El Alcoyano slowly recovering a spot he knew (2-2)

Alcoyano and Andorra engaged in a power-to-power duel in search of victory. Both needed three points, one to consolidate in first position and make a direct leap in the category, and the other to stay in the promotion promotion zone. And that stood out in the intensity and sometimes harshness that the match offered.

The equality seen in almost the entire match was also reflected in the 2-2 draw shown on the scoreboard at the end of the match, where the most exciting moments were experienced in the last minutes, when each team scored a goal.

Andorra started out strong, realizing that a victory could push them to rely on themselves to rise as group champions. The speed and dominance displayed by the tricolor team in the first minutes of the match surprised Alcoyano, who couldn’t help but find himself on the scoreboard when the stopwatch showed only 10 minutes. Carlos Martínez picked up a dead ball on the field and was unforgiving. To set up 0-1.

This goal also aroused Vicente Parras’ team, who needed a victory to stay safe from their promotion playoff positions. From then on, the game got heated and tough as a result of both teams needing to score points.

The high pressure that Alcoyano began to apply paid off after 40 minutes. The ball went loose after Toni Abad’s shot against the post and Mourad put the ball in the goal, raising the tie to the scoreboard.

Equality is not only reflected in electronics. Also in the game of both teams on the field. The field was alternate and the game was open with possibilities for both teams. The Parrass tried to inflict damage via flanking centers, but Andorra defended themselves well in these actions.

After the break, the locals had the opportunity to take the lead with a nice cross from Andy who couldn’t get in after a few headers. Murad also tried his shot from outside the area to the right of the goal.

The game was increasingly locked and it became harder to break the tie. His chances to score were starting to dwindle when the Six were emotional in the 83rd minute with a shot that José Juan had to save two halves.

It was the beginning of what happened next. The match came alive and the chances and goals were back. In the 89th minute, Riverola snatched the ball from the local defense and provided an assist on the pitch, so Rubén Enri had a fantastic lift to make the score 1-2 before José Luan left.

The referee added six minutes and Alcoyano knew how to use those minutes. In the 92nd minute, Juanan tied the match in two after a corner kick, and Parras’ men perilously scoured the opponent’s territory in search of a victory that did not come until the referee signaled the end of the game.

With two draws, Alcoyano is two points behind the promotion playoffs with two days left to finish, five days if Atletico Baleares wins this Sunday.

Alcoyano and Andorra engaged in a power-to-power duel in search of victory. Both needed three points, one to consolidate in first position and make a direct leap in the category, and the other to stay in the promotion promotion zone. And that stood out in the intensity and sometimes harshness that the match offered.

The equality seen in almost the entire match was also reflected in the 2-2 draw shown on the scoreboard at the end of the match, where the most exciting moments were experienced in the last minutes, when each team scored a goal.

Andorra started out strong, realizing that a victory could push them to rely on themselves to rise as group champions. The speed and dominance displayed by the tricolor team in the first minutes of the match surprised Alcoyano, who couldn’t help but find himself on the scoreboard when the stopwatch showed only 10 minutes. Carlos Martínez picked up a dead ball on the field and was unforgiving. To set up 0-1.

This goal also aroused Vicente Parras’ team, who needed a victory to stay safe from their promotion playoff positions. From then on, the game got heated and tough as a result of both teams needing to score points.

The high pressure that Alcoyano began to apply paid off after 40 minutes. The ball went loose after Toni Abad’s shot against the post and Mourad put the ball in the goal, raising the tie to the scoreboard.

Equality is not only reflected in electronics. Also in the game of both teams on the field. The field was alternate and the game was open with possibilities for both teams. The Parrass tried to inflict damage via flanking centers, but Andorra defended themselves well in these actions.

After the break, the locals had the opportunity to take the lead with a nice cross from Andy who couldn’t get in after a few headers. Murad also tried his shot from outside the area to the right of the goal.

The game was increasingly locked and it became harder to break the tie. His chances to score were starting to dwindle when the Six were emotional in the 83rd minute with a shot that José Juan had to save two halves.

It was the beginning of what happened next. The match came alive and the chances and goals were back. In the 89th minute, Riverola snatched the ball from the local defense and provided an assist on the pitch, so Rubén Enri had a fantastic lift to make the score 1-2 before José Luan left.

The referee added six minutes and Alcoyano knew how to use those minutes. In the 92nd minute, Juanan tied the match in two after a corner kick, and Parras’ men perilously scoured the opponent’s territory in search of a victory that did not come until the referee signaled the end of the game.

With two draws, Alcoyano is two points behind the promotion playoffs with two days left to finish, five days if Atletico Baleares wins this Sunday.

Source: Informacion

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