The Canary team completes the comeback with a goal in ’97 to sink the Galician team.
Painful victory for UD Las Palmas, who did not give up and believed in a comeback until the last minute, where they secured the victory thanks to a goal from Marc Cardona. The Catalan forward, the key player in scoring the two goals for the Canary Islands team, was one of those responsible for changing the game, along with the arrival of the ever-relevant Jonathan Viera. And the Canarian team did not promise them happy after the goal of Anastasios Douvikas, and with the feeling that Celta put the Vigo in danger in every piece in the area of Álvaro Vallés, with chances, especially in the shoes of Jorgen Strand Larsen, to highlight a before and after in the balance of the match.
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In football, however, anything can happen up to the referee’s whistle, and that’s how I view both García Pimienta and his team. The coach made the necessary changes to the playing field to revitalize his team and gain depth, also playing with the reduced physical aspect of a Celta de Vigo that was weighed down by minutes and succumbed in the final stretch the push offensive of the local population. First came the draw, in a penalty created by Marc Cardona, which Carl Startfelt committed by bringing down the footballer and which Jonathan Viera fired into the net from the penalty spot. And it was precisely the yellow ’21’ that would give that chance back to the Catalan striker, who would provide the assist to Cardona’s final shot that caused the frenzy in the stands.
Victory for UD Las Palmas who achieved the second victory of the season with that goal in the 97th minute, second at home and in a row in their fief, leaving the relegation places and introducing in their place a Celta de Vigo that aggravates its situation and the support of Rafa Benítez on the bench as he was only able to maintain his lead on the scoreboard when he finally succumbed to the Canarian pressure.
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90′ + 7′Gooooooooool from Marc Cardona! LAS PALMAS 2-1 Celta de Vigo. Madness breaks out in the Gran Canaria Stadium! The local team wanted it, they did well to cement the comeback and the goal came from the Catalan striker. Ball in the area for Jonathan Viera, who leaves the ball for the attacker who controls and defines with a cross shot against Iván Villar.
84′Goooooooooool by Jonathan Viera! LAS PALMAS 1-1 Celta de Vigo. The Canary team equalizes from eleven meters! The yellow wizard who hit the light blue goalkeeper through Iván Villar’s right post did not miss, who guessed the footballer’s attention but could not save the goal.
81′PUNISHMENT IN FAVOR OF UD LAS PALMAS!! He gets the chance to level the match from set pieces. Marc Cardona crossed from the right zone of the attack that ended when Carl Starfelt brought down Marc Cardona in the area with his entry from behind.
67′Goooooooooool from Anastasios Douvikas! Las Palmas 0-1 CELTA DE VIGO. The light blue team punishes on the counter! UD Las Palmas had just had it and took advantage of the light blue team to quickly counterattack with the help of Jonathan Bamba who drove to the rival field before filtering the pass for the Greek striker, who planned perfectly against Álvaro Vallés to get to yours.
This first half at the Gran Canaria Stadium ends in a draw, the sign of which could have changed without the intervention of the VAR. Although UD Las Palmas had the ball and control for most of the first half, it was difficult for them to create the same danger as the visiting team, who became active as the minutes passed and had almost half an hour of playing time, two good chances to score a goal before the action of the controversy. And Eduardo Prieto Iglesias needed the presence of Alberola Rojas on the monitor so that he could nullify Jorgen Strand Larsen’s score, in an action in which neither of the two protagonists of the goal committed a foul, but Anastasios Douvikas would do so on a Mika Mármol who would do damage with his grip in the struggle to reach the throw and compete with the Norwegian striker. A controversy that so far maintains the result at half time.
36′GOOOOL…. CANCELED TO CELTO DE VIGO! VAR intervened to remove the heavenly goal from the scoreboard! Diagonally by Óscar Mingueza in front who filters the pass for Jorgen Strand Larsen, with a backline that stood still waiting for an offside that was not there and which the attacker took advantage of to cut back Álvaro Vallés and put it in the net . However, in the previous action, Anastasios Douvikas committed a foul on Mika Mármol, and this is why Eduardo Prieto Iglesias called Javier Arberola Rolas, who after watching the action eventually canceled it.
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