Thursday, April 15

Cádiz triumph 2-1 against Valencia

The Cadiz won 2-1 against Valencia during the duel held this Sunday in the Ramon de Carranza. The Cadiz He approached the game with the intention of recovering his league score after suffering a 2-1 defeat in the previous game against Villarreal. On the visitors’ side, the Valencia came from beating 2-1 at home at grenade in the last game held. With this result, the Cadiz set is thirteenth, while the Valencia he is twelfth at the end of the match.

The first team to score was the Cadiz, who took the opportunity to open the scoreboard thanks to the success of Juan Cala in minute 14. However, the Valencian team in minute 19 achieved the tie with a goal of Kevin Gameiro, thus closing the first period with a 1-1 in the light.

After the halfway point of the match, in the second half came the goal for the Cádiz team, who managed to get ahead in the light through a goal from Marcos Mauro just before the final whistle, specifically at 88, concluding the match with a final score of 2-1.

The technician of the Cadiz, Alvaro Cervera placeholder image, gave entry to the field to Marcos Mauro, Ivan Alejo, Filip malbasic and Jorge Escobar replacing Juan Cala, Alberto Perea, Alvaro Negredo and Jair Left, while on the part of the Valencia, Javi grace replaced Hugo Guillamón, Manu Vallejo, Denis Cheryshev, Patrick Cutrone and Yunus Musah by Mouctar Diakhaby, Daniel Wass, Alex White, Kevin Gameiro and Thierry Correia.

The referee showed four yellow cards. Locals saw two of them (Salvi sanchez and Juan Cala) and those of the visiting team saw two cards, specifically Mouctar Diakhaby and Gabriel Paulista.

After the final whistle of the referee of this match belonging to day number 29, the Cadiz ranked thirteenth, while the Valencia is twelfth.

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The next day the Cadiz team will play away from home against the Getafe, Meanwhile he Valencia will seek the triumph in his fief before the Real society.

Data sheet
Cadiz: Jaume Domenech, Thierry Correia, Mouctar Diakhaby, Gabriel Paulista, José Luis Gayá, Daniel Wass, Carlos Soler, Uros Racic, Álex Blanco, Goncalo Guedes and Kevin Gameiro
Valencia: Jeremías Ledesma, Isaac Carcelén, Fali, Juan Cala, Alfonso Espino, José Mari, Jens Jonsson, Alberto Perea, Álvaro Negredo, Salvi Sánchez and Jair Izquierdo
Stadium: Ramon de Carranza
Goals: Juan Cala (1-0, min. 14), Kevin Gameiro (1-1, min. 19) and Marcos Mauro (2-1, min. 88)

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