Friday, November 27

Valladolid surprises a Granada weak in defense

The Real Valladolid he achieved his second consecutive victory at Nuevo Los Cármenes in LaLiga Santander, the first at home and that allows you to get out of the descent, win by 1-3 Granada, which was softer in defense than usual and accumulated three games without winning in the league tournament.

A goal by Óscar Plano in the last action of the first half and another by Brazilian Marcos Andre at the beginning of the second put the shock very in favor of Valladolid and, although the Portuguese Domingos Duarte reduced differences for the Andalusians, his compatriot Joao Pedro Neves Filipe ‘Jota’ scored the final 1-3 in the 90th minute in his debut with the pucelanos.

The first part was matched, with the two teams drowning the opponent’s ball out with their pressure and creating danger in a different way: locals, from set pieces; and the visitors, with an inspired Sergi Guardiola.

Óscar Plano enjoyed a very clear chance in the opening bars when he stood alone in hand-to-hand against the Portuguese Rui Silva, but he resolved with a bad shot.

Granada, who had more ball possession, made Jordi Masip work with a weak header from Jorge Molina, a volley shot from Luis Milla after a corner kick and a long shot from Venezuelan Darwin Machís.

The most interesting part of the first half came in the moments before the break, with another one-on-one marched by the pucelanos, this time by Sergi Guardiola; a very clear chance for Germán Sánchez for the locals after a free kick by Ángel Montoro; and the first away goal.

It was in the last action of the first half and in it Sergi Guardiola and Óscar Plano retaliated for their previous mistakes, the first with a perfect center and the second with an accurate header that placed the 0-1 on the scoreboard.

Granada came out more plugged in the second half, stepping on the rival area, although it was Valladolid who scored again in a counter well led by Marcos Andre, who beat Rui Silva with a left foot.

The local team got back into the game with 1-2, marked by Domingos Duarte ten minutes after the 0-2, of course in a set piece strategy action, and then Masip prevented Roberto Soldado from drawing a tie in the subsequent action.

Granada, with more faith and pride than strength, went up in the final half hour against Valladolid that gave up having the ball and limited itself to defending its advantage with enough order.

Further, the pucelano box sentenced the crash at 90 minutes, when Jota took advantage of a serious error by Luis Milla to overcome Rui Silva and make the final 1-3.


1 – Granada: Rui Silva; Foulquier, Domingos Duarte, Germán, Carlos Neva; Gonalons (Yangel Herrera, m.54), Luis Milla, Montoro (Alberto Soro, m.80); Fede Vico (Luis Suárez, m.54), Machís, Jorge Molina (Soldier, m. 54).

3 – Real Valladolid: Masip; Hervías (Javi Sánchez, m.76), Joaquín, Bruno, Nacho; Rubén Alcaraz, San Emeterio (Toni Villa, m.76), Orellana (Janko, m.68), Óscar Plano (Jota, m.76); Marco Andre, Sergi Guardiola.

Goals: 0-1, M.47 +: Óscar Plano. 0-2, M.53: Marcos Andre. 1-2, M.63: Domingos Duarte. 1-3, M.90: Jota.

Referee: David Medié Jiménez (Catalan Committee). He admonished the locals Gonalons (m.37), Carlos Neva (m.39), Montoro (m.71) and Luis Suárez (m.93); and to the visitors San Emeterio (m.44), Janko (m.69) and Jota (m.88).

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