The Valencian striker scores a ick hattrick ’in his team’s victory (3-1) against Granada. Madrid and Tarragona tie (2-2) and Seville thrashes Chamartín (4-0).
Jesús Ortiz / dxtadaptado.com
After securing the title of champion in the previous day, Alicante Timpers has returned to win and continues undefeated with 11 wins after beating Granada 3-1. Madrid and Tarragona did not pass the tie (2-2) and Seville added their second victory of the season after thrashing Chamartín (4-0).
ALICANTE TIMPERS 3-1 GRANADA
Alicante Timpers continues to celebrate the second league title that it conquered a few weeks ago and has signed another victory, the eleventh, to remain undefeated. After the hallway to the champion, Aitor Carratalá’s team defeated a Granada that held him firmly during the first part. Alicante had control of the ball and put the chances, but the Andalusian team was solid defensively and the marker did not move until after the break. Sergio Alamar opened the can as soon as he started with a shot at the penalty spot. The Valencian striker made it 2-0 after taking his particular ‘lambretta’ out of the hat and overtaking the goalkeeper. Granada shortened distances through Moisés González, who took advantage of an oversight of the Alicante rear to stand in front of the goalkeeper and score. But Alamar sentenced soon after with another individual play in which he got rid of several rivals and with a powerful shot completed his ‘hattrick’ to establish himself as a top scorer in the League.
Alicante: Cristian Andújar (PT), Sergio Alamar, Pedro Moreno, Fran Segura, Iván López, Alejandro Martínez, Diego Solís and Rafa Pérez (PT). Coach: Aitor Carratalá. Pomegranate: Fran Soto (PT), Alberto Morillas, Moisés González, Emilio Sánchez, Jaime Catena, Antonio Moles, Antonio Calleja and David Martínez (PT). Coach: Imanol Cortés.
TARRAGONA 2-2 SANTA GADEA MADRID
Duel of ‘gunmen’ in which José López and Vicente Aguilar ‘Chapi’ starred in the match between Tarragona and Madrid. Both players achieved a double in an equalized first half, intense, electric and with round trip in both goals. The Catalan team went ahead after six minutes thanks to the classic play of José López, grabbed the ball on the right fence and after making a goal, he struck with his left foot down that surprised the goalkeeper. Madrid stretched and looked hard for a tie that came four minutes later thanks to a counterattack by Vicente Aguilar ‘Chapi’ after cutting a ball in his field, driving in speed and delivering a hard shot from eight meters. Tarragona struck again through José López, who after zigzagging crossed the ball to the goalkeeper’s long post. And with six seconds to go until the break, ‘Chapi’ made the final 2-2 with a shot from inside the box. In the second half José López touched the third, but Miguel Becerra’s stick and gloves prevented him. Madrid also had some opportunities, but the leathery and dense Catalan defense frustrated their attacks. A point that is worth gold for Tarragona since he would have to lose with Chamartín 0-3 on the last day to not be in the Spanish championship.
Madrid: Miguel Becerra (PT), José Rodríguez, Víctor Acebedo, Vicente Aguilar ‘Chapi’ and Nacho Sánchez. Coach: Miguel Ángel Becerra. Tarragona: Toni Barrocal (PT), Guille Fernández, Pablo Cantero, José López, Asier Moreno, Mamadou Fayé and Víctor Sánchez. Coach: David Vallecillos.
SEVILLA 4-0 E. PHYSIOTHERAPY CHAMARTÍN
At Easter Julio Sánchez and Robert Echevarría signed a good competition with the Spanish sub-23 team in the Silvi Marina International Tournament (Italy) and have stretched their good moment to give victory to Seville in their penultimate match of the season. Between the two footballers they trailed behind Chamartín, who in the absence of a day will finish the League as bottom. Julio Sánchez opened the scoring with a right hand from nine meters and Robert made it 2-0 after receiving a pass from José Pozo. Julio sentenced the match with another powerful shot from above seven meters and closed the scoring shortly after sending the ball to the squad.
Seville: Dani Barrenechea (PT), José Manuel Abreu, Pedro Soriano, Robert Echevarría, Julio Sánchez, José Pozo and José Enrique Gijón (PT). Coach: Jorge Prieto. Chamartín: Jorge Hidalgo (PT), Lluís Oltra, Manuel Jesús Conde, David González, Alejandro de Miguel, Néstor Rodríguez, Antonio Pereña and César Sacristán (PT). Coach: Ángel Roldán.
|SERGIO ALAMAR (Alicante)||29|
|ANTONIO MARTÍN ‘NIÑO’ (Málaga)||25|
|ADOLFO ACOSTA (Madrid)||19|
|MARCELO ROSADO (Málaga)||12|
|JULIO SÁNCHEZ (Seville)||eleven|
|JOSÉ LÓPEZ (Tarragona)||10|
|EMILIO SÁNCHEZ (Granada)||9|
|MIKI SÁNCHEZ (Madrid)||9|
|VICENTE AGUILAR ‘CHAPI’ (Madrid)||9|
|YOUSSEF EL HADDAOUI (Tarragona)||8|
|ROBERT ECHEVARRÍA (Seville)||3|
|JOSÉ RODRÍGUEZ (Madrid)||3|
|IVÁN LÓPEZ (Alicante)||3|
|MOISÉS GONZÁLEZ (Granada)||3|
|FRAN SEGURA (Alicante)||2|
|VÍCTOR ACEBEDO (Madrid)||2|
|JAVI MUÑOZ (Tarragona)||2|
|LLUÍS OLTRA (Chamartín)||2|
|ANTONIO PEREÑA (Chamartín)||one|
|MANUEL JESÚS CONDE (Chamartín)||one|
|JULI GÓMEZ (Alicante)||one|
|PEDRO MORENO (Alicante)||one|
|ASIER MORENO (Tarragona)||one|
|ÁLEX MARTÍNEZ (Alicante)||one|
|JAIME CATENA (Granada)||one|
|ALFREDO CUADRADO (Málaga)||one|
|CARMELO GARRIDO (Málaga)||one|
|KOKE DOMÍNGUEZ (Málaga)||one|
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