / Flag Osasuna

The goal was to regain the path of victory at home and start another historic sequence, knowing that they were measuring one of LaLiga's strongest teams. Lopetegui students learned very early on how they are spent in the El Sadar trench. The former selector knew it was an important day and Navas and Fernando were not saved among the cotton all week. The reds came out for everyone, setting the pace.

Shield / Flag Seville

In the fourth minute, Chimy Ávila hit a ball into the post, after a corner kick from Rubén García. Navarrese moved the ball very well in the early stages and stole fast. However, Sevilla showed their quality through Munir, who on 10 minutes from the front of the area scored after a Banega pass. The Nervans showed their strength with dangerous cons. They give a more reliable feeling than Atletico, of course, in that terrestrial league, besides the two ocean liners. The game was increasing and the team froze when Cardona crashed after a head crash in the area. He was evacuated to the hospital, where a concussion was detected, although he was aware. His replacement, Adrian, took a heel off this day when that feature gained such fame for Suarez, and Chimy resolved her vibration all night with one big goal.

The second half opened a whirlwind of emotions. It is well known that in El Sadar time never passes routinely. Nothing was missing and the frost was the fights between the two coaches of the band, resolved in yellow for Arrasate, after removing Lopetegui an object thrown in the field. The chances of punctuation came cascading. Chicharito made it very clear, but he used the young goal Juan Pérez. Koundé clueless and sent her to the post of Rubén. The film was much more colorful and Seville set off on an adventure in the opposite area. Lopetegui tried to secure further restraint with Carriço and pass the ball through & # 39; Mute & # 39; Vazquez Oier, the most seasoned of the place, along with Torres, played Russian roulette and died. A first leg and a game in which he was very strong against Óliver, although not as violent as the second card, erased him from the game and made Osasuna very lame.

From then on, the Hispanics took the reins with full authority, taking the backs of a poorly organized team that should have been defending in the low court but leaving roads in the back. It may be influenced that Nacho Vidal and Aridane, fifty percent of the last line, were not in the green. Unai García, a recovering person after a serious injury, compressed the defense better. A deep ball made it possible to hunt a dynamite ball for a Chicharito, who fell in the area before Juan Pérez. The referee whistled a penalty, but he was called to the screen on the grass and found that the goalkeeper touched the ball first and then the Mexican tip fell before him. Reguilón came in from the left like a dagger. Dabbur landed at 88, but hit the post. Meanwhile, the tension between the banks (these Osasuna-Sevilla have always been examples of total fever) did not ease until both teams were in the shower.

Lopetegui: "We deserve the three points"

The Sevilla coach regrets the chances his players missed in the second half when they dominated Osasuna. Rating: "It was a very demanding game, against a team that tightened us a lot. I think we deserved the three points because we had more than enough chances to win. We were superior to a team that will make it difficult for everyone here. "

Draw: "The feeling is that we left two points, although the start of the game was better than ours. It was difficult to have a rhythm and the game changed even before the expulsion."

Failures: "There were clear situations of last control, sticks, goalkeepers for … It's a point in a complicated field and we should continue."


Adrian (27 & # 39; Marc Cardona), Sedge (58 & # 39;, Jules Koundé), Franco Vázquez (58 & # 39; Joan Jordan), Unai García (71 & Jon Moncayola), Fran Merida (75 & # 39 ;, Rubén García), Dabbur (77,, Óliver Torres)


0-1,10 & # 39 ;: Munir, 1-1, 46 & # 39 ;: Chimy


Referee: Xavier Estrada Fernández
VAR Referee: Antonio Miguel Mateu Lahoz
Jules Koundé (9 amarelo, yellow) Raul Navas (15 amarelo, yellow) Reguilón (43 amarelo, yellow) Banega (45 amarelo, yellow) Oier (48 Amarelo, Yellow) Oier (60 vermelho, red) Fran Merida (76 Amarelo, Yellow) Jesus Navas (88 amarelo, yellow