Football / Second.- (Chronicle) The Fuenlabrada prevents the rise of Cádiz



Fuenlabrada won (0-1) this Saturday in Cádiz and avoided the mathematical rise of the Andalusian team on Matchday 40 of LaLiga SamartBank, while Huesca stumbled against a Racing team that had already dropped.

The leader was worth a draw to return to the First 14 years later, but the ‘Fuenla’ was better and won with a penalty goal by Hugo Fraile in the 50th minute. The Madrid team overturned in attack in the second half and gave a bell that puts them in the ‘play-off’ zone in the absence of the end of the day.

Cádiz dominated safely in the first half, but Sandoval’s team took the lead on the restart. Shortly after the referee pointed out another penalty, but the VAR canceled it for offside. Nteka claimed yet another maximum penalty for Fuelanbrada, with contact on his foot, but the referee did not indicate it.

Álvaro Cervera’s men tightened more than ever in a long eight-minute aggregate, where they generated their greatest danger, saving Nteka under sticks the goal of Cádiz’s promotion. The Andalusian team maintains an optimal position to achieve its return to the elite this week, waiting for what Real Zaragoza does.

Shortly before, Huesca stumbled against all odds at the home of the already relegated Racing. Guillermo’s goal in the first half was enough to torpedo his rival’s direct promotion aspirations. Huesca reacted in the second half, unable to turn the scoreboard, giving Zaragoza the option of now depending on itself to go up.

The day also left the victory of UD Las Palmas against Mirandés, with a goal by Rubén Castro from a penalty in the 85th minute, with which the Canaries equaled Mirandés in the table and both without reaching the promotion train.

– DAY 40.

– Saturday 11.

Racing-Huesca 1-0.

Las Palmas-Mirandés 1-0.

Cádiz-Fuenlabrada 0-1.

– Sunday 12.

Deportivo-Extremadura 17:00.

Lugo-Girona 19:30.

Numancia-Ponferradina 19:30.

Zaragoza-Oviedo 21:45.

– Monday 13.

Almería-Rayo Vallecano 19:30.

Sporting-Málaga 19:30.

Alcorcón-Tenerife 21:45.

Elche-Albacete 21:45.

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