Three goals in the second half, the first two goals where the team was better Valenciagave the victory a Betis Who ran the match better? and he knew how to neutralize his opponent in the second period to close. an undeniable victory And that Approved in Europe after a devastating end.

After an unexpected first half for both teams, Valencia recovered after the hiatus, however, Willian José’s goal came in an isolated move, after which the players of the local team insisted on their attacking football and although Betic was besieging the goal, there was no clarity in any of their offensive moves.

The last minutes passed with local pressure. Canales closed the game with a counter attack before came in the next game, the work of Borja Iglesias.

The first episode was of very low quality: without rhythm, without intensity and without chances of scoringIt may be a predictable thing to happen in a Valencia where nothing is at stake, but it’s not Betis who has a chance of fourth place and must be careful not to lose the current fifth place above all else.

Valencia surprised by the lack of practice, with endless turnovers in advantageous situations, especially in the middle of the pitch, unusual for this team, with no subtleties in the game, always dedicated and a fighter throughout the championship.

As for Betis, although he has a little more ball control in midfield, they were not seen as a team that needed points and sometimes it felt like he was content to run the game while waiting for an option against a seemingly harmless team.

Therefore, both teams had no option against a goal, except for a direct free kick that Canales sent into Mamardshivili’s hand after half an hour of play.

With this scenario, the play did not more than reach its halfway point with nothing to entertain the audience, expecting the second half to give something more of itself.

It changed the meeting little in the early stages of the reboot, but Valencia was a little fresher than before, with young Yellu joining Racic. without that implying a diametrical change in the match.

However, Betis’ first guess resulted in a goal after a good offensive combination. dissolved Willian José (m.57). Betis seized the first opportunity to gain an advantage.

Valencia were more offensive after goal and coach. Jose Bordalas, He sought offensive power in the presence of Guedes and Maxi Gómez and four defenses.

Despite the counter goal, the team presented a different image from the first 45 minutes, but Betis defended himself with great order and encrypted the possibility of closing the fight with shots. for a second.

Valencia wanted and couldn’t, even though their players had more mobility and the team was sharper against a Betis who seemed enough to focus on stopping the arrival of local football players.

As the minutes passed, Manuel Pellegrini’s team was increasingly trapped in their own area, but José Bordalás Valencia’s team failed to see the door and counterattacked. Canales closed the game with a good left foot. Borja Iglesias still had time to turn the victory into a landslide.

Data sheet:

0 – Valencia: Mamardashvili, Thierry Correia (Maxi Gómez, m.63), Foulquier, Diakhaby, Alderete, Jesús Vázquez, Ilaix, Racic (Yellu, m.46), Carlos Soler (Msuah, m.88), Hugo Duro (Cheryshev, m. 88) and Bryan Gil (Guedes, m.63)

3 – Betis: Rui Silva, Sabaly, Bartra, Pezzella (Edagr, m.80), Álex Moreno (Miranda, m.72), Guido Rodríguez, Willian Carvalho, Fekir (Joaquín, m.72), Canales, Rodri (Juanmi, m.63) ) and Willian José (Borja Iglesias, art.80)

Goals: 0-1, art.57: Willian José. 0-2, m.87: Channels. 0-3, art.89: Borja Iglesias.

Judge: From Cerro Grande (Madrid committee). He advised Alderete (m.32) and Canales (m.45) for Valencia and Bartra (m.83) for Betis.

Events: The 36th matchday of the Santander League was played at Mestalla.